Suicide is one of the leading causes of death for Georgia children between ages 10 through 17.
Hear some of our favorite stories about the festival of lights, plus a special Tiny Desk performance by The LeeVees.
Democrat Shalena Cook Jones faces federal sanctions and a state ethics complaint, but she touts her record of accomplishments.
On this episode, we look at the latest developments in the Georgia 2020 election interference RICO case, including a plea deal.
The Georgia House has given final passage to a new Congressional map that aims to meet a federal judge's order on voting rights.
State assisted living community regulators are proposing rules that would reduce staffing requirements at memory care facilities.
Georgia health agencies are proposing legislation to make HIV prevention medication PEP and PrEP more accessible statewide.
On the Thursday, Dec. 7 edition of Georgia Today: The Georgia Legislature gives final approval to new court-mandated voting maps; Georgia health agencies want to make preventative medication for HIV more accessible; and we'll let you know where the U.S. Soccer Federation headquarters will be located.
Baldur's Gate 3 and Alan Wake 2 swept the night, while celebrities like Matthew McConaughey, Jordan Peele, Timothee Chalemet and Simu Liu added star power to the frenetic Awards show.
A federal grand jury in the Central District of California returned the indictment charging the president's son with three felony tax offenses and six misdemeanor tax offenses.
State Republicans redrew Georgia's congressional map to add court-ordered majority-Black districts in a way that didn't add Democratic seats.
The Georgia Ports Authority is spending $127 million to build a second inland rail terminal in Gainesville.
The House Committee on reapportionment and redistricting passed the congressional map proposed by Senate Republicans as the Legislature moves closer to wrapping up the special legislative session on Thursday.
A new study of smokestack emissions from coal fired power plants nationwide ranks two Georgia facilities among the most deadly in the nation.
It’s the latest clinic to open as part of the Mercer University School of Medicine's efforts to strengthen rural health care.
The latest World AIDS Day report finds that urgent action is needed to tackle inequalities, especially in the South, which has the highest rates of new HIV infections.
The LeeVees came to NPR's Tiny Desk for a special performance of songs from their holiday album Hanukkah Rocks.
Darryl George, 18, showed up for class on Tuesday at Barbers Hill High School in Mont Belvieu, Texas, before being removed and placed back into in-school suspension for his natural hairstyle.
Juanita Castro has died in Miami at age 90. Florida had been her home since shortly after fleeing the island nearly 60 years ago.
Across Ukraine, tech experts are at the forefront of the defense against Russia, from drones to cybersecurity. But it's after the war that their innovation might help bolster Ukraine's future.
As four candidates hotly debated issues ranging from foreign policy to gender identity to immigration, it's clear Nikki Haley is seen as a threat and Trump still looms large even when he's not there.
The wild honeyguide responds to distinct calls from local honey foragers. Says one researcher: The bird basically seems to be saying, "Hey, I'm here and I know where there's some honey, so follow me."