Gov. Kemp, Health Officials Respond To COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution IssuesNow that the COVID-19 vaccine is available, the limited supply, broken websites, busy phones and booking appointments are frustrating thousands of Georgians.
'Everything Is Safe And Secure': Georgia Law Enforcement Address State Capitol SecurityNewly-elected lawmakers in the Georgia House of Representatives swore into office during this year’s first legislative session and under the security of multiple law enforcement agencies after last week's U.S. Capitol riot.
DeKalb County To Open COVID-19 Vaccine To The PublicThe DeKalb County Board of Health announced plans to roll out the COVID-19 vaccine to the next group of eligible people on Monday, January 11, 2020.  Those 65 and older, their caretakers, law enforcement officers and first responders will now eligible.
Georgia's Runoff Election Is Over: America's Wait For The Outcome BeginsToday was the final push for Georgia voters deciding who will win the runoff election that will impact the entire country.
Georgia Sec. of State Raffensperger Urges Lawmakers To Remove No-Excuse Absentee Voting RuleSecretary of State Brad Raffensperger is urging lawmakers to move away from the no-excuse absentee voting process passed 15 years ago.
Georgia Election Investigations: GBI Releases Cobb County Signature Audit ResultsThe Georgia Bureau of Investigation unveiled what they discovered during an audit of over 15,000 Cobb County absentee ballot signatures.
Marietta 12-Year-Old College Student Accepted Into Georgia TechCaleb Anderson, a 12-year-old Chattahoochee Technical College student, will start classes at Georgia Tech in Fall 2021.
'Everyone Needs A Mask': 10-Year-Old Partners With Gwinnett Officials To Help Those In NeedMalon James, 10, delivers free face masks to those in need through the organization Don't Count Me Out.
COVID Vaccine Distributed To Long Term Care Workers In GainesvilleLong term care workers and residents are next in line to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Governor Brian Kemp and health officials were there as the first workers received vaccines at PruittHealth in Gainesville.
Atlanta-Area Program Bridges Foster Care Age Outs Into AdulthoodAn alarming number of young people are aging out of the foster care system without the resources to live on their own. A local program is expanding its services to provide them with a bridge into adulthood.
Local Purple Heart Veterans Make Holiday Baskets For Military Serving OverseasNot everyone can make it home for Christmas, and that includes members of our U.S. military serving overseas. Some local Purple Heart veterans are working to make their holidays brighter.