Tuesday on Political Rewind: Gov. Kemp criticized Donald Trump for hosting Kanye West and Nick Fuentes, both outspoken antisemites. Meanwhile, over 300,000 Georgians voted yesterday, setting a record for turnout. And the U.S. Senate looks to codify same-sex and interracial marriage into law.
Last night, singer Dave Matthews performed at a rally for Sen. Raphael Warnock in Atlanta, where the civil rights movement and a history of musical activism still loom large for Gen X.
The parents of a Georgia high school basketball player who collapsed while practicing outdoors in sweltering heat and later died announced that they have agreed to a $10 million settlement with the school district.
The FBI has confirmed that the bones found in a Georgia landfill are those of a toddler who had been reported missing last month. The agency said Monday that it used DNA analysis to confirm that the bones belonged to 20-month-old Quinton Simon.
The mother of one of 19 children killed in the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, has filed a federal lawsuit against police, the school district and the Georgia-based maker of the gun used in the massacre.
As the girls high school flag football playoff games get underway in Georgia, GPB Morning Edition host Leah Fleming finds out what makes the game so attractive to players.
This week marks the end of expert testimony in the state Public Service Commission's hearings on whether Georgia Power should be allowed to raise residential electric rates by 12%.
Georgia has set a new single-day record for in-person early voting.
An international center focused on ocean-based climate solutions launched last month in Atlanta.
Georgia's Secretary of State says nearly 200,000 voters cast ballots in counties that held early voting this weekend.
As campaigning continues, a new ad from a nonpartisan group asks Georgians to consider ditching run-off elections.
Athens-Clarke County Police are investigating a Saturday break-in at the Athens Democratic Party Headquarters.
Georgia Tech researchers have found that the citywide ban on the use of e-scooters and e-bikes at night has added hundreds of thousands of extra hours spent in traffic.
The final several weeks of Georgia Power’s $2.9 billion rate case will determine whether state regulators sign off on plans for customers to pay hundreds of dollars more per year to keep the lights on.
Monday on Political Rewind: More than 180,000 Georgians have voted in the runoff for U.S. Senate. Sen. Raphael Warnock is campaigning on-air and in person, while Herschel Walker has stayed out of the spotlight.
The rules were changed a few years ago. And it's created a stink among some farmers, their neighbors and environmental advocates.
A group of religious leaders in Georgia is pushing back against high profile anti-Semitic statements with an appeal to Christians. They say there is no place in the heart of someone who follows the teachings of Jesus Christ for hatred based on religion.
Testicular cancer is most commonly diagnosed between the ages of 15 to 34. But new research from The Testicular Cancer Society reveals 4 in 10 Americans with testicles never perform self-examination checks.
Republican Gov. Brian Kemp’s reelection — and a surprising Biden administration decision not to appeal a federal court ruling — have freed the state to introduce its plan that would allow for a limited increase in the pool of low-income residents eligible for Medicaid.