Biden, Harris Bring Push For Federal Voting Rights Laws To AtlantaPresident Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris traveled to Atlanta on Tuesday, January 11, 2022, to bring attention to voting rights legislation currently stalled in the Senate.
Georgia-Based Path-Tec To Expand Columbus Operations, Create 350 JobsGeorgia-based Path-Tec to expand Columbus operations, create 350 Jobs.
Georgia School Feeds Students With Help From No Kid HungryGeorgia school feeds students with help from No Kid Hungry.
Offset Served Up Food Treats For Voters In GeorgiaOffset served up food treats for voters in Georgia.
Marta, Partner Jurisdictions Provide Covid-19 Testing Sites Near Rail StationsMarta, partner jurisdictions provide covid-19 testing sites near rail stations.
Atlanta Police Arrest Thomas Jefferson Byrd Murder SuspectHomicide detectives, following up on evidence and tips from citizens, identified and arrested a suspect in the shooting death of Thomas Jefferson Byrd.
Regina King Honoured Among Glamour's Women Of The YearRegina King honoured among Glamour's Women of the Year.
KIDS’ Choice, Inc. Announces First Annual Writes WorkshopKIDS’ CHOICE, inc. announces first annual writer's' workshop.
Todd Nance, Founding Member Of Widespread Panic, Has DiedTodd Nance, founding member of Widespread Panic, has died.
McNair High School Hosts Annual Shoe DriveFor the third year, a local group of students is filling a big need for shoes, with help from the community, one pair at a time.
Troopers Need Assistance Locating Hit and Run Vehicle in Lamar CountyTroopers are asking for help in locating a truck involved in a hit and run.
Hundreds Of Teeth Found Inside WallHundreds of teeth were found inside a wall of an old building in Georgia.
Meghan Markle's Georgia Relatives Hope She'll Come to Their Family ReunionWe've met and heard from some members of Meghan Markle's family on her father's side, but what about her mother's bloodline?
Georgia Teacher Donates Kidney To Sick StudentBack to school is starting off with an inspirational gift from one teacher to his student. Georgia sixth-grader Kaden Koebcke is getting a kidney from his technology teacher William Wilkinson.
Peach War Gets Juicy: GA, SC Spar Over Whose Is BetterWhile both states claim it as their official fruit, South Carolina, which also boasts a famously quirky, peach-shaped "Peachoid" water tower painted to look like a peach. Much like it's shape, it was the butt of a joke in the TV show "House of Cards."