Lufthansa and the German government have finalized the terms of a €9 billion ($9.8 billion) bailout, following weeks of intense negotiations over the future of Europe's leading global airline.
Besides its deepening medical toll, COVID-19 is taking sizable chunks out of the budgets of hospital systems and government health programs in Georgia.
Gov. Brian Kemp urged Georgians on Thursday to have patience with public health officials amid reports over questionable data-keeping methods for positive cases of coronavirus in the state.
The man whose video recording of the shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery in Brunswick has been arrested by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation in connection with the case.
ATLANTA -- The State Transportation Board gave the green light Thursday to a planned overhaul of the interchange at interstates 285 and 20 in DeKalb County.
ATLANTA -- Six working groups of educators, public health officials and representatives of state agencies and nonprofits will lead the effort to safely re-open Georgia schools closed by the coronavirus pandemic.
HOMERVILLE — An analysis of counties especially vulnerable to a major COVID-19 outbreak points to a south Georgia county as having the highest risk in the nation.
The number of COVID-19 novel coronavirus cases has eclipsed 40,000, according to numbers released today by the Georgia Department of Public Health.
At least four states combined data from two different test results, potentially providing a misleading picture of when and where coronavirus spread as the nation eases restrictions.
ATLANTA — The presidential race and one of the two U.S. Senate contests in Georgia this year likely will be decided by close margins, according to a poll released Tuesday by left-leaning website DailyKos.
ALBANY – Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital, the Albany-based hospital that has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, will start using the antiviral drug remdesivir to help treat patients with severe health issues from the respiratory virus.
CONYERS — Four children were ejected from a vehicle during a rollover accident on Interstate 20 east just past Sigman Road Monday afternoon. A total of one adult and six children were transported to a local hospital for treatment. Their conditions were not immediately available.
ATLANTA — Gov. Brian Kemp announced Monday a list and interactive map of Georgia companies that have signed up to help businesses obtain personal protective equipment and health care supplies to fight COVID-19. The Georgia Suppliers Interactive Map and List, compiled by the Georgia Departmen…
The number of COVID-19 novel coronavirus cases has eclipsed 38,000, according to numbers released today by the Georgia Department of Public Health.
ATLANTA — The Georgia Supreme Court Monday sided with a group of certified lactation counselors who sued the secretary of state’s office two years ago.
The US state of Georgia allowed restaurants to reopen on April 27. The three owned by Ryan Pernice are still shuttered.
The number of COVID-19 novel coronavirus cases has eclipsed 37,000, according to numbers released today by the Georgia Department of Public Health.
The Kroger Co. announced Friday that it will provide a special "Thank You Pay" to hourly frontline grocery, supply chain, manufacturing, pharmacy and call center associates to acknowledge their dedication to maintaining safe, clean and stocked stores.
ATHENS – The University of Georgia welcomed its newest alumni recently as 5,958 undergraduates and 1,366 graduate students — a total of 7,324 — have met requirements to walk in the university’s spring commencement, tentatively scheduled for the fall if federal and state health officials deem…
The number of COVID-19 novel coronavirus-related tests administered has eclipsed 300,000, according to numbers released today by the Georgia Department of Public Health.
The number of COVID-19 novel coronavirus-related cases is nearing the 36,000 mark, according to numbers released today by the Georgia Department of Public Health.
ATLANTA - Nearly 243,000 Georgians filed initial unemployment claims last week, a slight increase over the 228,352 filed the previous week, the state Department of Labor reported Thursday.
Zoo Atlanta announced it will re-open Saturday with enhanced protocols and procedures in place, such as time ticketing, barring cash transactions, moving to digital-only maps and one-way only walking paths where possible.
Georgia may need to dip deep in its reserve fund to balance the budget during the remaining month and a half in the state’s fiscal year amid huge revenue shortfalls prompted by coronavirus, the state’s chief economist said Wednesday.
The number of COVID-19 novel coronavirus-related deaths in Georgia has now crossed the 1,500 mark, according to numbers released today by the Georgia Department of Public Health.
ATLANTA — The Georgia House of Representatives will resume a 2020 legislative session interrupted by the coronavirus pandemic on Thursday, June 11, Speaker David Ralston announced Tuesday.
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp held a press conference Tuesday afternoon to provide an update on the coronavirus outbreak in Georgia.
ATLANTA – Gov. Brian Kemp announced a donation Tuesday from AT&T to the Georgia Department of Education, Foundation for Public Education. The donation will be used to deploy 448 Wi-Fi Rangers to 36 school districts, filling the internet connectivity gap for thousands of students in rural…
Cobb County District Attorney Joyette Holmes has been appointed to prosecute charges against Gregory and Travis McMichael, the coastal Georgia father and son accused in the fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery.
ATLANTA — U.S. Sen. David Perdue, R-Ga., has restructured his retirement savings to eliminate individual stock trades.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms on Sunday called the shooting death of an unarmed African American jogger a "lynching" and said arrests of two accused men would not have been made if there was not video of the incident.
A new COVID-19 model from Georgia Tech projects increases of thousands of cases and deaths in the state by mid-August.
These are the current numbers of COVID-19 cases and deaths as of noon Friday, according to the Georgia Department of Health.
During the past seven weeks, more than 30% of the March labor force in Kentucky, Hawaii and Georgia filed initial claims for unemployment benefits.
ATLANTA — The state board created last year to oversee Georgia’s new medical marijuana program has appointed its first executive director.
ATLANTA — University System of Georgia faculty and staff are facing potential furlough days to help offset the economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.
ATLANTA — Legislative Democrats stepped up the heat on the University System of Georgia Wednesday to let students forced off campus by coronavirus to opt in to a pass-fail grading system for the spring semester.
DAWSON — On Tuesday afternoon in a small town in southwest Georgia, Army National Guard 2nd Lt. George Peagler stepped into a white hazmat suit, pulled up his bright green gloves and adjusted his N95 mask.
If your motor vehicle registration was up for renewal in May or early June, you have a little extra time to renew it, the Georgia Department of Revenue announced on Tuesday.