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Accused serial killer Aeman Presley appears in court


DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. -- A suspected serial killer appeared in DeKalb County Court Monday afternoon.

Aeman Presley is accused of killing four people across two counties. In DeKalb, he is charged with gunning down 53-year-old Calvin Gholston on Sept. 27, 2014. Gholston was homeless; he was killed at the shopping center where he often slept.

DeKalb employee indicted on 9 felony counts


BROOKHAVEN, GA (WXIA) -- Another DeKalb County official has been indicted on corruption charges.

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Robert Lundsten was the chief of staff for disgraced county commissioner Elaine Boyer, who is headed to prison for stealing from the county.

A grand jury indicted Lundsten on Thursday on six counts of theft by taking and three counts of making false statements.

Decatur man charged in videotaped spring break sex assault

Decatur man charged in videotaped spring break sex assault

DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. – A Decatur man has been arrested in connection with a videotaped sexual assault that took place on a crowded Florida beach during spring break.

According to the DeKalb County Sheriff's Office, 21-year-old George Kennedy was arrested on Tuesday at LaVista Colony Court in Decatur.

3 things to know before filing a tax extension

3 things to know before filing a tax extension

By Chris Smith

With this year’s tax deadline rapidly approaching, you may find that filing an extension is a good option for you. But before you plan to do that, here are three things you’ll want to keep in mind.

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Taxes are due April 15. The extension only gives you additional time to file your return; it is not an extension of time to pay the tax that may be due. The assessed tax, even if you have not yet determined how much it is, is due by the April 15 deadline.

Mystery man who lost money at Chick-fil-A found

Mystery man who lost money at Chick-fil-A found

DECATUR, GA (WXIA) – Mystery solved – We now know who it was who accidentally left hundreds of dollars in cash at a Chick-fil-A in downtown Decatur.

The mystery about the unidentified man who had dropped the cash onto the floor of the restaurant -- and then walked out not realizing he'd dropped it -- was solved Friday when he came forward.

And he recovered his cash, with gratitude to the employee who'd found it.

"Thank you, thank you, thank you!" the man said.

The man's name is Victor Long, an Atlanta attorney who practices civil rights law. Long said Friday he thought he would never be able to figure out where he'd lost the money, and would never see it again.

Another weekend of minimal road construction

Another weekend of minimal road construction

(WXIA) -- You'll see less construction than usual on Atlanta's interstates and highways this weekend -- and you have the Braves to thank for it.

Due to Friday's home opener at Turner Field, as well as spring break, the Georgia Department of Transportation has suspended its typical weekend roadwork.

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No lane closures will take place on the surface streets around Turner Field. However, emergency-related closures are always a possibility.

Man leaves hundreds of dollars on the floor of a Chick-fil-A in Decatur


DECATUR, Ga. (WXIA) -- The search is on to identify a Chick-fil-A customer who certainly must want to be found, all because of what he lost at the restaurant.

The man dropped a wad of cash -- accidentally dropped hundreds of dollars in cash -- onto the dining room floor of a Chick-fil-A in Decatur.

Then he left.