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  • Georgia schedules second death row execution of 2018
  • Governor deals threatens 'executive action' if Blue Cross and Piedmont fail to compromise
  • GBI continues to work through thousands of old rape kits

  •   Ransomware attack costs the city of Atlanta millions to fix
  •   Georgia GOP shells out more than $500,000 in racial discrimination settlement
  •   Jimmy Carter "prays" that Trump can find a nonviolent solution in Syria
     

  •   Atlanta announces new transparency website to track city spending
  •   REP. Buddy Carter prepares to grill Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerburg
  •   Atlanta Hawks close out season with another loss

  • Hundreds march to capitol after MLK service on 50th anniversary of his funeral
  • Atlanta mayor asks all cabinet members to hand in their resignations  
  • NEH hands out more than $270,000 in grants to Georgia, including to UGA and ATL Beltline

  • More than 30,000 people could turn out for March For Humanity in Atlanta
  • Report shows Georgia is making progress against opioid epidemic
  • Atlanta United wins fourth straight game

  •  Remains of CDC research Timothy Cunningham found after weeks of searching 
  •  DeKalb Sheriff Jeffrey Mann fights to remain in office after indecent exposure arrest
  •  Georgia Tech unveils Rosa Parks art installation: "Continuing the Conversation"

  • Children of MLK gather to honor their father
  • The National Prescription Drug Abuse and Heroin Summit comes to Atlanta
  • Deal promises to cover added cost for state employees during Blue Cross, Piedmont dispute 

  •  Atlanta continues to recover from ransomware hack
  •  Augusta readies for the Masters golf tournament this week
  •  State Board of Pardons and Paroles plans victim meetings

  •  Zell Miller honored by former presidents in Tuesday's ceremony
  • Lawmakers pass changes to Georgia's criminal justice system
  • Tiger Woods draws interest, higher ticket prices for Masters in Augusta

  •   Atlanta ransomware attack continues at city hall
  •  Omega Psi Phi fraternity faces financial misuse allegations
  •  Former governor Zell Miller memorialized in Atlanta

  •  Students march around the state, including Atlanta and Augusta
  •  Week of remembrance begins for former governor Zell Miller
  •  Atlanta continues to grapple with cyber attack

  • 'Ransomware' attack on City of Atlanta
  • Georgia prepares for March For Our Lives on Saturday
  • MLS All Stars will face Italy's Juventus in Atlanta

  •   Gun activists rally at the State Capitol
  •   The Atlanta Hawks face a discrimination lawsuit from a former employee
  •   New research shows how fellow airline passengers can get us sick

  •   Garlton Cary scheduled for execution tonight
  •   Students around Atlanta participate in the National School Walkout

  •   Georgia may soon replace outdated voting machines
  •   Atlanta United sets another attendance record in home opener win
  •   HB 834 offers a way out for victims of family violence

  •   Repairs continue after Dekalb water pipe break
  •   Facebook announces new Data Center in Stanton Springs
  •   KSU student group launches lawsuit against the university

In today's news:

  • General assembly tackles major issues, including adoption and opioids
  • GA Black Caucus honors 'Original 33' black legislators
  • Atlanta Dream sign 2-time WNBA champion

In today's news:

  • Lawmakers react to the State of the Union
  • Fort Stewart troops head to the Korean peninsula
  • South Fulton searches for new police chief

In today's news:

  • Atlanta sees record employment numbers from last year
  • Stacey Evans campaign removes ad filmed at Ebenezer Baptist church
  • Film featuring a Decatur woman who averted a school shooting debuts this weekend

In today's news:

  • Atlanta schools and government remain closed after another winter storm
  • Delays at HFJ Airport continue
  • Hypothermia claims multiple lives over the past weeks due to the cold

Today's headlines:

  • Winter weather heading to North Georgia and Metro Atlanta
  • David Perdue denies Trump's derogatory comments towards African countries
  • UGA's Roquan Smith declares for the NFL Draft

Today's news:

  • Governor Deal recaps his time in office in the State of the State of address
  • Falcons prepare for second round playoff matchup against Eagles
  • Gwinnett Commissioner Tommy Hunter threatens lawsuit after public reprimand

In today's headlines:

-Governor Deals says Georgia is a top competitor for Amazon's HQ2

-Gwinnett swears in it's first Latino mayor

-APD faces federal allegations of evidence tampering and excessive force

-Governor Deal speaks at "Eggs and Issue" breakfast this morning

-Agnes Scott College announces new president

-South Fulton will not become "Renaissance" after mayor's veto

In today's headlines:

-Winter weather advisory in Atlanta

-Thousands of fans in town for college football championship

-Georgia's general assembly will meet for the first time this morning

In today's headlines

-Storm forces Delta to cancel nearly 1,000 flights

-Falcons prep for NFL playoff this weekend

-Atlanta readies for the college football championship on Monday

In today's news:

-Coastal Georgia deals with fallout from Winter Storm Grayson

-Hate Law bill is pre-filed in Georgia legislature

-Comcast and Coke plan early year lay-offs

In today's news:

  • Keisha Lance Bottom's becomes Atlanta's next mayor
  • Governor Nathan Deal declares a state of emergency for coastal Georgia
  • Veteran Atlanta news anchor Amanda Davis is laid to rest

Today's headlines:

  • GDOT announces holiday work stoppage to limit lane closures
  • Plant Vogtle will continue after PSC vote on Thursday
  • Former Roswell city council member indicted on child pornography charges 

In today's news:

  • Mary Norwood officially concedes after recount in Atlanta's mayoral race
  • The Public Service Commission prepares to decide Plant Vogtle's fate
  • Officials at Atlanta's airport apologize for the blackout over the weekend

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