Gov. Brian Kemp issued a shelter in place order for the state of Georgia. It goes into effect Friday at 6 p.m. and runs through April 13.
Three dozen Democrats signed a letter sent to Governor Brian Kemp Wednesday urging him to strengthen his recent Executive Order to include all Georgians.
Georgia's governor issued a "shelter-in-place" order Monday afternoon for groups "at-risk" while Atlanta's mayor took it a step further implementing a citywide "shelter-in-place" order for all residents.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp defended his decision Tuesday to issue a limited "shelter-in-place" order for the state.
"There is a significant risk that individuals who seem healthy could visit a facility and unintentionally endanger residents."
Governor Brian Kemp issued an executive order to calling up to 2,000 Georgia National Guard troops to active duty in response to COVID-19.
Georgia officials say con artists are using coronavirus fears to prey on victims,
The Governor's office announced a new state task force that will focus on combating the coronavirus.
Dozens of Atlanta-based Uber drivers attended a training session with Georgia’s first lady Marty Kemp, to learn how to recognize and report human trafficking.
A flooring manufacturer plans an expansion in northwest Georgia that the governor says will create 268 jobs.
In her first campaign event in metro Atlanta, U.S. Senator Kelly Loeffler highlighted her pro-life agenda and a key endorsement.
State lawmakers have just under a week left as they continue to hammer out the details of the budget.
Gov. Brian Kemp’s budget director on Tuesday apologized to top House budget writers, answering criticism that Kemp’s administration hasn’t been forthcoming enough with Georgia lawmakers about his spending plans.
Gov. Brian Kemp is proposing that Georgia borrow nearly $900 million for construction projects and equipment next year, an amount likely to rise before lawmakers get done with the state budget.
Lawmakers who write Georgia's budget question Gov.
The proposal would allow Georgia to revoke a person’s commercial driver’s license if they’re convicted of trafficking and used their vehicle to commit the crime.
Gov. Brian Kemp outlined his budget proposal for lawmakers at a hearing Tuesday morning.
The State of the State Address marked a return for a long-time public servant who served in the Georgia Legislature for years.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp said raising teacher pay is one of his top goals as he gave his second annual State of the State address Thursday, a stance that could put him on a collision course with legislative leaders who want to cut income taxes.
There is push back on Governor Brian Kemp's call to be tough on gangs. Gov. Kemp says he will push for more ammunition for law enforcement and prosecutors to lock up gang members.