The goal is to cut down on distractions.
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From security to COVID-19, Channel 2′s Fred Blankenship found out the plans for Marietta City Schools so that students can focus on learning.
New technology to help blind and visually impaired people get around easier is almost a reality, and it’s being developed in metro Atlanta.
On Jan. 21, the Rev. Raphael Warnock of Atlanta’s Ebenezer Baptist Church made history.
There is a recognition of excellence 50 years overdue.
<p>The program has partnered with the American Heart Association to promote healthy and active lives.</p>
<p>On Sept. 29, 1948 at 8 p.m., WSB-TV hit the air for the first time.</p>
<p><strong>Channel 2’s <a href="https://twitter.com/FBlankenshipWSB" target="_blank">Fred Blankenship</a></strong> spoke with Superintendent Dr. Meria Carstarphen to learn what's new and why she's excited for the start of the school year.</p>
<p>Fans in College Park held a rally Friday night before loading their buses to Texas.</p>