Tyler Perry to pay off overdue property taxes of 300 older Atlanta residents with a $2.75M donation
Tyler Perry plans to donate $2.75 million to help ensure older homeowners in Atlanta, Georgia, are able to stay in their homes as real estate taxes rise.
Georgia Gov. Kemp vows to protect businesses from protestors after anti-police riot in downtown Atlanta
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp on Tuesday said the state sent a strong message after the arrest of the six suspects accused of domestic terrorism when protests devolved into chaos.
Atlanta anti-police riots hurt downtown businesses, workers’ wallets, employees say
Workers in downtown Atlanta said that the anti-police protest that devolved into violence Saturday night impacted business and their wallets, according to a local report.
Cost of living on Georgia voters' minds for midterm elections
Money is on the mind of Georgia voters this election season. That means Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker's economic strategies could determine the Georgia senate race.
Ex-NFL star Michael Vick's new company focusing on digital collectibles
Former NFL star Michael Vick launched a new company Tuesday that he hopes will bring fans and sports legends closer together through digital collectibles.
Georgia reps call on MLB commissioner to 'redress the harm' caused by pulling 2021 All-Star Game
Georgia GOP Reps. Buddy Carter and Barry Loudermilk probed MLB commissioner Robert Manfred, Jr., on how the league will "redress the harm" caused by moving the 2021 All-Star Game.
Spirit Airlines plane sees smoke, flames after brake overheats during safe landing at Atlanta airport
Spirit Airlines Flight 383 landed safely at Atlanta International Airport, but an overheated brake sparked smoke and flames, the airline told Fox News Digital on Sunday.
NFL star Kyle Pitts talks C4 Energy partnership, what helps him stay grounded in chaotic moments
Atlanta Falcons tight end Kyle Pitts was a Pro Bowler in his first season with over 1,000 yards receiving. He spoke to FOX Business about his C4 Energy partnership
Georgia police ID teen Taco Bell employee who victims say allegedly fired at them over Mexican Pizza
Georgia police have released the identity of a teenager who allegedly brought an assault rifle to his job at Taco Bell and used it to shoot two other teenagers.
High gas prices spark struggle for food truck vendors: 'You really have to roll the dice'
Food truck vendors who cover their own gas are desperately trying to stay afloat amid record gas prices.
Nonprofit food deliveries concerned cost of gas could price out volunteer drivers
It's never been more expensive for volunteer food drivers to make deliveries for nonprofits. The cost of gas in Georgia is more than $4 per gallon, an all-time high.
In Atlanta’s Buckhead neighborhood, rising crime fuels move to secede
An increase in violent crime has spurred a movement in Atlanta’s wealthiest and whitest neighborhood, Buckhead, to push harder to secede and create a new city with its own police force.
Micron to open memory design center in Atlanta
Micron’s Atlanta Design Center, which will open for business in January 2022, will create up to 500 jobs across various STEM disciplines, including computer hardware and electrical and electronic engineering.
Atlanta luxury real estate: What’s ripe on The Peach State’s market?
FOX Business' "Mansion Global" tours Atlanta's most lavish luxury lots.
Ex-Atlanta Fed president Lockhart predicts decision on tapering bond purchases will happen 'later in the year’
Former Atlanta Federal Reserve President Dennis Lockhart said on Thursday that he believes the Fed's decision to potentially taper bond purchases will not happen immediately and will likely “be made later in the year.”