Five weeks after Georgia became the first U.S. to lift shelter-in-place restrictions, COVID-19 infections may be increasing again. Still, one Emory public health expert cautions it may be too soon to say if the trend will continue.
Going a step further on what Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has been preaching to protesters all week, the city of Atlanta will be hosting a free COVID-19 screening specifically aimed at protesters.
It looks better, according to the presidential aide who ordered the journalists' seats to be placed closer together.
Many Democrats and community leaders in several cities have voiced concerns over the African American death rate in connection to the coronavirus.
CDC Director Robert Redfield warned the large demonstrations could be a "seeding event" for more coronavirus outbreaks.
One of the country's leading coronavirus experts says the US could have a COVID-19 vaccine as early as January of 2021. Dr. Anthony Fauci says the company behind one of the frontrunner vaccine, Moderna Therapeutics, could begin producing millions of doses months before we know for certain whether the vaccine works.
Unemployment claims continue for the second week to head down. That’s good news, but still many are having trouble filing out those unemployment claims.
Nearly three weeks after JCPenney filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, the company has announced it will close down 154 stores nationwide in 38 states as a first step in reorganizing the business.
With the coronavirus and protests being two of the most pressing issues the city faces today, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms recognizes those living in the city want to know when things will return to normal.
Counselors and therapists said mental health has been a top concern for clients this week.
A call to the Henry County Police Department about teenagers loitering turned into something positive.
One Athens-Clarke County commissioner was front and center at a Sunday protest in Athens where thousands gathered over the death of George Floyd.
A charity in Fayette County needs volunteers to help pick blueberries that will feed families in need. The Real Life Center has an orchard and their program called U Pick 4 Others provides fresh produce to struggling families.
Thursday’s retraction in the journal Lancet involved a May 22 report on hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine, drugs long used for preventing or treating malaria but whose safety and effectiveness for COVID-19 are unknown.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is warning of a “large-scale scam erupting in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic” involving impostors who are filing claims for unemployment benefits using the personal information of people who have not filed any claims.
A beloved officer on the Georgia Tech police force has lost his battle with COVID-19, officials said.
To start, heath experts say wear a mask and eye protection.
The casino coronavirus closure is ending, with cards to be dealt, dice to roll and slot jackpots to win again starting Thursday in Las Vegas and throughout Nevada.
No summer shower or pandemic could damper Hayes' last day or remarkable career as a teacher, taking on her first job as the only African American instructor at a high school in New York.
A Georgia nurse has just returned from treating COVID-19 patients at an all-positive hospital in New Jersey. She recalls the 11 weeks there as a war zone.