Georgia is in the middle of a rise in cases of the highly transmissible delta variant of the coronavirus. But absent any guidance or mandates from the state, districts and charter schools are left to figure out how they are going to cope. The solutions vary wildly from district to district.
New numbers from Georgia’s Department of Public Health show nearly all new COVID-19 cases and deaths in the state in the past seven months were among unvaccinated people.
As school systems across the state prepare to return to the classroom, a number of Georgia counties are seeing an increase in COVID infections among school-aged children.
Former Officer Adam Coy pleaded not guilty to murder and other charges in the December killing of the unarmed Black man.
You may be ready for the coronavirus vaccine. You may know someone who decidedly is not ready. How do you begin a meaningful conversation about that?
The pursuit of a COVID-19 vaccine in Georgia — amid busy phone lines, patchy supplies from county to county and private providers hesitant to schedule crucial second doses — remains a logistical challenge even for the most truly patient.
That might change some with tens of thousands more doses due to circulate in the general population as well as with a coming one-stop website to get connected to vaccinations from public health.
Veteran Georgia Public Service Commissioner Lauren “Bubba” McDonald withstood a challenge from Democrat Daniel Blackman Tuesday, winning reelection to a six-year term.
Add “Tony King Day” to the list of celebrations this holiday season.
That’s the holiday declared around the mail route Tony King works daily in Macon’s Ingleside neighborhood. In observance, it looked like about a dozen neighbors cheering a somewhat surprised mail carrier on his daily rounds.
A Middle Georgia public utility has spent years fighting a new state permit that would impose more limits on pollution flowing from the sewer system into a popular stretch of the Chattahoochee River known for its fishing and whitewater rafting.
The U.S. Justice Department said it is investigating whether Goodson, a 23-year-old Black man, had his civil rights violated when he was shot and killed by law enforcement Dec. 4.
Congress this week is expected to pass a massive defense policy bill that President Donald Trump has threatened to veto because it would remove the names of Confederate generals from military bases across the South, including Fort Benning near Columbus and Fort Gordon near Augusta.
The Franklin County Sheriff's Office said a deputy shot and killed 23-year-old Casey Goodson on Friday. Law enforcement recovered a gun. His family's attorneys say he was licensed to carry a firearm.
The manual audit of the almost 5 million votes cast in Georgia in the presidential election is almost over, and it looks like not much will change in the vote totals. The audit comes as some Republicans question the integrity of the outcome — without evidence. What was the audit like? GPB’s Grant Blankenship and Stephen Fowler bring us inside the process.
Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate from Georgia Jon Ossoff appeared in public Friday for the first time since Election Day to lay the groundwork for his likely runoff against Republican Sen. David Perdue.
The Georgia Supreme Court says that a Superior Court judge was wrong in applying the state’s "stand your ground" law when he granted criminal immunity to three former Washington County sheriff’s deputies who tasered Eurie Martin to death in 2017.