Gov. Brian Kemp announced a state of emergency for Georgia on Dec. 21, 2022, ahead of a winter storm. Georgians should prepare for the coldest weather in years.
Scientists are finding that Western wildfires can have far-reaching impacts. If they're burning while Central U.S. thunderstorms are forming, the rain and hail can be dramatically more destructive.
Georgia’s officials — especially those on the ballot next month — took pains to be seen and heard as Ian neared.
GPB News reporters are keeping an eye on Hurricane Ian as it nears Georgia. Check here through Sept. 30, 2022 for updates relevant to Georgia.
Hurricane Ian is moving through the Atlantic Ocean, headed towards the coast of South Carolina.
Wellstar Atlanta Medical Center’s emergency department will close October 14th, two weeks before the hospital is set to close on November 1st.
Former President Jimmy Carter turns 98 tomorrow.
As tropical storm Ian moves slowly through Florida, forecasters project it could travel east into the Atlantic Ocean, before turning northwest and approaching the Georgia or South Carolina coast early Friday afternoon.
A bipartisan group of U.S. senators, including Georgia Sen. Jon Ossoff, introduced legislation Wednesday that would bring greater oversight of the federal prison system.
A new initiative is trying to spark young Georgians interest in filling crucial positions in the nearly $70 billion Agriculture industry.
As Hurricane Ian nears landfall in Florida, parts of South Georgia are forecast to start seeing tropical storm-force winds early Thursday morning.
A new report shows obesity rates declined slightly in Georgia.
The further west that Ian travels, the more damaging it would be to Georgia agriculture.
Hurricane season begin June 1 and counties in Southwest Georgia are getting prepared. Forecasters with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration say the upcoming season could be above average with 14 to 21 named storms.
Storms cause widespread damage in Georgia and more bad weather could be on the way.
Southeastern states are in the pathway of a storm system that left widespread damage and some injuries in Texas.
Two children, their father and their grandmother were killed when a tornado hit the grandparents' home that didn't have a basement.
The National Weather Service said it was too early to predict snowfall totals but warned that "blizzard conditions near the coast" could occur depending on the storm's path.
The devastating tornadoes that shook the Midwest last weekend have turned a new eye to extreme weather in America — and here in Georgia. One question is what the future could hold as the climate shifts.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee declared a severe weather state of emergency for 14 counties in the western part of the state. Oregon and British Columbia also saw extreme flooding and high winds.