Travis McMichael, Greg McMichael and William “Roddie” Bryan are already serving life sentences for their state murder convictions as they await federal sentencing.
The mother of a man shot more than 100 times is calling for the firing of one of the law enforcement officers that was involved in her son’s death.
Savannah State journalism professor Jason Miccolo Johnson and his students documented the demonstration outside the Glynn County Courthouse last November.
In 1948, a Black sharecropper in Georgia was sentenced to die for a murder he didn’t commit. What happened next tells us a lot about the legal system in the United States then — and now.
A federal judge on Monday rejected the terms of a proposed plea agreement in the federal hate crime case against Travis McMichael, one of the three men convicted in a separate state case of murdering Ahmaud Arbery, the Black jogger who McMichael fatally shot outside Brunswick two years ago.
On this week's Georgia Today podcast, we explore the emotional toll surrounding the Brunswick trial of the three men convicted of killing Ahmaud Arbery. During the trial, says Larry Hobbs from the Brunswick News, "Marcus Arbery and Wanda Cooper-Jones were the faces of courage — to see these images of their son over and over again, to hear what the defense said about their son — this was a grueling episode for them." After the guilty verdicts in the long-awaited trial, where do Brunswick and Glynn County go from here?
Ahmaud Arbery's mother was one voice in a chorus celebrating the jury’s verdict. Civil rights activists and politicians praised the decision: all three defendants found guilty of felony murder.
The jury deliberating the fate of the three white men charged in the shooting of Ahmaud Arbery has reached a verdict — all three guilty of murder.
While the coastal town of Brunswick is still waiting for ultimate closure in Ahmaud Arbery's death — which family and friends say would come with three guilty verdicts — the tragic incident sparked undeniable change not only for the small town but the entire state of Georgia.
The children of civil rights activist Marion King are seeking justice for their mother, who suffered police violence against her in 1962 that they say resulted in a miscarriage.
Two officers were fired for their role in the death of a 60-year-old Black man in police custody, and another three were fired for later sharing a meme about it.
Executives pledged to make diversity a priority, but the past year has highlighted how difficult it is to implement change in corporate America.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Change is coming to Stone Mountain Park after the board approved a series of plans to begin reframing the park’s glorification of the Lost Cause. We mark the one-year anniversary of the murder of George Floyd. His death sent millions of Americans into the streets to march for racial justice and police accountability.
Racial justice protesters and many who stormed the U.S. Capitol are being charged with civil disorder, under the 1968 Civil Obedience Act. Some argue that the law is unconstitutional.
In the first of two days of hearings on a long list of pretrial motions, the judge heard arguments on what evidence will be allowed in the trial for the three white men charged with killing Ahmaud Arbery.