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Melissa Carter is a mother

Radio host welcomes baby

Atlanta radio host Melissa Carter became a mother Wednesday afternoon. | Photos: 2014 celebrity babies, bumps, pregnancies

Claudia Jordan

New season of 'RHOA'

Take a peek at the seventh season of "Real Housewives of Atlanta," set to return on Nov. 9. | NeNe in for Joan? | Kenya's natural hair

Steak Shapiro

Food Truck Face Off

Steak Shapiro is a judge on the show premiering Thursday. | LeBron James-produced 'Survivor's Remorse' debuts Saturday

Andre 3000

'Hey Ya!' guy forever?

Andre 3000 says he's worried he'll be relegated to his biggest hit, experiencing "self-doubt." | Complete Outkast #ATLast coverage

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Weekend best bets

"Atlanta Eats Live!" this weekend, and the city's renown haunted houses open again. | Visit Shake Shack | Chastain Park party

SPORTS

TRAVEL

A weekend in … Glenwood Springs, Colo.

A weekend in … Glenwood Springs, Colo.

Weekend in Glenwood Springs, Colo., one of three ways: on a budget, spending a bit more, or when the getaway calls for a splurge.

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NATION & WORLD

Secret Service chief quits due to security lapses

Secret Service Director Julia Pierson abruptly resigned Wednesday in the face of multiple revelations of security breaches, bumbling in her agency and rapidly eroding confidence that the president and his family were being kept safe.

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BUSINESS

KEOUGH

Notre Dame to name first school in a century after ex-Coke exec Keough

The University of Notre Dame announced Wednesday it is establishing its first college or school in nearly a century and naming it for Donald Keough, former president and chief operating officer of Atlanta-based Coca-Cola Co.

HEALTH

Senior Connections sponsors health screening in Atlanta

Want to know your health profile?Senior Connections has organized Sickness Prevention Achieved through Regional Collaboration events, which provide screenings and preventive health services to older DeKalb County residents.

GA & ATLANTA

Best in Class for Oct. 3

Chris Cannon of McIntosh High School in Fayette County has been named an outstanding educator by the Georgia Council for the Social Studies.

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Atlanta Sports

Mark Bradley

Mark Bradley

Mark Bradley is a sports columnist and blogger for the AJC

Jeff Schultz

Jeff Schultz

Jeff Schultz is a sports columnist and blogger for the AJC

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Michael Carvell on recruiting

College recruiting news, recruits, top high school players

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Chip Towers on UGA

Georgia Bulldog blog on football, basketball, more sports

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Ken Sugiura on Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets sports blog from The AJC

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Georgia High School Sports

The Prep Zone blog covers high school sports in Atlanta and Georgia

News and Topics

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News to Me / George Mathis

An informative look at interesting news breaking on the Internet.

Business beat blog

Business beat

Atlanta, GA and US business news and how it affects you

Things to Do, Celebrities

Rodney Ho / Radio & TV Talk blog

Radio & TV Talk / Rodney Ho

From Atlanta’s stations to the hottest “American Idol" news.

The Buzz / Jennifer Brett

The Buzz / Jennifer Brett

Atlanta buzz about people, social life and celebrities

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Atlanta Shopping / Nedra Rhone

Find metro Atlanta deals and bargains to save you money

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Atlanta Restaurant Scene / John Kessler

Best Atlanta restaurants, new places to try, recipes, Atlanta chefs and food

AJC Parenting

AJC Parenting

Raising healthy children without going insane, one blog post at a time.

Opinion

Mike Luckovich

Mike Luckovich

Today's editorial cartoon from the AJC's Pulitzer Prize winner

Jay Bookman

Jay Bookman

Opinion and commentary from the left