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  • Study: Georgia's Uninsured, Lack Of Health Care Access Rank State 42nd Nationwide
  • 21 Savage Donates $25K To Legal Aid For Detained Immigrants
  • Georgia Sees Increase In Mosquitos After Week Of Rain


  • Study: Georgia's Uninsured, Lack Of Health Care Access Rank State 42nd Nationwide
  • 21 Savage Donates $25K To Legal Aid For Detained Immigrants
  • Georgia Sees Increase In Mosquitos After Week Of Rain


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  • Atlanta Restarts President Obama's 'My Brother's Keeper' Initiative
  • Governor Kemp Touts Georgia's Workforce During White House Visit 
  • Atlanta Begins Enforcing E-Scooter Laws After First Reported Death


  • Atlanta Mayor Launches 'My Brother's Keeper' Mentorship Program
  • Atlanta Police Begin Enforcing E-Scooter Regulations
  • Kemp Talks Jobs, Disaster Relief At White House Roundtable


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  • Kemp Appoints New Insurance Commissioner
  • Sea Turtle Nests On Pace For Record Number
  • Braves Earn First Place In NL East

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  • Clemency Hearing Set For Death Row Inmate In Georgia
  • Governor Brian Kemp Heads To South Korea For Business Trip
  • UGA Will Not Have General Alcohol Sales At Football Games This Season


  • SunTrust, BB&T Banks Announce Post-Merger Name
  • Kemp Heads To South Korea For First International Trade Mission
  • Kemp Names New Insurance Commisioner During Beck's Suspension


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  • Kemp Annouces Trade Mission To South Korea
  • Former Augusta EEO Chief Files Federal Lawsuit Against The City
  • Kasim Reed's Former Chief Financial Officer Subpoenaed In Corruption Case

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  • Fort Benning Will Not Be Used To House Migrant Children
  • Subsidized Flights From Macon To Washington, D.C. To Be Extended
  • Braves Defeat Pirates, Enter Tie With Philly For First Place In The Division. 


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  • Charges Dropped Against State Senator Nikema Williams
  • Fair Fight Action Donates Thousands To Abortion Rights Groups
  • Civil Rights Claims Against Former DeKalb Police Officer Dismissed

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The city of Dunwoody is still struggling with slow ambulance response times.

 

Records show an upward trend in response times to life threatening calls over the past four months in Dunwoody.

 

This comes a year after the metro Atlanta suburb declared an "EMS State of Emergency."

 

 


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  • Georgia Pecan Farmers Still Recovering From Hurricane Michael
  • State Senator Nikema Williams Cleared Of Charges After Arrest At The Capitol Building
  • City Of Dunwoody Could Switch EMS Providers To Boost Slow 911 Response Times 


  • Georgia Pecan Growers Invest In New Trees After Hurricane Michael
  • Georgia Supreme Court Clears Tara Grinstead Murder Trial To Continue
  • Driver Charged In Atlanta's First Electric Scooter Death


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  • Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue Visits South Georgia Farmers
  • 17000 Poor, Elderly And Disabled Georgians Set To Lose Medicaid
  • Braves Begin Series Against Pittsburgh At SunTrust Tonight

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  • Savannah Takes Steps To Restore Historic City Plan
  • City Of Atlanta Settles With Family Of Woman Who Died In Custody
  • Dunwoody Could Pass Anti-Bias Ordinance


  • Federal Aid To Come Soon For Georgia Farmers Recovering From Hurricane Michael
  • City Fires First Openly Transgender Fire Chief 
  • Stacey Abrams To Serve As Grand Marshal At Atlanta's Pride Parade


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  • Democratic Presidential Candidates Campaign In Georgia
  • GA County Pilots HIV Prevention Program
  • Braves Make $13m Offer To Former Cy Young Award Winner

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  • Georgia Welcomes Four Democratic Presidential Candidates At Several Events
  • Georgia Tech Selects New University President
  • Jimmy Carter Recieves Award For Work Concerning U.S.-China Relations


  • State Senator Renee Unterman To Enter 7th District Congressional Race
  • Trump Signs Long-Delayed Disaster Aid Bill
  • Atlanta Plays Host To 4 Democratic Presidential Candidates


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  • Georgia Military Base May House Migrant Children
  • Pastor Of Megachurch With Plans To Build In Hall County Arrrested
  • Atlanta-Based Author Wins Major Prize For Fiction

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  • Georgia Set To Execute Second Death Row Inmate Of The Year This Month
  • Federal Officials Tour Fort Benning As Possible Site To Hold Migrant Children
  • Democratic Presidential Candidates Gather In Atlanta For Several Events


  • Fort Benning Could House Detained Migrant Children
  • Date Set For Second Execution Of 2019 In Georgia
  • Macon Job Fair Draws Larger-Than-Expected Crowds


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  • SHEP Reaches Another Milestone
  • Migrant Children Could Be Housed At Ft. Benning
  • Kemp Selects Company To Develop Health Care Waiver Plans

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  • Abrams Heads To Hollywood
  • Disaster Relief Bill Heads To President's Desk
  • Former UGA Student Accused Of Running Ponzi Scheme In Frat House

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  • Congress Passes $19 Billion Disaster Relief Package, Heads To President
  • Sandy Springs Officer Recovering After Hit And Run
  • Atlanta Braves Take On Pittsburgh Pirates With Chance To Take First Place In Division


  • House To Vote On Disaster Relief Aid Package
  • 'The Walking Dead' Network Threatens To Leave State Due To Abortion Law
  • Amazon Offering 500 Jobs At Middle Georgia Job Fair


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  • GA Officials Detail Locations Without Broadband Access
  • American Airlines Adds Direct Service To Washington DC From Augusta
  • All Of Georgia College Baseball Teams Eliminated From NCAA Tournament

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  • Safety Warnings Issued As Hurricane Season Begins
  • Election Officials Urge Voters Who Have Moved To Update Registration
  • Number Of Insured Childrens Declines By Almost One Million, Including In Georgia


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  • More Major Media Companies Reconsider Working In Georgia
  • MARTA Moves Closer To Major Transit Expansion
  • Beer And Wine To Be Sold At Sanford Stadium

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  • Fair Fight Action Lawsuit Against Georgia's Election System Will Move Forward
  • Dekalb Officer Faces Felony Charges For Attacking A Homeless Woman
  • Atlanta Based Invesco Plans $70 Million Expansion


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