The featured pet was from Lifeline's DeKalb County animal shelter.
The national shortage of coronavirus testing kits – and the frustrating delay in sometimes getting those results -- has opened a window for private testing labs, including one in Norcross.
The federal lawsuit filed in Austin, Texas, is among the most high-profile challenges to a government response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Juli St George is a healthy 45-year-old Atlanta mother of two. She says COVID-19 left her fighting for every breath.
One city clamps down on possible coronovirus scams.
Human trials for the vaccine would begin by September at the latest, according to a press release.
Team spirit in the face of coronavirus keeps a local soccer club’s birthday tradition going. Parents figured out how to get the girls together from a distance, of course.
The Tokyo Olympics will open next year in the same time slot scheduled for this year's games.
Country star Joe Diffie has died at the age of 61 after battling COVID-19.
Commissioner Butler said last week a little more than 12,000 Georgians filed unemployment claims. More than double the amount of claims the week before.
Gwinnett County has placed 46 work release inmates under quarantine after someone on their dorm tested positive for covid-19. That first positive case was discovered earlier this week. The resident was sent home and his entire dorm — L dorm — sealed off.
We caught up with two of the creators of the new FOX animated show "Duncanville" at the recent SCAD aTVfest.
Around 1,500 greyhounds will need new homes.
Grammy-winning musician Coy Bowles is releasing his first children's album Friday, two months ahead of schedule.
Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, has tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
The generous move comes as many restaurants and food service workers are struggling to make ends meet during the coronavirus outbreak.
Anne Luhr of Marietta is staying close to home these days, which is a little challenge for an extrovert, used to being on the go. She is among those Governor Brian Kemp ordered to stay indoors with his limited "shelter-in-place" executive order.
The Globetrotters said Fred "Curly" Neal died in his home outside of Houston on Thursday morning.
As more Georgia cities issue shelter-in-place orders for their residents, one man has come up with an idea he’s hoping will spread across the state.
The featured pet is from the Humane Society of Northeast Georgia.