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Top 10 Farmers Markets in Metro Atlanta

ATLANTA -- It's springtime in the South, which means flowers are in bloom, pollen counts are high, and fruits and veggies are fresh.

Along with Waffle Houses and Chick-fil-As, Atlantans can find farmers market just around the corner. Here are the Top 10 Farmers Markets in the metro area.

1. Sweet Auburn Curb Market
This farmers market is a staple in one of Atlanta's oldest neighborhoods, the Old Fourth Ward. Open Monday - Saturday from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m., this market offers everything from gluten-free pastries to fresh fish. The market is also home to a host of restaurants including Grindhouse Burgers and Miss D's New Orleans Pralines. Variety isn't something this market is lacking. Parking is free with a validated ticket. The market is located at 209 Edgewood Avenue Southeast.

Gov. Deal intends to sign immigration, APS bills

Gov. Deal intends to sign immigration, APS bills

ATLANTA -- Gov. Nathan Deal tells 11Alive News that he intends to sign the illegal immigration bill now on his desk. The bill, which has been compared to Arizona-style immigration reform, passed with just hours left in the final day of the General Assembly's legislative session.

Deal supported tough immigration measures in Congress and campaigned on the issue in the governor's race, but refrained from commenting on the legislation while it was still pending.

Deal said he hopes Georgia and other states that are enacting similar legislation will help spur Congress to take action nationally.

He said he and his staff have studied the legislation as it progressed, and they said they feel it will pass legal muster.

VIDEO: Arrested Development Metromix Soundcheck

ATLANTA -- It's hard to believe it's been more than two decades since Arrested Development emerged on the music scene. The group started right here in Atlanta and members still live in the metro area, from Fayetteville to Snellville.

This year they're celebrating the 20th anniversary of their first hit, "Tennessee" and debuting a new album called 'Strong.'

"We're very proud of it," said lead vocalist Speech. "We're also working on a mix tape called '20'."

Arrested Development visited 11Alive on Friday morning for a live Metromix Soundcheck performance.

APD launches email/text alert service

ATLANTA -- The Atlanta Police Department has launched a new system that allows it to send crime alerts directly to your cellphone or email.

To select which one of the city's police zones you'd like to receive information on, and to sign up for the service, visit http://www.atlantapd.org/alertregistration/.

Starting Today register online to join IPNA and the Inman Park Security Patrol

Starting Today register online to join IPNA and the Inman Park Security Patrol

Inman Park, GA --  (submitted by Judy from Inman Park Yahoo Group)  Yes, it is true. Starting TODAY, you can join the Inman Park Neighborhood Association (IPNA) and the Inman Park Security Patrol ONLINE. You can pay your fees with PayPal after you complete the application form. Or, you can print the form from the website and mail your form and check to the address given on the form.

If you are a new or a renewing member, go to www.inmanpark.org <http://www.inmanpark.org/>  and click on IPNA Membership and Public Safety.

You can join IPNA for $10 per person over 18. You are eligible to join if you live in Inman Park, own a business in Inman Park or own property in Inman Park. Your contact information will be published in the extremely valuable Inman Park Directory.

Another round of outages, cleanup after storms

Another round of outages, cleanup after storms

ATLANTA -- Monday night's fast-moving storms weren't nearly as bad as what we saw a week ago, but people in parts of North Georgia are again cleaning up damage. 

Power back on for most Metro Atlantans

Power back on for most Metro Atlantans

ATLANTA -- More than 400,000 Georgia customers lost power in the wake of Monday night's storm. After a massive effort involving crews from eight states, all but about 500 Metro Atlantans are back online.

The homes and businesses still in the dark were evenly split between Georgia Power and Georgia Electric Membership Corporation customers as of Thursday morning. Statewide, just over 4,600 were still without power.

Cleanup will take much longer. Wild winds late Monday and Tuesday morning snapped power poles and trees like twigs across the region.

At least nine people were killed by the storms that tore through the Southeast. Bright lightning, loud thunder and wind gusts above 60 miles per hour streaked through, dumping rain and hail across the region.