• Georgia Dodges High Winds, Heavy Rain of Tropical Storm Florence
  • Georgia Department of Corrections Admits Underpaying Overtime
  • Food Production Hub Coming To Middle Georgia

  • East Georgia Communities Brace For Hurricane Florence Rain
  • Charter School Explains New Corporal Punishment Policy
  • Federal Judge Mulls Case For Paper Ballots

  • Tropical Storm Florence Could Cause Dangerous Waters Off Georgia's Coast 
  • Atlanta Could Draw Another Corporate Headquarters
  • Sea Turtles Nests Are On The Rise Over Three Decades

  • President Donald Trump Says Sonny Perdue Led Him to Endorse Brian Kemp
  • Coalitions Launches "Save Our Democracy" Voter Education Tour
  • Pentago Releases Name of Fallen Fort Benning Soldier

  • Atlanta Mayor's Office Publishes Two Years of Public Spending
  • After Years of Debate, Augusta Seeks New Ambulance Service
  • 14 year-old Tennis Star Who Grew Up In Atlanta Wows At U.S. Open

  • Atlanta Activists Call For City To Close Its Detention Center
  • Hilton Head, S.C. Woman Killed By Alligator 
  • New Mercer University Medical Clinic In Plains, Ga.

GPB Evening Headlines For Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Aug 14, 2018

  • Judge denies request to block Georgia's campus carry law
  • Ronald Acuna sets baseball records with the Atlanta Braves
  • Cancer advocates want Georgia lawmakers to enact policies to improve pubic health

  • Secretary of State's office considers replacements for Georgia's voting system
  • Athens Clark County Police cleared of excessive force
  • U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announces $100 million infusion to victim's advocacy work in Georgia

GPB Evening Headlines For Friday July 27, 2018

Jul 27, 2018

  • Democratic Gubernatorial Nominee Stacey Abrams Launches Jobs Tour
  • Georgia's Thunderstorms Wetter, Stronger
  • Former Atlanta Chief Of Staff Racked Up Big Travel Charges

  • Georgia Lawmaker Resigns After Using Slurs, Exposing Self On Television
  • Casey Cagle Calls For Unity Following Gubernatorial Runoff Loss
  • Coca-Cola Says Zero-Sugar Drinks Drive Higher Profits

GPB Evening Headlines for Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Jul 24, 2018

  • Georgia GOP Gubernatorial Runoff election
  • Macon man found guilty in federal fraud case
  • Missouri man gets prison sentence for Augusta mosque bomb threat

GPB Evening Headlines For Monday July 23, 2018

Jul 23, 2018

  • Early Voting Numbers For July Primary Runoff
  • Atlanta United Sets Another Record
  • Ga. Lawmaker Faces Calls To Resign

GPB Evening Headlines For Thursday, July 19 2018

Jul 19, 2018

  • President Trump Endorses Brian Kemp In GOP Gubernatorial Runoff
  • Atlanta Mayor Spent $11K On Luxury Car Service 
  • More Solar Coming To Columbia County

GPB Evening Headlines For Tuesday July 17, 2018

Jul 17, 2018

  • Georgia's Senators Differ On Trump's Comments At Helsinki Summit
  • Potential Record-Breaking Peach Picked In... Peach County
  • Gwinnett County One Step Closer To Expanding Transit

GPB Evening Headlines For Monday July 16, 2018

Jul 16, 2018

GPB Evening Headlines For Friday July 13, 2018

Jul 13, 2018

  • State Health Officials Report West Nile Virus Found On Georgia Coast
  • Metro Atlanta Schools Face Hundreds Of Teacher Shortages
  • City Of Augusta Close To Finalizing Whitewater Course On Savannah River  

GPB Evening Headlines For Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Jul 10, 2018

  • Governor Deal in Augusta today for opening of Cyber Security Center 
  • Hands-Free driving law adopted across Georgia
  • Second man this month breeches secure area at Hartsfield-Jackson airport 

GPB Evening Headlines For Monday July 9, 2018

Jul 9, 2018

  • Metro Atlanta Inequality Gap Grew Since 2000
  • Legislators Work To Resolve Border Dispute With Tennessee
  • Savannah Plans To Dismantle Homeless Camps

  • Two Georgia Companies Ask Trump Administration Not To Impose Auto Tarrifs
  • Tybee Island Launches Beach Cigarette Disposal
  • Atlanta BeltLine CEO Brian McGowan Stepping Down 

  • Savannah City Council Considers Chatham County's First Statue of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • Police Officer-Involved Shootings Are On The Rise In Georgia
  • University of Georgia Quarterback Jake Fromm Fractures Hand While Wakeboarding 

GPB Evening Headlines For Tuesday July 3, 2018

Jul 3, 2018

  • Tens of thousands of runners, walkers and others prepare for the AJC Peachtree Road Race
  • Georgia State Patrol stopped more than 100 drivers under the new "hands-free" driving law
  • A veteran who set himself on fire to protest the Department of Veterans Affairs has died  

GPB Evening Headlines For July 2, 2018

Jul 2, 2018

Georgians are learnig to abide by the state's new "hands-free" driving law.

Atlanta United drew the world's largest sports crowd on Saturday. 

Early voting gets underway today in Georgia's Runoff Election Tuesday, July 24th. 

GPB Evening Headlines For Friday June 29, 2018

Jun 29, 2018

  • Outside Lawyers Cost Millions For City Of Atlanta
  • DNR Cracking Down On Boating Under Influence
  • Unresolved Tax Issues Will Close Macon Libraries

GPB Evening Headlines For Thursday June 28, 2018

Jun 28, 2018

  • Atlanta Mayor Names New Procurement Chief
  • Georgia Senators Applaud Farm Bill Passage
  • Savannah Harbor Deepening Gets More Money