"The Brady Bunch" mom, Florence Henderson, dies.
House fire kills three family members.
Shoppers don't wait for Black Friday in metro Atlanta.
President Obama took time this Thanksgiving holiday to speak with those serving our country overseas.
Donald Trump's "Make America Great Again" Christmas ornament is making quite a splash online.
The Georgia Department of Labor announced today that Metro Columbus’ unemployment rate in October was unchanged at 6.2 percent from September to October.
Elton John will not be performing at President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration, despite claims from a staffer that he is.
Anne Frank poem sales for $148,000 at auction.
Heinz has recalled one of its popular gravy products days before Thanksgiving due to a possible allergy risk.
Navy: personal data for 130,000+ sailors breached.
You've seen the exclusive video WLTZ First News drone has captured.
President-Elect Trump heads to his Florida estate this afternoon, putting his transition on hold for a few days for Thanksgiving.
Governor Robert Bentley on Monday signed a proclamation formally declaring November 26th as Small Business Saturday in Alabama.
New York Times: Facebook building censorship software in an attempt to get into China.
Once again Auburn University and the University of Alabama will square off on the football field for the renowned Iron Bowl. This year the two teams will play on Alabama's turf in Tuscaloosa, and as WLTZ's Dorothy Sherman explains this continuously brewing rivalry is highlighting something greater.
Facebook to add 500 jobs in London.
The Georgia Department of Economic Development’s Tourism division last week announced that Georgia has been selected as one of National Geographic Traveler magazine’s 21 “Best of the World” destinations for 2017.
Firefighter dies while rescuing people who fell into river after ramp collapse.
Judge will decide on delaying Donald Trump's lawsuit.