The former Calhoun Square has been without a name since November.
The Wrongful Conviction Compensation Act, filed as House Bill 364 in the 2023 legislative session, is one final Senate approval away from being signed into Georgia law by Gov. Brian Kemp under Senate Bill 35.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Today is Sine Die at the Legislature, the last day of the 2023 session. Our panel weighs in on what to expect and what the GOP majority has already passed. Meanwhile, state justices were skeptical of arguments made against Georgia's abortion law. The high court promised a swift opinion.
State Supreme Court justices heard arguments from both sides on Tuesday in a case that bring into question the constitutionality of Georgia's abortion law, which currently bans abortions past about six weeks of pregnancy.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved selling overdose antidote naloxone over-the-counter, marking the first time a opioid treatment drug will be available without a prescription. Wednesday's approval is for Narcan, a name-brand version of naloxone sold by Emergent BioSolutions.
The legislation would require schools to screen students from kindergarten to third grade on their reading proficiency three times a year.
At one Macon hotel, more than 375 emergency calls reporting a suspected drug overdose were made between December 2017 and May 2022, according to a lawsuit Bibb County filed against hotel owners in May 2022.
The Georgia Supreme Court heard arguments from both sides Tuesday on a case that calls into question the constitutionality of Georgia’s six week abortion ban.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is looking into the events that led up to a teenager being left at a Brunswick hospital after becoming severely intoxicated with drugs and alcohol.
Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens touted a string of economic successes in his second State of the City address Tuesday.
On the Tuesday March 28 edition of Georgia Today: Georgia's homelessness bill is headed to the governor's desk; lawyers debate the state's abortion ban before the Georgia Supreme Court; and why visiting Savannah will now be more expensive.
"Atlanta is a group project," Mayor Dickens said at the annual business breakfast in downtown Atlanta, where he delivered his 2023 State of the City address. Public safety, affordable housing and empowering youth were primary topics.
The Georgia Supreme Court heard arguments in a case that questions the constitutionality of Georgia’s six-week abortion ban.
Officials are looking into the events that led up to a teenager being left at a Brunswick hospital after an alleged "hazing incident."
The state House has given final passage to a bill born out of lawmakers' frustrations with the issue of homelessness in Georgia.
The Georgia General Assembly sent a controversial bill to the governor’s desk Monday to create a new disciplinary board for the state’s local district attorneys.
A new anthology includes work by dozens of Black authors reflecting on the pandemic.
Sherry Bennett woke up early Sunday to the sound of “tremendous” hail hitting her roof. She was worried about dents in her roof and car — but it ended up a lot worse than that when a tornado tore through her neighborhood.
The show is taking on added significance, amid Gov. Brian Kemp's recent signing of a bill that restricts gender-affirming care for children.