Search
Log-in

Atlanta

Atlanta

 NEWS & ARTICLES

Articles by Destination

Civil rights leader Rev. James Orange dies

BY : | 2008

Civil rights leader, the Rev. James Orange, whose imprisonment in 1965 sparked Alabama's Bloody Sunday protest, has died in Atlanta at age 65.Orange died Saturday at Crawford Long Hospital, CNN reported Sunday.Alabama officials arrested Orange in...

READ MORE IN Top News

Northwest-Delta merger barrier cleared

BY : | 2008

Union and airline officials cleared a major barrier to a potential merger between Northwest and Delta airlines, a report said.The two sides agreed on a conceptual outline to possibly combine the companies' pilot ranks, The Atlanta...

READ MORE IN Business

Water company official indicted

BY : | 2008

The owner of a Tennessee water company is one of three people indicted by a federal grand jury in an alleged Army water contract scheme.Mack Smith, owner WATEC, is accused of bribing a civilian U.S. Army employee and the man's wife to secure...

READ MORE IN Top News

NHL: Atlanta 3, Washington 2 (SO)

BY : | 2008

Slava Kozlov scored in the second round of a shootout Wednesday, allowing the Atlanta Thrashers to slip past the Washington Capitals 3-2.Kozlov's goal followed one by Eric Perrin, giving Atlanta a 2-0 advantage in the shootout.In regulation, Perrin...

READ MORE IN Sports

NBA: Detroit 94, Atlanta 90

BY : | 2008

Chauncey Billups scored 12 of his 16 points in the last quarter Tuesday, helping the Detroit Pistons earn their ninth straight win, 94-90 over Atlanta. Rasheed Wallace had 21 points, five steals and eight assists before fouling out for Detroit....

READ MORE IN Sports

Way found to capture carbon from cars

BY : | 2008

U.S. scientists have developed a way to capture, store and recycle carbon now emitted by vehicles, thereby preventing it from polluting the atmosphere.Georgia Institute of Technology researchers envision their technology can result in the creation...

READ MORE IN Science

New links made for high-speed computers

BY : | 2008

U.S. scientists have designed a new, improved type of copper connection for the world's high speed computers.Georgia Institute of Technology researchers led by Professor Paul Kohl and graduate student Todd Spencer developed the improved signal...

READ MORE IN Science

Warehouse blaze keeps firefighters busy

BY : | 2008

Firefighters from Fulton, Ga., and Atlanta fought together Monday to put out a suspicious warehouse fire in the Fulton Industrial District.Fulton County Fire Lt. Gregory Chambers said the fire is the second in the same building in two months,...

READ MORE IN Top News

Ruling denies Atlanta Beltline funding

BY : | 2008

School taxes cannot be used to help fund Atlanta's Beltline project, Georgia's Supreme Court ruled Monday.It was a unanimous decision, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.The court cited two earlier rulings that prohibited taxes collected for...

READ MORE IN Business

NHL: Atlanta 2, Tampa Bay 1

BY : | 2008

Alexei Zhitnik's unassisted goal at 1:26 of overtime Saturday boosted the Atlanta Thrashers over the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1.It was Zhitnik's second goal of the season.The contest ended regulation in a 1-1 tie after Atlanta's Marian Hossa scored his...

READ MORE IN Sports

NBA: Cleveland 100, Atlanta 95

BY : | 2008

LeBron James scored 26 points and claimed 11 rebounds Friday and Cleveland held off Atlanta for a 100-95 win.James came within three assists of a triple-double in carrying the Cavaliers to their third victory in four games.Cleveland played without...

READ MORE IN Sports

Miss. man confesses to killing two girls

BY : | 2008

Police arrested a man in Atlanta, Miss., after he confessed to killing and sexual assaulting two girls, crimes two other men were convicted of, a report said.Following his confession, Justin A. Johnson, 51, was arrested for the 1990 killing of...

READ MORE IN Top News
1    2    3    4    5    6    7    8