Hurricane Dorian Forces Tropical Storm Warnings For GA CoastA major Category 3, Hurricane Dorian is still on track to affect Georgia's coast, with storm surge warnings and evacuations in effect.
Georgia U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson Resigning At Year's EndIsakson's health-related resignation means Georgia voters will now have two Senate races on 2020's ballot.
VP Mike Pence Speaking In Buckhead TodayMike Pence will speak at a conservative conference on Friday, while the Democratic Socialists of America hold their 2019 convention.
Heartbeat Bill Opponents Ask Court To Block New Abortion LawThe ACLU is asking a judge to block Georgia's new abortion law from taking effect next year, until another lawsuit is settled.
Slain GA Deputy Leaves Behind Wife, Two Children | Four ArrestedHall County Deputy Nicolas Dixon was shot and killed in the line of duty Sunday night, Georgia's 42nd officer-involved shooting this year.
Two Production Companies Pledge to No Longer Film in GeorgiaTwo Production Companies Pledge to No Longer Film in Georgia.
Caravan Of High Profile Figures Campaigning In Governor’s RaceOprah Winfrey will campaign Thursday for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams as part of a caravan of high-profile figures marking the final days of Abrams' tight race with Republican Brian Kemp.
Judge Will Not Suspend Georgia Absentee Ballot OrderA federal judge won't suspend her order governing Georgia election officials' handling of absentee applications and ballots with mismatched signatures the secretary of state appeals it.
'My Civic Duty': How The Governor's Race Is Reenergizing Georgia VotersThe Georgia governor's race between Democrat Stacey Abrams and Republican Brian Kemp is drawing voters to the polls early and in record numbers.
Jimmy Carter Asks Brian Kemp To ResignThe 94-year-old Carter's request, made in an Oct. 22 letter obtained by The Associated Press, is the latest turn in a campaign whose closing month is being defined by charges of attempted voter suppression and countercharges of attempted voter fraud.
Kemp Wants Georgia Absentee Ballot Order Halted Georgia's secretary of state is asking a federal judge to suspend her order governing election officials' handling of absentee ballots and applications that have mismatched signatures while he appeals it.