ATLANTA --Top local and national stories that will make news through the day on Monday, July 8. It's everything you need to know to start your day informed in Metro Atlanta.
East Point Police officer Cpl. Crystal A. Parker was found dead in her south Fulton County home Sunday evening.
2. 10 killed on Ga. roads over the weekend
Ten people died in traffic accidents during the Fourth of July travel period, the Georgia State Patrol announced Monday.
"Everybody had stopped working and was just looking towards the crash," Sandy Carter told 11Alive News just after she got off of her red-eye flight from San Francisco.
NTSB officials began work at San Francisco International Airport after Saturday's crash of an Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 jet on a runway. Sunday, officials released images from inside the aircraft.
Millie Ann Henderson was last seen Sunday evening at a home on Bent Creek Way near Campbellton Road.
The journey to grow roots in Blue Ridge started generations ago for Mark and Janice Jernigan.
Authorities say an air taxi crashed late Sunday morning at the Soldotna Airport in Alaska, killing all 10 people on board.
Former Atlanta Braves third baseman Chipper Jones is not happy with umpire Angel Hernandez and is encouraging fans via his Twitter account to join him in refusing to watch games worked by Hernandez.
Police officers from the DeKalb Police Department were called to a home where a man had been shot early Monday morning.
A few websites can help consumers save money over the summer by offering cash back for purchases.
Today: Cloudy skies. Showers and thunderstorms. High: 85