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'Batman' among fall bounty for video game systems

6:26 AM, Mar 7, 2014

Just in time for Halloween, 'Batman' and other fall games serve as last big treats coming to older game systems.

Blind man survives track fall as LA train arrives

2:35 AM, Mar 7, 2014

Authorities in Los Angeles say it's "miraculous" that a blind man escaped uninjured after falling onto the tracks at a subway station as a train was arriving.

Six-month-old baby stars in workout video as instructor

12:37 AM, Mar 7, 2014

So long Richard Simmons. Fond as we are of the Jane Fonda workout, today we're doing the Lilly Ann workout. Even if Lilly Ann the instructor is only 6, going on 7 months.

In CPAC speech, Trump kills off Jimmy Carter

12:19 AM, Mar 7, 2014

In a speech at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, Donald Trump took jabs at Democrats over policy, took on President Barack Obama, and declared former president Jimmy Carter dead.

Gambler sues, says he lost $500,000 playing drunk

10:45 PM, Mar 6, 2014

A businessman who lost $500,000 on table games at a Las Vegas casino on Super Bowl weekend is arguing that he shouldn't have to pay because he was blackout drunk.

Female WestJet pilot slams flier's sexist napkin note

5:10 PM, Mar 6, 2014

A pilot for Canadian carrier WestJet is in the news today after she posted and then responded to a sexist note left for her by a passenger on one of her flights.

Pope Francis steals priest's cross from casket

12:25 PM, Mar 6, 2014

Pope Francis has made a confession, and it's a doozy. He stole another priest's rosary cross right from his casket.

Did Vladimir Putin meet Ronald Reagan in 1988?

8:21 PM, Mar 5, 2014

A photo making the rounds in newspapers and on blogs this week shows President Ronald Reagan during a 1988 visit to Red Square in Moscow. But the most interesting part of the image is a tourist on the left of the frame with a camera.

Teen who sued parents for college funds denied

5:56 PM, Mar 5, 2014

A judge denied an 18-year-old's preliminary requests Tuesday for weekly child support and access to a college fund after the high school senior sued her parents.

10-year-old suspended for making fingers into shape of gun

5:32 PM, Mar 5, 2014

Ten-year-old Nathan Entingh doesn't understand why he got suspended from school for three days.

Roswell police help free deer from gate

5:13 PM, Mar 5, 2014

Roswell police officers helped free a deer that got stuck in the metal gate of a home on Wednesday.

Drone video shows mysterious dolphin stampede

4:28 PM, Mar 5, 2014

Drone video over Southern California caught a massive pod of stampeding dolphins. The man behind the amazing video said, "When I saw it, I was moved to tears."

TELLING THE STORY: Emily Bowman's emotional homecoming

So often, many of us in newsrooms become seduced by storyline instead of substance.

7:44 AM, Jul 3, 2013

Police: Fla. teen accidentally shoots off his penis and testicle

A teenager is recovering after police say he shot himself in the penis and testicle while cleaning a gun he just bought.

11:15 AM, Sep 12, 2012

Kids Use CPR to save 12 week old baby

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.

5:55 PM, Mar 14, 2013

Joe's Crab Shack Ragin' Cajun Steampot Recipe

Are you in a seafood mood?

8:05 AM, Mar 26, 2011

Atlanta's 2014 winter weather storm leaves thousands stranded

Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed was on "TODAY" Thursday to respond to allegations that the state failed to prepare for the winter storm that slammed north Georgia and left countless people stranded.

3:09 PM, Jan 30, 2014

Local student killed in shooting at Tuskegee University

Police are continuing to search for suspects in the deadly shooting of a Tuskegee University student gunned down at a block party over the weekend.

10:50 PM, Sep 30, 2013

Dale Earnhardt Jr. wins rain-delayed Daytona 500

Dale Earnhardt Jr. won the Daytona 500, ending a 57-race winless streak in the Sprint Cup Series and becoming an instant championship contender in NASCAR's premier series.

12:44 AM, Feb 24, 2014

9/11's 'Man in the Red Bandana' gave his life for others in the WTC south tower

People who escaped the World Trade Center on 9/11/01 spoke of a man in a red bandana who helped them get out.  His college roommate from Marietta still speaks of him and his legacy.

10:10 AM, Sep 11, 2011

College Hunks Atlanta

Do you need help moving or hauling the junk collecting in your home?

1:23 PM, Mar 27, 2014

Tentative parole set for Heritage High School gunman

In May 1999, one month after the Colombine High School killings, the first copycat case took place in Conyers at Heritage High School. State officials say the gunman in that case has gotten a tentative parole date.

8:19 PM, Dec 19, 2012
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