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Gun Debate Divides Nation's Police Officers, Too Fri., October 9, 2015 3:39pm (EDT)

After the mass shooting in Roseburg, Ore., last week, the national media gave a lot of attention to the fact that the local sheriff, John Hanlin, is an ardent supporter of gun rights. What wasn't widely reported was how common views like Hanlin's have become in law enforcement.

UPDATE: Storm Hits South Carolina, Little Flooding In Savannah

Despite forecasts calling for heavy rainfall through the weekend, the worst of this weekend’s storm hit farther north in South Carolina, causing flooding in Charleston.

Mars Is Having The Best Week Ever: A GPB Sci-Tech Q&A

On Friday, the new movie The Martian opens in theaters, and it’s already generating some positive buzz for its depiction of a near-future NASA rescue mission to the red planet.

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

Making Designers Out Of Everyone With 3D Printing

The Museum of Design Atlanta is working to make sure 3D printing--and the problem solving it enables--stays in the hands of regular people.

Debate Flares Over High School's Rebel Mascot

Some see a legacy of hate and exclusion behind the mascot many consider a school tradition.

Have You Heard

(This story also appears on Medium.) As GPB takes a look at transportation throughout Georgia, we’re not just interested in what moves you (that is, #WhatMovesYouGA); we’re also looking at what...

Mapping a Carless Life

(This story also appears on Medium.) There’s nothing like car troubles to make you think about the other transportation options available to you. To pull back the curtain on my life a bit, for...

GPB-Augusta partners with Georgia Regents University Department of Music to launch "The Classical Music Concert Series"

Music is major on the campus of Georgia Regents University (soon to be Augusta University)! Take a quick glance at the calendars for the venues on campus and you’ll find a menagerie of melodies...