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Georgia Today

Georgia Today

From Georgia Public Broadcasting

Georgia Today is the new daily podcast from GPB News bringing you in-depth reporting and compelling stories from across the state that you won't hear anywhere else.

Most Recent Episodes

Hurricane Season preview; New factory in Covington; "Secrets of Ash" author interview

On the Thursday May 23rd edition of Georgia Today: We'll have a preview of what's being called an extraordinary hurricane season, federal money will help build a factory in Covington, east of Atlanta and Orlando Montoya speaks with author Josh Green about his debut novel.

Hurricane Season preview; New factory in Covington; "Secrets of Ash" author interview

Primary election results; Emory lawsuit over suspension; Atlanta real estate market

LISTEN: On the Wednesday, May 22 edition of Georgia Today: We'll have results from yesterday's primary races; an Emory student challenges his suspension over the creation of an AI tool; and a new study shows Atlantans are sidelined by corporate investors in the real estate market.

Primary election results; Emory lawsuit over suspension; Atlanta real estate market

Primary election; Former GA congressman elected NRA president; Macon affordable housing

LISTEN: On the Tuesday, May 21 edition of Georgia Today: Voters in Georgia are headed to the polls on this primary day; a former Georgia congressman has been elected president of the National Rifle Association; and new affordable housing options are in the works in Macon.

Primary election; Former GA congressman elected NRA president; Macon affordable housing

Biden commencement at Morehouse; Airport MARTA station reopens; Peach Jam returns

LISTEN: On the Monday, May 20 edition of Georgia Today: President Joe Biden delivered the commencement speech at Atlanta's Morehouse College over the weekend; MARTA reopens a rail station at Hartfield-Jackson International Airport after six weeks of renovations. We'll tell you what's new. And GPB's Peach Jam returns for a third season, showcasing outstanding musical acts from around Georgia.

Biden commencement at Morehouse; Airport MARTA station reopens; Peach Jam returns

Upcoming Biden speech at Morehouse protested; Drowning deaths; Sav. art gallery closes

LISTEN: On the Friday, May 17 edition of Georgia Today: Some Morehouse College students express concerns over President Joe Biden's upcoming commencement speech; a new report shows a rise in drowning deaths over the past decade; and a fixture of downtown Savannah's art scene, the Ray Ellis gallery, is closing.

Upcoming Biden speech at Morehouse protested; Drowning deaths; Sav. art gallery closes

Biden to give speech at Morehouse; TikTok ban lawsuit; Athens minor league hockey

LISTEN: On the Thursday, May 16 edition of Georgia Today: President Biden will be in Atlanta on Sunday to deliver the Morehouse College commencement speech; an Atlanta influencer joins a lawsuit fighting the federal government's TikTok ban; and a new minor league hockey team in Athens will be named after one of the city's most famous bands.

Biden to give speech at Morehouse; TikTok ban lawsuit; Athens minor league hockey

Pres. debate planned for ATL; New GSU baseball stadium; Cobb accused of censorship

LISTEN: On the Wednesday, May 15 edition of Georgia Today: President Joe Biden and rival former President Donald Trump make plans to debate in Atlanta next month; Georgia State University announces plans for a new baseball stadium; and the Cobb County School district is accused of discriminatory censorship.

Pres. debate planned for ATL; New GSU baseball stadium; Cobb accused of censorship

Delta 'hidden junk fees' lawsuit; Trans health court case settled; Braves beat Cubs

On the Tuesday, May 14 edition of Georgia Today: Delta Air Lines sues over a rule meant to fight so-called "hidden junk fees;" a transgender sheriff's deputy scores a big win in court; and the Braves beat the Cubs last night in part because of stellar pitching from starter Reynaldo Lopez.

Delta 'hidden junk fees' lawsuit; Trans health court case settled; Braves beat Cubs

Voices for Black Women cancer study; State GOP removes vice chairman; Broadband access

On the Monday, May 13 edition of Georgia Today: New research shows Black women are more likely to get cancer; The state's Republican Party removes its vice chairman after a judge finds he voted illegally; And we'll take a look at how an infusion of federal money helps expand broadband access in Georgia.

Voices for Black Women cancer study; State GOP removes vice chairman; Broadband access

Hearings into Fulton jail end; Savannah trolley noise; Downtown Macon redvelopment

LISTEN: On the Friday May 10 edition of Georgia Today: Hearings looking into deaths at Atlanta's Fulton County Jail wrap up; Savannah is clamping town on trolley noise in its historic district; and the city of Macon's downtown redevelopment efforts get some national recognition.

Hearings into Fulton jail end; Savannah trolley noise; Downtown Macon redvelopment