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Police search for suspects who cut power during store robbery

ATLANTA -- Police are searching for suspects who cut power to a business during a burglary at a southwest Atlanta business.

Falling trees leave unpleasant surprise for Atlanta family

ATLANTA -- Saturated grounds due to constant rain are partly to blame for numerous trees coming down in metro Atlanta in the last 24 hours threatening life and property.

11Alive traveled to southwest Atlanta where a single tree damaged a family's home and vehicle.

Woman shot at SW Atlanta apartment

ATLANTA -- An Atlanta woman is clinging to life after she was shot in her apartment Saturday afternoon.

The woman was listed in critical condition after undergoing surgery at Grady Memorial Hospital.

Investigators are still trying to piece together exactly what lead up to this shooting.

Community groups "Occupy the Corners" in West End to stop the violence.

ATLANTA -- Friday night, dozens of people gathered in the West End of Atlanta to "occupy the corners" after a series of violent attacks on students and residents in the area.

Organizers said the demonstration is a way to connect the two groups and show power with solidarity.

2 killed in southwest Atlanta shooting

Students robbed at gunpoint, pepper sprayed outside library

ATLANTA -- Students are on edge about two separate attacks on a public street within the Clark Atlanta University campus. Both victims were pepper sprayed and one was robbed at gun point.

The attacks happened outside the Robert W. Woodruff Library which is used by students at several surrounding schools.

The attacks happened twice in less than a week. All the victims are female, and it may have been the same person behind the attacks.

"I wasn't really sure what was going on. There was a lot of commotion," Anessa Trask said.

Trask stumbled upon the victim of Saturday's attack just after someone pepper sprayed the student and stole her iPhone.

"She had her hands on her eyes. She was still wiping her eyes so I'm guessing it was still stinging," she said.

Monument for fallen APD officers missing

ATLANTA (WXIA) -- A day after the third anniversary of the death of two Atlanta Police helicopter pilots, there are questions about what happened to a monument put up in their honor.

It has been gone for months and even the victim's families aren't sure what's happened.

Just last year, not far from where the helicopter crashed in southwest Atlanta, the city put in an installment that included a plaque on a metal pole to remember the officers. After a car crash that wiped out the sign, family members want to know where is it and why hasn't it been put back up.

“It feels like a lifetime ago, yet it feels like just yesterday,” said Terra Smiley, when speaking of her husband, Shawn.