Georgia Today: Update for Savannah man charged with insurrection; 'Right turn on red'; Paper ballots
Georgia Today
by Georgia Public Broadcasting
1d ago
On the Tuesday, Feb. 20 edition of Georgia Today: There is another delay in the case against a Savannah man charged in connection with the Jan. 6 insurrection; it will soon be illegal to turn right on red in some parts of Atlanta; and we'll learn more about a push to replace electronic voting machines with hand-marked paper ballots for this year's general election.  ..read more
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Early voting; Funding boost for nonprofit crisis centers; James Brown documentary
Georgia Today
by Georgia Public Broadcasting
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On the Monday February 19th edition of Georgia Today: Early voting in Georgia's Presidential Primary gets underway; Governor Brian Kemp directs federal COVID relief funds to help nonprofit crisis centers; And a new documentary explores the life and legacy of music legend and Augusta native James Brown ..read more
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Barnes testifies in Willis hearing; Black history living museum; New GPB News person
Georgia Today
by Georgia Public Broadcasting
4d ago
On the Friday, Feb. 16 edition of Georgia Today: Former Gov. Roy Barnes testifies in the hearing over whether to dismiss DA Fani Willis from the Trump election interference case; a Macon elementary school honors Black History Month with a living museum of great African Americans; and we introduce you to the newest member of the GPB Radio News team ..read more
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Atlanta high school shooting; Endangered whale on Tybee coast; Braves spring training
Georgia Today
by Georgia Public Broadcasting
6d ago
LISTEN: On the Thursday, Feb. 15 edition of Georgia Today: Four students were shot and wounded outside of an Atlanta high school yesterday; an endangered whale was found dead off the coast of Tybee Island; and spring training for the Braves is officially underway ..read more
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Okefenokee mine; Police raid home of training center opponent; Usher Halftime show
Georgia Today
by Georgia Public Broadcasting
1w ago
LISTEN: On the Monday, Feb. 12 edition of Georgia Today: A new mine may be coming to the Okefenokee; police raid the home of an opponent of Atlanta's public safety training center; and R&B star Usher centers Atlanta culture at his Super Bowl halftime show.  ..read more
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Brothers arrested for Jan. 6 connection; Film tax credit; Jill Biden visits Atlanta
Georgia Today
by Georgia Public Broadcasting
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LISTEN: On the Thursday, Feb. 8 edition of Georgia Today: Two Georgia brothers have been arrested in connection with the January 6th attack  of the U.S. Capitol; leaders in the state House and Senate want to make changes to Georgia's film tax credit; and first lady Jill Biden visits Atlanta to talk Women's Health ..read more
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Georgia courts short-staffed; Gun tax holidays; Cash bail bill headed for approval
Georgia Today
by Georgia Public Broadcasting
1w ago
LISTEN: On the Wednesday, Feb. 7 edition of Georgia Today: Georgia's courts are short-staffed on a variety of fronts; the state Senate passes a bill to allow tax holidays for gun purchases; and Democrats speak out against a cash bail bill now headed to Gov. Kemp's desk ..read more
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Severe weather preparedness; First Black Falcons head coach; Killer Mike speaks
Georgia Today
by Georgia Public Broadcasting
1w ago
LISTEN: On the Feb. 6 edition of Georgia Today: Lawmakers in the House advance a bill that would require cash bail for more crimes; Raheem Morris makes history as the first Black head coach for the Falcons; and Killer Mike is speaking out about his arrest at the Grammy Awards on Sunday ..read more
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Georgia Today: Georgia Pathways lawsuit; More delays for Plant Vogtle
Georgia Today
by Georgia Public Broadcasting
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On the Friday, Feb. 2 edition of Georgia Today: Georgia sues the Biden administration over its Georgia Pathways program; and nuclear power Plant Vogtle faces more delays ..read more
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Fani Willis called to testify; Soldier honored in Savannah; Youth violence in Macon
Georgia Today
by Georgia Public Broadcasting
1w ago
On the Thursday, Feb. 1 edition of Georgia Today: Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is called to testify over claims she had an improper relationship with a special prosecutor; a Georgia Army reservist killed in Jordan this week is honored in her hometown of Savannah; and officials in Macon say efforts to address youth violence are working ..read more
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