A bill that would ban abortions after six weeks passed a second Georgia Senate committee vote on March 18. Georgia’s Senate Science and Technology Committee voted 3-2 to move the legislation, Georgia House Bill 481, onwards to a full floor vote.
Family and community members gathered at Hardaway High School for the dedication of a courtyard in a former principal, E. Dewey Renfroe's, memory. His daughters and others talked about his legacy and what the dedication meant to them.
Americans have been twice as likely to experience record-breaking heat than record-setting cold, Associated Press data analysis shows. It counted the times daily hot temperature records were tied or broken compared to daily cold records.
Tommy Barron gets his head shaved and talks about what St. Baldrick’s Foundation's head shaving event means to him. Barron's daughter, Peyton Barron, died in 2017 after battling cancer. The 2019 head shaving event honored her.
Columbus Mayor B.H. "Skip" Henderson gave his first State of the City address Friday at Columbus State University's Cunningham Conference Center. He touched on several topics, including the need for a SPLOST to help fund immediate capital needs.