May 24, 2018 11:12 AM
|Updated: August 13, 2020 11:50 PM
Members of the Congressional Jan. 6 committee held their first televised hearing Thursday. Lawmakers investigating the attack showed new video clips of the insurrection, including damning testimony from top Trump advisors and people who were there that day. Among the first witnesses was an Atlanta native and U.S. Capitol police officer.
Voting rights organizations are challenging a recently drawn map for school board districts in Cobb County.
During the pandemic the U.S. Department of Agriculture expanded access to school lunch waivers. Now those rules that helped feed more kids are set to expire at the end of June.
The streets of Athens will see their first ever Pride parade this weekend.
The Georgia Supreme Court has ended one lane of legal defense for the man who had been scheduled to be executed last month.
As funerals continue for the victims of last week's elementary school shooting in Texas, a Georgia company will part of each one.
It's expected to be a long day at the state Capitol, as legislators vote on bills involving everything from elections to gambling to free speech.
And law enforcement officials in Northwest Georgia's Bartow County have agreed to pay almost $1 million to settle a civil rights lawsuit.
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