AtlantaNewsFeed

  • Some GA Republicans Break With Party To Approve Disaster Relief
  • Governor Kemp Signs 2020 Budget, Mandates Teacher Pay Raises
  • Atlanta Beltline Makes Largest Commitment Ever To Affordable Housing


  • Isakson, Perdue Continue Push For Disaster Recovery Aid
  • Measles A Concern For Clayton County, Hartsfield Jackson Airport
  • Plant Vogtle Powers Up Third Nuclear Reactor

  • Governor Brian Kemp Is Set To Sign Georgia's Budget
  • Georgia's Minimum Marriage Age Increases To 17
  • STUDY: Hartsfield Jackson Airport Puts Clayton At Risk Of A Measles Outbreak


  • Governor Kemp To Sign Budget Tomorrow
  • New Law Increases Minimum Age Of Marriage
  • New Regulations Signed Into Law For Private Beachfront Property


  • Georgia Tourism Revenue Grows
  • Childhood Home Of Maynard Jackson To Be Demolished
  • Atlanta United On Winning Streak

  • GA. Maternal Mortality Rate Leads Nation
  • New Law Lengthens Rape Kit Preservation Time
  • High School Football Championship Games Move Out of MBS

  • Governor Brian Kemp Signs Controversial Abortion Bill
  • Lyft And Uber Drivers Plan To Strike Wednesday For Better Wages
  • CDC Names Georgia As The Worst State For Maternal Mortality


  • Kemp Signs Bill Restricting Abortions
  • Activists Call For Jail Closure
  • Official In North Georgia City Spark Outrage With Comments About Black Job Candidate, His Family

  • Calls Continue For Atlanta City Jail To Be Closed Or Converted
  • NRA President Apologizes For Comments Made About Lucy McBath
  • Governor Brian Kemp Prepares To Sign Abortion Bill At The Capitol


  • Kemp To Sign Abortion Bill
  • Georgians Paid More In Taxes This Year
  • Atlanta Activists Continue To Push To Close City Jail


  • State Income Tax Revenue Up, Refunds Down In April
  • Pete Buttigieg Attends Carter Sunday School Class In Plains
  • Atlanta United Wins Big Vs. Sporting Kansas City

  • Fulton County Commissioner Emma Darnell Dies At Age 84
  • More Gnats Could Be Headed To North Georgia This Season
  • Atlanta United Wins 3-0 Against Sporting KC On The Road


  • Georgia Approves First Community Bank In More Than A Decade
  • Gnats Are Being Found North Of 'Gnat Line'
  • Remains Of A Korean War Veteran Return Home To Georgia


  • Kemp Taps Riley For State Treasurer
  • Some Valdosta State Students Object To Kemp As Commencement Speaker
  • Reed Invited To Address Graduates At Howard University

  • Georgia Executes Death Row Inmate Scotty Morrow
  • Fulton County School Board Selects New Superintendant
  • Governor Kemp Signs Education Bills, Including Mandated Screening For Dyslexia


  • Georgia Attorneys Launch Investigation Into Catholic Church Child Abuse
  • Kemp Signs Dyslexia, Computer Science Bills
  • Georgia To Execute First Inmate This Year


  • Clemency Denied For Condemned GA Inmate
  • AG Carr Launches Catholic Church Sex Abuse Probe
  • Braves, Padres Play Afternoon Game At Suntrust Park

  • Parole Board Denies Clemency For Death Row Inmate, Execution Scheduled For Tonight
  • Former Columbus Mayor Teresa Tomlinson Announces 2020 Senate Campaign
  • Gwinnett County Set To Renew Controversial 287 (g) Partnership With ICE


  • Democrat Teresa Tomlinson Enters 2020 Senate Race
  • Brian Kemp Vetoes First Bill As Governor
  • Georgia Parole Board Considers Fate Of Man Scheduled To Be Executed Thursday


  • Tomlinson Officially Enters Senate Race
  • GA School Safety Bill Faces Pushback
  • Clemency Hearing Today For Death Row Inmate

  • David Perdue, Other Senators Call For Southern Aid Package For Hurricane Recovery
  • Critics Of SChool Safety Bill Ask Governor Kemp For A Veto
  • Gwinnett County Woman Sentenced To Death After Represeting Herself In Murder Case


  • Georgia Senators Desperate For Disaster Relief Funding From Congress
  • Gwinnett Co. Jury Delivers First Death Penalty Sentence In Five Years
  • Condemned Georgia Man Asks Parole Board To Spare His Life


  • Abrams Opts Out Of Senate Race
  • Former Bibb County Schools Superintendent Reports To Prison
  • Braves Win First Of Four Against San Diego

  • Judge To Consider Whether Lawsuit Against Georgia's Election System Should Move Forward
  • Memorial Planned For 9 Airmen Killed In 2018 Plane Crash Near Savannah
  • Race To Fill A Seat On The Georgia Supreme Court Begins To Heat Up


  • Federal Judge Hears Arguments On Lawsuit Alleging Mishandling Of 2018 Election
  • John Barrow Enters Race To Fill Georgia Supreme Court Seat
  • Federal Officials Considering New Reccomendations To Protect Right Whales


  • Seismic Testing Off Georgia's Coast Still A Possibility
  • Orange Crush Organizer Arrested By Tybee Police
  • Burn Center In Augusta To Break Ground On $75m Expansion

  • Mourners Gather In Atlanta To Pray For Victims Of California Synogogue Shooting
  • Stacey Abrams Expected To Make Decision On Political Future On Monday Or Tuesday
  • Georgia's Top Officials Seek Clarity On Potential Changes To Multistate Lottery Laws


  • Georgia's First Black Supreme Court Justice To Step Down
  • Seismic Testing Could Proceed Despite Offshore Drilling Pause
  • Gov. Kemp Signs Bills To Expand Rural Internet Access


  • 3 New Measles Cases Confirmed In Georgia
  • AU Health System Shows $24-Million Loss
  • Tybee Island Prepares For Orange Crush

  • GA Health Officials Confirm Three New Measles Cases
  • Atlanta Falcons Select Two Offensive Lineman In The First Round Of The NFL Draft
  • UGA Students Prepare To Demonstrate In Support Of Reparations For Slave Descendants


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