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An Ohio woman at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport was seen spraying a fire extinguisher near her Delta gate and would not quit until she was arrested. It happened on January 17 and witnesses say the altercation started over her food bill.

In an Instagram video published by @ATLScoop, the woman identified as Jennifer Holder, 27, is seen walking around with a fire extinguisher trying to open a door where people usually line up for the terminal

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A FedEx employee in Douglasville, GA caught a man on camera yelling racial slurs at them while they were on the clock, and the employee is being praised for keeping their calm.

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Christmas is just around the corner and if you're headed to Georgia for the holidays, you might have one of the best celebrations yet. Atlanta, GA, was ranked the second-best city in the U.S. to observe the celebrations.

The study was done by Wallethub and researchers looked for spending costs and budgeting for gifts as well as different traditions. ATL came out on top, just below Seattle, WA, taking No. 1 on the list.

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Four Labor and Delivery nurses in Atlanta got the axe after posting a viral TikTok sharing their "icks" about maternity patients last week. The clip has since been deleted from TikTok, but it made its way to Twitter and people have mixed feelings about it.

The nurses worked at Emory University Hospital Midtown and, according to 11Alive, the social post was viewed over 100K times before removal.

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Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene was banned on Twitter in January 2022 for, as she quoted, "COVID misinformation." However, she's back and is still making posts about — you guessed it — coronavirus.

According to Twitter, their COVID-19 policy is no longer enforced, which opened the floodgates for many people to recover their accounts.

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