On the Monday, April 17 edition of Georgia Today: The family of a dead Gwinnett County Jail detainee files a lawsuit; Georgia Power is raising prices to cover fuel costs; and UGA's football team has a new mascot.
Georgia defensive tackle Jalen Carter, projected as one of the top players in next month's NFL draft, has been charged with reckless driving and racing in conjunction with the crash that killed offensive lineman Devin Willock and a recruiting staff member.
The UGA Bulldogs are hoping to win their second straight national title tonight against No. 3 TCU. Undefeated Georgia could become the first school to repeat as champs in major college football since Alabama a decade ago and the first to go back-to-back in the nine year history of the four team playoff.
Monday on Political Rewind: It's the first day of the 2023 Legislature. With a large, diverse group of incoming freshmen, we ask our panel what to expect out of this session. Plus, all eyes are on Gov. Brian Kemp as he kicks off his second term.
The University System of Georgia Board of Regents voted Tuesday to make a series of improvements to the south side of Sanford Stadium.
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.
Monday on Political Rewind: President Biden declared Georgia to be ground zero for voter suppression laws ahead of his visit. But activists say if Biden wants voter protections, he should stay in Washington D.C., and focus on the two bills stalled there in the Senate. Plus, a high positive rate in COVID tests around the state.
Despite raging rates of COVID in Glynn County, the “Frat Beach” party on St. Simons Island beaches will go on, but there will be some limits including an alcohol ban and fewer portable toilets.
Once the clock hit midnight Thursday, it meant more than the start of another stifling summer month in the Peach State. It presented a new opportunity for college athletes to profit financially off of their name, image and likeness.
Otis Reese, a former Georgia defensive back, is fighting for immediate eligibility at Ole Miss after his January transfer. Reese posted a letter to Twitter on Tuesday night alleging that he was manipulated by head coach Kirby Smart and his staff, adding that Georgia opposed his request to the NCAA for eligibility to play this season.
For the third time in as many years, the University of Georgia football team will be playing in the SEC Championship in Atlanta.
The New England Patriots clinched their sixth Super Bowl win Sunday in Atlanta, defeating the Los Angeles Rams 13-3. Though it was the lowest-scoring...
Today's show recapped the Super Bowl events around the city, along with the game's Georgia connections and an author interview with Atlanta resident...
Atlanta United is heading to the MLS Cup Final on Dec. 8, and this weekend marks the SEC Championship between Georgia and Alabama. GPB reporter Ross...