Kristi York Wooten (she/her) is a digital editor and journalist based in Atlanta. She works with the GPB radio and digital news teams as a content manager, writes features and leads editorial and production for the Georgia Today newsletter and the Georgia Today Politics newsletter. Her work appears in The New York Times, The Economist, The Atlantic, Newsweek, Rolling Stone and others.
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A Fulton County Superior Court Judge decided the new prosecuting attorney’s oversight commission can beginning investigations despite a pending legal challenge.
Former Republican President Donald Trump’s decision to no longer press for his Fulton County election interference case to be moved to federal court signals a change of course in the conspiracy case against Trump and his 18 co-defendants.
In North Carolina, Local Labs wanted obscure voter records that would take weeks, or even months, to prepare. In Georgia, the company requested a copy of every envelope voters used to mail in their ballots.
Lawmakers press feds to ‘leverage every resource’ to keep eligible Georgians covered.
A new exhibit, Fighting for Freedom, at Georgia State University in Atlanta explores the historic connection between labor unions and civil rights organizing in the South.
On the Monday, Oct. 2 edition of Georgia Today: One of the defendants in the 2020 election interference trial takes a plea deal; a new exhibit at Georgia State explores the connection between labor unions and civil rights in the South; and we'll take a look at how baseball rule changes led to increased interest in the sport nationwide.
A federal appears court is putting a temporarily hold on an Atlanta-based grant program for businesses run by Black women.
A correctional officer with only seven months on the job is the latest person to be killed in Georgia's violent Smith State Prison.
Georgians have about to week to register to vote in municipal and special elections to be held on November seventh.
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Nicks introduced "Stevie Barbie" at a concert on Sunday night, and preorders sold out the next day. The doll resembles Nicks in her Rumours era, with her signature flowy sleeves and platform boots.
NPR's Ayesha Rascoe speaks to Slate staff writer Joel Anderson about the 1996 murder of rapper Tupac Shakur. This week, a suspect is due in court in Las Vegas, Nevada on a murder charge in the case.
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