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Senators float idea of making state employees work for less

Some Georgia senators are wondering whether state employees could be made to do the same work for less money.

Fraud investigation in Georgia election judge voided twice

CLARKESVILLE, Ga. (AP) - Georgia officials are investigating whether fraud-tainted a state lawmaker's election that a judge has thrown out twice. Secretary of State Brad...

Northeast High meets state graduation rate, shining positive light on East Macon

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - The success rate of high school students graduating is on the rise in the Peach State this year. That's according...

GSP troopers issue more than 6,000 citations statewide in July

Georgia State Patrol Troopers across the state gave out more than 6,000 tickets during the month of July in their enforcement of Operation Southern Shield.

Georgia National Fairgrounds looks to add new livestock building

The Georgia National Fairgrounds is adding a new way to bring more visitors in. A new livestock building should add to what's already a busy place. "It doesn't matter if there's 100 people here or 10,000," said Agriculture and Youth Director Philip Gentry. "The energy is the same."

Emory University names first female president

ATLANTA, Georgia (AP) - Emory University officials say the school's provost will become its next president - the first female president in the school's history. The...

Police find car of woman found shot to death, nude in park

ATLANTA, Georgia (AP) - Atlanta police say they've found the car belonging to a 19-year-old woman whose body was found naked with multiple gunshot...

Trump, Biden at Penn graduation as parent, grandparent

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Both Donald Trump and Joe Biden are attending a graduation ceremony at the University of Pennsylvania, but not on the stage...

Rep. Allen Peake considering to run for Lt. Governor

State Representative Allen Peake says he is thinking about running for Lt. Governor in 2018.

Governor to sign state’s autism insurance bill into law

The governor will sign the state's autism insurance bill into law next week.

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UPDATE (Sunday, August 9 at 3 p.m.): Georgia COVID-19 tracker

Here are Georgia’s latest confirmed numbers from the Department of Public Health.

Perry Fairgrounds hosts consigment sale with pandemic safety measures in place

TTT Founder, Laura Johns, says her team takes several precautions to keep staff and shoppers safe from COVID-19.

Grand Opera House in Macon reopens

Opera House staff examined procedures to develop programming that is both safe and valuable for audiences.

Bright City illuminates alleyways in downtown Macon

Photos are displayed along the second street alleyway from Poplar to Mulberry Street.