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  • House Committee Approves Measure That Would Create Primary For Special Senate Election
  • Biomass Plant In Northeast Georgia Draws Complaints From Residents
  • Deputy APS Superintendent To Lead Boys And Girls Club Of Metro Atlanta


  • Doug Collins Expected To Run Against Kelly Loeffler For Senate Seat
  • UGA Shares 2020 Agricultural Forecast With Georgia Farmers
  • Biomass Plant In NW GA Receiving Complaints From Residents


  • Atlanta Reacts To Tragic Passing Of NBA Star Kobe Bryant
  • Georgia Health Officials Continue To Monitor Coranavirus Outbreak
  • 2 People Killed In Small Plane Crash In Coweta County On Saturday


  • Georgia's Parole Board Schedules Clemency Hearing For Death Row Inmate
  • Heads Of State Agencies Make Their Cases To Lawmakers In Budget Hearings
  • Athens-Clarke County Executes Drug Bust, Arrests 17 And Confiscates $1 Million In Drugs


  • Georgia's Election Board Adopts New Rules For 2020
  • State Agency Heads Warn Of Potential Issues Related To Budget Cuts
  • Labor Commissioner Mark Butler Touts 2019 As A Big Year For Georgia Workers


  • Atlanta's Airport Will Screen Passengers For Chinese-Based Virus
  • Governor Kemp Travels To Germany For Business Trip
  • Georgia's State Economist Discusses Ongoing Budget Hearings


  • Kemp Plans To Expand State Office That Investigates Sexual Harassment Claims
  • Atlanta And Macon Break Temperature Records In 2019
  • POLL: Majority Of Georgians Are Against Impeachment


  • VP Mike Pence Honors MLK During Sunday Church Service Ahead Of Holiday
  • Georgia's Chief Turnaround Officer Ousted Amidst Investigation
  • Amazon Set To Open New Facility In Newnan, Creating 500 Jobs


  • Kemp Calls For Second Teacher Pay Raise In 2020 State Of The State Address
  • State Democrats Respond To Governor's Annual Address
  • Georgia Lawmakers Agree To Forcing Some Websites, Apps To Collect Sales Tax


  • Georgia Legislators Meet For Annual 'Eggs and Issues' Breakfast
  • Brian Kemp Will Deliver His Second State of the State Address Today
  • Outlook For Injured Baby Whale On Georgia's Coast Downgraded To 'Poor'


  • Scientists Say Injuries On Right Whale Calf Off Coast Worse Than Orginally Thought
  • Georgia Politicos Tout Strong Economy At Georgia Chamber ‘Eggs And Issues’ Breakfast
  • Bill Filed In State Legislature Could Change The Way Coal Ash Is Stored In Georgia 


  • In Atlanta, Ivanka Trump Says White House Pledges To Fight Human Trafficking
  • A New Republican Contender Enters 14th Congressional District Race
  • New Bill Would Change The Way Coal Ash Is Stored In Georgia


  • Atlanta Mayor Creates Office Of Inspector General
  • State Tax Revenues  Up After Months Of Decline
  • Atlanta Braves' Stadium To Be Renamed 'Truist Park'


  • Georgia Legislature Gears Up For 40 Day Session
  • Death Row Inmate Asks For Life In Prison, Execution Set For Thursday
  • Ivanka Trump To Visit Atlanta To Tour Human Trafficking Shelters


GPB Evening Headlines For Jan. 13, 2020

Jan 13, 2020

  • 2020 Legislative Session Begins As Budget Battle Looms
  • Parts Of Grady Hospital To Be Closed For Nearly A Year During Repairs
  • Lawyers Ask Georgia Panel To Spare Condemned Man's Life


  • Georgia's 2020 Legislative Session Begins Today
  • State Taking Public Comment On How To Use $4 Million Settlement With Honeywell
  • EF-0 Confirmed In Paulding/Cobb County On Saturday


  • 5 Georgians Died From Flu-Associated Illness During The First Week Of The Year
  • Another Democrat Plans To Jump In The Race To Challenge Sen. Loeffler
  • Rep. Collins Apologizes For Claiming Democrats Were 'In Love With Terrorists'


  • Presidential Candidate Michael Bloomberg To Attend Stacey Abrams Event In Atlanta
  • House Speaker David Ralston Warns Lawmakers To Prepare For A Long Session
  • Congressman John Lewis Returns To Work After Cancer Diagnosis


  • Georgia State House Speaker Predicts Lengthy Legislative Session
  • 4th Right Whale Calf Spotted Off Georgia Coast, Though Possibly Injured
  • 'Second Wave' Of Flu Infections Possible In Georgia, Health Officials Say


  • Rep. Hice Calls On House Speaker To Send Articles Of Impeachment To Senate
  • Coast Guard Selects Company To Remove Capsized Ship Off Georgia Coast
  • UGA Quarterback Announces He'll Enter NFL Draft


  • Fulton County Conviction Integrity Unit Offers Second Chance For The Wrongfully Convicted
  • David Perdue Co-Sponsors Bill That Would Allow Senate To Dismiss Impeachment Charges
  • Maternal Health Committee Says Georgia Should Extend Medicaid Covereage For Poor Mothers


  • Former Atlanta Official Sentenced To 2 Years In Corruption Probe
  • New Legal Unit In Fulton County To Investigate Questionable Convictions
  • U.S. Forest Service Seeking Public Comment On 20-Year Revitalization Plan in North Ga.


  • Atlanta City Council Member Speaks Out In Midst Of Iran/U.S. Tensions
  • Kelly Loeffler Officially Sworn In As A Georgia Senator By VP Mike Pence
  • Alex Trebek Shares Encouraging Message With Fellow Cancer Fighter, Congressman John Lewis


  • Kelly Loeffler Sworn In As Georgia's Newest U.S. Senator
  • Judge Nixes Defense Funding Appeal In Tara Grinstead's Murder
  • Law Enforcement Gave Out 50 Thousand Citations For Hands-Free Law In 2019


  • Kelly Loeffler Prepares To Be Sworn In As Georgia's Next U.S. Senator
  • Death Row Inmate To Get Hearing For Potential DNA Testing
  • Governor Kemp Appoints New Judge In South Georgia


  • Governor Brian Kemp Launches 2020 Census Initiative
  • Georgia's Newest Senator To Be Sworn In Monday
  • Atlanta's Mayor Says She Will Seek Second Term


  • Former Longtime State Lawmaker From Columbus Dies
  • Savannah's New City Council To Be Sworn In
  • Flood Watch In Effect For Parts Of Northwest Georgia


  • Some New Laws Go Into Effect Today
  • UGA Bulldogs To Face Off Against Baylor Bears In Sugar Bowl
  • Iconic Atlanta Dive Bar Closes


  • Georgia Authorities Schedule First Execution Of 2020
  • Georgia Ramps Up Delivery Of New Voting Machines As Election Deadline Looms
  • NOAA Reports Second Right Whale Calf Spotting Off Georgia Coasts


  • Isakson To Step Down From Senate Seat This Week
  • Georgia Ports Authority Gets Involved With Lock And Dam Lawsuit
  • West Georgia Ambulance Inc. Settles With HHS Over Alleged HIPAA Violations


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