Aviation superfans have been flocking to the Delta Surplus Sale since 1995, snagging items ranging from $2 CO2 cartridges to $3 t-shirts, $5 Sam Adams cut-outs and $225 airplane seats.
Nearly five months after Hurricane Michael, farmers are still scrambling to find temporary solutions ahead of planting season — hopeful Congress passes a new relief package dropped this week.
Emergency communications centers are beginning to introduce video live streaming and texting options amidst wake of criticism over the “aging” systems.
Security at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is getting a facelift, as Delta rolls out the first fully biometric terminal in the country.
Election results in the Midterms may be a mixed bag, but anti-abortion groups are claiming victory, pointing to constitutional amendments that passed in Alabama and West Virginia removing abortion protections.
With a 38 percent African American population, Mississippi’s forecasted high turnout could bode well for Democrat Mike Espy, who would be the first African American senator from the Magnolia State in more than 100 years.
After Saturday’s mass shooting, Pittsburghers are turning to one of the city’s best unifiers to help the community recover: Black and gold.
In the suburbs of north Atlanta, two women are vying for Georgia’s 6th Congressional District — both galvanized by personal tragedy.
A recent poll from the AJC/Channel 2 puts Georgia’s gubernatorial candidates within two points of each other, reinforcing many political analysts’ prediction of the Peach State turning purple.
In a desperate plea Tuesday, Florida Gov. Rick Scott urged residents to heed to the mandatory evacuations in 35 counties — but for some business owners, a commitment to serve their community rang louder.