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Past articles by Jonathan:

Georgia game wardens confiscate 157 illegally baited doves

The doves were confiscated from seven hunters at a baited field in Tattnall County. → Read More

Georgia officer who was shot in the head gets visit from fellow officers

Carrollton Police Sgt. Rob Holloway continues to make progress in his recovery after being shot last month. → Read More

AT&T says it has more than 500 jobs to fill in Georgia

The company says it is looking for retail sales consultants as well as call center workers, technicians and more. → Read More

'Cowardly and despicable' | Georgia leaders react to Kabul airport attacks

Sen. Jon Ossoff, Gov. Brian Kemp and others reacted to the events in Afghanistan on Thursday. → Read More

Barbie dolls honoring medical worker heroes of COVID released

Two of the dolls recognize American frontline workers - one modeled for emergency room nurse Amy O'Sullivan and another modeled for Dr. Audrey Sue Cruz. → Read More

Holly Springs police officer shot and killed in traffic stop; suspect also dead

The GBI said it was still working to learn more about the incident. → Read More

Georgia State Patrol troopers injured after being hit by DUI suspect, motorcycle

A first trooper was injured early Sunday, and then a responding trooper was injured as well. → Read More

Police looking for two Griffin children believed to be with 'armed and dangerous' suspect

The Griffin Police Department said Violet Dowell, a young girl, and Sage Dowell, an infant, were with their mother and the suspect. → Read More

Gov. Kemp's latest COVID executive order could have major impact on businesses across state

Several requirements for businesses, including bars and restaurants, will be lifted. → Read More

Woman gone missing in Banks County found dead, sheriff's office says

The sheriff's office made the announcement early Thursday. → Read More

Joe Biden set to come to Atlanta next week

The president will be on Thursday, which marks 100 days into his administration. → Read More

Metro Atlanta man, charged with 'some of the most violent acts' of Capitol riots, denied bail

He is charged with assaulting an officer on Jan. 6. → Read More

COVID variant first observed in UK now dominant in Georgia

It accounts for about half of the variants recorded in the state in March, according to CDC data. → Read More

Kemp announces expanded criteria for those eligible for vaccine, including educators

Gov. Brian Kemp gave an update on vaccine distribution in Georgia Thursday afternoon, expanding the criteria for eligibility, which will start on March 8. → Read More

Georgia expected to expand vaccine eligibility to teachers in coming days

Here's what Gov. Brian Kemp has said about the matter. → Read More

Children's Atlanta warns about increase in cases of of MIS-C COVID complication in children

The healthcare provider says it is seeing an increase of the rare complication. → Read More

State survey shows split among Georgia educators on wanting vaccine

Rural counties did not appear especially more likely to display reluctance about the vaccine than urban or suburban counties. → Read More

Gov. Kemp says expanded vaccine eligibility criteria will be finalized in 'coming days'

He first announced last week the plans for expanding eligibility would be announced within two weeks. → Read More

Georgia woman, son known as 'zip tie guy' charged in Capitol riots will remain in custody until trial

Munchel's mother, Lisa Eisenhart, is a Georgia resident, and records show he has lived in the state previously. Both are charged in connection to the Capitol riots. → Read More

Why COVID cases are falling around the country, and what's different in Georgia

Where experts were once worried about a prolonged surge into the winter months, instead the country appears to be enjoying a sustained receding of the pandemic. → Read More