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Learn about a study investigating whether freezing a hunger nerve that leads to the brain can aid in weight loss. Also, look at how incivility in the workplace reduces cognitive ability. Monday, February 18 at 8:00 pm

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GPB's Latest

The Black History Month Playlist on GPB Passport

"Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise" explores the prolific life of the 'I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings' author and activist who inspired generations with lyrical modern African-American thought, featuring interviews with Oprah Winfrey, Common, the Clintons and others. You can find this and many more titles that explore and celebrate black icons and stories this month on GPB Passport.

February 17, 2019

GPB Politics

Follow GPB's comprehensive coverage of the Georgia General Assembly and the latest in Georgia politics.

February 17, 2019

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.

February 17, 2019

Leah vs. Predator

GPB Atlanta Morning Edition host Leah Fleming is interviewing “The Predator” actor and stuntman Brian A. Prince, and she’s looking for a couple more co-hosts.

February 17, 2019

See Snap Judgment LIVE In Atlanta

Storytelling... with a beat. See the hit show featuring amazing performances by the nation's top storytellers, live. Click for ticket information.

February 17, 2019

Medical School Pushes Plan For More Doctors In Rural Georgia

One of Georgia's medical schools wants to embark on a plan that could put dozens of new doctors in rural parts of the state. Medical College of Georgia wants a program that would help pay tuition for doctors who serve in rural areas, where there's a need for more physicians, The Augusta Chronicle reported . Under the proposal, the Augusta institution also would expand by 50 students and shorten its medical school to three years.
February 18, 2019

Georgia Supreme Court Says Refusing Breath Test Isn't Evidence Of DUI

The Supreme Court of Georgia on Monday struck down as unconstitutional parts of Georgia statutory law that allow a person’s refusal to submit to a breath test upon being stopped for DUI to be used as evidence in the driver’s criminal trial.
February 18, 2019

Law Would Protect Those Who Break Into Hot Cars To Save Pets

A Georgia lawmaker is seeking protection for people who break into cars to rescue pets in hot weather. Sen. Kay Kirkpatrick is proposing legislation that would protect people from a lawsuit if they damage a vehicle to rescue an animal in danger, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported . The idea came out of a Senate committee studying whether laws are needed to regulate support or service animals, said the Republican, who is from the Atlanta suburb of Marietta. Kirkpatrick is adding language to an existing law protecting people who rescue children from hot cars, she said. It was passed after the 2015 death of 22-month-old Cooper Harris. Cooper was killed by his father Justin Ross Harris in a hot car in Cobb County. Harris, who moved to Georgia from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, was sentenced to life without parole. Kirkpatrick was put on the committee because she has a 14-year-old golden doodle therapy dog named Dobie, she said. While researching current laws, "I started noticing that there
February 18, 2019

Savannah Turning Vacant City-Owned Lots Into Tree Nurseries

Officials in Savannah are working to grow both jobs and the lush urban forest in Georgia's oldest city by turning vacant lots into tree nurseries.
February 18, 2019

Scott Mulvahill: Tiny Desk Concert

Scott Mulvahill has been trying to win the Tiny Desk Contest for each of its four years. He's always been one of our favorites, though he's never been our winner. The double bassist entered his song, "Begin Againers" in 2016 and though it wasn't the winning entry, we all loved it so much, I invited him to my desk to perform his extraordinary song. He opened the Tiny Desk with it, only this time he was joined by bandmates Jesse Isley and Josh Shilling who shared vocal harmonies. Scott Mulvahill honed his craft touring with the great bluegrass mandolin player Ricky Skaggs. "Playing bluegrass with him is like playing jazz with Miles Davis," Scott told the Tiny Desk crowd. Each of the three tunes Scott Mulvahill played represents different aspects of his creative spirit. He challenges himself to find ways to use the bass as a solo instrument, but its most common role is to accompany others. So he brought his band along for his most rollicking song, "Gold Plated Lie." There's a bit of
February 18, 2019
Education Matters

Georgia Educator, Army Veteran Named 2019 National Superintendent Of The Year

The American Association for School Administrators (AASA) named Bibb County Schools Superintendent Dr. Curtis L. Jones, Jr. the 2019 National Superintendent of the Year.

February 18, 2019
GPB Sports Blog

Football Fridays In Georgia Podcast

Join Jon Nelson and Tommy Palmer to catch up on latest coaching moves

February 15, 2019
MyGPB

What's New Next Week? February 14, 2019

Next week, GPB goes up in flames as we bring you two explosive premieres, as well as an intimate profile of an icon of the 20th century.

February 14, 2019
Education Matters

The Math, Science, And History Of Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is more than a time to pass out candy and cards. It’s a day that inspires engineering, a walk into ancient history, and mathematical techniques. Use the following resources to help...

Valentine’s Day is more than a time to pass out candy and cards. It’s a day that inspires engineering, a walk through ancient history, and mathematical techniques.

February 12, 2019
Education Matters

You Won't Need A Credit Card For These Personal Finance Resources, But They May Attract Interest

Free resources to help students navigate the world of personal finance.

February 11, 2019

Education Blogs

Georgia Educator, Army Veteran Named 2019 National Superintendent Of The Year

The American Association for School Administrators (AASA) named Bibb County Schools Superintendent Dr. Curtis L. Jones, Jr. the 2019 National Superintendent of the Year.

February 18, 2019

The Math, Science, And History Of Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is more than a time to pass out candy and cards. It’s a day that inspires engineering, a walk through ancient history, and mathematical techniques.

February 12, 2019

You Won't Need A Credit Card For These Personal Finance Resources, But They May Attract Interest

Free resources to help students navigate the world of personal finance.

February 11, 2019

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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