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Code orange smog alert issued

Code orange smog alert issued

ATLANTA -- Georgia's Environmental Protection Division says the Air Quality Index for Metro Atlanta is 101 on Monday. 


The EPD says the figure means Atlanta's air is unhealthy for sensitive groups, and it's issued an orange smog alert for the area.


The agency says children, people who are sensitive to ozone and people with heart or lung disease should limit prolonged outdoor exertion during the late afternoon or early evening when ozone concentrations are highest.


High temperatures are expected to be in the 80s on Monday and approaching 90 on Tuesday.

Guide to Getting Dumped

Guide to Getting Dumped

Now we all know getting dumped is the worse feeling ever in life. It’s like humiliation and a heart attack wrapped into one. But in actuality getting dumped is a new start, a chance to start all the way over!

Is It REALLY Over?

Acceptance is key. You can’t stop the heartbreak and move on until you severe your ties with your ex. Don’t try and keep in touch under the cloak of  friendship. Maybe you can be friends later on but for the time being the pain is too raw and it’s to easy to wind up in a yo-yo relationship.  Give yourself a “lot” of space.

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Viewer submitted pictures of storm damage in the Metro area

Viewer submitted pictures of storm damage in the Metro area

Atlanta, GA--  At least five people were killed by the storms that tore through North Georgia late Monday night and early Tuesday morning. Atlanta Police said one person was found dead in a vehicle crushed by a fallen tree at West Marietta Street at Tilden Street in Northwest Atlanta.  Here we have a few pictures from viewers who live in the metro area.

Atlanta's Department of Public Works says they are Ready for the Snow on Sunday...

Atlanta's Department of Public Works says they are Ready for the Snow on Sunday...

Atlatna, GA--  Snow is the forecast for Sunday night into Monday, and 11Alive has been on the case asking the city if they are ready for the snow and how do they intend to respond to the ice.

The Department of Public Works  says that they "seek to maintain access in the immediate vicinity of emergency facilities such as hospitals, police stations and emergency shelters."  Of course, these areas can not be the only routes that take priority.  Thousands of residents will be on the roads and Public Works has acquired 6 sand trucks to distribute over 300 tons of sand to the city's 200 centerline miles. (which includes 40 bridges)

Priority routes are consistent with the functional street classification hierarchy which is based on the volume of traffic served and the connectivity provided:

  • first priority routes reflect major arterial  streets;  (e.g.

See Atlanta's Christmas Snow Photos

See Atlanta's Christmas Snow Photos

Atlanta, GA--  It was the 1st snow on Christmas Day in the Metro Atlanta area in more than 100 years. 

A number of our readers and viewers sent in their favorite pictures from the special Christmas surprise.

Send in yours and see the entire gallery by clicking here.

City of Atlanta Re-opens Rosel Fann Recreation Center Tonight for Residents

ATLANTA --- The City of Atlanta announced today that Rosel Fann Recreation Center will re-open from 8 p.m. tonight to 7 a.m. Wednesday for residents who may be adversely affected by tonight's frigid weather. 

Atlanta Police Department, Atlanta Fire & Rescue and EMS personnel will be at the recreation center. The AFRD will have an Advance Life Support Unit assigned to the facility during the operational hours on a rotational basis and a First-Aid station also will be on-site.

City staff will provide blankets, cots and water to residents who come to the center which is located at 365 Cleveland Ave. SE, Atlanta, GA  30354.  The City strongly encourages all residents who lack adequate shelter or heat to seek assistance this evening. For more information, please call the Mayor’s Office of Constituent Services at (404) 330-6023.