Georgia To Receive Johnson & Johnson Vaccine, Open Five Additional Vaccination SitesGeorgia is set to receive its first doses of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine and open five additional mass vaccination sites.
Floral Heart On Atlanta BeltLine Recognizes COVID-19 Grief, LossesVolunteers with the nationwide Floral Heart Project placed a memorial on the Atlanta BeltLine to remember those lost to COVID-19 and to support those who are grieving.
Georgia's COVID-19 Vaccine Criteria Expanded To Include Teachers, More High Risk IndividualsGovernor Brian Kemp announced Georgia will expand the current 1A+ vaccination criteria to include teachers and other high risk individuals effective March 8.
MARTA Displays Artwork Celebrating 'Joyful Moments In Black Culture'MARTA has been featuring art from Black artists at its stations to commemorate Black History Month. The artwork show joyful moments in Black culture and have been featured across the country.
'We’re Up And Running': Georgia's Four State-Run Mass Vaccination Sites Now OpenGeorgia opened its four state-run mass vaccination sites on Monday, February 22, as the state waits for more COVID-19 vaccine supply to meet the demand.
Gov. Kemp Announces Anti-Street Racing, Stunt Driving LegislationGovernor Brian Kemp announced House Bill 534, which addresses reckless street racing and stunt driving.
Sen. Ossoff, Gov. Kemp Give COVID Relief And Vaccine UpdatesU.S. Senator Jon Ossoff gave a COVID relief update at Grady Memorial Hospital, followed by Governor Brian Kemp's update at the Georgia State Capitol.
Rayshard Brooks Family's, Tased College Students' Attorneys: 'Political Gridlock' Has Stalled CasesAttorneys for Rayshard Brooks' widow and two college students tased by Atlanta police are calling for a special prosecutor.
UPDATE: Reward Increased For David Mack's KillerThe family of 12-year-old David Mack is looking for answers and justice, after he was found shot to death in the woods in the Cascade Road neighborhood.
A Valentine's Day Liver Transplant: Kennesaw Recipient, Donor Reflect On Surgery One Year LaterA Kennesaw liver transplant recipient and donor reflect on their Valentine's Day surgery one year later.
Shaq Vows: 'We Will Be Back' After Fire Destroys His Historic Midtown Krispy KremeAn early morning fire destroyed the historic Krispy Kreme owned by Shaquille O'Neal on February 10, 2021.
Atlanta Nabisco Bakery To Close After 80 Years, Cutting 400 JobsAfter 80 years as a staple in Atlanta, the Nabisco Bakery on Murphy Avenue is closing, cutting 400 jobs.
North Georgia Rotary District Delivers One Million MealsOn Friday, February 5, 2021, Rotary District 6910 reached its goal of serving one million meals, but members are already planning the next milestone.
Georgia House Democrats Introduce Legislation On Law Enforcement Use Of Force, Qualified ImmunityGeorgia House Democrats introduced bills promoting a fair justice system, including law enforcement use of force and qualified immunity legislation.
Gov. Kemp Gives Georgia COVID-19 Vaccine Update: 'Our Demand Is Drastically Outpacing The Supply'Governor Brian Kemp gave an update on the state's vaccination efforts and the challenge of the limited supply versus the huge demand on February 3, 2021.