A former Georgia prosecutor charged with hindering the police investigation into the 2020 killing of Ahmaud Arbery is scheduled to make her first court appearance in the case next month. A superior court judge on Tuesday ordered a Dec. 29 arraignment for former District Attorney Jackie Johnson.
The Georgia Water Coalition’s annual Dirty Dozen report this year is intended to outline landmark legal cases in Georgia that led to significant restoration of the state’s waterways since 1972.
In a tightened early voting window, Georgians are showing up in force for yet another runoff election.
Early voting is underway in GA's midterm elections, and that means it’s also debate season. On this week's episode, we break down what the debates do or don't tell us about Georgia's top candidates.
Hurricane Ian managed to move Tybee Island's beach shoreline 30 feet inland, according to the Skidaway Institute of Oceanography.
Authorities say a man who has been accused of illegally having a gun at the time that rapper Takeoff was fatally shot last month in Houston has been charged in connection with the case. But during a court hearing Wednesday, prosecutors said the suspect, 22-year-old Cameron Joshua, is not believed to have fired a weapon during Takeoff's shooting.
Many of the biggest hits in pop music used to have a key change, but it's getting harder and harder to find in top hits.
Mayor Eric Adams announced this week that officials will begin hospitalizing more homeless people by involuntarily providing care to those deemed to be in "psychiatric crisis."
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Herschel Walker is under scrutiny yet again after new details about his Georgia residence emerged. Former President Barack Obama is visiting Georgia tomorrow to campaign for Sen. Raphael Warnock. Elsewhere: A South Carolina judge rejected Mark Meadows' appeal to avoid testifying in Fulton County.
On the Tuesday, Nov. 29 edition of the Georgia Today podcast: Georgia sets a record for early in-person voting, the fastest growing sport in Georgia schools is flag football, and Dave Matthews makes an appearance in Cobb County for Sen. Raphael Warnock.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Gov. Kemp criticized Donald Trump for hosting Kanye West and Nick Fuentes, both outspoken antisemites. Meanwhile, over 300,000 Georgians voted yesterday, setting a record for turnout. And the U.S. Senate looks to codify same-sex and interracial marriage into law.
Residents held late-night demonstrations against draconian "zero-COVID" lockdown measures after 10 people were killed in an apartment fire. Protests in China are extremely rare.
A special task force is investigating claims and freezing accounts to determine who legitimately qualifies for the relief money. About $20 billion in unemployment money was stolen by criminals.
About one in every 215 children in Georgia have lost a caregiver due to COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic. That's nearly 12,000 people under the age of 18 whose parent or grandparent, that lived with them and provided support for them, died, according to data shared by the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute.
Controversy has erupted at one of India's top film festivals over the screening of a movie with Hindu nationalist themes. Were the jury head's comments an artistic critique or political commentary?
The House cleared an effort that would force unions to accept the tentative agreement between railroad managers and their workers, and make a potential imminent strike illegal.
On the Wednesday, Nov. 30 edition of the Georgia Today podcast: Hurricane season is over, Mercer is putting a spotlight on women's rights, a former Georgia prosecutor charged with hindering the police investigation into the killing of Ahmaud Arbery has been ordered to appear before a judge
The British-born vocalist, songwriter and keyboard player whose cool, soulful contralto helped define such classics as "You Make Loving Fun," "Everywhere" and "Don't Stop," died Wednesday.
Multiple school districts across the state are reporting that they were the targets of what appear to be coordinated hoaxes.
Georgia fared relatively well in this year's hurricane season. But that doesn't mean you should let your guard down for next year.
A recent federal decision in Ohio could have implications for the future of coal ash at four Georgia Power sites.