ATLANTA -- Here are the top local and national stories that will keep you in the know for Tuesday, July 16. Start your day being informed on today's news.
You wouldn't think a giant ferris wheel would sneak up on people, but it seems to have surprised a lot of people downtown.
Two people were shot early Tuesday morning outside the Magic City nightclub in downtown Atlanta.
The "sales tax" holiday falls after some students started class. Find out why.
Georgia's water needs will double to about 5 billion gallons a day by 2020, according to new data from engineering firm Burns & McDonnell-Southeast.
Cherokee County Sheriff's deputies have been searching for a missing woman since 9:30 p.m. Monday.
Hundreds of demonstrators are gathered outside the CNN Center in protest of George Zimmerman's recent acquittal in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
A special three-person panel made a unanimous recommendation Monday that DeKalb County CEO Burrell Ellis be suspended from office.
He is Georgia-born, Georgia-raised, and a Georgia resident. Now Otha Thornton has taken one of the most pivotal posts in American education.
The zoo's pregnant giant panda, Lun Lun, gave birth to twins Monday.
Could it be? Yes - Tuesday looks to be partly cloudy and warm.
Lifetime's "Catering Wars Atlanta" is set to premiere Tuesday at 10 p.m. The show follows four Atlanta catering companies.