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A new eviction moratorium is now in place and it comes as COVID cases are fueled by the contagious delta variant.
Athens joins Savannah and Atlanta as the latest Georgia cities to reinstitute a mask mandate.
The threat of eviction for Georgia renters is being pushed back for another 60 days.
Savannah’s mayor is calling it a “big blessing” that masks will be required when kids go back to school there today.
Atlanta Police Chief Rodney Bryant says a collaboration with federal, state and local partners -- called the summer plan -- is pushing the number of violent incidents down.
Phoebe Putney Hospital, once a COVID hotspot, is seeing a surge in infections.
Hospitals in Gainesville, Augusta, and Savannah are also treating dozens of new patients at numbers they hadn't seen since the start of 2021, before the vaccine was widely available.
An Atlanta area judge has enacted a county-wide moratorium keeping landlords from removing tenants struggling to pay their rent because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Georgia officials are pushing back on a number of federal lawsuits challenging SB 202, the state’s new 98-page election law.
A recycling company is promising one of the largest investments in Augusta's history.
Georgia health officials are saying vaccinations are now more urgent than ever.
A Southwest Georgia hospital says it's being forced to reopen an intensive care unit, as COVID hospitalizations rise.
And Republican lawmakers who represent Fulton County have officially kicked off a lengthy review process of the county election board.