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GPB Morning Headlines For Friday, June 22, 2018

Jun 22, 2018

  • Keisha Lance Bottom's Says Atlanta Won't Work With ICE To House Detainees
  • Atlanta's City Hall Named One The Most Secretive Governments In The U.S.
  • NSA Leaker Reality Winner Pleads Guilty After Year In Prison


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Writer, actor and comedian Maz Jobrani has been using humor to talk about race and stereotypes in American culture for more than a decade.

Jobrani, who is Iranian-American, has tackled these sensitive subjects through stand up comedy, including last year’s protests surrounding President Trump’s travel ban.

 

 

 

  • U.S. Supreme Court Ruling Opens Door For Online Sales Taxes
  • Atlanta To Review ICE Detainment Policies
  • Georgia Tobacco Farmers Expect Decrease In Harvest


  • Cagle Committee To Consider State Take Over Of Hartsfield Jackson Airport
  • DNR To Vote On New Rules For Deer Hunters
  • Georgia Aquarium Expansion Project Moves Forward

  • ATL Mayor Bottoms Refuses To Hold ICE Detainees In Response To Child Separation Policy
  • Atlanta Hawks Will Make The 3rd Overall Selection In Tonight's NBA Draft
  • Gerrymandering Tour In Georgia Will Explain How Political Districts Are Drawn

  • Georgia House Representatives To Vote On Immigration Tomorrow
  • Mayor Bottoms Prohibits City Jail From Accepting ICE Detainees
  • Adovocacy Group Embarks on Gerrymandering Education Tour

  • Georgia Maintains Triple-A Credit Rating
  • Augusta Takes Steps Toward White Water Riverfront Attraction
  • Another Child Dies After Being Left In Hot Car


GPB Evening Headlines For Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Jun 19, 2018


  • Atlanta City Council Approves First Budget Of Lance Bottoms Administration
  • No-Show Jurors May Delay Race-Related Murder Trial
  • DOE Appealing MOX Construction Continuation Ruling

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For bobsledder and Georgia native Elana Meyers Taylor, the Olympics are a culmination of more than a decade of work.

She won three medals including silver at this year’s games in Korea.

But Taylor’s Olympic career almost ended in 2015 after she suffered a serious concussion.


GPB Morning Headlines For Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Jun 19, 2018

  • Georgia Supreme Court Reaffirms Liqour Ban At Sandy Springs Strip Clubs
  • Small Business Owners Have Less Than A Month To Apply For Aid After Hurricane Irma
  • New Climate Roadmap Tackles 40  Burning Questions For Climate Scientists 


GPB Evening Headlines For Monday June 18, 2018

Jun 18, 2018

  • After Supreme Court Ruling, Georgia Gerrymandering Cases Continue
  • New Hands-Free Law To Go In Effect July 1
  • New Campaign Aims To Fight Opioid Abuse With Education 


  • Report Says Cagle Got No Money From Walton Family Foundation
  • Chattahoochee Now Safe For Recreational Use
  • Hands-Free Phone Use Mandate Goes Into Effect July 1st

GPB Morning Headlines For Monday, June 18, 2018

Jun 18, 2018


GPB Evening Headlines For June 15, 2018

Jun 15, 2018
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  • Walmart heirs deny involvement in Georgia governor's race
  • Civil rights leaders protest at Waffle House headquarters in Norcross
  • Letter by Christopher Columbus stolen from Vatican found in Atlanta 


  • Cagle Purchased Downtown ATL Condo From Lobbyist For Below Market Value
  • Flannery O'Connor's "Andalusia" To Re-open Next Week
  • Hundreds Of American Airlines Flight Cancellations Impact Georgia Travelers

GPB Morning Headlines For Friday, June 15, 2018

Jun 15, 2018

  • CDC Says Salmonella Outbreak Linked To Kellogg's Honey Smack Cereal
  • ATL Mayor Offering Bonuses To Help Retain Police Officers
  • Georgia Sets New Jobs Record In May


  • Georgia Sued Over Congressional District Lines
  • Proposed Camden Spaceport Under Scrutiny
  • 125-Year-Old Church Building Moved In Augusta

  • Atlanta One Of 23 Finalists To Host World Cup Games In 2026
  • Cobb Residents Push Back Against Potential Closures Of Pools And Libraries
  • Stacey Abrams Endorsed By Former Ga. Gov. Roy Barnes


  • Georgia Coast Could Get Own Rocket Launch Site
  • Future of Georgia's Voting System Disscused at Commision Meeting
  • Cobb County Residents Protest Possible Pool Closures


  • Atlanta Could Play Big Role In 2026 World Cup
  • Audit Uncovers Overtime Overruns During Reed Administration
  • UGA Football Season Tickets More Expensive To Get

In Georgia, 91% of non-custodial parents who owe child support are men.

 

For fathers who can’t afford to make those payments, that could mean a drivers license suspension, loss of visitation, or even jail.  

 

 


  • New Airport Interim GM Talks About Priorities At Hartsfield Jackson
  • Savannah Harbor Will Receive $85 Million For Deepening Project
  • Falcons Star Julio Jones Sits Out Of Mini Camp, Seeking New Deal


GPB Evening Headlines For Tuesday June 12, 2018

Jun 12, 2018

  • Atlanta Lawyers Tackle Backlog Of Cases After Court Computers Restarted
  • Kennesaw State University Gets New President
  • Voter Rights Groups Withdraw Challenge To Georgia's Voter Purge Process


  • Atlanta Municipal Court Back In Operation
  • New Study Says Georgia 9th Ranked State Economy In U.S.
  • Andrew Young Health Update

GPB Morning Headlines For Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Jun 12, 2018


GPB Evening Headlines For Monday June 11, 2018

Jun 11, 2018


  • Additional Federal Funding For SHEP Secured
  • ATL Municipal Court Computers Repaired Today
  • Music Midtown Announces 2018 Line Up

GPB Morning Headlines For Monday, June 11, 2018

Jun 11, 2018


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