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Marcy Williams has co-anchored Atlanta's Morning News with Bob Coxe since 1993. Marcy started working at WSB in 1992 after news stints at KLAC-Los Angeles and KNEW-San Francisco. A 1984 graduate of Princeton University, Marcy is married with 3 children.

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Norcross city leaders are trying to work with Lui (with her daughter), but the property has already been sold to another buyer.

Norcross woman fights to keep her home

A Norcross woman fights City Hall for selling her condo out from under her.  Xui Lui did not realize there was a $94.85 tax bill outstanding on the two-bedroom condo she bought in 2011.  She never received the notice, because of an incorrect address.  Now, she's learned the condo has ...

Police searching for fake cop in Dawsonville

A fake cop commits a real crime in Dawsonville.  A police impersonator stopped and searched a Lanier Tech student, finding his cigarettes and snuff.  He then issued the student a 25 dollar ticket, but offered to let him pay then and there instead of getting turned over to Dawson County ...

The monument was donated with private dollars but two atheist groups consider it inappropriate on public school property.

Madison Co. High to change monument

After legal objections raised by atheist groups, Madison County's school board votes unanimously to alter or remove a monument of Bible verses at Madison County High School.   Members of the Red Raiders football team touch the monument at the edge of the field for luck before games.  It is ...

Person charged with Lassiter terroristic threats

A Facebook video post allegedly threatens Lassiter High School in Cobb County.   After watching the video, Cobb County police obtained a felony arrest warrant, charging Bridger Carreau of Atlanta with making terroristic threats.  On the video, he appears in a tactical vest, armed with guns and a knife.  According to ...

A  police officer prepares to remove Braves stadium opponent Gary Pelphrey from the Cobb County Board of Commissioners meeting for disrupting the meeting before the floor was opened to public comment and a vote on the operating agreement that will bind the county to borrow up to $396 million to build the Atlanta Braves new stadium.  on Tuesday May 27, 2014, in Marietta. Pelphrey was one of four opponents removed from the room at the beginning of the meeting.     CURTIS COMPTON / CCOMPTON@AJC.COM

PI checking on Braves' stadium opponents

A private investigator wants the email records of critics of the Braves' stadium deal.   Kennesaw-based P.I. Scott Woodall's filed open records requests for emails of Cobb County Commissioners Bob Ott, Lisa Cupid and two private citizens who have complained about the stadium deal.  Ott has already complied.   Tom Cheek, who ...

Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science & Technology is the top SAT performer in Georgia, with an average score of 1912

Georgia SAT scores remain flat

SAT scores in Georgia don't budge that much for the Class of 2014.  The College Board says more kids took the college entrance exam in the past school year in DeKalb and Gwinnett Counties.  Scores dropped by 100 points on average in DeKalb to 1228.  Gwinnett also recorded a slight ...

The Pink Pony is shown off of Buford Highway in Brookhaven Monday morning in Atlanta, Ga., June 17, 2013. The high court unanimously upheld a lower court ruling and found no constitutional violation of free speech.  Attorneys for the Pink Pony intend to ask the court to reconsider.

State high court rules against Pink Pony

The Georgia Supreme Court reins in the Pink Pony in its legal battle with the city of Brookhaven.   The Pink Pony sued the newly incorporated city in 2013, challenging a new city ordinance to ban alcohol sales where there's nude dancing.  The club argued the ordinance violates the First Amendment.  ...

An estimated 150 thousand people will attend part of the racing at Road Atlanta in Braselton

Petit Le Mans a boon for Hall County

The four-day Petit Le Mans revs up the Hall County economy. Stacey Dickson of the Lake Lanier Convention and Visitors Bureau projects a direct dollar impact of 15 to 20 million dollars from the racing.  The overall economic impact may top 60 million dollars.   She estimates at least 150 thousand ...

The monument was donated with private dollars but two atheist groups consider it inappropriate on public school property.

Football monument divides Danielsville

Bible verses on a football field monument divide the community of Danielsville.   The monument on the edge of Red Raiders Field at Madison County High School reads, "If God be for us, who can be against us?" and "I can do all things through Christ."  It was donated with private ...

According to the U.S. Attorney's office, the airline workers allegedly used their security clearances to smuggle hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash at Boston's Logan Airport.

Airline employees face federal charges

Delta and JetBlue employees face federal money laundering charges in Boston.   According to the U.S. Attorney's office, the airline workers allegedly used their security clearances on nine occasions to smuggle hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash past TSA checkpoints at Boston's Logan International Airport.   The Boston Globe reports, the ...

 
 

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