The fire chief describes the situation as ‘scary’ because it means far too few hydrants available to address fire emergencies.
An Atlanta nonprofit is working to improve the streets for people walking, rolling or riding. This month the group released a draft of its annual list of policy recommendations to improve city infrastructure.
Columbus' new garbage trucks rolled out, heralding the dawn of a re-imagined citywide refuse collection. One person will operate each of the new “Columbus Blue” automated side loaders instead of the three-person team it once took to collect the city’s tons of garbage. But all is not well, residents say.
An analysis by news organizations finds it's unclear if enough eligible Atlanta voters signed a petition to force a citywide referendum on a police training center.
Republicans on the Senate Ethics Committee aggressively questioned the secretary of state's office's decision-making around a software update to Georgia's voting system.
The appeal of an order requiring new congressional and state legislative political maps also postpones another trial over other redistricting claims.
On this episode, we look at how Georgia's indictments are deepening the Republican rift between Trump’s biggest supporters and the rest of the GOP.
An investigative jury recommended a broader scope of charges in its probe of 2020 election interference than what Georgia prosecutors ultimately sought.
Gov. Brian Kemp and other top Republicans are pushing back against members of their own party's demands to punish Fulton DA Fani Willis.
On this episode, we go deeper into Trump’s efforts to overturn the results of Georgia’s election and how prosecutors are likely to show those actions were tantamount to a criminal enterprise.
On this episode, we’ll start to untangle a complicated web spun by some of the Trump allies who may face charges here in Georgia in the coming days.
On this episode, we’ll turn back the clock to understand how we got here and why Georgia’s election system became ground zero for election conspiracies.
GPB's Battleground: Ballot Box podcast will return to cover likely indictments stemming from an investigation into election interference in Georgia starting Aug. 7, 2023.
The further ban comes after DeKalb County received a grant by following new restrictions that changed in 2021.
Willis says the announcement on charges will come in the court term that runs mid-July to Sept. 1.