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.
The Georgia Legislature tackled election betting, district attorney oversight commissions and more on the penultimate day of the legislative session.
The Atlanta Braves debuted a new jersey this week in a splashy video featuring actor and rapper Chris "Ludacris" Bridges. The uniform's Nike design is a throwback to the 1970s heyday of baseball legend Henry 'Hank' Aaron, whose wife Billye makes a heartfelt cameo in the short film.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: As Sine Die looms over the Dome, legislators scramble to pass several high-profile bills. Gov. Brian Kemp supported a school choice measure that critics say would rob public schools of much-needed funds. Sports betting and expanded hate crime bills also saw a second life. We also discuss a tragic school shooting in Nashville.
The state Senate voted 53-3 in favor of legislation the House passed earlier this month, but with a series of substantive changes that will force it to return to the House before it can gain final passage.
The state Senate unanimously approved a bill Monday to codify a ban on the use of TikTok on state-owned devices.
Gov. Brian Kemp surveyed damage in Troup County late yesterday after the area was hit by severe storms Sunday morning.
The state Prosecuting Attorneys' Council has issued a long-awaited report on sexual abuse in the Roman Catholic Church in Georgia.
A bill born from the frustration of Georgia legislators with the state’s growing issue of homelessness is headed to the governor’s desk after approval in the house.
Several lines of storms and at least one tornado moved through the state Friday through Monday. Gov. Brian Kemp declared a state of emergency as counties assessed damages and injuries.
On the Monday March 27 edition of Georgia Today: Gov. Brian Kemp visits storm-damaged areas; Fulton District Attorney Fani Willis is ordered to respond to Trump's motion; and two Georgia mayors are making history.