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A recent survey shows drivers in the South have a need for speed and we were able to prove it's true.
A federal grand jury has indicted State Rep. Tyrone Brooks (D-Atlanta) on charges that he misappropriated nearly $1 million in charitable funds from Universal Humanities and the Georgia Association of Black Elected Officials.
11 Alive asks for answers on why the City of Douglasville has not relocated a guardrail six weeks after they settled a lawsuit claiming it contributed to a woman's death.
We drove through some nice neighborhoods and saw dozens of well maintained homes, all owned by the Salvation Army. These homes weren't for the needy or the homeless, they were purchased to house Salvation Army officers and are considered parsonages.
"I'm mad as hell," Jerry Goodwin exclaimed, standing on his back deck, "They said it'd cost about 100 bucks."
11Alive's Center for Investigative Action wants to warn you about a potential hazard in your kitchen. It has taken some of our viewers by surprise and has even caused some injuries.
A man jumped on the hood of a car that hit his, and held on as the suspect drove away.
Holly Cobb of McDonough has a warning for anyone thinking about hiring a limo for prom night or for any other occasion.
In January we received a tip from someone, who wants to remain anonymous, to look into Shane Ladner's claims that he had received a Purple Heart.
When we saw an online ad for 'ammo and tactical' being sold in Atlanta, our radar went up.
The Associated Press Twitter account was suspended Tuesday afternoon after a bogus Tweet went out claiming two explosions at the White House, resulting in injuries to President Barack Obama.
The McDonald's customer says the officer was angry the line was slow and he was having to wait for his food.
Metro Atlanta English language school administrators have been indicted on charges of helping students to obtain fraudulent visas to some who worked as prostitutes.
The picture that's emerging is one of a man tormented by problems and living a life in turmoil.
Is it pay back time for Atlanta Public School employees and administrators accused of cheating?
The Washington Guardian is reporting that the Postal Service missed out on millions of dollars worth of government business last year.
Both sides in the paternity suit between basketball legend Michael Jordan and Pamela Smith met in court on Tuesday.
An Atlanta woman filed a paternity suit on February 8 in Fulton County, claiming that basketball superstar Michael Jordan is the father of her 16-year-old son.
Two Forest Park Police Sergeants have appeared in federal court, charged conspiring to commit extortion and attempting to distribute cocaine.
Four former officials of the Peanut Corporation of America were named in a 76-count indictment Thursday on charges related to salmonella-tainted peanuts and peanut products.