Yes, you’re paying more for gas. Here’s why

Unless you own an electric car, walk or bike to work, you’ve had to fill up your tank at some point this month. Chances are, you experienced some sticker shock at the pump. It isn’t your imagination, gas prices have been on

6 Things About Georgia We Didn’t Know Last Week (April 3)

It may be Spring Break for students throughout Georgia, but that doesn’t mean the learning has to slow down. Over the course of the last week, we’ve learned some big news and some trivial tidbits about our state. Georgia's Ports are a

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Lawmakers pull an all-nighter on Crossover Day

What is Crossover Day: The Georgia General Assembly meets for 40 legislative (voting) days each year. Legislative Day 28 is crossover day. This is the last day that a bill can be passed in one chamber in order to be sent to

Will Michael Thurmond be DeKalb County’s last CEO?

The Gist: Two DeKalb lawmakers have introduced a bill that would dramatically change DeKalb County’s form of government by eliminating the county’s unique CEO position. The bill was introduced Wednesday, and unlike prior attempts to change the county’s CEO structure, this was

Georgia officials respond to Parkland shooting

Georgia’s elected officials and political leaders have taken to Twitter in the last two days to offer public statements about the mass school shooting in Parkland, Florida. Some called for action and more gun control, while others offered condolences, thoughts and prayers.

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