The same day a second-grade class was quarantined because a student tested positive for COVID-19, parents of a kindergarten class in the same district were asked to keep students home Wednesday.
Many of the buildings where we lived out our pre-coronavirus days have been largely empty and idle.
Now, some experts are warning that idle buildings may have become breeding grounds for another disease which, like coronavirus, causes severe lung illness, pneumonia and sometimes death.
GPB's "All Things Considered" host Rickey Bevington interviews GPB health care reporter Ellen Eldridge about her recent story How Legionnaires' Disease Resembles COVID-19 And How The Pandemic May Result In More Outbreaks
Georgians - mostly in metro Atlanta - waited hours to vote in the primary election.
Fewer poll workers and those who reportedly had trouble operating the state's new voting machines were among the causes.
In response, the Metro Atlanta Chamber is recruiting tech-savvy poll workers ahead of the November general election.
Budget cuts due to the COVID-19 economic crisis have led the state’s mental health agency to lay off 200 employees.
Wednesday on Political Rewind, the votes of women could be decisive in upcoming elections. As we near the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment’s enshrining of women’s suffrage in the Constitution, we’ll take a look at the importance of this voter bloc.
Sen. Kelly Loeffler and the WNBA fight heat up after players wore jerseys endorsing Rev. Raphael Warnock, a Democrat challenging Loeffler in the November special election.
Nearly 1,000 graduate students and supporters from across the state are calling for changes to the University System of Georgia’s reopening plans.
Two suburban Atlanta school districts that began in-person classes Monday with mask-optional policies face more questions about COVID-19 safety protocols after on-campus pictures showed students packed shoulder-to-shoulder.
The Bartow County Planning Commission is recommending denial of a zoning change to allow mining near Adairsville.
With just one week to go before the Aug. 11 primary runoff election, about two-thirds of the early votes cast have been by mail as Georgia continues to battle the coronavirus pandemic.
Jennifer Normanly wants her 18-year-old son Jack back in school as soon as possible. Like many parents raising children with disabilities, she feels her voice has been forgotten amid the return-to-school pandemic discussion.
Tuesday on Political Rewind, election politics return to the spotlight as next week’s runoff elections draw near. As of Friday, more than 250,000 people have cast ballots already. More than two-thirds of the votes cast have been mailed-in absentee ballots, according to the secretary of state’s office.
We discussed the latest news from the high-stakes races across Georgia.
Many of the buildings where we lived out our pre-virus days have been largely empty and idle. Now, some experts are warning that stagnant water systems may have become breeding grounds for Legionella.
Georgia's largest school district has confirmed that around 260 employees have either tested positive for Covid-19 or have been exposed.
Though Tropical Storm Isaias is expected to pass offshore of Georgia, flooding and heavy rain are still likely.