A grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is awarding states over $4 billion in funding over five years.
A joint study on the future of electric transportation in Georgia delivered a series of recommendations this week, but some proposals were tabled for legislators to decide on later.
The final pushes in the runoff between Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker represent their markedly different approaches to campaigning.
In a tightened early voting window, Georgians are showing up in force for yet another runoff election.
Georgia Tech researchers have found that the citywide ban on the use of e-scooters and e-bikes at night has added hundreds of thousands of extra hours spent in traffic.
The National Park Service is seeking public comment on a new management plan, which includes changing the number of visitors allowed each day.
A handful of school districts around the state will transition at least some of their bus fleet to electric buses, thanks to money from the federal government.
An expungement clinic in Brunswick, the first of its kind in Glynn County, reached maximum capacity within one day of being announced.
Elections workers will hand count randomly selected batches of ballots to verify the outcome — but not exact margin — of the 2022 midterms.
Gov. Brian Kemp announced Wednesday that he has appointed Kevin Tanner as commissioner of the state Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities.
For some Georgia residents, title pawn contracts offer a quick way to obtain desperately needed cash. But poor regulation of a confusing system traps many borrowers in high-interest debt they can’t pay off.
Sunday on GPB-TV, a new episode of Lawmakers: Beyond The Dome explores educated-related laws in Georgia.Those laws include House Bill 1178, Parents' Bill of Rights; House Bill 1084, which rules how race is taught in schools; and Senate Bill 377 which focuses on divisive concepts.
Georgia voters overwhelmingly ratified all four legislative proposals on the statewide ballot this year.
ATLANTA – A Georgia Senate committee focused on addressing homelessness heard Wednesday from a variety of Georgians who have directly experienced living on the streets.
Emergency responder and military personnel gathered in Georgia to practice responding to a nuclear detonation scenario. The event was designed to educate and encourage collaboration.