Gov. Brian Kemp announced Wednesday that he will use $1.5 billion that Georgia got from the federal COVID-19 relief to bail out the state’s indebted unemployment system, deciding against passing the money to local governments that could have then used it to give grants to businesses and train workers.
A company that provides commercial refrigeration products is expanding its operations in Georgia.
The lawsuit names Gov. Brian Kemp, Dr. Kathleen Toomey, Georgia's School Superintendent and Paulding County officials. The organization said it's taking legal action because of the defendants reckless guidance and action.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp has announced a top aide to former U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson to be his new chief of staff.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp has extended two executive orders Wednesday. The governor signed to extend the Public Health State of Emergency and reaffirming current safety measures for the state during the on-going coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Brian Kemp says the health and well-being of the state rests with Georgians as they observe the holiday weekend.
Governor Brian Kemp defended Georgia's handling of the coronavirus pandemic at a press conference Wednesday, days after the latest numbers from President Donald Trump's coronavirus task force showed Georgia leads the nation in the number of new COVID-19 cases per capita.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has unveiled a new effort to combat human trafficking in the state. The GBI now has a unit called the "Human Exploitation and Trafficking" or "HEAT" unit.
Gov. Brian P. Kemp has filled a vacancy on the Superior Court of the Middle Judicial Circuit.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp announced new spending plans for federal COVID-19 aid to schools Tuesday as the state’s newly confirmed infection numbers continue to fall but remain the highest per capita in the nation.
One of the nation's oldest World War II veterans wants people to remember the sacrifices our brave men and women have made for our country.
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed an augmented executive order Saturday, giving cities and counties some leeway on mask mandates for the first time.
The Georgia Attorney General’s Office has filed to withdraw the pending lawsuit Gov. Brian Kemp filed against Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms over her mask mandate.
Georgia’s Gov. Brian Kemp said that the reopening of some of the state’s schools has gone well except for photos shared on social media.
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp said he will be calling for a special session of the General Assembly in the coming weeks to fix a procedural issue with a bill he signed this week offering tax relief for those who received federal disaster relief or assistance following Hurricane Michael in 2018.
The Democratic head of a congressional coronavirus oversight panel has demanded that Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee and three other Republican governors provide documents showing how their states are combating the pandemic.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp is withdrawing a motion for an emergency hearing over Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms’ mask order.
Governor Brian Kemp praised John Lewis on Twitter late Monday afternoon--calling the late congressman, "a man of integrity and a force for good." Afterward, some political experts have praised the governor for setting a special election that ensures the fifth congressional district won't go too much longer without a representative in Washington.
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has issued an executive order calling for a special election to fill the late Rep. John Lewis' seat in Georgia's 5th U.S. Congressional District.
A Fulton County Superior Court judge has ordered Gov. Brian Kemp and Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms to undergo mediation ahead of a scheduled hearing next week. The order stems from a lawsuit filed by the governor over the city’s measures mandating masks in public and other COVID-19 restrictions.