AtlantaNewsFeed

  • Ted Turner Honored With Dedication of WarnerMedia's Atlanta Campus
  • Georgia City Urged To Reject Plan For Migrant Children Shelter
  • UGA To Face Off Against LSU In SEC Championship Game


  • Georgia's Secretary Of State Rolls Out New ‘Secure The Vote’ Education Initiative
  • DeKalb County To Consider Pay Raises For Public Safety Officials
  • Georgia Rep. Tom Graves Announces He Will Not Seek Re-Election


  • Gov. Kemp Appoints Kelly Loeffler To U.S. Senate
  • Jimmy Carter Returns Home After Hospital Stay
  • GSU Students Ask For Grady Statue To Be Relocated


  • Sen. Isakson Delivers Farewell Address To Colleagues
  • Rep. Collins To Lead Republican Messaging During This Week's Round Of Impeachment Hearings
  • Georgia Company Manufactures Compostable Plastic Straws


  • Wayne Williams Denied Parole
  • Polls Open For Runoff Elections Tomorrow
  • Atlanta Motor Speedway President Announces Retirement


  • Expansion At Plant Vogtle Could See More Delays
  • Augusta Officials To Consider Suing Army Corps Of Engineers Over Dam Removal
  • Atlanta Falcons Out Of Playoff Contention


  • Citrus Industry Growing In Georgia
  • Southern Human Rights Center Alleges Unlawful Practices In Clarkston Municipal Court
  • Centennial Olympic Park In Atlanta To Honor Richard Jewell With Marker


  • Carter Released From Hospital After Brain Surgery
  • Gov. Kemp To Wait Until At Least Next Week To Announce Replacement For Sen. Isakson
  • Right Whale Spotted Off Florida Coast


  • House Rules Committee Chairman Jay Powell Dies At 67
  • Former Head Of Marietta Pharmaceutical Company Faces Accounting Fraud Charges
  • Governor Kemp Appoints New Member To Board Of Regents


  • Joe Biden Meets With Southern Mayors In Atlanta
  • 5 Democratic Candidates Campaign At National Action Network Breakfast
  • Sen. Bernie Sanders Launches New Funding Plan For HBCUs At Morehouse College


  • Stacey Abrams Kicks Off DNC Panel On Voter Surpression In Minority Comminities
  • Bernice King  Opens Greenbuild Conference With Focus On Social Equity 
  • Atlanta City Council Approves New Reproductive Justice Commission


  • Chik-fil-a To Stop Charitable Giving To Two Faith-Based Organizations
  • Security Tightens In Atlanta As Candidates Arrive Ahead Of Debate
  • CDC Finds Vaping On The Rise, Especially Among Teens


  • Another Scooter Company Leaving Atlanta
  • Kaepernick Works Out For NFL Teams
  • Falcons Win Second Straight Game

  • Kemp To Close Senate Applications
  • Raffensperger Launches Investigation Of New Voting Machine Critics
  • No Questions Allowed At Army Corps Of Engineers Public Meeting

  • Jimmy Carter's Pastor Says Former President Is Walking, Recovering After Surgery
  • Kemp Announces End Of Application Period For Senate Seat Being Vacated By Isakson
  • Georgia Trust Releases List Of Historic Sites Most In Need Of Preservation


Georgia Department of Corrections

Prison officials in Georgia are preparing to execute a man Wednesday for the fatal shooting of a convenience store clerk 25 years ago.

 

Ray Jefferson Cromartie, 52, is scheduled for a lethal injection at the state prison in Jackson. He was convicted of malice murder and sentenced to death for the April 1994 killing of 50-year-old Richard Slysz in Thomasville, just inside Georgia’s southern border.

 

The state says Cromartie also shot and gravely injured another convenience store clerk a few days earlier.

  • Former President Jimmy Carter Undergoes Brain Surgery
  • Dangerously Cold Temperatures Expected In Georgia
  • Measles Confirmed In Cobb County School

  • North And Central Georgia To Feel Dramatic Temperature Drop Tomorrow
  • Students At Metro Atlanta School May Have Been Exposed To Measles
  • Veterans In Macon Now Able To Ride Buses For Free


  • Experts Meet At Georgia Climate Change Conference
  • Two Arrested For Murder Of Missing Clark Atlanta University Student
  • Falcons Upset Saints

  • President Trump Launches "Black Voices For Trump" Coaltion In Atlanta
  • Black Conservatives Gather In Atlanta For Trump Event
  • Georgia's Democratic Party Denounces Trump Visit


  • President Trump In Atlanta Today
  • Trump Protestors Gather In Centennial Olympic Park
  • Georgia State University Researchers Make Zika Breakthrough

  • Drought Retreats Significantly in Georgia After Rainy October
  • President Trump To Launch 'Black Voices For Trump' Initiative In Atlanta
  • GSU Researchers Make Breakthrough In Study Of Mosquito-Borne Illnesses


  • Budget Focus Of Next Legislative Session
  • Democrats Sue Over Absentee Ballot Handling
  • EPA Rolls Back Coal Ash Guidance

  • EPA To Roll Back Rules On Management Of Toxic Coal Ash
  • Lawyers Says Teacher Violated  Standards When Student Was Burned In Chemistry Accident
  • Georgia Completes Pilot Of New Voting Machines


  • Results From Tuesday's Elections
  • Feedback On New Touchscreen Ballot Marking Devices
  • Peach Drop Will Not Take Place At Underground Atlanta This Year

  • Georgians React To New Voting Machines Piloted On Election Day
  • Port Of Savannah Marks Largest Cocaine Bust Ever
  • Study: Preterm Births In Georgia Rise For The Third Year


  • Some Counties Using New Voting System For Today's Elections
  • Investigation Shows Improper Payments To Former Campaign Workers Hired By City Of Atlanta
  • Lawsuits Pending Against Army Corps Of Engineers Concerning New Savannah Bluff Lock & Dam

  • Kemp Unveils Medicaid Plan With Work Requirement
  • Public Service Commission Holds Public Hearing On Georgia Power Rate Hike
  • Tyler Perry Studios Confirmed As Site Of November Democratic Presidential Debate


  • Kemp Releases Medicaid Expansion Proposal
  • Local Elections In Georgia Tomorrow
  • Cromartie Execution Date Set

  • Kemp Details New Healthcare Plan
  • Update On Golden Ray Salvage Efforts
  • Hawks Drop third Straight Game

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