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A how to on finding a coronavirus vaccine in Georgia.
The Georgia secretary of state's office is looking into whether Wood was actually a resident of South Carolina when he voted in the November general election.
Gov. Brian Kemp on Tuesday announced legislation to help bolster education in Georgia, while State Rep. John Carson went after a loophole in distracted driving laws.
Moderna has opened a clinical trial for its COVID-19 vaccine to adolescents. Two Georgia sites are expected to enroll participants.
Republican lawmakers in the Georgia Senate — many of whom pushed conspiracies and tried to overturn the November election — have filed a slate of bills seeking to roll back voting access after Democrats flipped the presidential race and both U.S. Senate seats.
Georgia’s film industry has recovered from the coronavirus pandemic and then some. Film and TV producers currently are working on 37 projects in the Peach State, up from 23 at this time last year.
Northwest Georgia U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's history of supporting inaccurate conspiracies and controversial stances has continued into her first weeks in office, as some Democrats are asking for her to be expelled from Congress.
A liquid nitrogen leak at a northeast Georgia poultry plant has killed six people, with multiple others taken to the hospital.
SARS-CoV-2 variants are in the United States and Georgia's health department reports at least six cases of the recent variant that appears more transmissible. An infectious disease expert with Emory University says wearing masks will help.
"We have within our own personal responsibility, we have the tools to be able to minimize transmission and eliminate it," Dr. Colleen Kraft said.
For some Republicans propagating claims the presidential election was stolen, a corporate donation freeze might be a real threat to their future political fortunes. Not so for the most vocal election denier in Georgia’s congressional delegation.
"It’s as if a mighty oak has fallen, leaving a gaping hole on the horizon where its gallant place once stood," said Dr. Richard W. Wills, Sr., the pastor of Friendship Baptist Church.
The Coastal Health District is moving testing to just two counties to increase vaccination efforts in its other six counties.
Georgia’s largest electric public utility and its parent company received failing grades in an advocacy group’s new report sizing up the climate plans of the country’s regulated utilities.