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Pastor Protection Bill Passes First Test Thu., February 4, 2016 5:19pm (EST)

The legislation, sponsored by Rep. Kevin Tanner (R-Dawsonville), made it through a House Judiciary Subcommittee Thursday with minor changes.

GPA Executive Director Curtis Foltz Steps Down

Foltz says the time is right. Chief Operating Officer Griff Lynch will succeed him.

Georgia Lawmaker Wants STEM Classes To Count More For HOPE Scholarship

Rep. Jan Jones' (R-Milton) bill making that change heads to the Senate.

Undocumented Students Will Continue To Pay Out-Of-State Tuition

The Supreme Court of Georgia rejected an appeal Monday that would have allowed those immigrants to pay cheaper in-state tuition.

Still Toasting To Poet Robert Burns After All These Years

Scottish poet Robert Burns died more than 200 years ago, but his work is still cause for celebration. Each year in late January, fans of the poet hold dinner parties in his honor around the world. GPB's Sam Whitehead attended a Burns Supper in Athens, Georgia to find out why...

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TCSFKAJATG - Coming Feb. 16 to Augusta University Tue., January 26, 2016 12:45pm (EST)

First things first. Since the last Jazz at the G concert, the name of the university where these events take place has changed. They’re now on the campus of Augusta University. So we have to...

Classical, with a touch of Jazz, at GPB-Augusta CMCS Holiday Concert | December 1st

Pines trees, sleigh rides, snow-covered fields, family visits, and extra-large meals."How the Grinch Stole...""It’s beginning to look a lot like…""I’m...

Jazz At The G Nov. 10th, 2015: This Time, It's All About the Students

Jazz At The G #2 - Tuesday, November 10th at Maxwell Theatre on the GRU (soon to be Augusta University) campus  One of the characteristics of student musical ensembles is that the personnel...