On the Wednesday, Sept. 20 edition of Georgia Today: Attorneys for three Republicans who falsely claimed to be Georgia's official presidential electors appear in federal court; the second nest from an invasive hornet species is found and destroyed in Savannah; and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation gives its lifetime achievement award to Jimmy Carter.
On the Tuesday, Sept. 19 edition of Georgia Today: An Atlanta congressman leads the charge to limit the terms of U.S. Supreme Court justices; the Georgia Department of Revenue loses a bid to tax the revenue of coin-operated games; And how can state zoning laws be changed to help with the state's housing shortage?
On the Monday, Sept. 18 edition of Georgia Today: FEMA opens a disaster center in Valdosta to help those affected by Hurricane Idalia; Cobb County students fight back against book bans; and new signs on Savannah streets promote making donations to charities to help the unhoused.
On the Friday September 15th edition of Georgia Today: Attorneys on both sides of a high-stakes Georgia redistricting trial made their closing arguments; A new federal program offers help for struggling rural hospitals; And the US Soccer Federation announces a big commitment to the city of Atlanta.
On the Thursday September 14th edition of Georgia Today: A judge splits the case against former President Donald Trump and 18 others into at least two separate groups of defendants; The city of Macon holds its annual art and film festival celebrating members of the Muscogee nation of Oklahoma; and for the sixth year in a row, the Atlanta Braves are national league east champions!
On the Wednesday, Sept. 13 edition of Georgia Today: McIntosh County officials vote to rezone a historic Gullah Geechee settlement on Sapelo Island, raising concerns with citizens; a new study show Georgia residents are unprepared to handle long term health care; and sheriffs in central Georgia try a new way of helping people experiencing a mental health crisis.
On the Tuesday, Sept.12 edition of Georgia Today: Gov. Brian Kemp is suspending the state's gas taxes again; state officials are preparing to remove 82,000 Georgians from the voter rolls; and 22 years after 9/11, the CDC is now sharing what it has learned about the health effects of those near the disaster site.
On the Monday, Sept. 11 edition of Georgia Today: Fulton County officials consider rehousing detainees of the fatally overcrowded Fulton County Jail; opponents of the proposed Atlanta police training center dubbed "Cop City" submit their petition to get the issue on a ballot; and on its 22nd anniversary, ceremonies across Georgia remember the terrorist attacks of 9/11.
On the Friday, Sept. 8 edition of Georgia Today: A proposal to rezone a historic Gullah Geechee settlement in Georgia meets fierce opposition; a new study shows growing dissatisfaction among University professors at Georgia colleges; and Ronald Acuña Jr. closes in on a benchmark only reached four times in baseball history.
On the Thursday, Sept. 7 edition of Georgia Today: Another incarcerated man has died at the Fulton County Jail; the CDC has a new boss; and Officials in Macon-Bibb County are shutting down bars an hour earlier in an effort to reduce late-night crime.
On the Wednesday, Sept. 6 edition of Georgia Today: The Georgia ACLU condemns the indictment of dozens of activists opposed to Atlanta's new police training center; a judge allows Georgia to resume a ban on hormone therapy for transgender youth; and Georgia is quickly becoming a leader in electric vehicles. Can our infrastructure keep up?
On the Tuesday, Sept. 5 edition of Georgia Today: A trial that starts today could result in new voting district lines for Georgia; Activists opposed to a police training center in Atlanta are indicted; and a look at Punk Black, an organization which bolsters alternative music created by people of color.
On the Friday, Sept. 1, 2023 edition of Georgia Today: Five people have died in the Fulton County Jail in the past month and the NAACP is demanding answers; A proposed new data center means more jobs and tax revenue for Bartow County; and Ronald Acuna of the Atlanta Braves hits a grand milestone.
On the August 31st edition of Georgia Today: Thousands of South Georgians remain without power, though the coast was left largely unscathed in the aftermath of Hurricane Idalia; Gov. Brian Kemp addresses Republican criticism of Fulton County DA Fani Willis; and it looks like power bills for many Georgians are going up once again.
On the Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2023 edition of Georgia Today: Hurricane Idalia is making its way through parts of Georgia, we'll have details; a federal judge holds former Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani liable in a defamation lawsuit filed by two Georgia election workers; and the story of Georgia family fighting to keep land that has been in the family for generations from being seized in the name of commerce and development.