Georgia Today Each week on Georgia Today, host Steve Fennessy walks us through a compelling story from the week's news, through the eyes of the journalists who cover it.
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Each week on Georgia Today, host Steve Fennessy walks us through a compelling story from the week's news, through the eyes of the journalists who cover it.

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Georgia Today: State of emergency, Georgia's housing crisis, foster care kids living in hotels

On the Friday Jan. 27 edition of Georgia Today: Gov. Kemp issues a state of emergency, Georgia's housing crisis, and foster care kids are living in hotels

Georgia Today: State of emergency, Georgia's housing crisis, foster care kids living in hotels

Effort to curb mining near Okefenokee; modernizing prisons; inflation's link to crime

On the Thursday Jan. 26 edition of Georgia Today: Lawmakers want to block mining near the Okefenokee Swamp, Georgia is modernizing its prisons, and inflation and job automation have both led to an increase in crime.

Effort to curb mining near Okefenokee; modernizing prisons; inflation's link to crime

State of the State, bill to repeal Georgia's abortion law, bogus COVID treatment fine

On the Wednesday Jan. 25 edition of Georgia Today: Gov. Kemp delivered the State of the State address today, there's a bill to repeal Georgia's abortion law, and bogus COVID treatments result in a hefty fine

State of the State, bill to repeal Georgia's abortion law, bogus COVID treatment fine

No Trump info from Fulton DA, UGA player arrested, Braves lose another member of the team

On the Tuesday Jan. 24 edition of Georgia Today: The Fulton DA does not want to release info from the investigation into Donald Trump, a UGA player was arrested, and the Braves have lost another member of their team

No Trump info from Fulton DA, UGA player arrested, Braves lose another member of the team

Violent protests, Fulton County's investigation into Donald Trump, free fentanyl testing

On the Monday Jan. 23 edition of Georgia Today: Violent protests erupt in Atlanta, portions of Fulton County's investigation into Donald Trump may by made public, and strips of fentanyl testing will be available.

Violent protests, Fulton County's investigation into Donald Trump, free fentanyl testing

Protestors charged with domestic terrorism, Savannah's movie money, stolen guns, India Arie chats

On the Friday Jan. 20 edition of Georgia Today: Atlanta protesters charged with domestic terrorism, Savannah's movie money, rise in guns stolen from cars, India Arie chats with us

Protestors charged with domestic terrorism, Savannah's movie money, stolen guns, India Arie chats

Vigil for protester killed at police center shooting, school civil rights lawsuit, top-tie...

LISTEN: On the Thursday Jan. 19 edition of Georgia Today: A vigil for the protester killed at a police center shooting, more allegations in school district's civil rights lawsuit, and an Atlanta hospital is the first in the country with top-tier maternal care.

Vigil for protester killed at police center shooting, school civil rights lawsuit, top-tie...

GA elections are expensive, speeding to blame in death of UGA player, adios Josef

On the Wednesday Jan. 18 edition of Georgia Today: The Secretary of State says Georgia needs more money to run its high-profile elections, speeding is to blame for the death of a UGA player, and adiós Josef

GA elections are expensive, speeding to blame in death of UGA player, adios Josef

Disaster relief for Georgia, we need 700 doctors, violence closes Augusta academy

LISTEN: On the Tuesday Jan. 17 edition of Georgia Today: Federal disaster relief for Georgia, 700 doctors needed, and violence closes an Augusta academy.

Disaster relief for Georgia, we need 700 doctors, violence closes Augusta academy

State of emergency, an Atlanta landmark is moving, Georgia city named top travel destination

On the Friday Jan. 13 edition of Georgia Today: Gov. Kemp issues a state of emergency; an Atlanta landmark is moving; and a Georgia city has been named a top travel destination.

State of emergency, an Atlanta landmark is moving, Georgia city named top travel destination