WABE's Week In Review: Trump's picks win runoffs and Atlanta businesses get financial relief from water emergency

Republican Brian Jack speaks to a voter after a rally in Newnan, Ga. on Monday, June 10, 2024. (AP Photo/Jeff Amy)

Honoring those who served…

Harris in town…

Also in this episode…

–Marlon Hyde has more on small businesses in Atlanta getting financial help to recover from devastating water main breaks that began a few weeks ago.

–Sam Gringlas reports on two former Trump Administration officials who will be the Republican nominees for a pair of Congressional seats along the Alabama border.

–Chamian Cruz has more on United States Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen laying the groundwork in Atlanta to combat fentanyl trafficking through the southern border.

–Marisa Mecke reports on service workers in Georgia who are calling for better working conditions in hot weather.

–DorMiya Vance tells us about how a rock wall in College Park became a pawn in a political back and forth.

–Jim Burress reports on a new card game that aims to let those frustrated by Atlanta traffic to take control.

–Also, the Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta have named the first woman of color to be the CEO of the organization.