The shooter, a 28-year-old, is also dead, police said. The shooting occurred at The Covenant School, a private religious school in Nashville.
A Georgia judge is ordering the Fulton County district attorney's office to respond to a motion by former President Donald Trump to throw out a report by a special grand jury that investigated attempts to interfere in the state's 2020 presidential election.
Georgia authorities say state troopers in January fatally shot an environmental protester who had fired at authorities after a trooper shot pepper balls into the protester's tent.
On this special episode, we take stock of the state of elections in Georgia, roughly one year before the presidential race begins in earnest.
Several lines of storms and at least one tornado moved through the state Friday through Monday. Gov. Brian Kemp declared a state of emergency as counties assessed damages and injuries.
On the Monday March 27 edition of Georgia Today: Gov. Brian Kemp visits storm-damaged areas; Fulton District Attorney Fani Willis is ordered to respond to Trump's motion; and two Georgia mayors are making history.
Abby Grossberg, a producer for Tucker Carlson and Maria Bartiromo, alleges Fox News attorneys coerced her to lie under oath in a defamation case against the network. Fox fired her on Friday.
At least 39 migrants are dead following a fire Monday at a processing facility in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, according to the country's National Migration Institute.
Monday on Political Rewind: Lt. Gov. Burt Jones has given up legislation that would threaten key health care bills. Meanwhile, Gov. Brian Kemp quickly signed SB 140, which restricts gender-affirming care for transgender minors. And there are new developments at the site of the future Atlanta police training center.
With the 2023 legislative session soon to be a thing of the past, Georgia lawmakers are poised to pass a sweeping anti-discrimination measure into law — one not focused on people but certain outdoor appliances.
Georgia bills that would drastically shift how much electric vehicle owners pay to recharge their cars is expected to receive a final vote before this year’s legislative session wraps up on Wednesday.
Final negotiations over the spending plan should finish before Wednesday.
The annual Trust for America's Health emergency preparedness report’s 10 key public health preparedness indicators give state officials benchmarks for progress, point out gaps within their states’ all-hazards preparedness, and provide data to compare states’ performances against similar jurisdictions.
This week’s Medical Minute discusses an emerging concept about why women tend to retain salt more than men and a hormone that plays a key role.
The House Public Health committee passed Senate Bill 109 on Tuesday that requires the Department of Community Health to include glucose monitors as a pharmacy benefit for those with Medicaid.
Smith's poems reveal that his wonder at the world keeps him holding on to faith in the way the universe works. Ultimately, this collection points to our ability to trust in the face of volatility.
Tori and Lokita is the latest gripping moral thriller from Belgian filmmakers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne. The story is swift and relentless; it runs barely 90 minutes and never slows down.
The New Zealand band writes sparkling indie pop underpinned by empathy. At the Tiny Desk, you can hear that support and camaraderie in the band's stripped-down arrangements and dry banter.
A Florida woman tried to dispute an emergency room bill, but the hospital and collection agency refused to talk to her — because it was her child's name on the bill, not hers.
America will probably get more killer tornado- and hail-spawning supercells as the world warms, according to a new study that also warns the lethal storms will edge eastward to strike more frequently.
Ralphie's new owner Jason trains dogs professionally for the Tennessee state government. Ralphie's former shelter chose him from more than 700 inquiries.
The landslide in Alausí, about 137 miles south of the capital, Quito, affected an estimated 500 people and 163 homes. Rescuers frantically searched for survivors.