Being called an “American hero,” a 98-year-old Georgia veteran Airman received a long-overdue Prisoner of War Medal this past weekend.read more
Two sheriffs of large Georgia counties just signed new agreements with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to participate in the 287(g) program, named for part of a 1996 federal law.read more
It has been decades since there has been a contested Georgia Supreme Court seat, but now there will be three candidates vying for a seat being vacated by Justice Robert Benham.read more
Funding for Georgia farmers and producers hurt by Hurricane Michael is finally on its way to the state. Officials announced that those impacted by natural disasters in 2018 and 2019 will be able to apply for assistance through the Wildfire and Hurricane Indemnity Program Plus (WHIP+).read more
With 20 productions filmed in Georgia that are set to be released in the next few months, the state has become one of the top filming locations in the world.read more
A longtime Georgia lawmaker has been named Chairman of the Advisory Board for Conservatives for Clean Energy Georgia (CCEGA).read more
Apparently, it could be worse. It probably will not make you feel any better as you sit in the parking lot that is just about every metro Atlanta road during rush hour, but a new study shows Atlanta is not the worst for drivers.read more
Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger says improving Georgians’ financial literacy is a key part of his office’s mission.read more
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Over the last two years, the State of Georgia has willfully destroyed important electronic election records needed as evidence in the electronic voting lawsuit in federal court. Allegations of destruction of evidence have been presented to the Court and are being considered by Judge Amy Totenberg.
Few governors request state agencies to revise and reduce their budgets when the economy is humming, but Brian Kemp isn’t your average governor.