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Local communities learn to fight back against child sex traffickers


ATLANTA -- The statistics are truly frightening.

Hundreds of young girls are exploited for sex by thousands of men each month. And that's just here in Georgia.

Employees file lawsuit against restaurant group after mass closures


 

ATLANTA -- More than seventy employees of restaurants including Noche, Smash, and Prime have filed a federal lawsuit against the Here To Serve Restaurant Group after their sudden closure Tuesday.

The lawsuit alleges three counts against Here To Serve, Oasis Outsourcing, Thomas Catherall, and Leigh Catherall:

Popular Atlanta restaurant group closes with little notice


 

ATLANTA -- Ten popular Atlanta restaurants will not open for business Tuesday after the ownership group closed to reorganize. 

Here to Serve Restaurants runs Prime, Strip, Noche, Twist, Smash Kitchen, Coast Seafood, and Shucks Oyster and Wine Bar. The company's website now carries a message saying, "We apologize for the inconvenience, we are working on reorganization. Hopefully, we will be here to serve you again soon!"

Employees of several of the restaurants told 11Alive News no one has passed along any official information. They've heard about the closings through word of mouth or when they showed up to work and found chains on the door.

15-second middle school fighting prompts outrage


ATLANTA (WXIA) -- Some Buckhead parents are alarmed to see videos of students at Sutton Middle School punching, pummeling and violently kicking one another at Sutton Middle School.

Arrest made in fatal Buckhead shooting


ATLANTA (WXIA) -- An overnight shooting in Buckhead between co-workers left one man dead and the second one behind bars.

The victim was shot multiple times, but what was most surprising for others who work in the building was that the shooting involved two men who are paid to help keep them safe.

Leaders to unveil new Buckhead cameras, license readers


ATLANTA (WXIA) -- City leaders are working on a plan to bring more cameras and crime-stopping technology to Buckhead neighborhoods, specifically residential areas.

Flock of sheep attacked in Atlanta neighborhood by wild dogs