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A federal appeals court has ruled that Georgia’s restrictive abortion law should be allowed to take effect, an outcome that’s been expected since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June.
Fulton County couples looking to get married had the chance to do it for free at the Fulton County Probate Court on June 24.
The decision by the court's conservative majority is expected to lead to abortion bans in roughly half the states with clinics in at least two states already stopping abortions after Friday's decision.
Georgia's Supreme Court overturned the murder and child cruelty convictions against Justin Ross Harris whose toddler died after he left him in a hot car for hours, saying the jury was improperly influenced.
Cobb County NAACP held the 19th annual Juneteenth celebration in Marietta, providing a weekend of cultural and educational opportunities for the community.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is working to block a controversial proposal to mine just outside the swamp after warnings from scientists of damage to the vast wildlife refuge.
A Japanese equipment maker plans to build a new $140 million factory in Gainesville, set to open in 2024.
Georgia now has its first possible case of monkeypox. A metro Atlanta man with a history of international travel has a confirmed case of orthopoxvirus, which is in the same genus as monkeypox. Here's what you need to know about the disease.
The GOP results in Tuesday's primary, combined with the loss of the Trump-backed candidate for secretary of state, served as a stinging rebuke for the former president in a state he prioritized above almost all others.
The message seems simple: Anyone can get most, or even all, of their tuition paid through the state’s signature college scholarship program. Students just have to get the right grades and standardized test scores. Over three years one nonprofit group helped nearly 200 students apply. Many were the first in their families to attend college; most were Black. But they struggled with the standardized tests. So in the end, how many qualified for a Bright Futures scholarship — the ticket Florida created to educational opportunity? Not a single one.

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