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In this March, 2015, photo, Doug Hughes flies his gyrocopter near the Wauchula Municipal Airport in Wauchula, Fla. Police didn't immediately identify the man who steered his one-person helicopter onto the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol, but Hughes, a Florida postal carrier, took responsibility for the stunt on a website. (James Borchuck/The Tampa Bay Times via AP)

GA medical marijuana legal; High-paying jobs to Atlanta; Security guard fires on Mary Mac's customer; Ice Cube to Miley: Don't twerk (VIDEO)

Kaiser-Permanente will open a big information technology campus in midtown Atlanta.  Mayor Kasim Reed announced the project will be located at Pershing Point Plaza.  It is expected to bring 900 high-paying jobs, with an average salary of $100,000.  Medical marijuana is now legal in Georgia.  Gov. Deal signed legislation today ...

Tax deadline arrives; Fomer Gator/Patriot Hernandez convicted; Baby food recalled; Candy Crush addict injured

Federal and state income taxes are due today.  Many businesses are offering freebies to soften the burden of paying taxes.  Free shredding is being offered by Office Depot and Office Max.  So does Staples with an online coupon.  It’s buy one dinner get one free at Boston Market.  The Great ...

Deal or no deal for the APS 10; High Speed Internet arrives; Tulsa volunteer deputy kills man; Officer jailed for assaulting corpse

It’s back to court again Tuesday for ten former Atlanta educators convicted of racketeering in the test cheating scandal.  The question is will the ten take the deal being offered by District Attorney Paul Howard or will they gamble with the sentence Judge Jerry Baxter has in mind for them.  ...

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Let KISS 104 help you Pamper the Mom in Your Life this Mother's Day with a Mother's Day Weekend Package! Enter now for a chance to win the following for that special Mom in your life: Tickets to The 9th Annual Mother’s Day Celebration – ft Anthony Hamilton and En Vogue ...

Sentencing for the 'APS 10' today; HRC is in for 2016; Calls for another arrest in Walter Scott shooting; Kevin Hart roasted at MTV Movie Awards

Sentencing hearings begin today for ten of the eleven Atlanta Public School former educators convicted of racketeering in the cheating scandal. There are reports this morning that lawyers have been talking and may be cutting deals so that no former educator serves more than weekends in jail.  That is provided ...

Services Saturday for Walter Scott; Vitamin Shoppe pulls Acacia; Pre-orders today for new Apple Watch

Funeral services are planned for tomorrow in North Charleston, South Carolina for Walter Scott, the 50 year old man killed by a police officer.  The department has released the dash cam video of Officer Michael Slager pulling Scott over last week.  It shows Scott getting out of his car not ...

Eyewitness speaks; Man shot in Atlanta; Hummas recalled; and Why you want to be a crafty senior

Police in North Charleston, South Carolina today may release the dash cam video from Saturday’s shooting death of Walter Scott.  The department has fired accused shooter Michael Slager.  He remains in a South Carolina jail. On the Today Show this morning, the man who captured Scotts death on his phone ...

Atlanta Hawks forward Thabo Sefolosha (25) controls the ball in front of Milwaukee Bucks guard Jerryd Bayless (19) in the second half of an NBA basketball game Monday, March 30, 2015, in Atlanta. Atlanta won 101-88. (AP Photo/David Tulis)

Hawks reserves arrested; Officer charged in fatal shooting;

Two reserve players for the Atlanta Hawks are arrested overnight in New York after a member of the Indiana Pacers was stabbed. According to the New York daily news, Pero Antic and Thabo Sefolosha were booked for trying to prevent police from setting up a crime scene.  The two Hawks ...

Fulton County DA Paul Howard holds a press conference following the conviction of 11 of 12 defendants in the Atlanta Public Schools test-cheating case. A jury of six men and six women rendered their verdicts on the eighth day of deliberations in the Atlanta Public Schools test-cheating trial on Wednesday, April 1, 2015. Jurors sorted through roughly five months of testimony against 12 former educators accused of engaging in a racketeering conspiracy to inflate test scores. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Kent D. Johnson, Pool)

Promises of protest if educators go to jail; Jury deliberates fate of Boston Marathon Bombing suspect; B.B. King hospitalized

A group of Atlanta activists are promising acts of civil disobedience if eleven former educators are sent to jail.  Clergy including the Rev. Timothy McDonald  met with Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard who was not sensitive to their concerns.  A jury last week convicted eleven of 12 former educators ...

33-year-old Latoya Tilson, was arrested and charged with two counts of  aggravated assault, reckless conduct, cruelty to children, use of a  firearm during the commission of a felony and violation of the family  violence act.

Group seeks 'mercy' former educators; Mother accidentally shoots son; Braves trade Kimbrell, Upton; Duke and Wisconsin meet for NCAA title;

Doctors give a DeKalb teenager a 50-50 chance of surviving, after being shot by his mother. Police say 33-year-old LaToya Tilson was trying to break up a fight involving her son, but wound up shooting 2 people.  Pierre Tilson's father says the boy's mother is not doing well and is ...

"we do things kind of quickly around here sometime because we’re a citizen legislature and we’re limited to 40 days; I don’t think the people of Georgia want us here any longer than that,” said House Speaker David Ralston.

Lawmakers go home; Religious Freedom fails; APS Sentences delayed; GBI to investigate Smyrna Police killing; Full House gets a re-boot

State lawmakers gavel the 2015 legislative session to an end with passage of a flurry of bills.  Among them, one which legalizes the sale of fireworks in Georgia, plans for two new cities in DeKalb, but not South Fulton and a major tax break for Mercedes-Benz which is moving its ...

Several former educators have been taken to the Fulton County Jail after   a jury reached guilty verdicts in the Atlanta Public Schools cheating   trial. The jury convicted 11 of 12 defendants of racketeering. (Note: Shani Robinson not shown. Was not processed because of her pregnancy.)

APS Trial ends with 11 convictions; Noose found on Duke campus; SCLC Georgia leader suspended; Raises at McDonalds; Super-Fast Internet on the way

Ten former Atlanta Public School educators are waking up this morning behind bars are eleven of twelve convicted in the Atlanta Public Schools cheating scandal.  One defendant remains free on bond as she's expecting.  The one acquittal was of special education instructor Dessa Curb who says her faith sustained her ...

Anthony Stokes got a heart transplant in August 2013 at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston. (Photo: Channel 2)

Heart transplant recipient dies fleeing police; Streetcar rides remain free; Incredible prom spending; GH scores 28 Daytime Emmy noms

A teen suspect in a failed burglary and a carjacking is dead following a high-speed chase with Roswell police. Anthony Stokes, 17, had received a heart transplant two years ago.  Children’s Health Care of Atlanta Scottish rite did not want to do the transplant citing his juvenile record and fearing ...

Pole dancing with a baby on your back? (video)

Flag on the play!!! I’m all for a good pole dance but don’t put the baby in danger. Even though it’s done tastefully I just think the baby is in harm’s way with his or her head jerking around like a rag doll so I would have to say FOUL!!! ...

Rally tonight at Smyrna City Hall; Clayton County's "gang" problem; An apple a day may not ...; Jay Z launches music service

“Do you want your son to be next,” cried Felecia Thomas as she urged supporters to join her outside Smyrna City Hall tonight at 7pm.  Her son, Nick Thomas was shot and killed a week ago by Smyrna Police Sergeant Kenneth Owens.  Police were attempting to serve a felony warrant.  ...

First Lady Michelle Obama speaks during a taping of the Black Girls Rock award ceremony at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Saturday, March 28, 2015, in Newark. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

Smyrna PD to meet with family; Black Girls Rock; Who is new Daily Show host Trevor Noah?

The family of a man shot and killed by Smyrna Police meet today with the police chief.  Officers say they shot Nick Thomas as he charged them in a white Maserati.  The family has asked that the GBI investigate their son’s death.  Police Chief Tim Lee has turned the investigation ...

FILE - In this March 17, 2015 file photo, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid of Nev. speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill in Washington. Reid is announcing he will not seek re-election to another term. The 75-year-old Reid says in a statement issued by his office Friday that he wants to make sure Democrats regain control of the Senate next year and that it would be "inappropriate" for him to soak up campaign resources when he could be focusing on putting the Democrats back in power. (AP Photo/Molly Riley, File)

Reid to retire; Pilot hid illness; Taraji to host SNL

Senate minority leader Harry Reid says he will not seek re-election in 2016.  Reid making the announcement in a web video to supporters early Friday. New information on the crash of that German jetliner in the Swiss Alps. CNN reports the co-pilot had an illness that he was keeping secret ...

(AP)

Prosecutor: Co-pilot crashed German plane; Maserati driver fled police before; Warning for young pitchers; Big news for Atlanta Braves

Stunning new details revealed in the crash of a Germanwings plane two days ago in the French Alps killing all 150 souls on board.  A French prosecutor says the co-pilot locked the pilot out of the cockpit and intentionally downed the plane – accelerating as the jet made its deadly ...

Nicholas Thomas and daughter

Selma Anniversary; Smyrna man killed by police; Fulton Police Chief to retire; GM Malibu recall

Smyrna Police are defending their use of deadly force in the fatal shooting of a man Tuesday.  The parents of Nick Thomas want a federal investigation.  Police were attempting to serve a federal probation warrant at  Thomas’ job, when they say he got into a white Maserati and appeared to ...

Taraji P. Henson arrives at the 43rd NAACP Image Awards on Friday, Feb. 17, 2012, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)

Mean girls in Cobb; Zimmerman: 'no regrets;' Angelina Jolie's new surgery; Taraji P. Henson's son racially profiled

A real life story of real life mean girls.  Cobb police arrest two teens following a fight on a school bus in Austell.  14 year old Jada Keys says one girl hit her,  then another girl and an adult pried open the school bus doors to get at her. She ...

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