In today's morning headlines, harassment and death threats have intensified against state elections officials in the wake of President Trump's election loss in Georgia.
And public health experts at Atlanta’s Emory University are celebrating what they are calling unprecedented success with their COVID-19 clinical trial. GPB’s Ellen Eldridge reports
Georgia’s governor says nursing home staff are expected to be some of the first in line when a COVID-19 vaccine becomes available. GPB’s Ellen Eldridge reports.
And it's a windy and cold morning across Georgia. Temperatures are in the mid twenties for now.
In this morning's headlines, over the weekend President Donald Trump took aim at two of Georgia’s highest-ranking Republican leaders.
And, Georgia wildlife scientists are urging people to watch out for an invasive kind of frog. GPB’s Emily Jones reports on what to do if you encounter a Cuban Tree Frog.
On this morning headlines, the state department of public health says new cases of coronavirus are UP more than 30 percent since last week. GPB’s Ellen Eldridge reports.
And, Republicans in the Georgia state Senate are keeping Senator Butch Miller of Gainesville as their top leader, rejecting a challenge from Senator Burt Jones of Jackson.
The Republican state senators met this week and re-nominated Miller as Senate president pro temp.
In this morning's headlines, Georgia has begun a machine recount of the state’s presidential election.
Meanwhile, one of the world's premiere election watchdogs is praising the earlier manual recount of 5-million votes, as GPB'S Grant Blankenship reports.
And, Chatham County leaders have opened a new multi-purpose recreational trail that’s been decades in the making.
On today's morning headlines, governor Brian Kemp addressed Georgians on baseless attacks on November's election integrity. He also reminded everyone to be vigilant during the holiday season as COVID-19 cases surge.
Today on this morning's headlines, as election season continues in Georgia, the state Election Board has decided to extend two rules dealing with absentee ballots.
The first will keep secure drop boxes in place through the January 5th runoff.
Another rule requires counties to process absentee ballots beginning one week and a day before the election day.
The state of Georgia is getting another “F” on the latest March of Dimes report card related to maternal mortality and infant care. GPB’s Ellen Eldridge has more.
And, after recording-breaking use of absentee ballots in Georgia's November general election, the trend continues heading into January 5th's runoffs.
In a special election meeting Monday morning, state elections officials said more than three quarters of a million absentee ballots have already been requested.
Mercer University in Macon is encouraging coronavirus testing for students before they leave campus Wednesday for the Thanksgiving holiday. Vice Provost Kelly Reffitt is the director of the “Send Them Home Safely” Program.
President Trump has formally requested a recount in Georgia’s now certified presidential election. As GPB's Stephen Fowler reports, this is the third time 5 million votes will be counted.
In this morning's headlines, Mercer University in Macon is encouraging coronavirus testing for students before they leave campus Wednesday for the Thanksgiving holiday. Vice Provost Kelly Reffitt is the director of the “Send Them Home Safely” Program.
And President Donald Trump has formally requested a recount in Georgia’s now certified presidential election. As GPB's Stephen Fowler reports, this is the third time 5 million votes will be counted.
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