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Hurricane Michael Federal Resources Available In Southwest Georgia

If you or your loved ones were affected by Hurricane Michael, food and water resources are available at distribution points across Southwest Georgia. A full list of locations is now available online on GEMA’s website at gema.ga.gov. Please click to read more.

October 16, 2018

Today on On Second Thought

Join us every weekday for timely conversations about all topics relating to Georgia. Listen today at 9 am or streaming live at GPB.org.

October 16, 2018

Political Rewind

Tune in for Political Rewind today at 2 pm on GPB Radio as host Bill Nigut reviews the week in politics and what's ahead.

October 16, 2018

Atlanta Press Club Debates

GPB is proud to partner with the Atlanta Press Club to present the Loudermilk-Young Debate Series. Follow the link to learn more and view the debate schedule.

October 16, 2018

Information Literacy In The 21st Century

Here's how you can help them navigate a daunting media landscape that never seems to turn off.

October 16, 2018

New York City Creates Gender-Neutral Designation For Birth Certificates

People who were born in New York City and do not identify as male or female can now select the gender-neutral designation of X on their birth certificates. Mayor Bill de Blasio signed the provision into law last week. In 2014, the city passed a law that removed the requirements of surgery and legal name-change for transgender people who wished to change the gender designated on their birth certificate from female to male or male to female. Now, gender nonconforming or non-binary transgender people can also choose an option they say honors their identities, also without surgery or legal name-change. The law gives New Yorkers the freedom to "tell the government who they are and not the other way around," de Blasio said . "As a non-binary trans person, I intimately understand the discrimination our communities face as a result of mismatched or inaccurate identity documents," said Ashe McGovern, Director of the NYC Unity Project in a statement . "With this move, the Mayor is signaling
October 17, 2018

It's Legal. In Canada, Recreational Marijuana Gets Green Light

Starting Wednesday, the sale of recreational marijuana begins in Canada following a law passed over the summer. The law says anyone in Canada over the age of 18 is allowed to possess marijuana, provided it's less than 30 grams — just over an ounce. Canadians can also grow up to four marijuana plants in their home and buy from a provincially regulated retailer. The country had months to prepare for the law's launch. The House of Commons and the Senate approved legalization in June , and later scheduled the law to go into effect on Wednesday. Keeping the drug illegal in the years prior "has allowed criminals and organized crime to profit, while failing to keep cannabis out of the hands of Canadian youth," the government said in a news release last year. The Canadian Department of Justice says historically, the majority of police-reported drug offenses have involved marijuana. The government of Canada will oversee production and manufacturing of the drug. Provincial and municipal
October 17, 2018

Chief Justice Roberts Tells Audience Supreme Court Will Work For 'One Nation'

Chief Justice John Roberts, in his first remarks about the contentious appointment of new Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, sought to convince a law school audience that the court "does not serve one party or one interest, we serve one nation." Speaking at the University of Minnesota Law School Tuesday, Roberts opened his remarks by saying that he wanted to discuss "events in Washington in recent weeks." "I will not criticize the political branches. We do that often enough in our opinions," quickly adding he would speak about how "the judicial branch is, how it must be, very different." Roberts said he has great respect for public officials since "they speak for the people." "That commands a certain degree of humility from those of us in the judicial branch who do not," he said. "We do not speak for the people, but we speak for the Constitution." Roberts made his remarks before "the main event" during which he was scheduled to be interviewed by law professor Robert A. Stein
October 17, 2018

FCC Chief Calls For Investigation Of Florida Cellphone Service Outages

Updated at 8:23 p.m. ET Florida residents still trying to piece together their lives in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael are missing one much needed tool: reliable cellphone service. Amid reports of ongoing and widespread outages, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, Ajit Pai, is calling for an investigation of the problem. He is also calling for wireless carriers to waive October bills of Florida customers in areas hit by the hurricane. "Even though efforts to restore communications services have been going well in most of the areas affected by Hurricane Michael, the slow progress in restoring wireless service in areas close to where the hurricane made landfall is completely unacceptable," Pai said in a statement . Pai said that he has had regular contact with cellphone companies and that he is concerned that they have not acted with urgency. "I am therefore joining Governor Scott in calling on wireless carriers to waive the bills of Floridians in these affected
October 16, 2018

After Barrage Of Criticism, USA Gymnastics Interim President And CEO Resigns

After four days at the helm, former California congresswoman Mary Bono, who was picked to lead USA Gymnastics, resigned Tuesday. She was appointed as interim president and chief executive officer of the troubled organization on Friday. "My withdrawal comes in the wake of personal attacks that, left undefended, would have made my leading USAG a liability for the organization," Bono said in her resignation letter . In announcing Bono's appointment, USA Gymnastics touted her past as a "former gymnast who trained in a variety of clubs with several different coaches over 10 years" and her work as an attorney with Faegre Baker Daniels Consulting in Washington, D.C. Her decision comes after survivors of sexual abuse by Larry Nassar , including several of the sport's biggest stars, ratcheted up their criticism of the beleaguered organization and their choice of Bono over her former law firm's ties to the doctor who is now serving an effective life sentence for federal child pornography and
October 16, 2018
Georgia at Work

Chattahoochee Tech’s New Aviation Academy Will Help Create Much Needed Workforce Pipeline In One Of Georgia’s Biggest Industries

The new academy will be in Paulding County, and the HOPE Career Grant will be cover tuition for eligible candidates.

October 16, 2018
GPB Sports Blog

State Rankings: No Big Changes In Top 10s

All the No. 1 teams held their position again this week

October 16, 2018
GPB Sports Blog

Seminole County Deals With Michael's Aftermath

It will be a while before things get back to normal in Donaldsonville

October 16, 2018
GPB Sports Blog

Football Fridays In Georgia Podcast

Listen to the Football Fridays in Georgia Podcast for the latest news

October 15, 2018
GPB Sports Blog

Weather Forces Changes In Georgia Schedule

Colquitt, Lowndes, Early counties among those affected

October 15, 2018

Education Blogs

Information Literacy In The 21st Century

Today, our students face a daunting media landscape that never seems to turn off and is hyper-driven by getting their attention. Here's how you can help them navigate it.

October 11, 2018

Celebrate Red Ribbon Week October 23-31

Unite the students in your classroom and throughout the school in a stand against drugs by celebrating Red Ribbon Week on October 23-31.

October 9, 2018

Georgia Department Of Education Provides Funding For Career Education Labs

​FastTrack grants support CTAE labs in Cobb, Henry, and Hall counties.

October 5, 2018

Education Spotlight

Physics In Motion

Physics in Motion is a new digital series for high school physics from Georgia Public Broadcasting. The series encourages inquiry-based learning, problem-solving, and critical thinking through...

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