Never take a gun to a pickle jar fight! A jewelry store owner walked in on a robbery in progress. He used what he had in his hand to fight the robbers. In his hand was a bag with jars of pickles. He was returning from lunch when he returned to his store to find […]
The Democratic National Committee elected former Labor Secretary Thomas E. Perez as its new chair on Saturday.
A lawsuit, filed in California Superior Court in Alameda County, alleges that workers were ordered to use certain codes to identify Black customers at a Versace location in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Doris Payne, 86, was caught trying to steal a bracelet worth $2,000 at the Von Maur department store in Perimeter Mall.
Bowl season kicks off this weekend when two HBCUs take the field in Atlanta for the 2016 Celebration Bowl.
Daveon Coates, 15, and his sister, 11-year-old Tatiyana Coates, were killed in an apparent gang retaliation shooting, police say.
The son of soul music legend Gladys Knight is fighting to keep her name on his troubled Atlanta restaurants, saying her “lack of mental capacity” bars her from removing it, recent federal court filings state. Knight, an Atlanta native, filed suit in August to take her name off of Gladys Knight’s Chicken and Waffles after […]
Photos of a fourth grade teacher in Atlanta went viral when she was dubbed on #TeacherBae social media. While her beauty is certainly what caught the internet’s attention, Patrice “Tricey” Brown’s positive attention quickly turned negative when people began to scold her for what she was wearing. While Patrice didn’t show any skin, her curves […]
The historic site where Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. was born is closed for repairs, officials said Sunday. Officials with the National Park Service said professionals will have to inspect “structural damage” to determine how long repairs will take. “On Saturday Aug. 6, a structural issue with the sub-floor of the home […]