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.
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.
On the Friday, March 24 edition of Georgia Today: Airport construction during the spring break travel rush; schools won't be able to mandate COVID vaccinations; and the Braves step up to help a fan mourning the loss of his dad.
On the Thursday, March 23 edition of Georgia Today: Atlanta is suing opioid manufacturers; a Korean War vet from Georgia will finally be laid to rest; and a new film highlights the power of empathy over racism.
On the Wednesday March 22 edition of Georgia Today: Adult day cares are receiving failing grades; Atlanta home prices are too high; and the government may need your help with cold cases.
On the Tuesday March 21 edition of Georgia Today: Lawmakers pass gender-affirming care ban; Papa Johns sued over firing of blind employee; attorney from South Georgia convicted for role in January 6 attack
On the Monday, March 20 edition of Georgia Today: Former President Trump has filed a motion against Fulton County; lawmakers pass regulations for electric vehicles; and a local retirement fund for teachers takes a hit during recent bank failures.
On the Friday, March 17 edition of Georgia Today: Sports betting in Georgia is not quite dead; the Georgia Supreme Court weighs in on Delta-8 and Delta-10; and St. Patrick's Day returns in Savannah.
On the Thursday, March 16 edition of Georgia Today: It's the Atlanta spa shootings' anniversary; an Atlanta landmark returns to its roots; and two Georgia teams are playing in the NCAA tournament.
On the Wednesday, March 15 edition of Georgia Today: A bill banning gender-affirming surgeries for minors moves a step closer to becoming law; tax rebates for Georgians; and the Savannah Bananas are taking the world by storm.
On the Tuesday, March 14 edition of Georgia Today: More trouble for the Athens-Clarke and Oconee County district attorney; President Biden slips up about Carter funeral plans; and the story of one of Carter's most lasting accomplishments.
On the Monday, March 13 edition of Georgia Today: An autopsy shows that Manuel Teran's hands were up when he was killed at 'Cop City'; a new name for a famous lake may be coming; and the work of Dalton, Ga., was on display at the Oscars.
On the Friday, March 10 edition of Georgia Today : The Georgia House passes its version of the fiscal year 2024 budget; we explain Georgia's new voter registration system; and Zoo Atlanta introduces two tiny new additions.
On the Thursday, March 8 edition of Georgia Today: Georgia lawmakers and the NAACP are asking for a federal investigation into Wellstar Health System after the closing of two Atlanta-area hospitals; Gov. Brian Kemp is highlighting the need for more workforce housing across the state; and details on the professional volleyball team coming to Atlanta.
On the Wednesday, March 8 edition of Georgia Today: Georgia's top justice warns the Legislature about a shortage of lawyers; Atlanta-based Norfolk Southern comes under federal scrutiny after a series of derailments; and good news for Falcons fans as the team re-signs one of its top defensive players.