A look back at the first ever Hank Aaron Invitational in Atlanta, which was part of Hank Aaron Week, from August 2019 as we remember the life and legacy of baseball legend Hank Aaron.
Hank Aaron smashed baseballs — and he smashed racial barriers. The Atlanta Braves legend and American icon died Friday at the age of 86.
A Georgia Teen was arrested for stealing nearly $1M from Kroger in Gwinnett County.
Samuel Aguilar, Georgia State Director of the immigration reform advocacy group FWD.us, applauded the Biden administration for taking action to change the direction of the country’s approach to immigration right out of the gate.
After the coronavirus pandemic led lawmakers to slash the state budget last year, Gov. Brian Kemp says that proactive step means no additional cuts for next year — and some agencies could see funding restored.
Friday on Political Rewind: As Georgians eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations scramble to get them, Gov. Brian Kemp acknowledged demand is far outstripping supply. Kemp told reporters at a news conference Georgia has already received most of the doses the state was initially set to receive.
Our panel reviewed the rollout of President Joe Biden’s plan to fight the coronavirus and whether it may begin turning the corner on the pandemic here and across the country.
The pursuit of a COVID-19 vaccine in Georgia — amid busy phone lines, patchy supplies from county to county and private providers hesitant to schedule crucial second doses — remains a logistical challenge even for the most truly patient.
That might change some with tens of thousands more doses due to circulate in the general population as well as with a coming one-stop website to get connected to vaccinations from public health.
Among this morning's headlines, results from a new survey show a third of Americans do not see systemic racism as a barrier to good health. This is despite that fact that communities of color have been hit the hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic. GPB’s Ellen Eldridge reports.
Results from a new survey show a third of Americans do not see systemic racism as a barrier to good health. This is despite that fact that communities of color have been hit the hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Georgia once again finds itself among the worst states in the nation for new COVID-19 cases and deaths, according to state data and a recent report from the White House Coronavirus Task Force. While the task force numbers indicate a slight improvement in recent weeks, 821 Georgians died from the virus in just the seven-day period ending last Friday. The staggering toll comes even as the state faces a dwindling supply of vaccines as well as confusion about rollout.
Many elderly people are unable to travel by car to a facility where they can be vaccinated. Others might be able to go if a ride were available, but they live alone and have no family members to help them.
Among this morning's headlines, Georgia officially has two Democratic U-S Senators after Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock were sworn in yesterday by Vice-President Kamala Harris on a day of historic firsts.
Democratic Sens. Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock were officially sworn in Wednesday afternoon by Vice President Kamala Harris, a historic moment on several fronts.
Wednesday afternoon on Political Rewind: A new presidential term begins and with it, a new political landscape in Georgia and across the United States. Following the inauguration of President Joe Biden, senators-elect Jon Ossoff and the Rev. Raphael Warnock are scheduled to be sworn in later today.
The pair of Democrats from Georgia will shift the balance of the U.S. Senate from Republican control, giving the Democratic Party control of both chambers of Congress for the first time in 10 years.
The Georgia Department of Public Health is working to get COVID-19 vaccines in the arms of eligible Georgians, but employees there do not get a break from the work they had before the pandemic.