Christine Edwards, Mark Mckay, Marcy Williams discussed on Atlanta's Morning News
Afternoon. You're a chance later today, 40%. The high of 85 for Christine Edwards. I'm Channel two action news meteorologist Brad Knit, always on the South side at Northside perimeter that Southside jams unusual between I 75 I 85 but we had a crash that how lanes brunt Now, after the right, Judy about westbound at Riverdale Road Exit 60 big jam across the North side perimeter into the work zone. 25 westbound flowing Peachtree Industrial Boulevard to 400 spotter. Mark McKay 95.5 wsb Deputy recipe News Time is 7 32. This is Atlanta's morning news. Here's Marcy Williams and jutting above the long way. In turns violent across the metro area. Tubal DSPs, Michelle write. Reports live as authorities search for the shooters. Today, PD investigators looking for whom ever opened fire at the market lounge during a black gay pride celebration, injuring five people. Witnesses tell Channel two action news. It started with a fight. Gunshots went off. And people just started running. Meanwhile, a spilled drink at a bar and Rockdale County leads to three people being shot there. Police do have a suspect in custody. Seven people are shot in a bar and Athens That suspect turns himself in. Then, while visiting family in Warner Robins over the weekend, a 15 year old volleyball player at McDonogh High is killed when someone opens fire on a group of teens. Police are still searching for that shooter. Unfortunately, The violence has not stopped. Police are investigating Three other incidents this morning Reporting live Michelle right, 95.5 ws before teenagers are among at least 16 people killed in crashes over Labor Day weekend A total of 21 people were killed over the holiday period last year. Georgia State Patrol says Three of the teens died when a car across the center line on Highway three in Dalton Friday night, causing a head on crash. The cabbie Mt. Was hit and killed early Saturday when he got out of his vehicle to help US stranded driver in troop county President Biden today gets a firsthand look at destruction in the Northeast caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ida. He'll visit New York and New Jersey, where Governor Phil Murphy applause the administration for declaring a federal disaster in six county individuals are now eligible for money. In those counties. At least 50 people were killed in the Northeast one record setting rains flooded homes and roads. About two thirds of New Orleans now has power back more.