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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Georgia is the No.1 state for business for the 10th consecutive year, according to the trade publication Area Development.
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.
FEMA, in coordination with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), will conduct a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) and Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) on Oct. 4.
In parts of South and Middle Georgia, residents woke up this morning to hazy skies — a result of a renewed blanketing of the Southeast by Canadian wildfire smoke.
Fans who are returning to baseball for the postseason will find Ronald Acuña Jr. and other speedsters playing a different game. Players are running much more than a year ago thanks to new rules, which also promise to have an impact on the playoffs.
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Country music duo Dan + Shay have had a successful few years: Three Grammys, a hit song with Justin Bieber, and a highly anticipated new album, Bigger Houses. But the album almost didn't happen.
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.
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