Countdown In Georgia: Workers Continue Tallying The Votes After Election DayOne day after Election Day, workers were still tallying up the votes in Georgia to determine the final outcome.
Georgia's Early Voting Ends Oct. 30: 'Those Lines Will Be Getting Longer'With one week left before the November 3 election, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger encourages the public to vote before the early voting deadline.
Fulton Co. Election Officials Tackle COVID OutbreakFulton County officials say five permanent employees and 18 contractors working at the elections warehouse have tested positive for COVID-19.
Dunwoody Launches 'Let's Do Lunch' CampaignDunwoody Mayor Lynn Deutsch launched a Let’s Do Lunch Campaign to encourage the public to support local restaurants during lunchtime.
Record Early Voting Pressures Georgia Election SystemGeorgia election officials are working to alleviate system bottlenecks
Georgia DPH Recommends Flu Shots To Prevent A 'Twindemic'Governor Brian Kemp gave an update on the COVID-19 pandemic at a press conference on October 7, 2020. He was joined by Georgia Department of Public Health Commissioner Dr. Kathleen Toomey.
Twitter Vs. Atlanta Street RacingPolice use Twitter to help combat Atlanta street racing.
Georgia Tech Plan For The 2021 Spring SemesterThe semester will now start a week later than normal on January 14.
President Trump Addresses Black Supporters In AtlantaPresident Donald Trump addresses Black voters in Atlanta on September 25, 2020, and reveals his plans for black economic empowerment.
Flu Shot Campaigns Draw Support, Opposition During COVID-19 PandemicWith coronavirus still affecting our day-to-day lives, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says it's now more important than ever to get your flu shot. Kroger hosted a drive through flu shot clinic for people in the Metro Atlanta area, but one group showed up to protest the vaccine.
HBCU Presidents Join COVID Vaccine Trials To Encourage Minority ParticipationHoping to encourage other African Americans, the presidents of two historically Black colleges announced they were participating in a COVID-19 vaccine trial to ensure that an eventual vaccine has been tested on -- and is effective for Black people.