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Sisqo and SashaTheDiva

Sisqo is Back!

Sisqo has been in music game almost 20 years.  Yes right out of high school and still rolling.  I met him when “Dru Hill” first hit the scene in Baltimore and they were fun and so loving.  Guess what…nothing has changed.  We remember songs like “5 Steps”, “Beauty” to “Someone ...

Shannon called police and then her friends. They immediately began driving around looking for the man who matched her description. They snapped a photo and brought it to her.

Atlanta cops try to ID woman's attacker; Ad seeks 'Cool black kids;' Republican endorses Democrat in state Supt. race

An Atlanta woman thinks fast when she's attacked in broad daylight, bringing in groceries.  She fought off the man before he could get into her Glendale Avenue home, screaming, "911!  Call the police!" after he charged up the walkway and grabbed her.  The woman, identified only as "Shannon," tells Channel ...

Supermodel Beverly Johnson

Supermodel Beverly Johnson

Okay so this was the first time I was getting ready for work and was asking myself what should I wear, how do I do my hair and my makeup because I was hanging with Supermodel Beverly Johnson.  Did you know she just celebrated her birthday on the 13th and ...

DeKalb County CEO Burrell Ellis has been fighting accusations that he strong-armed contractors into making campaign contributions. (DAVIS TULIS / AJC SPECIAL)

Ellis jury deadlocked, again; New fees for Citi customers

Today will be the 11th day of jury deliberations in the corruption trial of suspended DeKalb County CEO Burrell Ellis.  Monday, jurors told Judge Courtney Johnson that they do not have agreement on any of the 13 counts against Ellis.  Judge Johnson gave the jury the Allen Charge, which essentially ...

Governor Nathan Deal and Democrat Jason Carter pause to chat with each other after squaring off for their second debate during The Atlanta Press Club Loudermilk-Young Debate Series at Georgia Public Broadcasting on Sunday, Oct. 19, 2014, in Atlanta.   CURTIS COMPTON / CCOMPTON@AJC.COM

Teen charged in fatal crash; Nigeria is Ebola-free; Deal walks back 'Water kills Ebola' claim

Texas nurse Amber Vinson, undergoing treatment for Ebola at Emory Hospital, has hired a high-profile lawyer to defend her reputation.  Billy Martin's former clients have included Michael Vick and former Atlanta mayor Bill Campbell.  Vinson's relatives reportedly have been troubled by negative public comments and media coverage.  More than 150 ...

5 Things you should quit today

I had the opportunity to interview Gerri Scazzero, author of the book The Emotionally Healthy Woman, on my radio show. She shared five things with me that she felt people have to quit doing in order to become emotionally healthy. Scazzero told me that, "When we quit things that are ...

With Amber Vinson's arrival at Emory University Hospital Wednesday, doctors there are now treating two Ebola patients.

Obama to appoint Ebola 'czar;' See America's most-ticketed vehicles

President Obama says he is open to appointing an Ebola "czar," someone to run point on the virus crisis and lead the nation's response.  The president says he does not have a "philosophical objection" to imposing a travel ban from hard-hit west Africa, but that experts tell him that it ...

An ambulance carrying Amber Vinson, the second health care worker to be diagnosed with Ebola in Texas, arrives at Emory University Hospital on Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014 in Atlanta. A joint emergency isolation unit administered by Emory University Hospital and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has successfully treated two Americans and is currently treating a third. (AP Photo/David Tulis)

Ebola-infected nurse at Emory; Emotional test cheating trial testimony; Facebook will tell friends you're OK

Ebola screenings begin today at Hartsfield-Jackson and three other airports around the country--Washington Dulles, Chicago O'Hare, Newark's Liberty. They're targeting fliers who've been through Guinea, Liberia, or Sierra Leone.  Anyone with a fever will be put into isolation. The screening started Saturday at JFK in New York.Dallas nurse Amber Vinson ...

New TX Ebola case; Church sues to oust adulterous pastor;

A second health care worker in Dallas has tested positive for Ebola after reporting a fever yesterday.  The second worker, who has not been identified, also provided care to Thomas Duncan, the Liberian man who eventually died.  She was put into isolation 90 minutes after finding that her temperature was ...

In southwest Atlanta, police dispatchers reported that a tree had fallen onto a school bus at Brownlee Road and Boulder Park Drive, but everyone is safe.

Jury question in Ellis case; Reward in Atlanta drive-by case; Baby wipes recall

Strong storms sweep metro Atlanta, causing damage typical of heavy weather, including downed trees or tree limbs and power outages.  At the height of the storm, some 30,000 Georgia Power customers were without electricity.  There were no immediate reports of injuries. Atlanta firefighters cut a tree off of a bus ...

A hazmat worker cleans outside the apartment building of a hospital worker, Sunday, Oct. 12, 2014, in Dallas. The Texas health care worker, who was in full protective gear when they provided hospital care for Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan, who later died, has tested positive for the virus and is in stable condition, health officials said Sunday. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

1st case of US Ebola transmission; Good time for holiday job hunting; Hackers target Snapchat users; Baby spends days under dead dad

A Texas nurse has Ebola.  She was on the medical team treating Thomas Duncan at a Dallas hospital before he died last week.  The CDC believes a "breach of protocol" led to the infection, but after talking to the nurse, it's not clear what the breach was.  The hospital says ...

3 Ways To BOOST Your Self-Esteem Now

Take Inventory: Make an honest assessment of your most valuable asset - YOU! Check yourself out, spirit, soul and body, to ensure that you are ok through and through. Recharge if necessary: schedule (and keep) that doctor appointment (ESPECIALLY getting your Mammogram done!); put your chef's hat on and prepare ...

Georgia tailback Todd Gurley talks with teammates before a game against Appalachian State at Sanford Stadium in November 2013. JASON GETZ / JGETZ@AJC.COM

UGA's Gurley accused of selling signatures; Inmate indicted for Ebola fib

An off-duty policeman responds to screams for help, and rescues a woman from a carjacker in DeKalb County.  The woman had been shopping at a beauty supply store at the Plaza on Rainbow Way, across from South DeKalb Mall.  The officer, reacting to her screams, found the carjacker already behind ...

Suspended DeKalb County CEO Burrell Ellis talks to attorney Craig Gillen in the DeKalb County courtroom where jurors are deciding his fate. Ellis is fighting charges that he intimidated companies doing business with DeKalb into giving him campaign contributions. BRANT SANDERLIN / BSANDERLIN@AJC.COM

Jurors sent home in Ellis trial; RAW VIDEO: NYPD officer steals money, pepper-sprays others

Airports are the focus in the efforts to keep the Ebola virus from spreading. Travelers from west Africa will undergo additional screening at five U.S. airports, including Atlanta.  Non-touch thermometers will be used to screen passengers for fevers; anyone who has a fever will be put into isolation.  The Liberian ...

Sampleton's mother, Stephanie Stone, at one point she yelled at the defendants who refused to look at her.

Ebola patient dies; Police stun-gun man inside car (VIDEO)

A Dallas hospital spokesman says the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the United States has died. Thomas Eric Duncan flew into Texas on September 20, and fell ill a few days later. Three guilty verdicts come down for the defendants accused of murdering a 14-year-old Gwinnett County boy two hears ...

DeKalb County District Attorney Robert James cross-examines suspended county CEO Burrell Ellis, who is being tried for allegations that he tried to coerce county contractors into making campaign donations. BRANT SANDERLIN / BSANDERLIN@AJC.COM

Closing arguments in Ellis trial today; New GM recalls; iPhone 6's "Hairgate"

An American cameraman who contracted Ebola while working in Liberia is at a Nebraska hospital for treatment.  The plane carrying 33-year-old Ashoka Mukpo landed this morning.  Meanwhile, a Liberian man hospitalized with Ebola in Dallas remains critically ill. The CDC director says that efforts to track Thomas Duncan's contacts "have ...

Officers also interviewed an inmate in an orange jumpsuit briefly and then took him away in a police car after a DeKalb County police officer and an inmate were shot outside the DeKalb County Magistrate Court on Oct. 2, 2014.

DeKalb officer recovering after shooting; Ebola patient's family quarantined

A DeKalb County Police detective is out of surgery and in stable condition at Grady Memorial Hospital after being shot with his own gun.  The officer was taking a handcuffed robbery suspect back to jail Thursday evening when he was attacked outside the Municipal Court building; a second officer shot ...

A jury convicted Michael Dunn for the murder of Jordan Davis.

Fla. man convicted of Jordan Davis' murder; Naked man Tasered at airport (VIDEO); Ebola victim to face charges

After more than five hours of deliberations, a Florida jury convicted Michael Dunn of first-degree murder in the November 2012 shooting of unarmed black teenager Jordan Davis.  The 17-year-old from Cobb County was shot to death by Dunn after the two argued over the volume of rap music blaring from ...

September 16, 2014 Atlanta - President Barack Obama speaks as Sylvia Burwell (left), Secretary of DHHS, and Dr. Tom Frieden (right), Director of CDC, listen at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta on Tuesday, September, 16, 2014. President Barack Obama visits the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to receive a briefing on the outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa, discuss the U.S. response, and thank the scientists, doctors, and health care workers who are helping those affected by disease at home and around the world. HYOSUB SHIN / HSHIN@AJC.COM

Ebola in Texas; Presidential security breach in Atlanta; Jury deliberates loud music murder; EJ Johnson drops 50 Lbs (VIDEO)

The first person to be diagnosed with Ebola in the United States traveled from Liberia. The CDC says the man flew into Dallas on September 20, and went to a hospital Friday night seeking care; he was later sent home.  Days later, he was back--by ambulance, this time.  Health officials ...

CHECKING THE GROUNDS--Uniformed Secret Service officers walk along the lawn on the North side of the White House in Washington, Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014. The Secret Service is coming under renewed scrutiny after a man scaled the White House fence and made it all the way through the front door before he was apprehended.  (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

White House security breach worse than reported; "Fat Head" wanted for murder; Teen drove with baby in trunk

A Secret Service black eye:  Disturbing new details are emerging about a recent security breach at the White House.  Secret Service whistleblowers say the fence-jumper got much farther inside the First Family's residence than just through the front door, as was first reported.  Omar Gonzalez raced down a hall, turned ...

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