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  • $19-Billion Disaster Aid Bill Blocked
  • Netflix Considers Future Productions In Georgia
  • All Things Considered To Broadcast From Atlanta United Tailgate Today

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  • Netflix Says It Will Help Fight Georgia's Abortion Bill
  • $19 Billion Dollar Storm Aid Package Delayed In House
  • The Georgia Ports Authority Elects New Commissioner


  • Atlanta Mayor Signs Legislation Aimed At Closing City Jail
  • Netflix Will 'Rethink' Investment In Georgia If Abortion Law Takes Effect
  • Georgia Ports Authority Elects New Leader


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  • Record Breaking Heat Continues Across Georgia
  • 19 Die In Drownings And Traffic Accident During Holiday Weekend
  • Braves Back In Action Against The Nationals Tonight

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  • Heatwave Continues In Georgia After Record Breaking Temps 
  • 5 Drownings, 14 Traffic Accident Deaths Over Memorial Day Weekend. 
  • Farmers Say Georgia's Peach Crop Should Yield 70 Million Pounds Of Peaches


  • Georgia Farmers Say Signs Point To Best Peach Season In Years
  • Georgia Tech To Host Opening Round In NCAA Baseball Tournament
  • Georgia Sees Record-Breaking Highs Over Memorial Day Weekend


  • Forecasters Predict Record-Breaking Temperatures For Holiday Weekend
  • Wildfire Almost Totally Contained At Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge
  • Coastal Police Seeking Information On Hit-And-Run Accident


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  • WNBA Season Begins With Atlanta Dream Hosting The Dallas Wings At State Farm Arena
  • Public Safety Officials Are Warning Boaters To Be Safe Over Memorial Day Weekend
  • U.S. Senate Passes $19 Billion Aid Package For Storm Recovery, Heads To House


  • Senate Passes Disaster Relief Bill That Would Deliver Aid To Georgia Farmers
  • Athens Becomes 4th Georgia City To Committ To 100% Clean Energy By 2035
  • Macon Matches High Temperature Record Thursday


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  • GSU: Georgia's Economy Expected To Slow Down
  • Augusta University Whistleblower Lawsuit To Move Forward
  • Atlanta To Get Food Forest

  • Atlanta City Council Approves 'Food Forest' Initiative
  • Hartsfield Jackson Airport Officials Warn Of A Busy Memorial Day Weekend
  • Covington Police Officer Honored After Recovering From Labor Day Shooting


  • Georgia Tech To Offer Identity Theft Protection To Over One Million Affected By Data Breach
  • Kemp Visits Georgia Film Studios Amid Backlash Surrounding Abortion Law
  • Macon Becomes 10th Georgia City To Decriminalize Small Amounts Of Marijuana


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  • Gwinnett County Sheriff Re-Ups ICE Partnership
  • Two Film Productions Opt Out Of Georgia
  • Judge Rules Voting Lawsuit Can Proceed

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  • Two Productions From Lionsgate And Amazon Will Leave Georgia
  • Protests Surrounding Heartbeat Abortion Bill Take Place At The Capitol
  • Election Lawsuit Concerning Paper Ballots Not Struck Down, Will Move Forward


  • Abortion Rights Supporters Pack Capitol Steps As Legal Fights Loom
  • Former County Commissioner Charged With Extorting Bribes
  • Federal Judge Rejects State Request To Toss Voting Lawsuit


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  • Atlanta City Council Opposes State's New Abortion Law
  • New NAACP Chapter Organizing In Suburban Augusta
  • Braves Defeat Giants In First Game Of Series

  • Atlanta City Council Passes Resolution To Oppose Abortion Ban
  • Task Force To Decide Fate Of City Jail In Atlanta
  • Wildfire Contained Inside Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge


  • Heatwave To Move Through Georgia This Week
  • Atlanta City Council Moves A Step Closer To Closing City Jail
  • Wildfire Under Control At Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge


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  • Sanders Rallies In Augusta
  • Student Loans Paid Off For Morehouse Grads
  • David Shafer Elected Chairman Of Georgia GOP

  • Beck Suspends Himself With Pay
  • Former A.G. Eric Holder Joins Census Participation Effort
  • GA Restaurants Warned Of Hepatitis A Outbreak

  • Carter Home From Hospital
  • Sen. Gillibrand In Georgia To Refute New Abortion Law
  • Atlanta United Wins 5th Straight Game

  • Presidential Candidate Kirsten Gillibrand Will Denounce Heartbeat Bill In Georgia
  • Weather Conditions Could Make Things Difficult For Georgia's Crops
  • Macon Could Be Next Georgia City To Decriminalize Marijuana


  • GA Insurance Commissioner Beck Turns Himself In To Federal Authorities
  • Atlanta's Public Trust Commission Begins Its Work
  • Woodstock Teens Sentenced To 20 Years In Prison For School Attack Plot

  • Public Trust Task Force Meets In Atlanta For The First Time
  • Governor Kemp Cancels Trip To L.A. In Face Of Abortion Bill Backlash
  • Atlanta Hawks Will Have #8 and #10 Picks In The First Round Of The NBA Draft


  • Georgia Insurance Commissioner Jim Beck Federally Indicted
  • Field At UGA's Sanford Stadium To Be Named After Vince Dooley
  • Pooler To Get Two New Voting Precincts 


  • Atlanta Government Ethics Task Force Meets For First Time Today
  • Congress Members Visit Atlanta VA Medical Center
  • King Center Reconsiders Tearing Down Maynard Jackson Jr. Childhood Home

  • Former President Jimmy Carter Has Successful Surgery After Breaking Hip
  • Governor Kemp Dissolves Controversial Immigration Board
  • Atlanta Hawks Have 5th Best Odds To Land #1 Overall Pick In Tonight's Draft Lottery

  • Former President Jimmy Carter Recovering After Surgery For Broken Hip
  • DeKalb School District Continues To Stave Off Annexation
  • Savannah Police Officer Remembered After Being Killed In Line Of Duty


  • Savannah Police Officer Killed In Line Of Duty
  • Augusta Explores Municipal Marijuana Farm
  • Rep. Buddy Carter Draws Primary Opponent

  • Atlanta United Extends Winning Streak To Four Games
  • Augusta Wants To Begin Growing Marijuana In Wake Of New Law
  • Michelle Obama Visits Students At Spelman College Ahead Of Book Event


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