Ten stories left a mark on the world of Georgia politics this year, whether in jaw-dropping fashion or through the void left behind — or were notable simply because they represent the smaller, incremental twists that simply moved a long-running story on to a new chapter.
This summer has been shockingly hot. What does that mean for the people who take out our trash, clean our yard, deliver our mail or pick the food we eat? In a story told in collaboration with reporters from TIME, GPB’s Sofi Gratas explores what some employers are doing to mitigate the damage heat can cause to the many essential workers who can't escape hazardous heat.
Launched in 1999, the Strategic National Stockpile squirrels away huge quantities of medicine and medical supplies in case a mass outbreak or other health crisis occurs.
Macon-Bibb County is hoping to find people to accept 166 sets of human ashes that remain unclaimed in county archives ahead of a ceremony to disperse them later this year.
Argentina's economy minister resigned unexpectedly Saturday, dealing a fresh blow to the government of President Alberto Ferández as the country struggles with economic problems.
The Macon-Bibb County Pedestrian Safety Review Board is set to offer a public training session to teach locals how to identify safety concerns in their own neighborhoods through group walking audits.
The provision is part of an order Biden signed to make the government more consumer friendly. It also makes it simpler for disaster survivors to apply for help. The order covers 17 federal agencies.
Motorists roam greater London in search of open gas stations. The government insists the U.K. is not facing a fuel shortage, just a shortage of drivers who can deliver it to the pump.
How to repurpose empty or nearly empty shopping malls is a question being asked in many communities. In Macon, the answer is "amphitheater."
Togo wanted to distribute millions of dollars to its citizens in dire straits. There was just one daunting problem: How could it identify the neediest of the needy?
The fifth most populous country has put strategies in place to address anti-vaccine sentiment and prevent elites from using their influence to obtain government vaccines.
Europe's cases surged by 36% compared with the prior week. Across Europe, many countries are trying to slow the spread of the coronavirus but avoid a national lockdown.
Americans trust the U.S. Postal Service for important mail like credit cards, passports, and even stimulus checks — but concerns over mail-in ballots have been raised as the agency suffers from financial struggles and mail delays. On Second Thought discusses how new developments with the U.S. Postal Service may play into the 2020 election and beyond.
An unresolved budget fight in Macon-Bibb County means that at least in the short term, local libraries will close. The Macon-Bibb County Commission was...