• Augusta Working To Improve Access For Disabled Voters
  • Atlanta Dream Win Sixth Straight With WNBA Playoffs Looming
  • Stacey Abrams Clarifies Gun Control Comments After Weekend Speech

  • Kemp Resignation Calls Grow Louder
  • GA State Employee Health Benefit Costs To Stay Flat In 2019
  • ASO Diversity Program Marks 25th Year

  • Secretary of State's office considers replacements for Georgia's voting system
  • Athens Clark County Police cleared of excessive force
  • U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announces $100 million infusion to victim's advocacy work in Georgia

  • NSA Leaker Reality Winner Sentencing Scheduled
  • Plant Vogtle Construction Costs Increase By Another $1B
  • Profits Increase By 129% For Atlanta Braves

For years, Ryan Cameron was one of the signature voices of Atlanta.


Born and bred in the city, Ryan enjoyed a long career in radio. He hosted morning shows on several local stations, including V-103.



  • Georgia Democrats Call For Brian Kemp To Resign As Secretary Of State
  • Stacey Abrams Announces Her Stance On Education Funding
  • Kasim Reed's  Former Chief Of Staff Expected To Plead Guilty To Bribery Charges

  • GA immigration Enforcement Review Board Members Resign
  • ATL City Council Considers Extended Hours For Bars During Superbowl
  • Two Marietta High School Football Standouts Banned For The Season

  • Atlanta Dream Clinch Playoff Berth After Missing The Postseason In 2017
  • Streets Named After The Confederacy Could Soon Be Changed In Atlanta
  • I-75 Wall Collapse May Delay Opening Of New Interstate Lanes

  • June Wall Collapse On I-75 To Delay Northwest Corridor Express Lanes Opening
  • New Federal Prosecutors Join Atlanta-Based U.S. Attorney Office
  • Fulton and Columbia Counties Make Changes To School Security Measures

  • Cobb County 9-1-1 Lawsuit Against TelComms Goes To GA Supreme Court
  • Soldier From Adairsville GA Dies At Fort Campbell
  • Report: Violent Crime Down 40% In Two Atlanta Neighborhoods

  • Democrats File Ethics Complaint Against Kemp
  • Investigation Uncovers $150K Secret Payment To Former Airport Executive
  • Athens Civil Rights Leader Dies

  • Increased Rainfall Causing Problems For Aging City Sewer Systems
  • Philips Arena Filling 900 New Jobs To Work In Newly Renovated Venue
  • Remains Of Historic Milledgeville Prison To Be Destroyed

  • Spring Cyber Attack Costs Atlanta $17m
  • Gov. Deal Says State Agencies Can Ask For Budget Increases This Year
  • 72-Thousand Attend MLS All-Star Game

  • Atlanta City Council Schedules MARTA Town Hall Meetings
  • Kemp Says He'll Remove Campaign Links From Secretary Of State Website
  • MLS All-Star Game Tonight At Mercedes Benz Stadium

GPB Evening Headlines For Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Jul 31, 2018

  • Macon Residents Divided Over Proposed Property Tax Hike
  • Gwinnett County Commissioners To Vote On MARTA Expansion
  • Yellow River Game Ranch Reopens

  • Darknet PR Specialist To Be Sentenced In Atlanta Federal Court
  • Tornado-Damaged Savannah Area School Delays Opening
  • $20K Reward Offered In Military Spouse Murder At Ft. Stewart

Georgia News Lab

President Trump's ongoing war with the media was amplified in several ways last week.


Trump’s staff banned a CNN reporter from a Rose Garden event because she asked the president tough questions during a press gaggle.

The President also attacked the media during a speech to veterans, where he told them not to trust negative news about him.

GPB Morning Headlines For Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Jul 31, 2018

  • Governor Deal Approves Jet Fuel Tax Beak For Delta, Other Carriers
  • New Poll Shows Support For Putting More Funds Into High Povery School Districts
  • Braves Pitcher Sean Newcomb Apologizes For Offensive Tweets

  • Andrew Young Makes First Public Appearance Since May Illness
  • Clean-Up Underway Following Savannah Area Tornado
  • Blueberry Crop Off By As Much As 60 Percent

GPB Morning Headlines For Monday, July 30, 2018

Jul 30, 2018

GPB Evening Headlines For Friday July 27, 2018

Jul 27, 2018

  • UGA Lands Nearly $1m In Agriculture Research Grants From USDA
  • Roswell Officers Fired In Wake Of 'Coin Flip' Arrest Decision
  • Shorebird Population Boom On Jekyll Island

GPB Morning Headlines For Friday, July 27, 2018

Jul 27, 2018

  • Abrams Begins Statewide Tour Ahead Of November Gubernatorial Election
  • Thousands Of Georgia Tech Students Have Personal Information Exposed
  • JSTARS Program At Robins Air Force Base May Be In Jeopardy

Michael Cardin/ WUGA

For Latinos, living through current events in modern-day America can be incredibly stressful.


Recent sources of stress include the Trump administration's practice of separating children from their parents at the U.S. border and commercials from local candidates running for office threatening to round up immigrants.



  • Democratic Gubernatorial Nominee Stacey Abrams Launches Jobs Tour
  • Georgia's Thunderstorms Wetter, Stronger
  • Former Atlanta Chief Of Staff Racked Up Big Travel Charges

  • Couple Faces Over $10K in Fines For Turtle Touching
  • UPS Says Voluntary Retirement Buyouts Will Save $200M
  • Isner Goes For 5th Atlanta Open Title