State leaders, including Governor Brian Kemp, talked about their determination to give local communities, schools, and businesses the tools they need to get through the COVID-19 crisis and move forward in 2021.
We’re in the final days leading up to Georgia’s historic Senate election. Though some voters have already cast their ballot, most have yet to. It’s why voter events were scattered across the CSRA on Saturday.
Georgia’s secretary of state, who’s in charge of elections in the state, plans a news conference this morning amid delays, confusion and technical glitches in the state’s still incomplete vote-counting.
A judge is allowing two law firms to collect $75 million from the state of South Carolina for helping negotiate a settlement with the federal government over nuclear material left at the Savannah River Site.
If a firefighter is diagnosed with one of several types of cancer listed in a new law, the state will provide a one-time payment of $20,000 upon diagnosis and $12,000 a year to help cover out-of-pocket medical expenses.