Police used tear gas and flash-bang grenades to halt a march seeking to stop construction of a police and firefighter training center in Atlanta. The clash came Monday at the end of a 2-mile protest march to the training center site.
Police have arrested three key organizers supporting people protesting Atlanta's proposed police and fire training center, which opponents call "Cop City." The Georgia Bureau of Investigation says its agents and Atlanta police on Wednesday arrested three officers of the group that runs the Atlanta Solidarity Fund.
A former executive for a longtime city of Atlanta vendor has pleaded guilty to paying bribes in exchange for millions of dollars in city contracts and to paying bribes to an official in a neighboring county.
Georgia authorities say state troopers in January fatally shot an environmental protester who had fired at authorities after a trooper shot pepper balls into the protester's tent.
More than 20 people from around the country face domestic terrorism charges after dozens of young men in black masks attacked the site of a police training center under construction in a wooded area outside Atlanta that has become the flashpoint of conflict between authorities and left-leaning protesters.
Monday on Political Rewind: We begin a series of profiles of leaders from all over Georgia. DeKalb County CEO Michael Thurmond is a public servant who has worked for decades to reform some of the state's most broken institutions.
Investigators on Thursday released the identity of the person who was shot and killed by law enforcement officers a day earlier. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation says the officers were trying to clear protesters camping at the site of a planned Atlanta-area public safety training center that opponents have dubbed "Cop City."
Despite a student-produced video showing gaping holes in ceilings, crumbling bathrooms and signs warning of possible electrical shock around utilities, a metro Atlanta school board has decided not to put Druid Hills High School in line for a major modernization project.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: While the impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump continues, leaders in Georgia attempt to respond to the ongoing pandemic and its resulting economic burden.
In the state Capitol, Republicans have released a list of recommendations they say are designed to assure future elections will be free of fraud. Democrats vow to fight back against efforts they describe as voting suppression.
This "What's In A Name" comes to us from listener Forest McMullin, who also asked us about Druid Hills . McMullin was curious about a street in East...