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President Joe Biden challenged more than 400 Morehouse College graduates Sunday to fight for freedom and democracy against the divisiveness challenging America.

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has indicted and charged a Russian who used a hacking group to perform cyberattacks on more than 2,000 victims, including Fulton County, to steal more than $100 million.

A South Georgia-based company opened up new parts of their factory on Friday, and is now able to produce millions of packets a day of Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Food (RUTF) to prevent and treat malnutrition.

Goodbye Silicon Valley, Hello Mexico City. Google’s number of employees in the Mexican capital looks set to grow as the tech company is planning to move some engineering and finance roles to Mexico, says CNBC.

ATLANTA – The second of two new nuclear reactors at Plant Vogtle has entered full operation, Georgia Power officials said Monday.

ATLANTA – Delays in sending and receiving mail at a new distribution center in Palmetto aren’t just affecting individual Georgians trying to obtain important prescription drugs or pay their monthly rents or bills.

Georgia's Attorney General, Chris Carr, and some politicians from Arkansas, Florida, Missouri, North Dakota, Ohio, and Oklahoma are not happy with President Joe Biden's new student loan plan.

Kemp signs major reforms to CON law

ATLANTA – Gov. Brian Kemp signed a number of health-care bills Friday, including the most significant changes in decades to Georgia’s law governing hospital construction and new medical services.

ATLANTA – Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr has joined Attorneys General in six other Republican-led states in suing the Biden administration over its latest student loan plan.

Travelers can now use their Peach Pass to park at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport’s West Parking Deck, which has 5,700 spaces.

Georgia man sent to prison for pandemic relief fraud

A Georgia man has been given one year and nine months in prison for taking nearly a half million dollars through false pandemic relief loan applications.

The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta has launched a “reverse scholarship” pilot program that will pay off up to $30,000 in student debt for borrowers in the Foundation’s three neighborhoods of focus: South Cobb (Fair Oaks); South Fulton (College Park and East Point); and Thomasville.

Atlanta Police are looking into a bomb threat made Wednesday against a Jewish museum and agency that caused building evacuations and closed streets in busy Midtown. Officials have not said if they know who made the bomb threat.

South Georgia lawyer sentenced in Jan. 6 attack on U.S. Capitol

ATLANTA – An Americus lawyer has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for his role during the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol.

The Cumberland Community Improvement District (CID) is working with with transport service Beep to test a self-driving route connecting the Cobb Galleria to The Battery.

The Cumberland Community Improvement District (CID) is working with with transport service Beep to test a self-driving route connecting the Cobb Galleria to The Battery.

Mexico maintains position as largest trade partner of the US

Mexico was the United States’ largest trade partner in the first six months of 2023, with the value of the exchange of goods between the two countries reaching a record high of almost US $400 billion, according to official U.S. data published Tuesday.

Atlanta Hawks want volunteers for the Million Meal Pack Program

ATLANTA – The Atlanta Hawks are looking for volunteers to help fight local food insecurity.

Georgia man sentenced in Jan. 6 attack on U.S. Capitol

ATLANTA – A Georgia man has been sentenced to one year and a day in prison for assaulting a police officer during the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol.

Early voting proving popular in Georgia

The Peach State (Georgia) was second in the country for early voting last November, said a new study by the U.S. Election Assistance Commission. The report found that 58% of Georgia voters cast their ballots before Election Day, up from 48% in 2018.

Could this be the quickest opening and closing of an Atlanta restaurant ever? Diners reported on social media that the Hall at Ashford Lane, which celebrated its opening on May 26, has a sign on the door declaring that it is “closed until further notice.”

Georgia Lottery Corporation celebrates 30th anniversary

Governor Brian Kemp, Georgia Lottery Corporation officials, and heads of the government agencies that benefit from the state's public school scholarship program celebrated the lottery’s 30th anniversary Wednesday.