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A Georgia death row inmate scheduled to die later this month now has a clemency hearing.

The Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles set a Nov. 18 hearing for Marcus Ray Johnson. He’s...

Georgia has one more city. Yesterday, voters overwhelmingly approved a plan to create the city of Tucker, but they shot down a proposal for the city of LaVista Hills by a thin margin of just 136...

Bibb County voters have overwhelmingly approved a 1-cent education sales tax. The Telegraph reports that the measure passed with 75% of voters saying yes.

The extra penny of sales tax on...

In a closely contested mayoral race, incumbent Edna Jackson is headed to a runoff with challenger Eddie Deloach.

While neither candidate was able to gather at least 51% of the vote, Jackson...

DeKalb County could soon be home to two new cities, if voters today approve the creation of Tucker and LaVista Hills.

Briarcliff Baptist Church sits in the southwestern portion of what...

Mayors, sales taxes, and new cities are on the ballot, as voters across Georgia head to the polls Tuesday.

In Savannah, three candidates are challenging incumbent Mayor Edna Jackson. All...

At the public opening of the SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion visitors waited in line by the dozens to be escorted inside.

Traveling through midtown or Buckhead, they’re hard to miss – bright purple banners situated vertically along street posts that read “SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion.”

All signs point to the...

Neil Miller explains 3D modelling to a student in his 3D printing class at the Museum of Design Atlanta. (Sam Whitehead/GPB News)

3D printing has been used for years to solve all kinds of problems. Ford Motor Company has been using the technology since the 1980s for prototyping, and, recently, scientists have even used it to...

State officials are putting the brakes on $123 million dollars of road projects, due to uncertainty of federal funding.

The Georgia Department of Transportation was supposed to put those...

Cyclists ride by during Atlanta Streets Alive, an event produced by the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition. (Trevor Young/GPB News)

I love to ride my bicycle, but I’m usually too scared to ride it on the roads in Atlanta. Today, I’m taking a chance. It’s overcast, and I’m commuting to work on my bike.

“Okay, I am in...

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