Atlanta

"I am not going to negotiate with gang members. I am not going to allow pleas. We are going to find you, we are going to convict you and we’re going to send you to the prison for the rest of your days, and I’m not apologizing for that." - Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis speaking on the 220-count indictment against 26 alleged member of the Rich Drug gang

“Whomever is placing items of discovery online is not doing anybody a favor. It is totally inappropriate to try to try this case in social media. This case will be tried fairly and justly in Fulton County Superior Court.” - Brian Steel, defense attorney for Young Thug

One 36-year-old Atlanta man wasn't kidding when he told a Subway Sandwich Artist to "hold the mayo." In fact, he killed her over it.

The College Park "Drip or Drown" rapper joined Goodr founder Jasmine Crowe to open a no-cost grocery and clothing store at Ronald E. McNair middle school.

The MLB player was booked after an alleged domestic violence dispute with his wife over the weekend.

Thugger and Gunna say they plan on bailing more inmates out in the future and hope their generosity inspires other artists to do the same.