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Two counties in Georgia are seeking to recoup attorneys' fees from former President Donald Trump and Georgia Republican Party Chairman David Shafer stemming from their lawsuit that made "frivolous" and "baseless" claims of voter fraud in Georgia's count during the presidential election, acco…

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A bill aimed at preventing Georgia city and county governments from making deep cuts in the budgets of their local police agencies passed in the Georgia House of Representatives on Wednesday.

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ATLANTA — A lawyer representing the state of Florida asked the U.S. Supreme Court Monday to order Georgia to use less water irrigating crops in order to restore Florida’s devastated oyster industry.

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ATLANTA — Georgia students have the opportunity to turn their dreams into college savings through this year’s “My Life’s Dream Challenge,” sponsored by the state of Georgia’s Path2College 529 Plan. Returning for a second year, the “My Life’s Dream Challenge” encourages students across the st…

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ATLANTA – Gov. Brian Kemp announced that Cottrell, an industry leader in manufacturing and assembling over-the-road car haulers and equipment, will establish a second manufacturing facility in Gainesville. This will serve as the company’s North Campus, adjacent to their existing South Campus…

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ATLANTA — Legalizing pari-mutuel betting on horse racing in Georgia would generate commercial investment and create jobs without using tax dollars, state Sen. Brandon Beach told a Senate committee.

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ATLANTA — State employees and Georgia teachers would be able to take up to three weeks of paid parental leave under legislation the state House of Representatives passed overwhelmingly Tuesday.

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Former Sen. David Perdue of Georgia filed paperwork with the Federal Election Commission on Monday evening to be a 2022 US Senate candidate, the first step in a potential comeback bid after a bruising loss in a runoff election last month.

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ATLANTA – The National Association of State Workforce Agencies released its bi-annual State of the Workforce Report recently outlining how the workforce agencies in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. Virgin Islands assisted American workers through one of the worst economi…

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ATLANTA – Gov. Brian Kemp welcomed CVS Pharmacy to the growing list of drug store and health care facilities that began vaccination appointments Friday at 12 stores across Georgia.

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ATLANTA – Gov. Brian Kemp and Dr. Kathleen Toomey applauded Friday the news that more than 1 million Georgians have received their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine. As of Friday, 1,010,521 Georgians had received at least one dose of vaccine, while 348,561 Georgians have completed the full seri…

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VINE CITY (WGCL) -- A rainy day becomes the perfect test for a flood relief project. Atlanta's Cook Park in Vine City is still surrounded by construction fencing, but the $40+ million dollar giant collection pond is doing what it was designed to do.

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ALBANY ─ The Albany Museum of Art is mourning the passing of Tom Ferguson, the Atlanta-based painter, political cartoonist, writer and musician who died earlier this month at age 76.

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