TI Harris

Rapper T.I. Harris, center, is still protesting outside Houston’s restaurants in Atlanta. The 38-year-old music mogul claims the restaurant is discriminating against black people, but he hasn’t provided any evidence of actual incidents of racial discrimination.

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Martin Hvizda suspects

Atlanta police released a surveillance video in connection with a deadly carjacking in Southwest Atlanta around 7:30 p.m Saturday, Sept. 16.

Police are searching for 4 male suspects who shot and killed Marietta graffiti artist Martin “Tino” Hvizda, 31, then fled in his late model SUV.

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Fulton County officials sent a letter asking Live Nation to cancel troubled singer R. Kelly‘s upcoming concert at Wolf Creek Amphitheater later this month.

The request came from Fulton County Commissioners who asked the county attorney to send the letter to Live Nation on behalf of the #MuteRKelly campaign.

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Jon Ossoff

In yet another crushing blow to the Democratic party, Karen Handel won Georgia’s special election to become the first female House Republican from Georgia.

Handel easily defeated Democrat Jon Ossoff, whom the Democrats branded their “Trump-killer”. The Democrats turned a meaningless local election into a referendum on President Trump — only to suffer a stinging defeat.

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One person was killed and 4 others are in critical condition after a church bus carrying a church youth group overturned on busy Camp Creek highway in Atlanta on Thursday afternoon.

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Tip TI Harris

Rap mogul Tip “T.I.” Harris is questioning the quick arrests of three homeless people in connection with the Atlanta fire that brought down a section of highway in midtown.

T.I. says he is convinced the wrong man is behind bars for sparking the blaze that caused a 350 foot section of I-85 North overpass to collapse on Thursday, March 30.

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