House Speaker David Ralston, a Blue Ridge Republican, sent a memo to the 180 state representatives on Thursday saying face masks and routine testing will still be required, as lawmakers convene for a third time since the pandemic abruptly ended last year's session.
Jury deliberations begin today in the trial of three former Washington County Sheriff’s deputies accused of murder in the 2017 tasing death of Eurie Martin.
Data from Johns Hopkins University shows new cases of the coronavirus have dropped 37% in Georgia compared to last week.
Georgia’s unemployment rate fell to an all-time low in September.
The Atlanta Braves will have to win it in Game 6 against the Los Angeles Dodgers to keep their World Series hopes alive.
A new study published this month in the Journal of Pediatrics estimates that more than 140,000 children in the United States have lost a parent, grandparent, or caregiver to COVID-19.
Immigration rights activists are hoping a proposed law that would allow Georgia’s so-called Dreamers — recipients of the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals — to pay tuition rates more in line with other Georgia students will get a second look from the legislature in 2022.
The GBI director wrote "an investigation is not justified" after reviewing the claims.
Closing arguments have been made in the murder trial of three white former Washington County sheriff’s deputies connected to the death of Eurie Martin, a Black man, in 2017.
The proposed map would create a new Democratic district in Cobb County by removing a Republican district in eastern Georgia.
Thursday on Political Rewind: The gap between the rich and poorer Americans continues to grow. We asked our panel crucial questions about the future of urban life. Will living in cities like Atlanta soon be out of reach for lower income families and individuals?
The DOT collected $174 million in motor fuels tax revenue last month, state Commissioner of Transportation Russell McMurry told members of the State Transportation Board Thursday. That represents a 9.1% increase over September of last year.
Testimony is expected to wrap up today in the murder trial of three white former Georgia sheriff’s deputies in the 2017 stun gun death of Eurie Martin, a Black man.
The project will be delivered in three phases over the next two to three years, with construction of the first phase due to start soon. Silicon Ranch plans to hire more than 400 craft workers to build the first phase over the next 12 months.
Testimony is expected to wrap up today in the murder trial of three white former Washington County Sheriff’s Deputies accused of tasing Eurie Martin to death in 2017.
As jury selection continues in the trial of three white men accused of murdering Ahmaud Arbery, a Black man jogging through their neighborhood last year, at least two possible jurors said they accessed information about Arbery's mental health after clicking instructions on the Glynn County Court's website.
How long can Herschel Walker's U.S. Senate campaign last without local interviews or public events?
Just 3% of venture capital in the United States goes to underrepresented minority entrepreneurs. Emory University’s Goizueta School of Business is looking to change that dynamic with a new student-led venture capital fund.
Although it took more than 600 days after Ahmaud Arbery’s death in February 2020 for a court to begin trial of the men charged in his killing, the tragic incident sparked a wave of change within his hometown and across the Peach State.