• Nearly 250,000 Georgians Filed For Unemployment Last Week
  • GA Supreme Court Sides With Governor's Appointment
  • Invasive Lizard Sighted In Georgia

  • GA Lawmakers Still Disagree On When To Resume Legislative Session
  • State Economist Says Georgia Will Likely Need To Use 'Rainy Day' Funds To Shore Up Budget Gaps
  • EPA Awards Grants To Atlanta And Augusta To Clean Polluted Properties
  • AT&T Donates More Than 400 Wifi Devices For Students Without Reliable Internet

  • Church Leaders In Albany Release Video Guide On Reopening
  • Morehouse Study Finds Greater COVID-19 Rate In Georgia's Black Population
  • MARTA, Other Transit Authorities Request More Funding From Federal Government
  • State Rep. Terry England Discusses Budget Cuts , Revamping Georgia's Health System
  • YMCA of Atlanta Plans To Reopen Seven Locations This Week

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As the Atlanta Braves wait to return to the baseball field, many of the team’s seasonal employees are also in limbo.

That includes the Braves’ longest tenured game day employee, 80-year-old Walter Banks.

  • Georgia Tech Researchers' New Model Shows Impact Of Social Distancing On COVID19 Spread In Georgia
  • Georgia Department Of Health Reports Number Of Known COVID19 Deaths Surpasses 1000
  • UPS Blames 1st Quarter Losses On Costs Of Pandemic
  • Haverty's Cuts Jobs Despite Reopening Over 100 Stores Friday

  • Georgia Coronaviurs Deaths Increase To 1,038
  • Governor Kemp Urges Georgians To Seek Testing
  • CDC Teams Will Begin Home Health Visits In Metro Atlanta

  • Georgia Faith Leaders Speak At "Day Of Prayer" At State Capitol
  • Former NSA Contractor Early Release Request Denied By Federal Judge In Augusta
  • Tulane University Basketball Player Charged In A Georgia Slaying
  • Amazon Announces Creation Of New Fullfillment Center Near Augusta

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  • Some Georgia Businesses Today With Mandated Safety Precautions
  • Businesses Weigh Whether Or Not To Reopen Amid Pandemic
  • Governor Kemp Renews State Of Emergency After More Severe Weather


  • Coronavirus Deaths In Georgia Rises To 881
  • Governor Kemp Releases New Guidelines For Reopening
  • Some Georgia Businesses Prepare To Open, Despite Caution From Health Experts

  • Ga. Dept. Of Labor Says It Has Proccessed More Claims In Last Month Than Past 3 Years Combined
  • Emory University Infectious Disease Expert Expresses Concern About Plans To Open State
  • Georgia Nursing Homes Struggle To Fight COVID-19 With Contact Tracing
  • City Of Atlanta Puts Plans For $200 Million In Housing Bonds On Hold

  • Georgia Mayors Working To Figure Out How To Comply With Eased Social Distancing
  • Delta Airlines CEO Says It Could Take Up To 3 Years To Financially Recover From Pandemic
  • Georgians Returning Absentee Ballots In Record Numbers Ahead Of Primary
  • Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Cancels Remainder Of Classical Season