Gov. Kemp Signs Georgia Budget, Cuts More Than $2 Billion In SpendingGovernor Brian Kemp held a press conference on June 30, 2020, breaking down some of the key highlights of the nearly $2.6 billion state budget he signed amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic for the 2021 fiscal year.
Gov. Brian Kemp Signs Historic Hate Crime Bill Into LawGovernor Brian Kemp signed HB 426, which is the Hate Crimes Act of Georgia, into law on June 26, 2020.
'Real Dads Read' Mobile Units Deliver Books To Atlanta ChildrenAtlanta police officers and dads deliver books to children to promote literacy through "Real Dads Read" mobile units.
Celebration Of Life Held For Rayshard BrooksFor those who knew Rayshard Brooks, the Celebration of Life service at historic Ebenezer Baptist Church was full of rejoicing and sadness.
Public Viewing For Rayshard Brooks Underway In AtlantaPeople have arrived to say goodbye to Rayshard Brooks, 27, who was recently killed by an Atlanta police officer during an arrest outside a Wendy's restaurant.
Confederate Statue Removed In Decatur, Sons Of Confederate Veterans Vows LawsuitThose who have long wanted to see the Confederate statue in Decatur taken down are celebrating after crews removed it last night. DeKalb County Superior Court Judge Clarence Seeliger deemed it a nuisance and ordered its removal.
Gerald Bostock, Attorney Weigh In On LGBTQ Supreme Court WinIn a FaceTime interview with CW69, Gerald Bostock and his attorney Thomas Mew weighed in on their Supreme Court victory against workplace discrimination of LGBTQ employees and plans to resume their case with Clayton County.
TAKE 3: 06/16/2020- High Museum of Art - Father's Day in Sandy Springs - Battery ATL Reopening
Voter Advocate Discusses Primary Election Mishaps, November Election ConcernsTwo days after the Georgia Primary Election, officials are still counting the votes. Voter advocates are still pondering what went wrong at several polls and what could happen if the problems aren’t fixed before the August runoffs and November election.
Voter Advocate Discusses Primary Election Mishaps, November Election ConcernsTwo days after the Georgia Primary Election, officials are still counting the votes. Voter advocates are still pondering what went wrong at several polls and what could happen if the problems aren’t fixed before the August runoffs and November election.
Georgia Election WoesState facing harsh criticism over problems at the polls.
Body Cam Video: Six Atlanta Police Officers Charged In Protest Tasing IncidentBody cameras from several Atlanta police officers capture the May 30, 2020 tasing incident involving two college students in a car during protests. The Fulton County District Attorney charged six officers in the case, and four had been fired as of June 10, 2020.
"Utterly Unacceptable": Fulton County Voters, Officials Respond To Election Day Problems At The PollsFulton County voters said the long lines at the Park Tavern precinct chipped away at their patience and confidence in the voting system, after waiting anywhere from three to five hours to cast their votes.
TAKE 3: 06/09/2020- Fernbank - Planet Fitness - Georgia Aquarium
Black In UniformWhat it is like to be a black officer in racially divisive times
DeKalb Co. Sheriff Announces Community Review Of 'Use Of Force' PolicyDeKalb County Sheriff Melody Maddox held a press conference at her headquarters on June 5, 2020, announcing plans to include a Use of Force Policy as part of her ongoing agency review. Maddox said it will involve seeking input from the community.
Kirkwood Adopt-A-Senior Program Connects Neighbors, Promotes Solidarity During PandemicWith all that’s going on with the COVID-19 pandemic and the shelter in place for seniors, organizers in Kirkwood decided to start an Adopt-A-Senior program.
Atlanta NAACP, Protestors Outraged Over George Floyd Murder CaseAn Atlanta NAACP member and attorney speaks out about the handling of George Floyd's murder case as local protestors voice their concerns.
Gov. Brian Kemp Issues Order Allowing Bars, Night Clubs To ReopenIn a press conference on May 28, 2020, Governor Brian Kemp extended the State of Emergency and announced an Executive Order allowing bars and nightclubs to reopen.
TAKE 3: 05/26/2020- Encore Atlanta - Aurora Theatre - #CMAatHome
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TAKE 3: 05/19/2020- ASO VIRTUAL STAGE - CPA - GEORGIA AQUARIUM
Georgia Now Ranks 28th Among States With Fewest Coronavirus RestrictionsGeorgia may have been one of the first states to begin re-opening during the COVID-19 pandemic, but a WalletHub study released today shows it has fewer coronavirus restrictions than about half of the states. Katie Johnston reports.
4-Foot Long Invasive Lizards Eat ‘Just About Anything They Want’Georgia officials are working to completely eradicate a lizard they say poses a major threat to some of the state's native wildlife: the Argentine black and white tegus. Katie Johnston reports.

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