UGA grad makes teen mental health his mission in new series

Spreading joy and hope comes naturally to University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CAES) alum Tamlin Hall, so it’s no surprise that he’s taken his passion for positivity and turned it into a personal mission. Hall, an independent filmmaker

Georgia football coach donates kidney to fellow church member

LYONS — Doctors have successfully completed dual surgeries that took a kidney from a Georgia high school football coach and implanted it into a fellow churchgoer he met earlier this year. Matt VerSluis, who moved to Lyons in southeast Georgia last year

Atlanta police officer gives shoes to barefoot man

A post on social media showing an Atlanta police officer giving shoes to a barefoot man caught the attention of the Atlanta Police Department. The department’s public affairs unit looked into the incident and has provided some additional details. Below is the

Georgia honors fallen police officers

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp was on hand Tuesday at a ceremony honoring the state’s fallen police officers. The Georgia Public Safety Memorial Committee, the Board of Public Safety, the Georgia Public Safety Training Center, and keynote speaker Governor Brian Kemp recognized and

10 Ways UGA is helping save honeybees from the brink of extinction

University of Georgia faculty and students are working to better understand pollinators and the threats they face. Pollinating bees are vital to healthy crops and a thriving ecosystem, but are under threat of extinction from disease, pollution and other factors. Here are

Railroad conductor saves life of man stuck on tracks

MARIETTA — A CSX railroad conductor saved the life of a homeless man who was stuck on the tracks Friday morning. According to the Marietta Police Department, the conductor was entering Marietta with a mile-long freight train at full normal speed when

This Georgia 10-year-old is sewing masks for children

With the current shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE), such as masks, children visiting the hospital for emergency needs do not have proper protection from COVID-19. Emma Wilson, a 10-year-old from Hancock County, is using her 4-H Project Achievement skills to help

WATCH: Lawrenceville Police parade for health care heroes

The Lawrenceville Police Department honored health care workers at Northside Hospital Gwinnett by having a parade in the hospital’s parking lot to show appreciation for the sacrifices of front line workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. The video is below. As of noon,

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