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ATL-LAX American Airlines flight diverted to Dallas


DALLAS (WFAA/WXIA) -- An American Airlines flight from Atlanta to Los Angeles was diverted to Dallas Tuesday afternoon after the flight reported an issue with the plane's hydraulics, according to an airline spokesperson.

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American Airlines Flight 2437 had 127 passengers and five crew members. The passengers were placed on another aircraft to continue their trip to Los Angeles.

No injuries were reported.

Man accused of stalking 16-year old boy arrested


COLLEGE PARK, Ga. -- Police in College Park say a man accused of stalking a young boy for sex has been arrested.

Authorities say the man approached the same 16-year-old boy twice and sexually assaulted him in one of those incidents.

Police said both incidents happened along Godby Road near Old National Highway in College Park.

They said the first incident happened in late May in front of the US Post Office on Godby Road. The boy was walking on the sidewalk when the man pulled up in a car and asked him for directions.

Widow of man killed by stray bullet asks for help


COLLEGE PARK, Ga. -- The widow of a father of four shot and killed by a errant bullet is asking for help.

Robert Moore, 53, died when a stray bullet from a gunfight outside his College Park apartment went through a wall striking and killing him.

The family is hoping to raise money for a funeral and to move out of the apartment complex.

College Park man killed by stray bullet during shootout


COLLEGE PARK, GA (WXIA) – Police said they expect to make more arrests after a father was shot and killed by a stray bullet while watching TV in his bed.

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College Park police are working to close in on at least four people involved in the wild and fatal shootout that killed 52-year-old Robert Moore.

Moore had a large and loving and close family – which, they will tell you as they comfort one another, says everything about him.

"My dad was awesome," said his daughter, Precious Moore. "He was all about family, definitely."

College Park father killed by stray bullet


COLLEGE PARK, Ga. -- A College Park father was killed by a stray bullet from a gunfight late Thursday, according to police.

Authorities have made one arrest and are searching for other suspects in connection with the shooting.

The incident happened at around 11:50 p.m. at the Chastain Crossings Apartments in the 2600 block of Roosevelt Highway.

Authorities said the shooting was prompted after a tenant got upset about other residents sitting on his car while watching a basketball game. Investigators said when the men refused to move, the car's owner went inside and retrieved his gun. When he brought it outside, others also pulled out their weapons.

At least 15 shots were fired from several different weapons, police said.

Woman missing from Atlanta airport found at hospital


ATLANTA -- A missing woman who didn't make her connecting flight in Atlanta on Sunday has been found at Atlanta Medical Center.

According to a spokesperson with the Atlanta Police Department, Anna Giannini, 32, flew into Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport around 5:10 p.m. that day but was not on her connecting flight to Albuquerque, N.M.

Giannini's identity was confirmed Friday at around 8:45 a.m. She is reportedly in fair condition at the hospital and shows no visible injuries.

Police said they notified Giannini's family that she has been found.

Airport photo reignites Georgia's gun law debate


ATLANTA -- Jim Cooley says when he went to drop his daughter off at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson Airport, he did not expect to draw the attention of airport patrons and police.

Instead, he says, he just did what has become routine over the past five years: when he leaves the house, he takes his gun.

"I carry my gun everywhere I go," Cooley said. "It's important to be armed at all times because you never know when or if something's gonna happen."

Cooley told 11Alive's Blayne Alexander that he owns two guns: a 9 millimeter handgun and an AR-15 rifle. For last Thursday's airport trip, Cooley chose to take the latter.