On the Tuesday, Dec. 26 edition of Georgia Today: Emory researchers found a common thread among diseases affecting many Americans; Georgia Southern University launches the only environmental science Ph.D. program in the state; and while charter schools are the pillars of the school choice movement, sometimes choice can veer into exclusivity.
On the Thursday, Oct.19 edition of Georgia Today: There is a plea deal for one of the defendants in the 2020 election interference racketeering case; West Georgia congressman Drew Ferguson says he has received death threats after casting his vote for Speaker of the House; and the fall colors are here and, in some places in Georgia, they're almost gone.
This week on Georgia in Play: Atlanta's getting ready to host its annual Pride festival — here's what you can expect. A new poll suggests Generation Z may face a worsening mental health crisis, but in spite of everything, they're remaining optimistic. And the Savannah Bananas take their own blend of baseball and performance on the road.
NPR's Student Podcast Challenge yielded stories about how students around the U.S. are thinking about and responding to climate change. Here are some of their ideas.
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On the Monday, Aug. 28 edition of Georgia Today: Former President Donald Trump and 18 others accused of election fraud conspiracy now have an arraignment date; South Georgians prepare for the arrival of a powerful storm; and on the anniversary of the "I Have A Dream" speech, we hear about a new biography of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
NPR's top programming executive, Anya Grundmann, will leave at the end of the year. She has overseen numerous hits for the network, including Tiny Desk.
On the Friday, July 7 edition of Georgia Today: A new Georgia study on maternal mortality finds that most pregnancy-related deaths were preventable; A state audit looks at solitary confinement across facilities in Georgia's Department of Juvenile Justice; And the city of Macon celebrates its 200th birthday with a new anthem.
A new podcast spotlights the stories of survivors of violence at Mt. Meigs, a school in Montgomery, Ala., billed as an institution for reform for troubled Black children.
On the Jan. 4 edition of Georgia Today: Sports gambling may come to Georgia; Sen. Raphael Warnock has been sworn in for a full six-year term; and a new state representative is stepping down amid his arrest.
On the Monday Jan. 2 edition of Georgia Today: Virtual OB-GYN visits, the FDA is utilizing blockchain technology, and Savannah's dark history.
On the Wednesday, Dec. 28 edition of Georgia Today: A new law will aid Georgia in improvements, we'll have new leadership in the state, and there's new documentary about a West Midtown dive bar.
On the Monday Dec. 19 edition of Georgia Today: Gun violence claims more teen lives over the weekend in Atlanta, holiday travelers should be on the lookout for human trafficking victims, and more jobs are coming to Georgia
On the Tuesday Dec. 13 edition of Georgia Today: Georgia’s Secretary of State has been subpoenaed, the deadline for open market insurance enrollment nears, and AAA says people are going to do a lot of traveling this holiday season.
On the Wednesday, Nov. 30 edition of the Georgia Today podcast: Hurricane season is over, Mercer is putting a spotlight on women's rights, a former Georgia prosecutor charged with hindering the police investigation into the killing of Ahmaud Arbery has been ordered to appear before a judge