Thu., October 11, 2012 3:48pm
Vice President Joe Biden and GOP Vice Presidential nominee Paul Ryan face off in Kentucky during their first live, televised debate. Georgia political analysts are predicting more energy than last week’s Presidential debate.
Thu., October 11, 2012 8:40am
New data shows that the heavy rain we’ve been experiencing is lessening drought effects in North Georgia. That means it’s raining bigger profits for farmers.
Tue., October 9, 2012 5:37pm
The Board of Regents for the University System of Georgia will be meeting to give the green light to numerous construction and renovation projects at state colleges. The list includes both public and privately funded projects.
Tue., October 9, 2012 4:07pm
Registration to vote for the November 6th general election is now over if your local elections office has closed for the day.
Mon., October 8, 2012 4:00pm
Online retailers must now collect sales tax on all purchases, whether or not the seller has a store in Georgia. The new law levels the playing field for smaller, brick and mortar retailers.
Thu., October 4, 2012 4:00pm
Democrats and Republicans across Georgia are weighing in on Wednesday night’s political duel—the first debate between President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney. Even within his party, the President was largely viewed as cautious and missing opportunities to attack Romney on major issues.
Thu., October 4, 2012 8:47am
Election day is less than six weeks away and the deadline to register to vote in Georgia's General Election is Oct. 9th. But in at least one part of the state fewer Georgians are getting ready to vote.
Tue., October 2, 2012 3:14pm
The two candidates vying for Georgia’s new 9th district will have plenty of time to talk about their campaign platforms. Republican Doug Collins and Democrat Jody Cooley have four debates scheduled this month leading up to the November election. It’s a strategy that offers a public spotlight for the candidates to get their message to voters.
Wed., September 26, 2012 3:49pm
A new study shows public schools have experienced a trend in re-segregation, including here in Georgia. Analysis of Department of Education data reveals that a loss of diversity in classrooms is linked to fewer resources for minority students.
Wed., September 26, 2012 3:46pm
The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools is warning Clayton County school officials that the system’s accreditation is in jeopardy. In a letter to Superintendent Ed Heatley, SACS said that reports of infighting and governance issues among school board members could, “ put the school system’s current and future accreditation in jeopardy.”