Democratic members of the Fulton County Commission are sponsoring a resolution that seeks to minimize the impact of the state's new 98-page voting law on county voters.
The Washington City Council voted Monday to ask state Rep. Barry Fleming to resign his city attorney job for his key role in passing sweeping voting legislation that detractors say will disenfranchise Black people and other minorities.
A big change in drug treatment for cancer is arriving in Georgia. It’s not a new medication. What’s coming is something known as “white bagging,’’ an insurer tactic involving expensive infusion or injection drugs.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: The Senate remains a stumbling block for efforts by President Joe Biden to pass the bills in his ambitious agenda. Many frustrated Democrats are raising once again the long-standing question of whether it’s time to end the rules that allow a minority in the Senate to thwart the majority’s will through the use of the filibuster.
Director Antoine Fuqua and actor Will Smith's new film Emancipation will not be shot in Georgia — further fallout from Georgia's controversial new elections law. Local industry workers react.
Macon’s housing shortage is both a reflection of national trends and a unique blend of local realities.
In this morning's headlines, the Sons of Confederate Veterans are denied a permit to hold their annual Confederate Memorial Day ceremony at Stone Mountain. Park officials say there is a "clear and present danger" to the gathering during the current political climate.
William Harvey died in a Savannah Police interview room. His family wants more details.
On Monday, April 12, 2021, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation was requested by the Carrollton Police Department and the Georgia State Patrol to investigate an officer involved shooting.
White House officials highlighted sluggish highway traffic, slow bus travel and spotty rural internet service in Georgia Monday as part of pitch to boost support for President Joe Biden’s $2.3 trillion infrastructure package.
Leading Democrats and Republicans in Georgia are praising the settlement between two South Korean battery makers that will allow a $2.6 billion plant in Commerce to finish construction and further expand the electric vehicle market in the U.S.
The Sierra Club filed an appeal Friday to a court decision upholding Georgia Power Co.’s plan to collect from customers $525 million in coal ash pond closure costs. The state Public Service Commission (PSC) gave the Atlanta-based utility permission to pass along those costs as part of Georgia Power’s 2019 rate case.
Monday on Political Rewind: Gov. Brian Kemp faces more criticism from former President Donald Trump. Trump blasted Georgia's governor again over the weekend. Will Kemp’s aggressive push to defend the state’s new Republican-crafted election law be enough to return him to the good graces of his party’s base?
Transportation planners may be able to use legislation the General Assembly passed recently originally aimed at freight rail to make more room for large cargo ships calling at the Port of Savannah.
In this morning's headlines, Governor Kemp is defending the state's voting overhaul, saying minority small business owners will hurt the most. He made the statement along with the Republican National Committee at a white-owned business.