Willisha Jones, center, mother of 18-month-old Jesstin Sellers, is comforted by Pastor Michael Lewis of Mt. Nebo Baptist Church during a candlelight vigil for the toddler in Southeast Atlanta. At right is Sellers' great grandmother Mabel Russell.
Bicyclists cruise along the Beltline past a mural by HENSE under Virginia Avenue.
DeKalb Police handcuff an armed robbery suspect who was being escorted from court when a second suspect grabbed an officer's gun and shot the officer twice.
Police officers await the arrival of Riverdale Police Maj. Greg Barney's family at Riverdale City Hall before a viewing and memorial service. Barney was shot and killed as police served a warrant at an apartment complex.
As dawn breaks following the first winter storm of the 2014, the Connector Southbound is clogged with cars and trucks that were stuck overnight while trying to leave Downtown Atlanta.
Friends of the UGA students who died in a car crash Wednesday night grieve during a vigil at Milton High School.
Roswell Mayor Jere Wood gives welcoming remarks during the Roswell Remembers Memorial Day celebration.
Samarah Bagby, 8, stares at a candle during a vigil for Isaiah Ward, who was hit and killed while walking on the sidewalk with his brother.
Bernie Sanders waves to the crowd as he takes the podium at his campaign rally at Morehouse College.
Atlanta poet and Emory professor Kevin Young, shown at Ticonderoga Club in the Krog Street Market has published nine books including "Blue Laws: Selected and Uncollected Poems, 1995-2015."
Jill Stuckey places "Jimmy Carter for Cancer Survivor" signs in downtown Plains in advance of the President's return to his hometown. Stuckey printed 500 of the signs after seeing one in a Mike Luckovich cartoon drawn just after Carter announced that he had cancer.
Lightning lights up the sky over Midtown Atlanta.
Marine Lance Corporal Kurt Bright, who was best friends with Skip Wells, greets Wells' mother Cathy Wells just after arriving at a memorial service at Sprayberry High School.
Opening Day at Turner Field Dan Uggla, top, and Justin Upton get the red carpet treatment as they take the field before a tribute to Hank Aaron and a game against the Mets.
Gerry Burke of Duluth waits with the A wave before running the AJC Peachtree Road Race barefoot on Saturday.
What at first looks like it could be a double murder scene in Midtown is actually two workers inspecting a sinkhole that opened up on Boulevard Place.
Marietta resident Valerie Ward, from left, and her daughters Rochelle Ward and Jasmine Ward hold hands in prayer at the end of the “Respect Black Life: I Am Trayvon Martin” march and rally. More than 1,000 people turned out for the protest that started in the West End and ended at CNN Center.
Relatives including Misty Henderson, center, are overcome as the buses with their loved-ones pull into the parking lot at Walmart to be reunited with them after shots were fired at McNair Discovery Learning Academy and the school was evacuated. Henderson had two grandchildren at the school at the time.
House Majority Leader Larry O'Neal is all smiles as papers fly through the air just after midnight when the 2014 Legislative session comes to a close. In an annual tradition, Legislators celebrate the end of the session with their own version of confetti made from printed copies of bills and resolutions.