Georgia American Innovation $1 Reverse Proof Coin on Sale Feb. 11

The coin recognizes the Trustees’ Garden, established by James Oglethorpe in the early 1730s.

Formerly Homeless Youth Shares His Story of Overcoming Homelessness

Ben shares his hard journey in foster care, experiencing homelessness and how he overcame it all.

2019 Georgia Bass Slam Grand Prize Winner

This program recognizes anglers with the knowledge and skill to catch different species of bass in a variety of habitats across the state, while also stimulating interest in the conservation and management of black bass and their habitats.

Georgia Power Foundation donates $15 million to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

A new hospital is expected to open in 2025.

Off-Duty GEMA Employee Helped Fight Fire, Now a Company is Donating in His Name

The charity Bush chose to receive the $5,000 was the Peace Officers’ Association of Georgia (POAG).

New Pro-life License Plate Unveiled in Georgia

The plates have generated nearly $400,000 in revenues distributed to help those in unexpected pregnancy.

Ga DNR Warning About Scam Fishing License Website

The Georgia Department of Natural Resources is warning residents and visitors to the Peach State that scammers are using fishing licenses to reel in unsuspecting fishermen.

CEFGA Announces $5.7 Million Commitment to Address Skills Gap

A $5.7 million grant will enable the Construction Education Foundation of Georgia (CEFGA) to create a model that addresses the nation’s need for skilled workers in the construction trades -- beginning with the expansion of CEFGA’s program in Georgia.

MAP MONDAY: Georgia Ranks 14th for Racial Progress

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is here and our nation has come a long way since his acts of civil disobedience and peaceful protest. But a number of people still say race relations are "generally bad," which led personal-finance website WalletHub to examine the states with the most racial progress in 2020 ahead of the holiday, which recognizes King's birthday.

BLM Announces Upcoming “Fee-Free” Days on Public Lands in 2020

One of those days is...TOMORROW.