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GPB Morning Headlines For Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Jul 10, 2018

  • More Than 1,000 Georgia Drivers Ticketed/Warned Due To New 'Hands Free' Law 
  • APD Cracking Down On ATVs And Dirt Bikes On City Streets
  • SEC Media Days Coming To Atlanta For The First Time

GPB Evening Headlines For Monday July 9, 2018

Jul 9, 2018

  • Metro Atlanta Inequality Gap Grew Since 2000
  • Legislators Work To Resolve Border Dispute With Tennessee
  • Savannah Plans To Dismantle Homeless Camps


GPB Morning Headlines For Monday, July 9, 2018

Jul 9, 2018

  • REPORT: Gap Between Rich And Poor Communities In Atlanta Is Rising
  • Stacey Abrams Raises Nealy $3 Million Dollars In Campaign Funds Between April And June
  • Atlanta United Wins 12th Game Of The Season By Beating Philly On Saturday


  • Two Georgia Companies Ask Trump Administration Not To Impose Auto Tarrifs
  • Tybee Island Launches Beach Cigarette Disposal
  • Atlanta BeltLine CEO Brian McGowan Stepping Down 


  • Savannah City Council Considers Chatham County's First Statue of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • Police Officer-Involved Shootings Are On The Rise In Georgia
  • University of Georgia Quarterback Jake Fromm Fractures Hand While Wakeboarding 

GPB Evening Headlines For Tuesday July 3, 2018

Jul 3, 2018

  • Tens of thousands of runners, walkers and others prepare for the AJC Peachtree Road Race
  • Georgia State Patrol stopped more than 100 drivers under the new "hands-free" driving law
  • A veteran who set himself on fire to protest the Department of Veterans Affairs has died  

  • More Than 100 Cited On First Day Of 'Hands Free Georgia Act'
  • Thousands Expected For Peachtree Road Race On Wednesday
  • Forest Park To Decriminalize Marijuana

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Stigma can be one of the main reasons people with mental illness might not seek treatment or take their medication.

In communities of color, that stigma can be worse. In a race conscious society, many say they don’t want to be perceived as having yet another deficit.

 


 


GPB Evening Headlines For July 2, 2018

Jul 2, 2018

Georgians are learnig to abide by the state's new "hands-free" driving law.

Atlanta United drew the world's largest sports crowd on Saturday. 

Early voting gets underway today in Georgia's Runoff Election Tuesday, July 24th. 

silencetheshame.com

In May, a study published in the medical journal JAMA Pediatrics found that African American children under the age of 12 are taking their lives at roughly twice the rate of their white counterparts.

GPB Morning Headlines For Monday, July 2, 2018

Jul 2, 2018


GPB Evening Headlines For Friday June 29, 2018

Jun 29, 2018

  • Outside Lawyers Cost Millions For City Of Atlanta
  • DNR Cracking Down On Boating Under Influence
  • Unresolved Tax Issues Will Close Macon Libraries


  • GBI Warns Of Deadly New Street Drug Found During Autopsies
  • Savannah Names New Police Chief
  • 4th Inmate Dies In Custody This Week

GPB Morning Headlines For Friday, June 29, 2018

Jun 29, 2018

  • Family Separation Protests Planned For D.C, Atlanta, Savannah, Other GA Cities
  • Senator Isakson Reponds To Veteran Burning Himself In Protest Outside State Capitol
  • Georgia DNR Stepping Up Enforcement To Stop Boating While Intoxicated


GPB Evening Headlines For Thursday June 28, 2018

Jun 28, 2018

  • Atlanta Mayor Names New Procurement Chief
  • Georgia Senators Applaud Farm Bill Passage
  • Savannah Harbor Deepening Gets More Money

  • Equifax Inside Trader Indicted
  • Georgia Teen Births At All-Time Low
  • DEA Raids Gray, GA Medical Practice

Atlanta Voice

The newly created city of South Fulton is the only one in the U.S. with black women leading every major role of the judicial system.

 

 

 



  • SCOTUS Decision On Florida - Georgia Water Wars
  • Mercer University Gets $700K N.I.H. Grant
  • Today Is National HIV Testing Day


LVNB

Atlanta’s professional womens basketball team, the Atlanta Dream, is competing to return to the WNBA Playoffs after missing the postseason last year.

 

 


GPB Evening Headlines For Tuesday June 26, 2018

Jun 26, 2018


  • Veteran Lights Himself On Fire At Georgia Capital Building
  • Reality Winner Enters Guilty Plea In Espionage Case
  • Protest Rally Set For This Afternoon Following SCOTUS Travel Ban Ruling

GPB Morning Headlines For Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Jun 26, 2018

  • King Center For Nonviolent Social Change Celebrates 50 Year Anniversary
  • Atlanta, Dekalb County Schools Go To Court Over Emory Annexation
  • Rapper T.I. Says He Will Boycott Hometown Super Bowl Over New Anthem Policy


GPB Evening Headlines For Monday June 25, 2018

Jun 25, 2018


  • MARTA Maintains Streetcar Fare
  • Plasma Manufacturing Plant On The Way To Covington
  • Goats Go To Work In  Savannah

GPB Morning Headlines For Monday, June 25, 2018

Jun 25, 2018

  • Atlanta United Maintains Top Spot In Standings After Sunday's Draw
  • Rainbow Family Of Living Light Plans Festival In North Georgia
  • Savannah Utilizes Goats To Clear Brush And Invasive Plants


  • Georgia Health Insurance Exchange Plans Could Raise Rates
  • Atlanta Awarded 'Golden Padlock' Award For Records Secrecy
  • Savannah's New Marijuana Ordinance Goes In Effect July 


  • Cobb County Files Opiod Lawsuit
  • Half Of Evidence Missing In Timothy Coggins Murder Trial
  • Atlanta Employment Rate At All-Time High

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