• Henry County Hostage Standoff Ends Tragically
  • Lawmakers Consider Merging HBCU's
  • Women's Tournament At Augusta National Saturday

  • Governor Brian Kemp Signs 21 Bills Into Law 
  • Atlanta Legends Dissolved As AAF Enters Indefinite Suspension
  • Historic Women's Golf Tournament In Augusta Enters Final Round On Saturday

GPB Evening Headlines For April 4, 2019

Apr 4, 2019

  • Kemp Signs Law Legalizing Needle Exchanges, Approves Voting Reform
  • Pope Taps Atlanta Archbishop To Lead Washington D.C. Archdiocese
  • Augusta Hosts Inaugural Women's Golf Tournament


  • Kemp Signs New Election System Bill
  • Atlanta Bishop To Head Washington DC Archdiocese
  • Hawks Defeat Philadelphia

  • Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan Recaps 2019 Legislative Session
  • New Bill Opens Up Access To HIV Treatments For Georgians
  • Braves Manager Brian Snitker Offers Support To Bobby Cox After Stroke

  • Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan Reflects On 2019 Legislative Session
  • Legislators Approve Plan To Boost Access To HIV Prevention Drugs
  • Lawmakers Close Out Sine Die Legislative Session 


  • Georgia's 2019 Legislative Session Comes To An End
  • Republican Lawmaker Proposes State-Run Ethics Board For Journalists
  • Augusta National Women's Amatuer Tournament Begins Today


  • Georgia Passes Medical Marijuana Legislation On 'Sine Die'
  • Actress Alyssa Milano Leads Protest Of Abortion Bill At State Capitol
  • Former Braves Manager Bobby Cox Hospitalized After Possible Stroke


  • Today Is Last Day Of Legislative Session
  • SCOTUS Declines To Hear Calhoun Cash Bail Case
  • Braves Win Home Opener Against The Chicago Cubs

  • ATL Counts Initiative Launches Ahead Of 2020 Census
  • Legislators Prepare For Sine Die, The Last Day Of The 2019 Session
  • U.S. Senate Votes No On Federal Aid Package For Farmers

  • Lawmakers Prepare For Final Day Of Legislative Session
  • State Senate Approves Bill To Fix Loophole In Medical Marijuana Law
  • Measure Mandating Dyslexia Screenings For Children Heads To Governor's Desk


  • Objection To Hurricane Relief For Puerto Rico Endangers Storm Relief For Georgia
  • Off Shore Drilling Bill Goes Back To Georgia House Rules Committee
  • Dr. Jill Biden Talks Cancer Research At Morehouse  School Of Medicine

  • Governor Kemp To Decide Fate Of Controverisal 'Heartbeat' Abortion Bill
  • Atlanta Hosts Community Events To Educate People Ahead Of 2020 Census
  • Braves Prepare For Home Opener Against Chicago Cubs At Suntrust Park

  • KLB, City Officials Host Town Hall
  • Augusta Unveils New Vietnam War Memorial Today
  • Celebrities Weigh In On Heartbeat Bill

  • Georgia House OKs Statewide Airport Committee Instead Of Atlanta Airport Takeover
  • State Represenatives Approve More Protections For Monuments, Including Confederate Memorials
  • State Could Raise The Legal Marraige Age From 16 To 17

  • Teacher Pay Raise Makes The Grade As Lawmakers Pass FY 2020 Budget
  • Lawmakers Approve Measure Protecting Confederate Monuments
  • Georgia Tech Students To Test Launch Rockets On The Coast 


  • Georgia House Panel Proposes Alternative To State Take Over Of Hartsfield Jackson Airport
  • DNR Cautions Bears Are Coming Out Of Hybernation
  • Opening Day For The Atlanta Braves


  • Atlanta City Council To Investigate Hiring Of Mayor Bottom's Campaign Staff
  • Opening Day For MLB As Braves Take On Phillies To Start The Season
  • Controversial 'Heartbeat' Abortion Bill Could Be Voted On Today

  • Kemp Signs Patients First Act
  • Author Of Controversial Abortion Bill 'Worried' Support Is Wavering
  • Legislation Mandating Dyslexia Screenings Headed Back To State Senate


  • Film Production Organization Warns Kemp Against Signing Heartbeat Bill
  • Bill Authorizing High School Bible Courses Approved By House
  • Georgia Tech Fires Women's Basketball Coach

  • Georgia Senate Approves Hemp Farming Bill
  • Atlanta City Council Recount Reaffirms Runoff Between Byron Amos and Antonio Brown
  • Governor Kemp and Mayor Bottoms Welcome Northfolk Southern At New HQ

  • Norfolk Southern Breaks Ground On New Atlanta Headquarters
  • Hemp Farming Bill Passes Georgia House
  • Measure To Require Recess In Elementary Schools Close To Becoming Law 


  • GA. House Approves NextGen TelCom Bill
  • First Lady Marty Kemp Names Delta Exec To GRACE Commission
  • Lawmakers Consider Expanding Transportation Options In Rural Areas


  • Karen Handel Announces Bid To Reclaim Sixth District Congressional Seat
  • Some Georgia Military Spending Could Be Cut For Border Wall Funding 
  • Arthur Blank Sells Minority Share Of Falcons For $300 Million

  • Karen Handel Seeks Rematch For 6th Disctrict Seat
  • Georgia Military Projects Could Be Put On Hold To Allocate Money For Border Wall
  • Pollen In Georgia Is Worse Than Usual As Spring Arrives



  • Abortion Bill Headed To Governor's Desk
  • Parents Of Savannah Gang Members Sentenced For Juror Intimidation
  • GSU Men's Basketball Coach Resigns

  • Kamala Harris Brings Her Presidential Campaign To Georgia
  • Georgia Legislature Faces Multiple Issues As Session Winds Down
  • UGA Fraternity Investigated After Racist Video Surfaces


  • Raffensberger Investigating Lost Absentee Ballot Applications
  • Pivotal Lawmakers Celebrate Ocmulgee Expansion
  • Augusta Area Residents Weigh In On Lock And Dam Replacement Proposal


  • Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms Announces Re-Opening Of Atlanta Child Murders Case
  • Vice President Mike Pence Speaks Out During Atlanta Tour Of ICE Field Office
  • GSU Panthers Face The Houston Cougars In March Madness Matchup

  • Police To Re-Test Evidence In Atlanta Child Murders Case
  • Lawmakers Celebrate Expansion Of Ocmulgee National Historic Park
  • Sec. of State Opens Investigation Into Allegations Of Lost Absentee Ballots