An attack shuts down Colonial Pipeline, a major transporter of gasoline along the East Coast. A security analyst says the event shows the vulnerability of key elements of the nation's infrastructure.
In a news conference Friday, Keisha Lance Bottoms elaborated on her decision not to run, citing the challenges of the pandemic, the racial justice protests and a major cyberattack.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms says she will not seek re-election.
The National Women's Law Center found in Georgia, the average mother makes 73 cents for every dollar fathers make.
Amazon is planning a new fulfillment center in Savannah.
As the second Memorial Day of the COVID-19 era approaches, and with it the start of the summer vacation season, the signs point to a tourism recovery.
The trial on state murder and assault charges will begin in October. The three defendants also face federal hate crime charges.
Friday on Political Rewind: Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has announced that she will not run for reelection. In a letter, Bottoms highlighted her proudest accomplishments in office, but gave no reason for her decision not to seek a second term. We’ll look at what her withdrawal means for the race for mayor of Georgia’s most influential city.
Savannah State University Interim President Kimberly Ballard-Washington is about to take on the job on a permanent basis. Ballard-Washington has been selected sole finalist for the post, system Chancellor Steve Wrigley and Sachin Shailendra, chairman of the Board of Regents, announced Thursday.
The Interior Department plans to officially revoke a Trump-era rule that loosened enforcement of a longstanding law to protect migratory birds, the department said Thursday.
Gov. Brian Kemp is set to sign a controversial bill to block local governments from slashing police budgets Friday as a Monday deadline looms for him to sign, veto or get out of the way of legislation passed in 2021.
2020 was an election year that saw record turnout by men and women from both parties. But the women’s vote was decisive in helping Joe Biden capture the White House and in pushing Democrats Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock to victory in the tight Senate runoffs. And it’s not just the ballot box where women are making their mark in Georgia politics. More women, and women of color, are also running for statewide office. We look at what's driving this trend with Patricia Murphy, a political reporter at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
In this morning's headlines, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms will not run for re-election.
Police responded to an armed robbery attempt at Town Center at Cobb, commonly known as Town Center Mall, in Kennesaw on Thursday afternoon — a tense scene that sent shoppers scrambling after gunshots rang out.
A new Emory University study finds younger Black women are more at risk for heart disease than older Black women.
Today, the National Weather Service determined an EF0 tornado touched down Tuesday in Lumpkin County, after five others spun up in North Georgia on Monday.
Georgia will receive federal resources to address the aftermath of storms in late March. President Biden has declared a major disaster in Coweta, Fannin, Gilmer, Heard, Lumpkin, Pickens, Rabun and White counties.
Heart disease is the No. 1 cause of death in women, but researchers with Emory Women’s Heart Center say heart disease is preventable with the proper screening, counseling and lifestyle changes. A new study found that high prevalence of obesity and elevated blood pressure among Black women as young as 20 to 30 years old increases their risk.
The Georgia Department of Education is asking the public to weigh in with suggestions for spending money from the latest $3.8 billion installment of federal COVID-19 relief assistance.