Second Allotment Of Remdesivir Headed To Hospitals For Treatment Of COVID-19Second allotment of Remdesivir headed to hospitals for treatment of COVID-19 .
Rev. Tim McDonald Endorses Teresa Tomlinson For U.S. SenateReverend Tim McDonald endorses Teresa Tomlinson for U.S. Senate.
Carr Announces Consumer Settlement With Santander, Millions To Be Returned To GeorgiansCarr announces consumer settlement with Santander, millions to be returned to Georgians.
UPDATED: COVID-19 Unemployment: Tracking The Numbers In Georgia And The U.S.We're keeping track of the unprecedented number of unemployment insurance claims filed nationally and here in the State of Georgia during the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 WalletHub Study: Georgia Now Ranks 28th Among States With Fewest Coronavirus RestrictionsGeorgia may have been one of the first states to begin re-opening during the COVID-19 pandemic, but a WalletHub study released today shows it has fewer coronavirus restrictions than about half of the states.
Georgia Sees Improvement In COVID-19 TestingGeorgia Sees Improvement in COVID-19 Testing.
GBI Investigating Deaths Of Two Women In Rome, Seeking Assistance From PublicThe GBI is asking for assistance from the public as they investigate the deaths of two women, Vanita Richardson, 19, and Trevena Clarece Campbell, 31, of Rome, Georgia, found under the Etowah Bridge (Loop 1) on Wednesday, May 13th, 2020.
Georgia Department Of Public Health Adds Staff, Expands Contact Tracing For COVID-19Georgia Department of Public Health adds staff, expands contact tracing for COVID-19.
Georgia Sees Lowest Ventilator Use, COVID Positive HospitalizationsGeorgia sees lowest ventilator use, COVID positive hospitalizations.
Former NBA Player Shannon Brown Charged In Shooting in Tyrone, Investigation OngoingTyrone police are investigating a shooting they say involved former NBA player Shannon Brown at a residence at Westbourne Drive last week.
COVID-19: Gov. Kemp Gives Update On Pandemic, Says All Georgians Can Now Test For CoronavirusGovernor Brian Kemp said now that coronavirus testing capacity has increased, there is more supply than demand. As a result, all Georgians, whether they have symptoms or not, are able to get tested.