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$4 housing for Hurricane Irma evacuees, but there’s a catch

2:30 pm Sep. 6, 2017

Residents in the possible path of Hurricane Irma seeking extremely budget-friendly shelter from the storm might like to know about this $4 per night offer in Atlanta.

If you’re staying a while it’s only $2 per night – a week’s booking makes the guest eligible for a 50 percent discount.

MORE: How Coastal Georgia and South Carolina are preparing for Irma

Delta adds flights as people flee Irma’s path

What to

Hillary Clinton takes the stage at the Fox Theatre in November

9:13 am Aug. 28, 2017

Former U.S. Sen., Secretary of State and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will take the stage of Atlanta’s Fox Theatre on Nov. 13 as part of her national book tour. Tickets go on sale Sept. 18.

“In cities across the US, Hillary will pull the curtain back on a story that’s personal, raw, detailed, and surprisingly funny,” a release said. “She’ll take audiences with her on a first-person journey, and bring

High-tech tickets and other gadgetry at Mercedes-Benz Stadium

4:00 pm Aug. 17, 2017

No chance of that moving forward. Instead, fans will scan digital tickets at auto checkpoints upon arrival; they’ll go through one of 140 magnetometer security checkpoints. Ticket holders may transfer their electronic billets or resell them through the NFL Ticket Exchange, a site you may want to check out if you haven’t already lined up season tickets.

“This season the Falcons do not anticipate having any single game tickets available to

Here’s where you can score some eclipse-watching glasses for free

11:21 am Aug. 17, 2017

You can’t find eclipse-watching glasses? The Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System is here to help.

MORE: Why Atlanta is emptying out ahead of the eclipse

How to watch the eclipse on television

What’s the forecast for the day of the eclipse?

The system, in partnership with the American Library Association (ALA) and STAR_Net has already given out 8,000 pairs of specs and will have a few more on hand Monday.

From a release just

Crash survivor stresses the importance of distraction-free driving

9:54 am Jul. 22, 2017

No matter what states you’ve motored through on your summer road trips, or perhaps just commuting around town, you’re bound to have seen those official Department of Transportation signs reminding you that texting and driving can be deadly (and, in many places, is illegal).

Molly Welch hopes you’ll absorb the meaning, and that you’ll keep your eyes on the road.

The 2005 Milton High School graduate was a junior journalism major