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Panel: Health care workers, nursing homes first for COVID-19 vaccine

WASHINGTON — Health care workers and residents of nursing homes and other long-term care facilities would be the first people in the U.S. to...

Ga. Secretary of State deputy calls out Trump, senators over election threats

A deputy for Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger called out President Donald Trump and U.S. Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler Tuesday for not...

New pandemic relief proposal rolled out by bipartisan group in Congress

WASHINGTON - More than a dozen U.S. House and Senate members are pushing for a bipartisan coronavirus relief package to aid struggling states and...

Many hospitals report rise in COVID patients, fear post-holiday surge

Many Georgia hospitals have seen a steady and troubling rise in COVID patients in recent weeks. And hospital leaders are worried that gatherings during the...

Secretary of State investigates voting groups as Senate runoffs near

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger says his office is investigating four organizations accused of sending election-related mailers to people from other states.  Monday’s investigation...

Kemp’s office shuts down push for governor to intervene in election

The governor’s office is pushing back on President Donald Trump’s calls for Gov. Brian Kemp to use his “emergency powers” to force a review...

Kemp extends public health emergency and COVID restrictions

Governor Brian Kemp signed executive orders Monday extending the state's Public Health State of Emergency through January 8 and extending current COVID-19 restrictions through...

Will nursing homes be among first to get COVID vaccine?

Gov. Brian Kemp said Monday that as COVID-19 vaccine doses begin to be distributed, Georgia’s long-term care facilities should be among the first in...

Georgia replaces Iowa as center of political universe

Georgia is taking center stage in the American political theater, closing out a year that began with Iowans basking in their familiar role as...

Soil and Water Conservation Districts offer feral swine trapping services

Wild hog memes have been circulating to laughs on social media lately, but there's nothing funny about the damage they can do. Feral swine are...

Retailers ready to ‘social distance the savings’ for Black Friday 2020 style

Black Friday this year marks the start of what could be a difficult holiday season for many Georgians. Tens of thousands of workers continue to...

Kemp asks Georgians to do their part to prevent a possible twindemic

Governor Brian Kemp is urging Georgians to take precautions over the holidays to curb the spread of COVID-19. During a press conference Tuesday at the...