Monday on Political Rewind: It's finally Election Week in Georgia. Herschel Walker campaigned at UGA's home game Saturday, but he may not attend a Kemp campaign rally tonight with the GOP ticket. Sen. Warnock is rallying a hometown audience in Savannah as Stacey Abrams campaigns in metro Atlanta. Plus, David Ralston steps down as Speaker of the House.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: A new poll from GPB News and the Georgia News Collaborative shows Walker and Warnock nearly tied, but recent controversies might have an impact on the outcome in November. The poll also shows Abrams trailing Kemp by double digits and republicans leading down-ballot races.
Thursday on Political Rewind: How will the bills that passed this session affect both parties in the primaries? Then, a new study from the University of Georgia shows former President Donald Trump's endorsement doesn't hold much weight. Also: an update on the proposed Camden spaceport.
A mystery is afoot in Georgia’s Okefenokee Swamp, and it involves fully grown alligators who are missing a lot of their teeth.
Federal funding for Parkinson's research will support the forthcoming Johnny Isakson Center for Brain Science and Neurological Disorders at the University of Georgia,
U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham added $5 million in tribute to the late senator as part of the omnibus spending package passed by Congress and signed by President Joe Biden on March 15.
Monday on Political Rewind: The federal trial to determine whether racial hatred led to the murder of Ahmaud Arbery begins in Brunswick, Georgia. And, after many months the Buckhead city movement collapsed in a matter of hours last week. But, we start with all of the Georgia connections in last night's Super Bowl.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: 'Go Dawgs' is the rallying cry around Georgia this morning after The University of Georgia breaks a four-decade dry spell. But President Biden will make his own headlines when he visits Atlanta and prepares to announce a carve-out to the filibuster that would push forward key voting rights legislation.
Researchers at the University of Georgia are using models to better prepare for and respond to future infectious disease threats. The goal includes improving communication and public policy during a public health crisis.
A group of Georgia biologists was catching alligators for a genetics study when they decided to focus their spotlight on the water surface. It was then they saw a large alligator sitting perfectly still, its rough skin blending with the muddy water.
A Georgia rattlesnake is giving people the creeps on social media, after a photo posted on Facebook showed the species’ astounding ability to blend into its surroundings.
Rocky, a federally protected indigo snake, was killed last month. Authorities are investigating.
Georgia is No. 2 among states for cumulative infections on its college campuses, trailing only Texas, according to a New York Times listing.
An Antares rocket scheduled for launch Thursday night from the Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia will carry a small research satellite developed by students at the University of Georgia.
The University of Georgia trained contact tracers in the summer. Why aren't they at work on campus now?
The University of Georgia saw a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases for the second week in a row.