AtlantaNewsFeed

  • Tropical Storm Nestor To Bring Rain, Wind To Georgia
  • Drought To Continue In Parts Of The State
  • Atlanta Dream To Move To New Facility Next Season


  • Heavy Rain Expected Across Georgia Saturday
  • Train Derailment In Millen, Jenkins County
  • Atlanta United Begins MLS Playoff Run Saturday

  • More Rain Is On The Way, But Not Enough To Dent Drought In Georgia
  • Federal Appeals Court Orders Resentencing In 1985 Murder Case
  • Atlanta United Prepares To Face New England In First Round Of MLS Playoffs


  • Atlanta Public Schools Superintendent Speaks After Rejected Contract Extension
  • Fox Theatre To Expand Services After Americans With Disabilities Act Complaints
  • Covington Asks Plant That Uses Carcinogenic Gas To Stop Work


mugshot of Roy Jefferson Cromartie
Georgia Department of Corrections

The state is set to execute its third inmate this year.


  • UGA To Name College Of Education After First African-American Graduate
  • Georgia Public Colleges And Universities To Boost Mental Health Services
  • Covington Calls For Temporary Closure Of Sterilization Facility

  • Pickens Co. Reverses Course On Transgender Bathroom Policy
  • University System Of Georgia To Tackle Student Mental Health Issues
  • New Fundraising Numbers Provide Insight Into Georgia's Two U.S. Senate Races


Georgia Southern University Statesboro Campus
Georgia Southern University

Students of Georgia Southern University gathered Wednesday night for a difficult conversation about race, free speech and tolerance.

It comes after a book burning on campus.


  • Millions Of Dollars Pouring In For Georgia Senate Races
  • Gambling Industry Pitching State Legislators This Week
  • Surgeon General Talks Fighting Opioids In Macon

  • Candidates For Georgia's Two Senate Races Continue Fundraising Efforts
  • Surgeon General Answers Tough Questions From Medical Students In Macon
  • Reality TV Star Todd Chrisley Files Lawsuit Against State Tax Official


  • Former Officer Robert Olsen Acquitted On Murder Charges, Still Faces Up To 35 Years In Prison
  • Expected Rain Could Help Combat Georgia's Persistent Drought
  • Georgia DNR Hopes To Stop Invasive Snakehead Fish From Spreading


  • Georgia Officer Who Shot Unarmed Man Found Not Guilty Of Murder
  • Rain Returns To Forecast, But Drought Expected To Continue
  • Georgia Coast Sees Record Nesting And Hatching Season For Loggerhead Turtles


  • Jessye Norman Laid To Rest In Augusta
  • Ship Overturned Off Georgia Coast Must Be Cut Apart For Removal
  • Record Nesting And Hatching Season For Loggerheads Sea Turtles

  • Jessye Norman To Be Laid To Rest In Augusta
  • Georgia Southern Cancels Second Appearance By Author After Students Burn Her Books
  • Former UGA Student Pleads Guilty To $1 Million Ponzi Scheme


  • Jessye Norman Remembered In Augusta This Weekend
  • Another Subpoena Issued In Atlanta City Hall Corruption Scandal
  • Georgia Southern Students Stage Book-Burning Protest

  • Atlanta United Begins Quest For Second Straight MLS Cup
  • Funeral Plans For Opera Star Jessye Norman Set In Augusta
  • Drought Worsens For Southeast States, Including Georgia


  • City Of Atlanta Subpoenaed For Financial Records Of Former Watershed Commissioner
  • Drought Worsens Across State
  • Farmers Continue Recovery One Year After Hurricane Michael


  • Impeachment Rally At Rep. McBath's Sandy Springs Office
  • Hurricane Michael Struck A Year Ago Today
  • Braves Season Over After Big Loss To Cardinals

  • Both Supporters And Opposers Of Impeachment Meet Outside Rep. Lucy Mcbath's Office
  • Atlanta Braves Lose In Landslide Against Cardinals, Bounced From The Postseason
  • Georgia Department Of Public Health Issues Vaping Health Advisory


  • Kemp, Health Department Issue Advisory After 2nd Vaping-Related Death In Georgia
  • Georgians Both For And Against Impeachment Gather Outside Rep. McBath's Office
  • First Black Fight Pilot Honored With Statue In Warner Robins


  • November Democratic Presidential Candidates Debate To Be In Georgia
  • U.S. Supreme Court Considers Georgia LGBTQ Employee Rights Case
  • Win Or Go Home For Braves And Cardinals This Afternoon

  • Jimmy Carter Weighs In On President Trump's Impeachment Probe
  • Supreme Court Hears Georgia-Related Case Involving LGBTQ Discrimination
  • Atlanta Braves Prepare For Decisive Game 5 Of NLDS Against St. Louis


  • Georgia Man At Center Of Supreme Court Hearing On LGBT Rights
  • Jimmy Carter Comments On Ongoing Impeachment Inquiry
  • Lung Illness Reports Are 'Tip Of The Iceberg,' CDC Says


  • Georgia's New Voting Machines Previewed In Perry
  • Funeral Plans In Augusta For Jessye Norman Announced
  • Braves Lose To Cardinals In Game 4 of NLDS

  • Oprah Winfrey Increases Her Total Donation To Morehouse College To $25 Million
  • Funeral Date Set For Opera Star Jessye Norman In Augusta
  • Braves Lose Game 4 Of NLDS, Will Play Cardinals On Wednesday In Decisive Game 5 In Atlanta


  • GA Supreme Court Asks For More Judicial Review Of Gun Rules At Atlanta Botanical Garden
  • State Remains Dry, But More Fall-Like Weather On The Way
  • Former Coastal Police Officer Found Not Guilty Of Manslaughter


  • Tyler Perry Opens New Studio
  • Shark Fishing Rules Altered
  • Braves Notch Come From Behind Victory In NLDS

drought in Atlanta
DAVID GOLDMAN / AP

It's just a week into October, but it’s been already been a record-breaking month when it comes to high temperatures. 

Atlanta, Athens and Macon saw all-time highs last week.  


  • Jimmy Carter Attends Event In Nashville After Suffering Another Fall
  • Atlanta Falcons Lose To Texans, Arthur Blank Says No Coaching Change Planned
  • Braves Defeat Cardinals in Game 3, Will Move On To NLCS With Win In Game 4


  • States Finds No Wrongdoing At Sterigenics Plant During Leak In Late July
  • Nancy Pelosi Talks Importance Of 2020 House And Senate Races In Georgia
  • Supreme Court To Hear Georgia Case On LGBT Workplace Discrimination Next Week


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