Top Atlanta news: State subpoenas mayor, rival; Reproductive Justice Commission approved; more

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Here's what you need to know about what's happening in Atlanta.

Man dies after being stabbed several times in southwest

A stabbing in the 2100 block of Southwood Boulevard has left one man dead, police confirmed late Tuesday. 

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Secret Atlanta dinner party leaves paying customers with empty stomachs after last-minute change

The cheap seats for this event were $100 with more expensive tickets weighing in at more than $300.

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 Atlanta to host Miss Universe competition

For the first time, Atlanta will be the official home for the 2019 Miss Universe competition on Dec. 8.

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City Council votes to establish Reproductive Justice Commission

The Atlanta City Council unanimously decided to establish a commission that will provide recommendations on how to expand reproductive healthcare in Atlanta.

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State ethics commission subpoenas Atlanta mayor and her former political rival

Keisha Lance Bottoms and Mary Norwood, who were candidates in the 2017 mayoral runoff, are under investigation by the state's ethics commission.

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