AtlantaNewsFeed

  • Plans For Off-Shore Drilling Off Georgia Coast Dropped Indefinitely
  • Three New Measles Cases Confirmed In Georgia
  • Calls Grow For Slavery Reparations At University Of Georgia 
  • Agnes Scott College To Inaugurate Ninth President This Week


  • Georgia's Hepatitis A Outbreak Spreading
  • Cobb County School Department Employees Targeted For Big Raises
  • Good Year For Sea Turtle Nests Predicted

  • Georgia's Parole Board To Consider Clemency In Death Penalty Case
  • President Trump Speaks At Prescription Drug Conference In Atlanta
  • Falcons Have 14th Overall Selection In Tonight's NFL Draft


  • President, First Lady Deliver Remarks In Atlanta
  • Kemp Says He's Delivered On Promises During First 100 Days
  • Atlanta To Host NCAA Men's Final Four For Fifth Time


  • President, First Lady Address Drug Abuse Summit
  • Professors Sue Governors Over Campus Carry Laws
  • Vidalia Onions Are Now In Season

  • FAA To Audit Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport
  • State Ethics Commission Loosens Campaign Contribution Guidelines
  • Falcons Prepare For Thursday's NFL Draft

  • New Republican Candidate Enters 7th District Race
  • Agriculture Census Paints Positive Picture For Georgia Farms
  • Supreme Court To Hear Georgia Case On LBGT Workplace Discrimination


  • Georgia Gas Prices Unchanged
  • New Atlanta City Councilman Sworn In
  • Atlanta United Continues To Struggle

  • Official Report Lists Hurricane Michael As Cat. 5 Storm
  •  Central GA Floods After Severe Weather Moves Through State
  • Anthem To Bring Jobs To Atlanta's Tech Square


  • Strong Storms Batter Georgia Today
  • Hepatatis A Cases Increase in Georgia
  • Braves Begin Weekend Series In Cleveland Tonight

  • Gov. Kemp Signs Multiple Sex Trafficking Bills
  • Metro Atlanta Becomes Fourth Fastest Growing Region In U.S.
  • West Georgia Schools To Open Late Tomorrow Due To Severe Weather


  • New Markers For Confederate Monuments Delayed
  • Atlanta Now 9th Largest Metro Area In America
  • Braves Lose  Again To Arizona

  • New Census Data Shows Big Growth For The Atlanta Metro Area
  • Cory Booker Takes Shot At Heartbeat Bill During Atlanta Campaign Stop
  • Governor Kemp Signs Medical Marijuana Bill


  • Gov. Kemp Signs Medical Marijuana Bills, Expands Patient Access
  • State Lawmakers To Eliminate Immigration Enforcement Review Board
  • Antonio Brown Becomes Newest Member Of Atlanta's City Council


  • President, First Lady To Speak At Atlanta Drug Summit
  • Lyft, City Of Atlanta Partner To Fight Food Deserts
  • Augusta City Administrator, General Counsel Both Resign

  • Atlanta's Westside Residents Elect Antonio Brown As Newest City Councilor
  • Carter Center Hosts Forum On Mental Health Of Children
  • Thousand Of Georgia College Students Will See Tuition Increase Next Fall


  • Tuition To Increase For Students In The University System Of Georgia
  • State Leaders Gather To Address Mental Health Resources For Children
  • Lyft And Atlanta Partner To Fight Food Deserts


  • Atlanta Mayor Pushes Anti-Conversion Therapy Measure
  • ATL City Council District 3 Run Off Today
  • Last Day For Public Comment On Savannah Bluff Lock & Dam Removal

  • Governor Brian Kemp Names Leader Of Gang Task Force
  • Atlanta City Council Could Ban Smoking In More Public Places
  • Voters Head To The Polls In District 3 Special Election In Atlanta 


  • Kemp Announces Head Of New GBI Task Force
  • Georgia No Longer Leads Nation In Pecan Production After Hurricane Michael
  • Atlanta Could Ban Smoking In Public
  • President Trump Consults President Carter On China


  • Morehouse Will Begin Accepting Transgender Students In 2020
  • New Poll Shows Georgians Favorability Rating For Trump, Abrams, And Kemp
  • Tiger Woods Wins The Masters In Augusta, Earning His 15th Major Championship


  • Severe Weather With Possible Tornadoes In Sunday's Forecast
  • CDC Links E. Coli Outbreak In Georgia To Ground Beef
  • New Research Shows Revolutionary War Icon May Have Been Intersex


  • Atlanta City Councilman Considering 'Congestion Tax' For Buckhead Commuters
  • Remains Of Casimir Pulaski In Savannah Offer Window Into Complexities Of Gender
  • State Ethics Commission To Subpoena Bank Records From Stacey Abram's Campaign


  • Lawsuit Alleges South Fulton Jail Held Mentally Ill Women In Unsanitary Conditions
  • Congress Remains Stalled On Federal Disaster Aid Bill That Would Aid Georgia Farmers
  • 2019 Masters Tournament Begins At Augusta National Golf Course


  • Farmers Hopeful For Calm Hurricane Season As Planting Begins
  • Georgia Congressman Calls Out President For Stall On Disaster Relief
  • Supply Chain Tech Company Plans To Move Into Midtown CODA Building


  • Governor Kemp Yet To Sign Heartbeart Bill Or 2020 Budget 
  • Atlanta Woman Becomes First HIV Positive American To Donate An Organ
  • Chris Erwin Wins District 28 House Seat After Third Election 


  • Two Georgia Universities, UGA and GT, Make List Of Top 30 Public Colleges
  • University Of Georgia Scientists Complete First Ever Edit Of Lizard Genome With CRISPR
  • REPORT: HHS Targeting Atlanta As One City To Shelter Migrant Children

GPB Evening Headlines For April 8, 2019

Apr 8, 2019

  • Work Begins On Raising Tybee Island Highway Prone To Tidal Flooding
  • Closed Middle Georgia Southern Rock Studio To Re-Open
  • Georgia Tech, UGA Place In Top 30 Of Ranking Of Public Colleges
  • Jennifer Kupcho Makes History As Winner Of First Women's Tournament At Augusta National


  • Early Voting Begins In Race For Atlanta District 3 City Council Seat
  • Jennifer Kupcho Wins First Ever Women's Tournament At Augusta National Golf Course
  • Former Columbus Mayor Teresa Tomlinson Starts Exploratory Committee For 2020 Senate Race 


  • Seven Indicted In Alleged Pimping Ring At Fort Valley State University
  • USDA Secretary 'Disappointed' Federal Disaster Relief Bill Failed
  • Former Columbus Mayor Becomes First Formal Challenger To Sen. David Perdue


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