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GPB Evening Headlines for Jan. 11, 2019

Jan 11, 2019

  • MARTA CEO Calls For $100 Billion Investment In Public Transit
  • Stacey Abrams Weighing Options For Next Political Move
  • Immigration Courts In Georgia Affected By Government Shutdown
  • MLK Day Celebrations To Continue Despite Shutdown


GPB Evening Headlines for Jan. 9, 2019

Jan 9, 2019

  • Kemp Launces 'Georgians First' Tour Before Inauguration
  • USDA Guarantees SNAP and WIC Benefits Through February
  • Public Health Officials Prep For Super Bowl 53


GPB Evening Headlines For Jan. 8, 2019

Jan 8, 2019

  • Residents In South Cobb Gather To Discuss Forming New City
  • Voting Rights Group Reccomends Hand-marked Paper Ballots
  • Campaign Launches To Curb Smokeless Tobacco Use Among Youth


GPB Evening Headlines for Jan. 7, 2019

Jan 7, 2019

  • Atlanta City Council Approves Sweeping Scooter Regulations
  • Georgia Tech President To Step Down Over The Summer
  • Atlanta Public Schools Agrees On Gulch Redevelopment Deal


GPB Evening Headlines for Jan. 4, 2019

Jan 4, 2019

  • Record Number Of Women To Join State Legislature
  • Georgia Shrimping Season Ends
  • Georgia Newspapers From Before Civil War, Now Online


GPB Evening Headlines for Jan. 3, 2019

Jan 3, 2019

  • Companies Vie To Replace Georgia's Voting System At Sec. Of State's Office
  • State Files Lawsuit Against Major Opioid Distributors, Manufacturers
  • Gov. Nathan Deal Unveils His Official Portrait During Final Days In Office


GPB Evening Headlines For Jan. 2, 2019

Jan 2, 2019

  • McBath, New Members Of Congress To Be Sworn In Thursday
  • 72 Buses Rumble Through Atlanta To Highlight Sex Trafficking
  • Police 'Crack Testing' Offer Makes Social Media Waves


GPB Evening Headlines For Dec. 27, 2018

Dec 27, 2018

  • Flash Flood Watch, Rain Expected Through Year's End
  • State Income Tax Rate To Decrease In 2019
  • The Peach Drop To Return To Underground Atlanta
  • Aphid Infestation Threatens Georgia Oat Crop


GPB Evening Headlines For Dec. 26, 2018

Dec 26, 2018

  • Bill Filed Would End 'Tampon Tax' In Georgia
  • Georgia's Kaolin Mines Home To Rare Metals
  • Fire Officials Warn Against Christmas Tree Fires After The Holidays


GPB Evening Headlines for Dec. 25, 2018

Dec 25, 2018

  • New Grants Fund Arts Education In Rural Schools
  • State Pilots Panic Buttons For Social Workers
  • Post Office To Be Renamed In Honor Of All-Black Parachute Unit

GPB Evening Headlines for Dec. 24, 2018

Dec 24, 2018

  • Paine College Joins Fath-Baised College Accreditation Organization
  • Henry County Boy Recognized For Charity Work
  • Murals Celebrate Atlanta's Civil Rights History Ahead Of Super Bowl


GPB Evening Headlines for Dec. 21, 2018

Dec 21, 2018

  • Tariffs Could Impact Holiday Spending 
  • Portland Mayor Settles Bet After Atlanta United MLS Cup Win
  • Lyft And Uber Add Electric Scooters To Atlanta
  • Two Historic Buildings To Be Demolished For Atlanta Margaritaville Developement


GPB Evening Headlines For Dec. 20, 2018

Dec 20, 2018

  • Brad Raffensperger Will Prioritize Voter Education As Secretary Of State
  • Senator David Perdue Says Congress Is 3 Months Late On Budget
  • George Unemployment Rate Lowest In 18 Years


GPB Evening Headlines for Dec. 19, 2018

Dec 19, 2018

  • GBI Director Announces Retirement
  • Sen. Perdue Advocates For Budget Reform Amid Potential Government Shutdown
  • Endangered Right Whales Spotted Off Georgia Coast


GPB Evening Headlines for Dec. 18, 2018

Dec 18, 2018

  • German Company To Bring Hundreds Of Jobs To Gwinnett Co.
  • In How Long We Live, Georgia's Rural/Urban Divide Is A Matter Of Race
  • Funeral Services Held For DeKalb Co. Officer Killed In Line Of Duty


GPB Evening Headlines for Dec. 17, 2018

Dec 17, 2018

  • New Study Shows Georgia Ranks Near Bottom For Teen Smoking Prevention
  • Valdosta State Takes Home NCAA Division II Football Championship
  • Georgia Leads Nation In Number Of People Reporting Flu-Like Symptoms
  • Farm Bill Includes Measure That Could Expand Recreational Land In GA National Forests


GPB Evening Headlines for Dec. 14, 2018

Dec 14, 2018

  • DeKalb Police Officer Killed In The Line Of Duty Identified
  • Sen. Isakson Condemns Murder Of Journalist Jamal Khashoggi
  • City Of Atlanta Putting In New Measures To Prevent Cyber Attacks
  • Atlanta United's Second Division Team Is Getting a New Home


GPB Evening Headlines for Dec. 13, 2018

Dec 13, 2018

  • Governor-elect Brian Kemp Visits White House
  • New Reports Shows Coal Ash Leaking Into Georgia Groundwater
  • Second Flu Death Reported In Georgia


GPB Evening Headlines for Dec. 12, 2018

Dec 12, 2018

  • Norfolk Southern Makes Move To Atlanta Official
  • Sen. Perdue Throws Support Behind Bipartisan Criminal Justice Reform
  • Commission Close To Making Reccomendations On State's Voting Machines


GPB Evening Headlines for Dec. 11, 2018

Dec 11, 2018

  • Bipartisan Group To Make Reccomendations For Voting Machine Reform
  • Farmers' Mental Health Takes Center Stage At Rural Stress Conference
  • Environmental Groups Sue To Block Seismic Airgun Testing


GPB Evening Headlines for Dec. 10, 2018

Dec 10, 2018

  • Atlanta Celebrates United's MLS Championship With Victory Parade
  • Schools, Government Delay Opening Due To Threat Of Black Ice
  • Georgia's International Student Population Increases


GPB Evening Headlines for Dec. 6, 2018

Dec 6, 2018

  • For-Profit College Closures Affect Four Georgia Cities
  • Potential For Wintry Mix Increases Heading Into The Weekend
  • NCAA Unveils Logo For 2020 Men's Basketball Final Four In Atlanta

GPB Evening Headlines for Dec. 5, 2018

Dec 5, 2018

  • Republicans Maintain Control Of Statewide Offices After Runoff Election
  • Atlanta United's Josef Martínez Named Major League Soccer's MVP
  • Environmental Groups Oppose Seismic Testing Off Georgia's Coast


GPB Evening Headlines for Dec. 4, 2018

Dec 4, 2018

  • Voting Underway For Runoff Election
  • Boil Water Advisory Lifted For Atlanta Residents
  • Atlanta City Council Approves Plan To Improve Mobility and Safety 


GPB Evening Headlines For Dec. 3, 2018

Dec 3, 2018

  • Much Of Atlanta Remains Under Boil Water Advisory Overnight
  • Sen. Isakson Reflects On Legacy OF Former President George H.W. Bush
  • Runoff Election Will Be Held Tomorrow For Two Statewide Offices
  • Atlanta City Council Declares Today 'Atlanta United Day'


GPB Evening Headlines for Nov. 30, 2018

Nov 30, 2018

  • Absentee Ballot Deadline Extended For Dec. 4 Runoff
  • Atlanta United Moves On To MLS Cup
  • UGA And Alabama To Face Off In Atlanta For SEC Championship
  • Georgia Congressman Joins Republican Leadship In The House Of Representatives


GPB Evening Headlines For Nov. 29, 2018

Nov 29, 2018

  • Settlement: Georgia Voters Gain Expanded Access To Interpreters
  • Advocacy Group Says Trump's Tariffs Hurt Georgian Businesses
  • Metro Atlanta Chamber Of Commerce Moves Focus To Transportation
  • Atlanta Mayor Encourages Southside Economic Development 


GPB Evening Headlines For Nov. 28, 2018

Nov 28, 2018

  • Justice Department Charges Two In Atlanta Cyberattack
  • Emergency Food Benefits To Go To Those In Need After Hurricane Michael
  • Georgia Tech's Head Football Coach To Retire


GPB Evening Headlines for Nov. 27, 2018

Nov 27, 2018

  • Candidates Vying For Statewide Offices Meet For Final Debate Before Runoff
  • Voting Rights Group Files Federal Lawsuit Asking For Election Reform
  • Georgia Congressional Delegation Requests Federal Money For Hurricane Relief


GPB Evening Headlines for Nov. 26 , 2018

Nov 26, 2018

  • Georgia National Guard Soldiers Deploy To Train Afghan Military
  • Atlanta United Wins First Leg Of MLS Eastern Conference Finals
  • Georgia Pecan Crop Expected To Be Halved This Year


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