Addressing the public for the first time since signing the state’s mid-year budget, Governor Brian Kemp said the state’s multi-billion-dollar reserve will provide a cushion most states won’t enjoy during any unforeseen economic downturns.
More than 5 years ago, 17 families lost their children in a school shooting in Parkland, Florida. Now lawmakers in Georgia and across the country are supporting a bill named for one of the students who was killed.
Dr. Debra Houry is a scientist, and one of the top doctors at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, but she is also, human. She has a family, and she continues to take extra precautions to keep them all safe.
About 4,500 soldiers will deploy this summer from Fort Stewart in southeast Georgia to Europe, where they will train with NATO allies as part of a troop buildup the U.S. has maintained in the region since Russia invaded Ukraine.
“Our mission is to almost too be an urgent care for the schools. Our goal is to cut down on the number of students missing school and cut down on the number of students having to leave school because of this illness."
The Carter Center released a statement about the former president entering hospice care saying that Carter “decided to spend his remaining time at home with his family and receive hospice care instead of additional medical intervention.”
A 450-foot mural honoring former U.S. president and Georgia native Jimmy Carter was placed on Georgia’s Own Credit Union building overlooking Atlanta’s skyline by an Atlanta-based artist, officials say.
Carter, 98 and the longest-living president, “decided to spend his remaining time at home with his family and receive hospice care instead of additional medical intervention,” according to a statement from the Carter Center.
On any given night in Georgia, a state official says that roughly 50 to 70 children in foster care with complex needs will sleep in a local Division of Family & Children Services (DFCS) office or hotel.
Forget about insurance and the headaches that come with it. What about paying $100 a month for unlimited primary care? That’s what one Atlanta doctor is offering to stay in business and help patients avoid surprise medical bills.