Georgia’s 36th Annual Celebration of Service honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. paid tribute to his life and his lasting impact on the fight for civil rights.
Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.: Georgia Holds 36th Annual Celebration Of ServiceGeorgia’s 36th Annual Celebration of Service honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. paid tribute to his life and his lasting impact on the fight for civil rights.
President Elect Biden Endorses Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms For DNC OfficeMayor Bottoms was nominated for the Vice-Chair of Civic Engagement and Voter Protection.
Governor Kemp Delivers State of the State AddressKemp urges legislature to work together to "put 2020 in the rear view."
Coweta School Board Member Under FireLinda Menk attended President Trump's rally that ended in the U.S. Capitol riot in addition to posting some social media statements that some find concerning.
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 booked appointments are frustrating thousands of Georgians.
Georgia Law Enforcement Address State Capitol SecurityNewly-elected lawmakers in the Georgia House of Representatives swore into office on Monday 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.
Several Georgia Lawmakers Spoke Out On Wednesday's Capitol RiotPoliticians were dismayed about the riot and some called for President Trump's removal.
Ossoff And Warnock Win, Georgia Election Officials Respond To U.S. Capitol RiotWednesday, January 6, 2021, will be remembered as the day after a historic Georgia runoff election that resulted in a Democratic takeover of the U.S. Senate and the day a mob of protestors stormed the U.S. Capitol, as legislators worked to certify the November election.
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. It was also the moment of truth for U.S. Senate Candidates David Perdue, Jon Ossoff, Kelly Loeffler and Raphael Warnock. The Public Service Commissioner seat is also up for grabs.
Phone Conversation Of President Trump Pressuring Brad Raffensperger To Find More Votes To Change ElectionA bombshell recording of the call was leaked to the Washington Post.
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.
Georgia Election Investigations: GBI Releases Cobb County Signature Audit ResultsDuring a press conference on December 30, 2020, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation unveiled what they discovered during an audit of over 15,000 Cobb County absentee ballot signatures.
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.
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.
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.
Christmas Shopping In Metro Atlanta: Tips For Last Minute GiftsJust like any other year, Metro Atlanta shoppers are hitting the stores at the midnight hour, looking for those last minute Christmas gifts. CW69's Valencia Jones spoke with an expert on how to make the magic happen.
Atlanta Police Share Holiday Crime Prevention TipsCrime tends to increase during the holidays, as shoppers get out to make their Christmas purchases. Atlanta police share how to stay safe while shopping.
Shopping For Techies And Gamers: How To Find Christmas GiftsChristmas shopping for gamers and tech-savvy folks can be a challenge, for those who don’t necessarily speak their language. An expert shared some advice on how to tackle this holiday task.
Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms Changes City Policy on Nuisance PropertiesMayor Keisha Lance Bottoms issued an Administrative Order with new measures to strengthen the City of Atlanta’s efforts to address nuisance properties.
Judge Rejects Election Lawsuit Based On Bad DataA federal judge Wednesday added to the long string of recent courtroom victories for Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger by ruling against four groups trying to reinstate the voter registrations of thousands who no longer live in Georgia in time for the Jan. 5 runoff.
First Piedmont Healthcare Workers Receive COVID-19 VaccineThe first five Piedmont Newton and Rockdale healthcare workers were more than ready to roll up their sleeves to get the COVID-19 vaccine on December 17, 2020.
UGA Football UpdateSaturday's UGA/Vanderbilt game cancelled, recruiting class named.