Here's what you need to know about what's happening in Atlanta.
Hawks turn arena into voting station after Georgia residents struggle to get to polls
After Georgia experienced a number of issues in this month's primary election, the Atlanta Hawks are stepping up to help alleviate the concerns of local voters. The team announced Monday that it is teaming up with Fulton County and making its home, State Farm Arena, available as the largest polling site in state history.
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5 things about DA who charged officers in Rayshard Brooks case
Lately, Paul Howard himself has been at the center of national attention after he swiftly charged two white Atlanta police officers in the fatal shooting of Rayshard Brooks, a Black man.
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Atlanta History Center welcomes guests back to indoor exhibitions on Friday
The Atlanta History Center will reopen its indoor exhibitions at its Buckhead location, a press release says.
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Rapper T.I. to teach Business of Trap Music at Clark Atlanta
The course will focus on the origin, culture and business of trap music, according to the university.
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18-year-old shot, killed in Midtown
According to Atlanta police, an 18-year-old was fatally shot multiple times Saturday afternoon. The shooting happened in Midtown at 95 Eighth St.
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