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GPB Hosts Dinosaur Train Family Screening For Autism Awareness Month

April is Autism Awareness Month and GPB helped spread the word with a special Dinosaur Train screening on April 10. “Junior Conductors Academy” is a new episode in which Buddy and his...

April 18, 2016

Dinosaur Train Covers Autism With Two Special Episodes

On Wednesday, April 6th and Thursday, April 7th, two special back-to-back episodes will air at 11:30 a.m., titled Junior Conductor’s Academy: Part One and Junior Conductor’s Academy: Part...

April 4, 2016

CDC Speaks On Pregnancy & Alcohol | Ag Outlook | Malcolm Mitchell

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta say about three million women may be exposing their developing babies to alcohol. The CDC says fetal alcohol syndrome is preventable, and it'...

February 10, 2016

Documenting Syria | Higher Ed For Sale | Gun Violence Research

This month, Gov. Nathan Deal rescinded his order to ban Syrian refugees from coming to Georgia. Atlanta photographer Elizabeth Chappell returned from the region last spring after visiting the...

January 11, 2016

Teacher Shortage | Disease Detectives | Confederate Places

Georgia civil rights activist Mark George has filed a Department of Justice complaint against Georgia for using taxpayer money towards maintaining parks named after Confederate leaders and providing...

August 27, 2015

Farm-To-Table Family Memoir | Gripe Bag | Atlanta's Castle | Politifact

Atlanta is home to a sprawling century-old mansion known simply as “The Castle.” Some see it as a local treasure, while others have viewed it as a eyesore. The property is now nominated for the...

August 20, 2015

Bio Lab Mistakes | Cost Of Living In GA | Writing The Modern South

If you’ve moved to Georgia from out of state recently, you may have been told what a “deal” it is to live here: cheap housing, lower taxes and great Southern cooking at lower prices. But what’s the...

July 14, 2015

E.R.s After The A.C.A. | Clubs And Crime | Fast Growing Jobs

A new CDC study focused on one Atlanta neighborhood – Buckhead – and found that a decrease in the concentration of bars and other on-site drinking premises there led to a decrease in crime. Full...

June 3, 2015

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