Metro Atlanta baby boomer writing a book about more senior citizens choosing to violate zoning ordinances for companionship and cost savings
Metro Atlanta's unemployment rate decreased to 7.0 percent in November, down seven-tenths of a percentage point from 7.7 percent in October.
Some 1.3 million Americans are set to lose their unemployment benefits Saturday.
After a strong start to the holiday shopping season, sales have fallen for the third consecutive week as Americans continue to hold back on spending during what is traditionally the busiest buying period of the year.
Call it a holiday truce.
Georgia's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate decreased to 7.7 percent in November, its lowest point since November 2008, when it was 7.6 percent.
The Federal Reserve says it will reduce its $85 billion a month in bond purchases by $10 billion starting in January, citing a stronger U.S. job market. And it says it will take further steps to reduce the pace of the purchases next year if that improvement continues.
Sparse crowds at malls and "50 percent off" signs at The Gap, AnnTaylor and other stores give a clue as to how the holiday season is going.
Congress has sent President Barack Obama bipartisan legislation scaling back across-the-board spending cuts on programs ranging from the Pentagon to the national park system.
Tea Party activists want a judge to slow down the deal for a new Atlanta Braves stadium backed by $300-million worth of Cobb County tax dollars.
The number of U.S. homes entering the path to foreclosure or winding up repossessed by lenders has fallen to levels not see in more than six years.
A majority of business economists believe the Federal Reserve will begin to pull back on its massive economic stimulus program early next year, according to a recent survey.
Facing an $80-mil. deficit, Cobb County schools question tax deal for new development that supporters say will pay off big in the long run
So often, many of us in newsrooms become seduced by storyline instead of substance.
It's not just a T-shirt bearing the colors and script and tomahawk logo of the Atlanta Braves. The shirt, produced by a husband and wife Atlanta-based marketing company, is a very subtle spoof that starts with two transposed letters.
In August, five people died on metro Atlanta freeways in wrong way crashes. More than 100 people have died in Georgia in the past five years. 11Alive reached out to communities across the country to see if any of them had tackled the problem successfully. Our search sent us to Houston.
Do you have critter problems?
This is the story about some terrific people who braved it all, that stormy afternoon and night of the snowjam last week, to get their new, best friend to the vet.
11Alive's Center for Investigative Action wants to warn you about a potential hazard in your kitchen. It has taken some of our viewers by surprise and has even caused some injuries.
What would you do if your child all of a sudden stopped breathing? It's a frightening scenario that one Marietta mother found herself in just last week.
Melissa King, Miss Delaware Teen USA, resigned her crown after
facing questions about an online sex video that claims to star her.
An Atlanta man is accused of knowingly spreading HIV to two women by
sleeping with them without telling them he was HIV positive.
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