Recently Dolce & Gabbana, Heineken, and Pepsi have been in the spotlight for tone-deaf ads. Here's a look at those and other controversial ad campaigns.
- Chase Elliott ends Kyle Busch's Truck Series dominance, earns $100,000 bounty to fight coronavirus
- Take 5: NHL restart plan makes dollars and sense
- Uber and Lyft drivers are suing New York state over unemployment benefits
- Reports: Players balk at MLB's pay-cut proposal
- Justice Department closes investigation of Kelly Loeffler, two other senators
- Location and design approved for proposed widening of Georgia Highway 42 in Locust Grove
- Stockbridge amphitheater construction delayed by weather, not by coronavirus
- Henry County celebrates Class of 2020 Day
- COMMENTARY: Piedmont Henry has met the COVID-19 challenge, continues to focus on patient care
- Georgia High School Association: Athletes can resume conditioning at school June 8
- Stockbridge grad Cailla Williams powered Clark Atlanta offense
- Eagle's Landing, McDonough earn Georgia High School Association Cooperative Spirit Sportsmanship Award
- LifeSouth now testing donors for COVID-19 antibodies
- The Rotary Club of Henry County provides lunches for health care workers at Piedmont Henry
- Locust Grove alum Meagan Pildner enjoys stellar debut season at Point University
POLL: Do you agree with Georgia Governor Brian Kemp's decision to reopen hair salons, gyms and bowling alleys?
This poll is not scientific. It is for entertainment purposes only.