A new web camera operated by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources offers a fascinating look into a peregrine falcons nest more than 50 stories high in downtown Atlanta.
Finding a job can be tough to do, but the Help Desk is here to help! There are many job fairs coming up that we think you should know about.
Hurricane season starts June 1, and the list alternates between boy and girl names.
If you're shaking your head with questions about genetics testing, the Help Desk has the information you need. The BRCA gene is the defining factor in the breast cancer gene screening.
Mother's Day is just days away and the 11Alive Help Desk has selected top spots around Atlanta offering special deals just for Mom.
30.6% of Georgia teens are unemployed. And the 11Alive Help Desk has some tips for teens on the hunt for summer employment.
State of Georgia school officials have released a full list of grades for each school's performance across the state. See how your school ranks.
With rainy weather scheduled for the weekend, 11Alive Help Desk has tracked down some rain-or-shine events for you and your family.
The rainy weekend weather probably won't discourage people back from celebrating Cinco de Mayo and the Help Desk wants to get the home safely.
Several movies are being filmed around the Atlanta area. You can be a part of this exciting opportunity by being an extra.
Get ready to smile. Earlier this month, a ten-year-old girl who suffers from colon disability received a beautiful gift.
A 400,000-square-foot movie studio is planned for space along Jimmy Carter Boulevard and Interstate 85 in Gwinnett County.
A former employee of the Woodruff Arts Center in Atlanta has pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $1 million.
This week kicks off Bargainata, a huge sale of gently used adult clothing, housewares and more from the National Council of Jewish Women
Celebrate the warm weekend weather by going to these free, outdoor festivals.
Here are the restaurant, airline, hotel and rental car companies most frequently expensed by North American business travelers.
If you want to help Boston's bombing victims there are some easy ways to do so, including some free ones.