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Concerns about coronavirus are causing a lot of people to rethink their travel plans.
The annual From Hunger to Hope event that had been scheduled to begin Thursday in Lawrenceville has been pushed back to late summer due to concerns about the coronavirus known as COVID-19.
A Waffle House in Canton will have to be sanitized and some employees are being told to self-quarantine themselves until this weekend after a worker at the diner tested positive for the coronavirus known as COVID-19.
- Hugh Downs, anchor of '20/20' and 'Today,' dead at 99
- How to eat a hamburger: The official rules for summer’s official sandwich
- Georgia unemployment claims down for ninth straight week
- Herman Cain is receiving treatment for coronavirus at an Atlanta hospital
- Georgia dual enrollment changes to help reduce costs, tighten oversight: audit
- Federal lawsuit filed against Clayton County Sheriff's Office, Sheriff Victor Hill
- Declining eyesight can be improved by looking at red light, pilot study says
- Astronauts are spending Father's Day in space watching the solar eclipse
- Meth reportedly found at Jonesboro residence
- Clayton County schools to reopen in August following modified schedule
- Clayton police asking for information about hit-and-run in Forest Park
- Alleged Jonesboro Waffle House shooter identified
- Dog tests positive for coronavirus in Georgia
- Astronomers may have detected light from colliding black holes for the first time
- Clayton County hosting virtual town hall meeting Tuesday