Gov. Nathan Deal asked Georgians to remain patient and off the roads while state agencies continue working to keep roadways safe, restore power and responding to winter storm damage needs.
A state lawmaker says she will re-introduce legislation to create a referendum allowing voters to decide on the legalization of poker rooms in select entertainment districts in Georgia.
In what looks to be a repeat of snowpocalypse 2014, Mayor Kasim Reed today urged everyone to be off city streets by 4 p.m. so the city can prepare for a few inches of snow.
The Buckhead Coalition is hosting eight Atlanta mayoral candidates “it has graded as credible at this time” to participate in a “conversation” later this month.
The threat of winter weather has the city of Atlanta in a panic.
A special task force will be exploring what impact repealing the Affordable Care Act, known colloquially as Obamacare, will have on the state, Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle announced today.
With the closing of the sale of Turner Field, Georgia State University and Carter can now move forward with their redevelopment plans, which will give the state’s largest and most diverse university an expanded campus community.
The government today continues to run social programs from the President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal and President Lyndon B. Johnson’s Great Society, and without changes, they will cause a financial crisis in the country or more taxes, a leading state lawmaker said today.
During a press conference this morning, republicans in the state Senate announced the key elements of the 2017 Republican Caucus legislative agenda.
The number of people executed in the United States in 2016 fell to an historic low, according to the Death Penalty Information Center.