In this morning's headlines, at a roundtable discussion this week, Vice President Kamala Harris said Black women in our country are facing a maternal health crisis.
A national election researcher says Georgia’s controversial new voting law is a “step backward” from the state’s 2020 election, but the state remains one of the most accessible in the nation for its vote-by-mail and in-person voting options.
Among this evening's headlines, a new map published by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services attempts to show where people hesitant to be vaccinated against COVID-19 are.
A Dublin flight nurse had one of her wildest dreams come true this week when Taylor Swift sent her a handwritten note and a box of clothes and other merchandise after reading about her journey in The Telegraph.
The GBI arrested Dennis Ballard, 47, and charged him with aggravated assault and violation of oath of office.
An Atlanta high school that was named after a Ku Klux Klan leader will strip the name and instead honor the late baseball Hall of Famer Hank Aaron.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Candidates are announcing their intentions to run for a myriad of offices in the upcoming 2022 elections.
Rep. Sanford Bishop, an Albany Democrat and chair of the Agriculture, Rural Development and FDA Subcommittee, raised concerns about food insecurity, which has been exacerbated due to the pandemic.
More than a year after the cargo ship Golden Ray capsized in the St. Simons Sound on its way out of the Port of Brunswick, most of it is still sitting in the water. Salvage crews are cutting it up, as they and environmental groups anxiously watch for a possible oil spill.
While census delays have pushed back the timeline for the once-a-decade redistricting process, it’s still possible to get an idea of what changes could — and should — be made to our political maps.
In today's headlines, a study last month shows people with low levels of Vitamin D - which comes from sunlight - are at greater risk for COVID-19 infection. Despite that, the US Preventative Services Task Force says there is insufficient evidence to recommend screening asymptomatic patients.
Among this evening's headlines, FDA experts plan to meet at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta to review reactions to the Johnson and Johnson coronavirus vaccine.
A study published last month shows people with low levels of Vitamin D are at greater risk for COVID-19 infection. Despite that, the U.S. Preventative Services Task Force says there is insufficient evidence to recommend screening asymptomatic patients.
Georgia Sen. Jen Jordan, an Atlanta attorney and Democrat, announced Wednesday she is running for state attorney general against the Republican incumbent, Chris Carr.
In a year when covid-19 shattered the pleas of so many who prayed for miracles, a Georgia man with two new lungs is among the fortunate.