State Senator, who tested positive for CO-VID19 attacked by a Florida sheriff after he travels to a Florida Island.
A Georgia state senator who contracted COVID-19 said Monday she has almost fully recovered from the virus, but will remain at home.
A Georgia State Rep. tested positive for COVID-19, becoming he first known member of the Georgia House to have the virus.
Democratic Georgia state Sen. Lester Jackson said he has tested positive for COVID-19 after developing a dry cough.
Georgia's lieutenant governor wants residents to continue to set an example when it comes to combatting coronavirus.
The total number of Georgia state senators who have tested positive for coronavirus since last week is now four.
A second State Senator confirmed Friday she tested positive for the coronavirus. This comes just two days after the Lt. Governor of Georgia and nearly all of the Georgia Legislature began a self-quarantine following possible exposure.
The Lieutenant Governor of Georgia and several members of the Georgia General Assembly are self-quarantining after a member of the Senate tested positive for the coronavirus.
Voting rights groups and the head of the Democratic National Committee want the states with remaining primary elections to offer voting by mail as a way to ensure that voters can safely cast their ballots amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Gov. Brian Kemp signed Georgia’s amended fiscal year 2020 budget that will dip into the state’s rainy-day fund for $100 million that can be spent to combat COVID-19.
The COVID-19 outbreak has pushed back Georgia's March 24 presidential primaries until May.
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.
Lawmakers in the Georgia General Assembly on Thursday faced a deadline to advance legislation from one chamber to the other. While issues can be resurrected later using legislative rules, the crossover deadline between the House and Senate tends to significantly narrow the issues in play.
The panic really escalated at a Sam's Club in Hiram, where a FOX 5 viewer witnessed a pair of shoppers fighting over a hot ticket item; at least one person was seen on video being rolled out in a stretcher.
The Georgia House on Thursday narrowly passed a bill that aims to strengthen the state’s gang-related laws, over the objection of Democrats who said the state already has tough laws and the bill was mostly posturing.
Amid growing concerns of a wide-spread coronavirus outbreak, the Georgia General Assembly will suspend its 2020 legislative session indefinitely starting after Friday.
A bill that would allow DACA recipients to pay in-state tuition at some Georgia colleges did not make it past a House committee Wednesday.
The State of the City address will not take place on March 12th, as originally planned, the Mayor's office confirms.
State and local elections officials have adopted new protocols to protect voters in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
Yes — in part — to teacher pay raises. No to many proposed cuts to programs.