Georgia Gov. Kemp Announces COVID Vaccine Distribution PlansGeorgia will soon see several hundred thousand doses of COVID-19 vaccines, according to Governor Brian Kemp and state health officials.
GA Sec. Of State Re-Certifies Election, Responds To More Alleged MisinformationElection officials have now re-certified Georgia’s election, as they continue responding to alleged misinformation and accusations of a rigged election.
Six-Year-Old Smyrna Boy Holds Hot Wheels Toy DriveSix-year-old Landon Floyd of Smyrna holds a Hot Wheels Toy Drive, collecting donations through Amazon.
Voter Rights Groups File Lawsuit Against Georgia Sec. Of State RaffenspergerSeveral voter rights organizations filed a lawsuit against Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, saying his office wrongfully purged more than 200,000 voter registrations from the system last year.
Georgia Sec. of State Raffensperger Responds To President's 'Rigged Election' TweetSecretary of State Raffensperger responds to President Trump's tweet and investigates alleged fraudulent voter registration solicitations.
'It Has To Stop': Georgia Election Officials Receive Death Threats During RecountAs the Georgia recount continues, the Secretary of State’s office says election officials are being harassed and receiving death threats.
Georgia’s Election Recount Amid Ongoing Allegations Of Voter FraudElection officials announced Georgia will start recounting the more than five million ballots cast during the November election tomorrow morning, with a deadline to complete the recount by December 2 before midnight.
UPDATED: 'Home For The Pawlidays': Shelter Dogs Spend Thanksgiving Week With Foster FamiliesFamilies and college students aren’t the only ones headed home for the Thanksgiving holiday. Some furry friends at Fulton County Animal Services are making house calls for their ‘Home for the Pawlidays’ program. 
Thanksgiving Vs. COVID-19: Holiday Safety TipsThe CDC recommends you avoid traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday, stay home with the people you live with or do virtual gatherings.
Georgia Supreme Court Rules Against Deputies Charged In Eurie Martin DeathThe family of a man who died after being tased by Washington County deputies spoke on a major ruling by Georgia's Supreme Court. Three years after Eurie Martin's death, the three former deputies involved could now face a trial.
Georgia Closes In On Post-Election Hand Audit DeadlineThe deadline for the state's ballot audit is midnight tonight. Earlier today, the Secretary of State's office gave an update on where they stand and more issues the audit found.
Atlanta Train Derailment Leaves Trail Of Wreckage Near Whittier Mill VillageAuthorities say six train cars derailed on Parrott Avenue near the Whittier Mill Village neighborhood around 8 p.m. Sunday night, injuring a crew member and leaving a trail of debri and wreckage.
Georgia's Post-Election Hand Count Audit BeginsElection workers across Georgia are now auditing the presidential election results, counting more than five million ballots by hand.
Georgia's Election Audit Begins: Counties To Hand Count Five Million BallotsThe clock is ticking on the federal deadline for Georgia to certify the votes from the November 3, 2020 election. The Secretary of State’s office announced they will start a risk-limiting audit on Friday and all counties will start counting the more than five million ballots by hand.
Veterans Honored At Marietta Church Parade And Drive-In CeremonyMarietta residents attended a Veterans Day parade and drive-in ceremony at Johnson Ferry Baptist Church on November 11, 2020.