Marcy Williams has co-anchored Atlanta's Morning News with 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.
The family of a female inmate who died of pneumonia at the Gwinnett County jail files suit against the sheriff, jail health care provider and staff.
A Lawrenceville woman and her husband stand trial in Gwinnett Superior Court for child cruelty and false imprisonment after allegedly starving the woman's 15-year-old autistic daughter.
Protesters show up at Tuesday's Gwinnett County commission meeting but embattled Commissioner Tommy Hunter does not.
Over the protests of some parents, Atlanta's Board of Education votes to close Adamsville Primary School and Whitefoord Elementary School this summer.
Atlanta parents protest plans set forth by Superintendent Meria Carstarphen to close and consolidate under-attended elementary schools in east and southeast Atlanta.
Metro Atlanta's becoming a mecca for professional soccer. The Atlanta Business Chronicle reports First Team SC announces plans to bring two professional teams to play in DeKalb County.
Forsyth County commissioners vote unanimously to deny a permit for a Hindu temple near Lake Lanier. The Forsyth News reports the landowner pursuing the conditional use permit (CUP) may go to court.
Two men serving ten years for an armed robbery in Cobb County may get a new trial. Their attorney successfully argues race bias after a prosecutor dismissed a potential juror for gold teeth.
Florida opens a new front in the long-running water war with Georgia. After a special master ruled in favor of Georgia in the dispute over water use from the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River basin, Florida lawmakers responded in Congress.
Fulton County homeowners complain about correspondence that looks like an official county mailing, but really is a solicitation for optional private insurance.
A former member of the Georgia National Guard testifies he cannot remember fatally shooting an off-duty police officer outside a Waffle House in Griffin in 2014.
The FBI investigates a Fannin County man after he shows up at the hospital and admits he's been exposed to deadly ricin.
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