Historically, rigid beliefs of who gets to make art have meant some avenues of self-expression have been considered out of bounds for Black artists. Now, a new generation of Atlanta punk creatives are pushing back against those expectations.
A Georgia congressional candidate is slated to speak at the controversial "Justice for J6" rally in Washington D.C.
Atlanta's public transit system will require unvaccinated employees to get weekly COVID tests.
And thousands of Georgians are expected to attend two music festivals this weekend that require full vaccination or a negative COVID test to enter.
10th Congressional District Republican Mike Collins is part of a new crop of pro-Trump candidates across the country who seek to advance the former president's policies with more polish but the same aggressive messaging.
A jail used by Immigration and Customs Enforcement to detain migrants is nearly empty in the wake of complaints filed against the facility. Among the complaints is a whistleblower allegation from a nurse claiming some female detainees at Irwin County Detention Center were forced to undergo hysterectomies. The jail has also been criticized for failing to protect immigrants and jail staff from COVID-19. Now, Irwin County officials worry the facility, which also houses federal and county inmates and is the area's largest private employer, may eventually be shut down, taking much-needed jobs with it.
As the NFL season gets underway, there's a conversation going on about Pride in football.
The state’s Covid cases and hospitalizations have dipped over the past week, Georgia health officials have reported. But that drop isn’t relieving the pressure on the front lines of hospitals — both smaller facilities and large urban centers.
Security is tight around the Capitol in Washington, DC ahead of tomorrow's rally by an organization of far right groups supporting the January 6th insurrectionists.
This week, COVID cases and hospitalizations in Georgia are on a downward trend, according to state health officials, however hospitals, both big and small, are still overwhelmed with patients.
Georgia's Senate President Pro Tempore Butch Miller is working with anti-abortion groups to adopt portions of the new Texas law.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: A Republican state senator said he intends to introduce a bill patterned after Texas’ contentious new abortion law during the upcoming session of the Georgia legislature. Meanwhile, Gov. Brian Kemp continues his sharp criticism of President Joe Biden’s broad vaccine mandate.
The unemployment rate declined two-tenths of a percentage point last month to 3.5%, lower than the 3.6% jobless rate posted in March 2020, the Georgia Department of Labor reported Thursday. The number of unemployed dropped to about 182,000, also below the pre-pandemic level of 187,000.
Friday, advocates, policy makers and community leaders will gather to discuss challenges navigating Georgia’s legal system. Riley Bunch reports the problem is even more acute in rural parts of the state.
Chick-fil-A is getting a new CEO.
And Atlanta is a finalist to host the World Cup in 2026. Why Friday is a pivotal day in the decision-making process.
Although harmless for human consumption, parasitic disease can cut harvests for coastal shrimpers.
The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals is scheduled to hold a hearing on Georgia’s HB 241 Sept. 24. Known as the Living Infants Fairness Equality (LIFE) Act, it also sought to prevent abortions beyond six weeks except in special situations.
As the COVID-19 pandemic has upended the lives of Georgians, the need for legal services has skyrocketed. But Peach State residents are challenged to find affordable legal representation, especially those living in rural areas.
In a 4-2 vote, commissioners approved Cathy Woolard to the five-member board after she fended off objections by Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and other Republicans about partisan connections to the Democratic party.
The president of the Medical Association of Georgia said Wednesday this flu season could be worse than last year’s, and again stressed the importance of getting both a flu and COVID-19 vaccine.