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  • Isakson Pushes For Disaster Relief Funding
  • Medicaid Waiver Bill Approved By House Panel
  • GSU Men, Mercer Women Begin NCAA Tourney Play Friday

  • Vice President Mike Pence Will Visit Atlanta's ICE Field Office
  • GA Senator Johnny Isakson Says Georgia Needs Federal Disaster Relief Package
  • Supreme Court Will Not Take Up Death Row Case Of Keith Leroy Tharpe


  • Isakson Responds To Trump, Calling Behavior 'Deplorable'
  • Supreme Court Rejects Case Of Georgia Man On Death Row
  • Korean Company To Open First U.S. Manufacturing Plant In Georgia


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  • Isakson Slams Trump For McCain Attacks
  • McBath Talks Infrastructure With City And State Officials
  • HHS Secretary Azar Detail HIV Eradication Plan At CDC

  • HHS Secretary Alex Azar Addresses Plan To Combat HIV
  • One Of Two Trials In Tara Grinstead Murder Case Begins This Week
  • Gwinnett Votes 'No' On MARTA Expansion Referendum


  • Rep. McBath Weighs In On Potential MARTA Expansion In Gwinnett Co.
  • Self-Driving Vehicles Could Come To DeKalb Co.
  • HHS Sec. Azar Addresses HIV Epidemic During Visit To Georgia


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  • Gwinnett County Votes On Transit Today
  • State Ethics Commission Choses New Director
  • Needle Exchange Bill Passes Out Of Senate Committee

  • Controversial 'Heartbeat Bill' Passes Committee Vote, Heads To Senate Floor
  • USDA Opens Up More Funding For Farmers And Growers In South GA After Storms
  • Democrats Speak Out Against Bill That Would Strengthen Protections For Confederate Monuments


  • Abortion Bill Passes Senate Committee Along Party, Gender Lines
  • Nine Candidates Running For Atlanta City Council Seat In Special Election
  • Cox Enterprises Looking To Sell Dozens Of Radio Stations Including WSB


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  • Heartbeat Bill Moves To Floor Of State Senate
  • Georgia Timber Industry Still Recovering From Hurricane Michael
  • Gwinnett Votes On MARTA Expansion Tuesday

  • Islamic Society Of Augusta Holds Interfaith Gathering After New Zealand Attacks
  • Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan Pushes For Two Term Limit For His Position
  • Georgia State Panthers Men's Team Punch Their Ticket To March Madness Tourney


  • Abortion Debate To Continue Through The Weekend At The State Capitol
  • Former Georgia U.S. Rep. Accused Of Improper Spending Of Campaign Funds
  • Hundreds Gather At Ebenezer Baptist Church For A Discussion On Climate Change


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  • St. Patrick's Day Weekend Underway In Savannah
  • Judge OK's "Profane" Planned Parenthood Buttons At Capitol
  • Atlanta United Face Philadelphia Union At MBS This Weekend

GPB/ Ellen Eldridge

Super Bowl 53 in Atlanta is nearly a distant memory, but the promise of making money during that big week is leaving some businesses wondering how they missed out.

Down the street from Mercedes Benz Stadium, artist and entrepreneur Miya Bailey says he didn’t make any extra money from the big game.

 

But Bailey, who lives in Castleberry Hill,  isn't waiting for anyone else to revitalize his neighborhood.

 

 


  • Voting Machine Legislation Passes Georgia House, Heads To Governor's Desk
  • Pastor Ralpael Warnock Of Ebenezer Baptist Church Leads Interfaith Meeting On Climate Change 
  • Heated 'Heartbeat Bill' Meetings Continue At The State Capitol


  • Atlanta Mayor Notes City's Achievements, Challenges During Annual Address
  • How Atlanta Came To Own The World's Busiest Airport
  • State Senate Committee Considers Changes To Abortion Bill
  • Voting Machine Reform Bill Heads To Governor's Desk


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  • Georgia Notches Record Year For International Exports
  • South Carolina Moves To Block Savannah Bluff Lock And Dam Removal
  • GA Senators Pitch For New Air National Guard Squadron In Savannah

U.S. Air Force/ Airman 1st Class Thomas Karo

If you have an emergency and need to call 9-1-1, how soon do you want to help to arrive? ASAP is likely your answer.

 

In the city of Dunwoody, ambulance response times were a hotly contested subject last spring after a number of calls were not handled promptly.

 

 


  • Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms To Give State Of The City Address
  • Atlanta United Defeats Monterrey, Loses Series By 3-1 Aggregate Score
  • ACLU Files Lawsuit To Allow Protestors To Wear Buttons At State Capitol


  • As Cost Questions Loom, Senate Passes Voting Machine Bill
  • Rain Brings 40M Gallons Of Sewage Spills In Atlanta Area
  • Georgia Sets Record For International Trade In 2018
  • Atlanta Mayor Prepares For Second State Of The City Address


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  • Augusta Woman Faces Federal Terrorism Charges
  • Cobb County To Upgrade Transit Services
  • DeKalb County Will Replace Water Meters

  • Governor Brian Kemp Signs Budget, Provides Funding Until June
  • ACLU Is Suing Four Metro Atlanta Counties After 2018 Election Issues
  • Three Georgia Historic Sites Will Recieve Protections Under New Bill


  • Four Georgia Counties Sued Over Election Problems, Long Waits
  • Georgia Rep. Introduces Bill To Regulate Men's Reproductive Health
  • Kemp Signs Amended Budget For Current Fiscal Year
  • Trump Approves New Protections For Some Georgia Historic Sites


  • Justice Clarence Thomas Speaks At Mercer University
  • Jackson County Pays Ransom To Hackers
  • Camden County Residents To Discuss Proposed Space Port Authority Tonight

  • Stacey Abrams Says 2020 Presidential Run Is "Definitely On The Table"
  • Commissioners In Cobb To Vote On Transit Plan
  • Mercer Women's Basketball Team Punches Ticket To March Madness


  • Atlanta United Disappoints In Home Opener
  • Changes To Public Transit Could Be Coming To Cobb County
  • Mercer Women's Basketball Team Brings Home Second Straight Conference Title


  • Congressman Buddy Carter Says U.S. Must Address Climate Change
  • Warner Robbins Police Chief Ousted
  • Mercer Women Return To NCAA Basketball Tournament 

Atlanta United FC

Atlanta United played their first home game of the MLS season on Sunday, drawing with FC Cincinnati by a score of 1-1.

Atlanta started the game with a goal by MVP Josef Martinez, his first of the season.

But after holding the lead for 80 minutes, Atlanta gave up the tying score to expansion team FC Cincinnati, which was only playing its second game in Major League Soccer.

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  • More Republicans Call For GA House Speaker David Ralston To Step Down
  • Educators Say More Children Are Dealing With Emotional And Mental 'Wounds'
  • Atlanta United Only Musters A Draw Against FC Cincinnati In Home Opener


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  • KLB Speaks Against Airport Takeover Bill
  • Talbot County Soliciting Clean Up Volunteers
  • GA High School Wheelchair Basketball Teams Compete In Macon Today

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