DeKalb headlines, school news, photos and video
The churches that the Rev. Perry Ginn pastored were welcoming with a capital W. That was an essential element of his being.
A hearing into their lawsuit was held Friday, but members of a DeKalb County grand jury are no closer to their goal of getting a judge to release the findings of their investigation into corruption involving county water and sewer contracts.
At least 16 DeKalb County police officers have landed in handcuffs in the past 18 months, an embarrassing record that has eroded public trust in the force.
After ruling in favor of a fellow judge, DeKalb County Superior Court Judge Daniel Coursey on Friday withdrew from presiding over a lawsuit brought by members of a special purpose grand jury.
The school accreditation agency that placed DeKalb County on probation last year has returned for a review of the school district in preparation for a May 31 report.
Can religion be a double-edged sword? Atlanta author Jeffrey Small delves into the debate between science and religion in his second novel, “The Jericho Deception,” a thriller about a scientist who creates a God machine that can bring about religious ecstasy and madness.
There’s no shortage of outdoor events around metro Atlanta this weekend, from Braves games, concerts in Centennial Olympic Park and a big street festival along Peachtree to the ubiquitous weekend road construction projects, but Mother Nature might have other plans.
Andrew Huggins said he will replace his Honda Element before he pays another $1,300 to replace a stolen catalytic converter.
Dan Whitner never tired of playing the drums. From his earliest days beating on pots and pans in his grandmother’s kitchen to playing Atlanta jazz clubs until his death, Whitner couldn’t resist setting the tempo for his life.
A 63-year-old Atlanta woman remained hospitalized Wednesday night with a bullet lodged in her cheek.
The lanes are designed to offer choice and efficiency for metro drivers, but the AJC reports they could also confuse drivers and cause accidents.
Today's Go Guide takes you to the home fields for the Gwinnett Braves, Rome Braves and Chattanooga Lookouts -- and offers ideas on how to enjoy them.
Sports columnist Jeff Schultz admits that it's still early, but he points to some hiccups for the home team.
Updated every Friday, Mark Arum tells us where we can find construction, events and anything else to slow us down on the roads this weekend.
After a rough week in Washington, President Barack Obama came to rainy Atlanta on Sunday to be with a friendlier crowd, becoming the first sitting president to give the commencement address at Morehouse College.