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Advocates press for state to serve more Georgians with disabilities

The head of a state agency said Thursday she wants to start a conversation about how Georgia can address the list of people with...

Georgia Supreme Court justices back to bench as in-person cases resume

Wednesday's return of in-person hearings before the Georgia Supreme Court featured back and forth exchanges with justices and attorneys separated by mere feet instead...

Plant Vogtle monitors predict more nuclear plant expansion delays

Plant Vogtle’s first new nuclear reactor may not start producing energy for Georgia consumers until at least next June, which would be a longer...

Biden’s public lands pick wins environmental advocate backing

Environmental groups are lining up behind President Joe Biden’s nominee to lead the Bureau of Land Management prior to her Tuesday confirmation hearing. More than...

Biden administration stalls Kemp plan to bypass fed’s health care website

This story was updated with additional comment at 11 a.m. Friday, June 4.  The Biden administration has flagged another significant part of Gov. Brian Kemp’s...

State school board to consider ‘critical race theory’ ban in Georgia

The Georgia Board of Education has scheduled a special called meeting Thursday to discuss Gov. Brian Kemp’s call to ban the teaching of “critical...

Ga. Supreme Court upholds state’s strict death penalty disability standard

The Georgia Supreme Court upheld a death sentence for a man convicted of killing his ex-fiance's son while justices rejected a push by his...

Georgia public health board to resume regular meetings after COVID pause

The advisory board for the state’s public health agency plans to resume its regular public meetings this fall after not holding any since before...

Kemp set to sign order prohibiting public school mask requirements

Gov. Brian Kemp says he will sign an executive order as soon as Friday preventing state agencies and public schools from requiring masks. “Georgians know...

Pollution worries persist as Golden Ray salvage on hold after recent blaze

This story was updated at Wednesday at 10:22 a.m. With the shipwrecked Golden Ray's removal equipment repaired, salvage crews continue to get ready to resume...
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