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UPS tests drone delivery system

 Atlanta-based UPS is testing a drone delivery system in Florida, but don't expect to see the skies over the metro area filled with drones anytime soon. "Right now the law requires us to maintain a line of sight with each drone," says Kyle Peterson with UPS, "so that's how we ...

Police are hunting for 25 year old Kadeem D'Anto Fletcher, who was driving the car that was involved in Monday chase.

Crash driver at large; ejected girl recovering

The video of the crash was horrific. A car, being chased by the Georgia State Patrol, hits a sign on Gresham Road, then crashes, ejecting a small girl. We now know more about the girl, and the driver.

Police are hunting for 25 year old Kadeem D'Anto Fletcher, who was ...

24-year-old Felix Shirley was identified through video and named as a suspect in the murder of a young woman at Underground Atlanta earlier this month.

Police arrest suspect in Underground Atlanta murder

Atlanta police have arrested the suspect they believe is responsible for the murder of a young woman at Underground Atlanta earlier this month. 24-year-old Felix Shirley was identified through video and tips called in to Crimestoppers. He is the suspect in the murder of 26-year-old Misha Moore, who was found ...

It's one of Georgia's best known companies, and they're expanding their Alpharetta headquarters. A rendering of Jackson Healthcare's planned executive offices is pictured above.

Jackson Healthcare expanding

It's one of Georgia's best known companies, and they're expanding their Alpharetta headquarters. That means new buildings and a lot more jobs. Jackson Healthcare has announced the expansion all of their campus off of Northwinds Parkway. It includes 306,000 square feet of office space, including a new headquarters building which ...

Faye Butler and her Margaret doll

Born before women's suffrage, Georgia woman votes for Clinton

When Faye Butler was born in 1918, the star pitcher for the Boston Red Sox was Babe Ruth, World War I was five months away from ending and women could not vote. >> Read more trending stories Butler, who was born in Iowa and lives in Decatur, Georgia, is 98 ...

Faye Butler and her Margaret doll

Born before women could vote

When Faye Butler was born in 1918, the star player for the Red Sox was Babe Ruth, World War I was five months away from ending, and women could not vote. Butler, who was born in Iowa and lives in Decatur, is 98 years old and has now voted in ...

Colonial Pipeline spill causing gas shortages across Georgia

The damage to Colonial Pipeline's main gas line into Atlanta is causing gas shortages in the metro area and a lot of repairs for the company. "Our focus is getting our main line back in service this week," says Steve Baker, with Colonial. "I think motorists will start to see ...

Veterans react well to President Obama’s speech

It was a packed house at the Hyatt Regency in downtown.  They came to hear President Obama and they weren't disappointed. The President was addressing the Disabled Americans Veterans convention and found himself speaking to a friendly audience. "I think it was great," says Sergeant Charles DuPar, who came to ...

Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed was 27 and living in a condo at Colony Square when the 1996 Centennial Olympics came to Atlanta.

Mayor Reed: 'Energy pulsed' through Atlanta during 1996 Olympics

Kasim Reed was 27 and living in a condo at Colony Square when the 1996 Centennial Olympics came to Atlanta. "It was a moment," Mayor Reed says.  "I think there are times in life when you know that you are part of something special that probably won't happen again." Reed ...

WSB's Mark McKay was working for CNN, covering the 1996 Olympic Games when the bomb when off at Centennial Olympic Park.

WSB's Mark McKay 'jolted' by aftermath of Centennial Olympic Park bombing

He was working for CNN, covering the Centennial Olympic Games along with hundreds of other reporters who were in Atlanta. It was July 27, 1996 and Mark McKay was walking through the AT&T; Global Village when the bomb went off. "My first instinct was 'Wow, pyrotechnics.  That's a heck of ...