Vice President Kamala Harris is visiting Atlanta today to encourage more Georgians to get vaccinated.
Governor Kemp met with Latin American Association members Thursday to address barriers to coronavirus vaccinations.
And the Georgia community once at the heart of the world’s first COVID-19 hotspots is celebrating a milestone.
In this morning's headlines, flags are at half staff in Holy Springs to honor the life of a police officer killed in the line of duty.
A new report finds that if Georgia Power wants to meet the Biden administration’s clean energy goals, the utility needs to act quickly.
Georgia State University's next president is making history, as the first African American in that role in more than 110 years.
The current farm bill includes $80 million in scholarship money to be shared throughout the country’s historically Black land grant colleges.
Otis Redding, Outkast and Usher are among a long list of musical artists to be the first inductees of a newly approved Black Music & Entertainment Walk of Fame, set to be installed in front of Mercedes-Benz Stadium this summer.
In this morning's headlines, Former Senator Kelly Loeffler says she's not ruling out a rematch against Senator Reverend Raphael Warnock.
A dozen Northwest Georgia nursing home residents are in good condition after their care home director was arrested and charged with cruelty.
Runoffs will now determine two new Georgia House members, following special elections Tuesday.
Younger voters dominated the testimony of the first legislative redistricting town hall.
A Georgia Court of Appeals ruled an abortion clinic could not be deemed a nuisance just because it attracts protestors.
In this morning's headlines, younger Georgia voters dominated the testimony of the first legislative redistricting town hall Tuesday.
There will be a follow up to yesterday's special elections in Cobb County and South Georgia.
Several Georgia counties hold special elections Tuesday.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene apologizes.
Georgia lawmakers meet Tuesday night to discuss redistricting, in the first of several hearings.
In this morning's headlines, it is election day in several counties across Georgia.
Georgia lawmakers will hold their first hearings on the redistricting process today.
Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene is reversing comments she made, comparing mask requirements to the Holocaust.
In this morning's headlines, over the weekend, family and friends marked the one year anniversary of the killing of Rayshard Brooks.
A privately run state prison in South Georgia may be the site of a tuberculosis outbreak among the inmates.
Vice President Kamala Harris will be in Atlanta next week. What she'll be promoting.
The MLB All-Star Game's location is now solidified. The outcome in court Thursday.
And the Atlanta Hawks say they're ready for the energy in State Farm Arena. Game 3 of the NBA Playoffs is tonight.
In this morning's headlines, the Atlanta City Council has officially declared the spa shootings that happened in March, a 'disaster emergency.'
Representatives for Major League Baseball will be in a Manhattan federal courtroom to face a lawsuit over moving the All-Star Game from the Atlanta-area to Denver.
Starting in July, student athletes can be paid for their likeness, and a Buckhead business will be the first to cash-in.
In this morning's headlines, The Georgia Department of Public Health has partnered with a relief agency founded by actor Sean Penn to make it easier to be vaccinated against COVID.
Georgia pulled in nearly $3.6-Billion in tax revenue, possibly the largest intake in state history.
Alpharetta-based Colonial Pipeline's president and CEO apologized today before a Senate committee for the cyberattack that affected millions on the East Coast.
And Major League Baseball is calling a lawsuit filed against it "political theatrics."
In this morning's headlines, Colonial Pipeline CEO Joseph Blount will face the Senate Homeland Security Committee starting today.
City leaders want to know how the newly sworn-in police chief will address Atlanta's rise in violent crime.
In this morning's headlines, over the weekend, some of the most die-hard Republicans met on Jekyll Island for the Georgia GOP state convention.
President Biden wants 70% of Americans vaccinated by the Fourth of July, but Georgia does not appear to be anywhere close to that number.