Georgia’s New Election Law Impacts Fulton Co. Voters, Polls During November 2021 ElectionGeorgia voters and poll volunteers had new rules to follow on November 2, 2021 in the wake of Georgia's election law. Some affect voters while others lay out procedures election offices need to follow.
Fulton County Senior Centers Re-Open For The First Time Since March 2020Participants and workers are excited to return to Fulton County Senior Centers, which re-opened on July 12, 2021. The COVID-19 pandemic caused the county to closed the centers in March 2020. Staff members call it a soft opening to resume their in-person senior services.
'Georgia, Keep Knocking': Arrested Rep. Park Cannon, Attorneys Plan Next Steps After Case ClosedState Representative Park Cannon and her attorneys discuss the next steps after the Fulton County District Attorney decided to not prosecute her for knocking on Governor Brian Kemp's door during a bill signing.
'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.
Georgia's Runoff Election Is Over: America's Wait For The Outcome BeginsToday was the final push for Georgia voters deciding who will win the runoff election that will impact the entire country.
Fulton County 'Dads, Daughters And Dolls Plus Sons' Toy Drive Ends Friday, Dec. 11Fulton County Commission Vice Chairman Marvin Arrington is remembering incarcerated fathers who can’t spend the holidays with their children through his annual "Dads, Daughters and Dolls Plus Sons" Toy Drive.
UPDATED: 'Home For The Pawlidays': Shelter Dogs Spend Thanksgiving Week With Foster FamiliesFamilies and college students aren’t the only ones headed home for the Thanksgiving holiday. Some furry friends at Fulton County Animal Services are making house calls for their ‘Home for the Pawlidays’ program.
Georgia's Post-Election Hand Count Audit BeginsElection workers across Georgia are now auditing the presidential election results, counting more than five million ballots by hand.
Georgia's Outstanding Ballots: The Long Wait For Election ResultsElections workers were still counting the ballots two days after Election Day, with no clear answer on when Georgia will have the results.
Record Breaking Election: Metro Atlanta Voters Didn't Let Glitches Deter ThemMetro Atlanta voters show up for a record-breaking Election Day, despite issues at the polls.
Georgia's Early Voting Ends Oct. 30: 'Those Lines Will Be Getting Longer'With one week left before the November 3 election, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger encourages the public to vote before the early voting deadline.
Fulton Co. Election Officials Tackle COVID OutbreakFulton County officials say five permanent employees and 18 contractors working at the elections warehouse have tested positive for COVID-19.
Georgia DPH Recommends Flu Shots To Prevent A 'Twindemic'Governor Brian Kemp gave an update on the COVID-19 pandemic at a press conference on October 7, 2020. He was joined by Georgia Department of Public Health Commissioner Dr. Kathleen Toomey.
Atlanta Police Officer Donates Car To Single Mom With Five KidsAtlanta Police Officer Veronica Campbell helped a mother and five kids get a new start by giving them a car.
Twitter Vs. Atlanta Street RacingPolice use Twitter to help combat Atlanta street racing.