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Strip clubs, liquor stores, and casinos - these are just some of the places where we found money meant for needy kids was being spent.
The House unanimously passed a bill to change the way a child's death is investigated and how much information about their life and DFCS involvement in it, can be released to the public. It is now in the hands of the Senate. Here's your chance to tell them what you think.
Thousands of people who received speeding tickets in McDonough over the last 10 years could be in for a refund.
The Supreme Court could determine once and for all whether a friendly poker game at your house is illegal gambling or not.
There are families throughout Georgia that have no idea what they'll eat tomorrow. Not just because they're poor, but because the state program set up to help them isn't working and hasn't for months.
Our Center for Investigative Action examined all health inspection scores in metro Atlanta from 2013 to come up with a list of the 50 restaurants that had the lowest scores.
A viewer tipped us off about concerns over the EBT cards being used to buy Valentine's Day gifts at Kroger.
The state says children are safer now than ever, but 11Alive's investigative reporter Rebecca Lindstrom found a weakness in our state daycare licensing system, that allows serious safety violations to go unnoticed.
Our Center for Investigative Action reveals something that is perfectly legal, but might take consumers by surprise when buying chicken.
Everyone is picking up the pieces and their cars. Tow yards were hopping on Friday with motorists looking to pick up abandoned cars during the storm but there is some confusion about who's picking up the tab.
It was one year ago when our Center for Investigative Action held Delta airlines accountable over stolen luggage at Hartsfield -Jackson Airport and now a passenger is holding them accountable over the way they handled her bags on a recent flight.
Anna Benson reveals details behind her aggravated assault charges for threatening her husband, former Met's pitcher Kris Benson.
For 28 years U.S. PIRG has been testing toys to help keep your kids safe and has just released this year's report.
An Atlanta family is fighting back over alleged bullying that they say nearly killed their son.
Bank statements and Social Security cards are among the documents left on DDS computers for the world to see.
The Georgia Division of Family and Children Services system is broken. Time and time again, children are reported in danger and the system can't help.
The FDA is working on rules that would require many restaurants to provide nutritional information to their customers. But many restaurants eager to meet the needs and curiosities of their customers have already started to post the data online. 11Alive wanted to know: is the information accurate?
If your pet disappears or you give it to someone to give it a better home, you might want to go online. You could be surprised to find it for sale.
You'll want to read this story. Your security could depend on it. The popular iPhone has won praise over its resistance to hackers but Georgia Tech researchers have revealed you can still be vulnerable.
Money's tight, times are tough and people all over are looking for ways to save money but are local Congressmen doing everything they can to pinch pennies on their district offices.