North Paulding High School will close Monday and Tuesday after nine COVID-19 cases were confirmed. The school attracted national attention last week after viral photos of crowded halls surfaced.
The discovery of Legionella bacteria led to closures at some of the Atlanta-based offices for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Tell GPB News your questions, concerns and plans for voting in 2020.
Author Lara Prescott joined Virginia Prescott for one of the Atlanta History Center’s virtual author talks. Her debut novel The Secrets We Kept, which became an instant New York Times best-seller, is about the CIA’s program to influence Russian thinking during the Cold War — with literature. Hear their discussion about the espionage plot and the real-life love story behind Dr. Zhivago.
Lisa Donovan is a celebrated southern pastry chef, James Beard award-winning essayist, and now author of a new memoir. The book, called Our Lady of Perpetual Hunger, follows her life in and out of kitchens, documenting her journey to the restaurant industry she loved — and later left. On Second Thought spoke with Donovan to discuss the pains, obstacles and joys of finding her voice as a woman and a southerner, and learning to use it in the male-dominated culinary world.
Hannah Watters, 15, was suspended from North Paulding High School for five days after posting images of the crowded hallways on Twitter. She says her suspension has been lifted.
A massive coal plant in Monroe County is being blamed for contaminating the local water supply. Georgia Today host Steve Fennessy talks with freelance journalist Max Blau about a lawsuit by residents who are demanding clean water.
Former presidential candidate and businessman will be laid to rest after a private funeral in Atlanta.
A 7-year-old boy from Chatham County has died of the novel coronavirus, becoming the youngest person in Georgia to die by COVID-19, according to data released by the state Department of Public Health on Thursday.
Taking stock of the U.S. Postal Service's ability to process parcels — and ballots — amid financial struggles; renowned Southern pastry chef Lisa Donovan on her new memoir, "Our Lady of Perpetual Hunger"; author Lara Prescott on her debut novel, "The Secrets We Kept"
With a disproportionate number of Georgia's immigrant community becoming sickened by coronavirus, Emory University and the Consulate General of Mexico in Atlanta have partnered to expand COVID-19 testing for the Latino population.
In a newly revised outlook, forecasters say this hurricane season could bring 19-25 named storms.
The lawsuit seeks to have state and county elections officials add more polling places and resources to prevent long wait times.
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.
Thursday on Political Rewind, runoff elections are next week as counties plan for further elections this Fall. And, WNBA players made a strong statement condemning Sen. Kelly Loeffler for her attacks on Black Lives Matter. But is the conflict between Loeffler and the women's basketball league a problem for the appointed Senator’s election plans?