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Robbers threaten Midtown mom with gun in front of her kids

ATLANTA -- Residents say one of the reasons they moved to Midtown is the ability to walk where ever you want to go. But these days, for many, walking here is simply too big a risk.

Neighbors demand #SaferMidtown


ATLANTA -- A mother held at gunpoint in front of her children. Forty-three cars broken into overnight. A family's SUV left on cinder blocks. These are the crimes Midtown neighbors talking about using the hashtag #SaferMidtown. 

New video connects three men to random beating, robbery in midtown

ATLANTA -- New video shows a very clear image of men who police believe are connected to a midtown Atlanta beating on Labor Day.

Sir Elton John delivers 25 millionth meal for Atlanta organization

ATLANTA -- Midtown resident Craig Gustafson was reasonably prepared for last weekend's gnarled traffic and streaming crowds of people flooding his neighborhood for Music Midtown.

APS superintendent speaks out after shooting near football game

ATLANTA -- Atlanta Police Schools Superintendent Meria Carstarphen is speaking out after a shooting near a Grady High School football game left a student seriously hurt.

On Friday, two people were shot at the intersection of 8th Street and Monroe Drive, which is near the Grady High School football stadium.

Eighteen-year-old Keiunte Wallace was shot in the back, and 45-year-old Yu Xuejing, was struck twice as she drove her car through the intersection.

On Tuesday, Carstarphen said the safety of any student, parent, teacher or fan going to a school's sporting event is top priority. 

APS student among Midtown shooting victims

ATLANTA (WXIA) -- Atlanta Police confirm that one of two people shot in Midtown Friday night was an Atlanta Public Schools student.

The shooting happened at the intersection of 8th Street and Monroe Drive, near the Grady High School football stadium.

Keiunte Wallace, 18, was shot in the back and taken to Grady Memorial Hospital in critical condition.

Vets march across Atlanta in undies to raise awareness of veteran suicide

ATLANTA -- Dozens of veterans stripped down to their skivvies for a march with a message across Atlanta, Saturday.

They hiked from Centennial Olympic Park to the Carter Center making several stops along the way.