Jury selection for the trial of those accused in the murder of Ahmaud Arbery begins today. Meanwhile over the weekend there were several events remembering the young jogger.
Parts of northeast Georgia were rattled by a minor earthquake yesterday morning.
Georgia’s law, which also includes a tax break for expecting parents and other so-called “personhood” provisions, has never taken effect. A federal judge blocked the law last year, which is a decision the state then appealed. Women can still access abortion services in Georgia until 20 weeks into a pregnancy.
Macon Mayor Lester Miller believes Georgia lawmakers will call for a referendum to go before voters next year. The proposal will likely include four casinos and two racetracks in the state.
Friday on Political Rewind: Republican candidates on Georgia’s 2022 ballot are remaining silent about President Donald Trump’s prediction that GOP voters will not go to the polls next year. Plus, Georgia Board of Regents decided to make sweeping changes to the rules governing how tenured faculty at state universities are evaluated.
A six-month investigation of Glynn County police records and court documents by The Current show a persistent lack of accountability among county law enforcement that stretches back a decade.
As Georgia's high school football season enters mid-October, it's been a meaningful week off the field for some coaches making — and chasing — milestone win numbers.
The trial for three white men charged in with killing Ahmaud Arbery is slated to begin in Glynn County on Monday.
Both sides have also made their opening arguments in the trial of three former Washington County sheriff's deputies, accused of tazing a black man until he died.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Stories about climate change are rarely out of the headlines these days. This week, it’s news about wind farms. The Biden Administration has announced plans to develop seven major offshore wind farms on the east and west coasts and along the Gulf of Mexico.
Deputies electrocuted Martin for two minutes total with Tasers before he succumbed to heart failure. The local medical examiner called that a homicide.
The second annual National Faith & Blue Weekend saw more than 200 outreach events in cities across the state of Georgia. Local churches across the state hosted a variety of events, including Halloween costume drives, litter clean-ups and community-building bike rides alongside local police officers.
GPB's Battleground: Ballot Box podcast is returning Nov. 3, 2021, to chronicle Georgia's continued role in the country's political spotlight.
The Georgia Board of Regents voted Wednesday to make sweeping changes to the state’s rules surrounding tenure for academic staff, and now some professors are crying foul.
Jury duty notices have been mailed to 1,000 Georgians for the approaching trial of three white men charged with killing Ahmaud Arbery.
A judge dismissed a lawsuit today that alleged fraud in Georgia’s most populous county during the 2020 election.
And a north Georgia county has unanimously voted to remove a controversial city square monument that's been in place for more than a century.
The next leader of Georgia’s largest city will play a crucial role in charting its path forward. But Tuesday night, it was candidates’ political pasts that took center stage.
A Henry County judge has dismissed all defendants in a lawsuit seeking to inspect Fulton County's absentee votes for counterfeits after state officials reported an investigation found no evidence to support the claims.