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.
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.
Former Bank Loan Officer And Land Developer Indicted In Fraudulent Loan SchemeA federal grand jury indicted a former bank loan officer and two associates on charges arising out of an alleged scheme to defraud Brewster’s former employer, River City Bank in Rome, Georgia.
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.
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.
'I First Need Him Fired': Activist In Alleged South Fulton 'Excessive Use Of Force' Case Wants Officer ProsecutedCommunity activist Marcus Coleman is calling for officials to prosecute a South Fulton Police officer who allegedly used excessive use of force against him.
DeKalb Co. Teachers Protest Against Returning To ClassroomsA group of DeKalb County teachers gathered Monday afternoon to protest the decision to return to classroom, because of COVID safety concerns.
Six More Charged In Connection With A $2.7 Million PPP Fraud SchemeA grand jury indicted six individuals, operating as part of a larger group, for fraudulently obtaining approximately $1.5 million in Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans on behalf of five businesses based in Georgia and South Carolina.