Congresswomen Carolyn Bourdeaux, Lucy McBath and State Rep. Donna McLeod are on the May 24 ballot as they compete for the Democratic nomination in Georgia's ethnically and racially diverse 7th congressional district northeast of Atlanta.
The candidates in the senate race who did not lead UGA to a national championship have cried foul over Walker’s perceived reticence to appear on the debate stage or put forth a concrete platform.
Before St. Simons island was a quaint beach town, it was a major port of entry for enslaved Africans. In 1803, some of the enslaved rebelled. Now, a new roadside historic marker will tell the story of that rebellion at a spot which you may have passed by without ever really seeing.
Governor Brian Kemp is heading to an industrial site outside Savannah to make what his office calls a "special economic development announcement." Sources in Washington and Georgia have told The Associated Press the project is a $7 billion plant where Hyundai Motor Group will manufacture electric vehicles.
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin is set to join former Georgia US Senator David Perdue at a campaign event in Savannah tomorrow.
Georgia Congresswoman Lucy McBath shared her personal story of multiple miscarriages before a US House committee yesterday.
Georgia's unemployment rate continues to hover at a record low of 3.1%.
Legislation the General Assembly passed in 2019 authorized “any person, group or legal entity” to challenge any acts in violation of the law, which prohibited the desecration or removal of historic monuments from public property.
UGA entomologist Jena Johnson studies mosquitos through macro photography.
Thursday on Political Rewind: New polling on Georgia's slate of important primary elections just days away from the end of the voting period. Plus, what is the deal with "crossover" voting?
The new collection of bookable stays is meant in part to raise awareness of the history and present-day needs of Black farmers.
The Georgia State Election Board had dismissed claims of illegal ballot harvesting in Georgia's 2020 elections.
Lawyers for two large Metro Atlanta health care players faced off in Georgia's Supreme Court yesterday.
Airbnb is partnering with African American-owned farms in southwest Georgia to promote agricultural tourism.
African American maritime history has long gone understudied, says a Georgia Southern history professor. A new research project is meant to help change that.
The Georgia State Election Board voted unanimously Tuesday to dismiss three cases based on claims of illegal “ballot harvesting” as the baseless conspiracies over the 2020 presidential election still swirl even as the 2022 election season is already well underway and setting records for early voting.
For almost two years, as Brunswick and Glynn County came to grips with the racially motivated murder of Ahmaud Arbery, community organizations have been lobbying for removal of the stark reminder of Coastal Georgia’s legacy of white supremacy and slavery.
Atlanta police say at least eight people have been arrested at the site of a planned public safety training center. Opponents have been occupying the wooded area for months in an attempt to prevent construction.
Wednesday on Political Rewind, Ga GOP candidates endorsed by Donald Trump are keeping an eye on the fate of Trump-backed Republicans in key states' primaries yesterday.