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Federal court considers bathroom use by transgender student

ATLANTA (AP) - A federal court in Atlanta is hearing a case involving bathroom access for a transgender student. A lawyer told the court Thursday...

Former Byron Fire Chief claims she was fired because she’s transgender

BYRON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT)- Rachel Mosby was fired on Tuesday as fire chief in Byron. She says it was because of her gender. 41NBC News requested...

Houston County transgender deputy fights for healthcare

HOUSTON COUNTY, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - A transgender police officer in Warner Robins is threatening a lawsuit against Houston County for not covering her transgender-related...

LGBT rights group appeals denial of transgender name change

ATLANTA (AP) - An LGBT rights group is asking an appeals court to step in after a Georgia judge declined a legal name change...

Transgender man denied name change

AUGUSTA, Georgia (CNN)- Georgia judge rejects transgender man's request to legally change his name.

Transgender man appeals rejection of legal name change

ATLANTA, Georgia (AP) - A transgender man in Georgia is appealing a judge's refusal to grant his legal name change. Columbia County Superior Court Judge...

Middle Georgia Cold Cases: Murder of the Transgender Traveler

Billy Joe Turner, who went by Tracy Thompson, was hit several times in the head with a baseball bat.

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UPDATE (Saturday, October 24 at 3 p.m.): Georgia COVID-19 tracker

Here's a look at the latest COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) data in Georgia, published today by the Georgia Department of Public Health.

Storms likely Saturday in Middle Georgia

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Carl Vinson Medical Center gets thermal cameras

The cameras will alert staff to anyone coming in the building with a temperature of above 100 degrees.

Bibb County School District honors late Macon principal, teacher

8th grade athlete, Nicholas Woodford, says he's excited to attend a new school.