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Georgia governor signs new law to protect police

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp is signing into law a new measure providing additional legal protections to police officers.

Gov. Kemp extends Public Health State of Emergency, COVID-19 safety measures

Governor Brian Kemp Friday signed two executive orders extending the state's Public Health State of Emergency and existing COVID-19 safety measures.

Georgia gov, Atlanta to continue mediation on mask order

Georgia’s governor has withdrawn a request for an emergency order to block the state’s largest city from ordering people to wear masks in public or imposing other restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic while a lawsuit on the matters is pending.

Gov. Kemp addresses refusal to issue statewide mask mandate

DUBLIN, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) — Although Governor Brian Kemp continues to encourage Georgians to take safety precautions to slow COVID-19, he says he will not...

Another new high set for COVID-19 patients in Georgia hospitals

ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia is hitting a new peak of people hospitalized with COVID-19 infections, reaching almost 2,800 people currently in health care institutions...

Georgia Gov. Kemp extends 2 COVID-19 executive orders

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp's Office announced Monday the governor is extending two executive orders related to COVID-19 that were set to expire on June 30.

Kemp to announce new guidance soon for Georgia businesses

Gov. Brian Kemp says he plans to announce new guidance soon about reopening Georgia businesses closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Macon bars preparing to reopen in June

Tuesday, Governor Brian Kemp announced bars and event spaces will remain closed until May 31.

Kemp warns of growing outbreak stressing northeast Georgia

Gov. Brian Kemp says a growing coronavirus outbreak is stressing resources in northeast Georgia.

Kemp, Toomey, DPH urge Georgians to wear face coverings in public

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, Dr. Kathleen Toomey and the Georgia Department of Public Health urge all Georgians to wear face coverings, practice social distancing and wash their hands frequently "to continue to follow safe daily habits to reduce our risk of exposure to COVID-19 and keep the virus from spreading."

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Rant and Rave: August 7th

With Soroka out, can the Braves recover their pitching prowess in time to take the division? Bill and Tucker hash it out this week.

Former Westside star Javian Mosley commits to Mercer

Javian Mosley left Westside two months ago to finish his senior season at Florida State University schools.

Local business owners discuss COVID impact during National Black Business Month

How black business doing during the COVID-19 pandemic?

BCSD gives ‘Teacher of the Year’ award during 2020-2021 Convocation

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