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In August, five people died on metro Atlanta freeways in wrong way crashes. More than 100 people have died in Georgia in the past five years. 11Alive reached out to communities across the country to see if any of them had tackled the problem successfully. Our search sent us to Houston.
Just last month Henry's parents took him to the hospital for trembling and fatigue. Doctors discovered a massive brain tumor and say this will likely be his last holiday season. Send messages of encouragement inside.
He has been held prisoner by his body. An extraorindary local teen makes a choice that could set him free.
Imagine being seriously injured or perhaps even killed by someone driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Now, imagine the driver only being charged with a misdemeanor. It happens more than you think.
For many, she represented the best of an Atlanta institution. After 39 years waiting tables, a goodbye for Mary Mac waitress Flo Patrick.
What began as a one year follow up story on a boy fighting a brain tumor changed into something else once the camera was rolling.
Stories, blogs, video and pictures from the annual AJC Peachtree Road Race.
Jaye Watson goes against the wind in Ringgold
11Alive's investigation into your luggage being stolen from Atlanta's Hartsfield Jackson International Airport.
11Alive is taking a stand to improve the parking problems in Atlanta.
Valerie Hoff finds the best deals and ways to save on your purchases.
A look at our local paralympians.
Remembering Atlanta Police Officer Gail Thomas was memorialized and laid to rest on Monday.
11Alive News has learned that two metro Atlanta men who recently pled guilty to federal drug trafficking charges have been operating a Sandy Springs facility for recovering addicts for several years.
You likely have never heard of the 15 year old you're about to meet, but you'll remember his story.
Emergency personnel rescued people in communities across the Gulf Coast Wednesday as Tropical Storm Isaac continued its slow march across Louisiana, bringing high winds and heavy rains to the area.