Digging deeper on Grady High School investigation

(Photo: WXIA) ATLANTA– Atlanta Public Schools released part one of an investigation into fraudulent residency requirements for Grady High School football players. The 23-page report found 14 players with addresses outside the district.READ| Response from APS Superintendent Erroll Davis The report shows both parents and school employees were involved in the fraud, some going to […]

Wounded FedEx security guard recovering after weekend surgery

COBB COUNTY, Ga. – The security guard injured last year during a rampage at a Cobb County FedEx plant is recovering after yet another surgery. According to Christopher Sparkman’s wife’s blog his latest surgery on Saturday went “as well as can be expected”.” She writes that her husband has been taken off of the ventilator […]

Thieves steal hundreds from children

DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. – Police are looking for brazen thieves that stole from hundreds of children. The crooks ransacked the storage facility of a DeKalb county sports program at Medlock park and took thousands of dollars of equipment.  The storage unit, rented out by Druid Hills youth sports, a volunteer organization that runs local baseball […]

Vigil for woman on death row

ATLANTA – More than a hundred people gathered to pray for Kelly Gissendaner Sunday night, just hours before she is set to die. Gissendaner’s execution will be the first of a female inmate in more than 70 years in Georgia. Gissendaner was convicted of killing her husband in 1997, which prosecutors say she plotted with […]

Falcons Trim Roster Further, Waive DE Massaquoi

Jonathan Massaquoi. Massaquoi, 6-5, 264 pounds, was selected by the Falcons in the fifth round (164th overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft out of Troy. He played in 39 games with seven starts and totaled 60 tackles (42 solo), six sacks, and two passes defensed. The Falcons also cut ties with WR Harry Douglas and veteran […]