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  • 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


  • Lieberman Enters Race For Isakson Senate Seat
  • Oil  And Fuel Escaping From Capsized Cargo Vessel
  • Braves Lose To Cardinals In Game 1 Of NLDS

  • Oil And Fuel Continue To Leak From Capsized Ship On Georgia Coast
  • Two Georgia Reps. Plan Vaping Bill For 2020 Session
  • Atlanta Braves Fall In First Game Of NLDS, Prepare For Game Two Today


  • Georgia Dignity Act Protects Female Inmates
  • Forsyth County Adds Polling Locations
  • Braves Begin Battle For NL Pennant

  • Atlanta Braves Begin Playoffs In NLDS Against St. Louis Cardinals At Suntrust Park
  • Forsyth County Adds Polling Places Ahead of 2020 Elections
  • Georgia Police Officer Files Federal Suit To Force Employer To Cover Gender Reassignment Medical Care


  • Cobb County Orders Sterigenics To Cease Operations
  • Georgia Sheriff's Deputy Sues Over Lack Of Transgender Insurance Coverage
  • Forsyth County Adds Polling Places Ahead Of 2020 Election


  • Judge Says Georgia's Abortion Law Can't Take Affect While Legal Challenge Is Pending
  • Dry Weather Leaves Peanut And Cotton Crops In Poor Conditions
  • UPS Receives Federal Certification For First 'Drone Airline'


  • Opera Diva Jessye Norman, An Augusta Native, Dead At 74
  • PSC Holds Hearings On Georgia Power Rate Increase 
  • UGA Secures Grant To Develop Universal Flu Vaccine

  • House Speaker Pro Tem Jan Jones Becames Latest Applicant For Isakson's Senate Seat
  • Public Service Commission Continues Public Hearings Concerning Rate Increases
  • Opera Singer and Augusta-Native Jessye Norman Dies At Age 74


GPB Evening Headlines For September 30, 2019

Sep 30, 2019

  • Public Service Commission Considering Georgia Power Rate Hike
  • Rep. Jan Jones Submits Application For Senate Seat Being Vacated By Isakson
  • UGA To Develop New Flu Vaccine With Multi-Million Dollar NIH Grant


  • Cobb County Commissioner Who Championed SunTrust Park Project Dies
  • State Economist Says Georgia Has 50 - 50 Chance Of Recession In 2020
  • Savannah Considers New Archeology Ordinances

  • Georgia's State Economist Says '50-50' Chance That Recession May Be Ahead
  • Risk Of Wildfire Increases As Drought In Southeast Worsens
  • Gwinnett County Police Chief Set To Retire In November


  • State Legislators Meet In Atlanta To Discuss Future Spending
  • Georgia Tech's Mens Basketball Team Recieves Discipline From NCAA
  • Former HHS Secretary Tom Price Submits Application To Replace Senator Isakson


  • Atlanta Unveils New Strategy To Increase Pedestrian Safety On City Streets
  • First Vaping-Related Death Reported In Georgia
  • Athens-Clarke Police Sieze Over 2,000 Fake THC Cartridges


  • Georgia Democrats Support House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's Impeachment Inquiry 
  • Atlanta-Based CDC Says More Babies Hospitalized With Flu Than Estimated
  • Oil Found In Marshes Near Capsized Ship Near St. Simons Island


  • Cout Hearing On Controversial Abortion Bill Will Take Place In Atlanta
  • Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Opens 75th Season Over The Weekend
  • City Of South Fulton To Explore Name Change For Second Time Since 2017


  • Georgia Water Coalition Releases 'Clean 13' List
  • Students Prepare For Youth Climate Strike In Atlanta At State Capitol
  • #3 University Of Georgia To Face #7 Notre Dame In College Football Showdown

  

  • Computers With Voter Data Stolen From Grove Park Location Before Local Elections
  • Governor Kemp Launches Website To Accept Applications For U.S. Senate Seat Appointment
  • Emory University Investigates Use Of Racial Slurs By Two Law Professors



  • First Independent Tests Of Toxins Near Smyra's Sterigenics Plant Now Out
  • Conservation Groups Will Not Continue Court Battle Over Savannah Habor Deepening
  • Oglethorpe County Designated As Georgia's First Broadband Ready Communitiy


  • Results Of Third-Party Air Testing Around Cobb Sterigenics Lab Expected Soon
  • "Supermajority" Advocacy Group Holds Event In Atlanta To Encourage Women Voters
  • Atlanta Falcons Win Home Opener Against Eagles On Sunday Night Football


  • Lawsuit Filed Against Georgia Pipeline Company
  • Papers Served To Augusta Commissioner In Ongoing Corruption Investigation
  • Savannah's New Musical Director Makes His Debut Tomorrow


  • Gov. Kemp Launches Rural Strike Team
  • Port Of Brunswick Reopens
  • Midtown Music At Piedmont Park This Weekend

  • Parents Of Georgia Tech Student Shot By Police File Lawsuit
  • Deadlines Extended For Food Stamp Recipients Affected By Hurricane Dorian
  • Ports Authority Plans Hutchinson Island Terminal


  • Abrams Releases Democratic Strategy Playbook
  • Today Is Final Day For Public Comment On Okefenokee Mining Proposal
  • Braves Reliever Pitches Immaculate Inning

  • First Responders Honored At Special Mass On Sept. 11 Anniversary
  • Investigation Begins Into Why Ship Capsized Off Georgia's Coast
  • Cox Enterprises To Lay Off Almost 90 Employees Following Sale Of TV And Radio Stations


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