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Tuesday October 22nd, 2019 5:22AM

B.J. Williams

News Director
B.J. Williams
AAA: Gas prices continue to decline, but at a slower rate
AAA reported Monday that Georgia gas prices dropped another 2 cents at the pump compared to a week ago.
5:04AM ( 18 minutes ago )
Retired coach Mark Richt 'doing fine' after heart attack
Former Georgia and Miami coach Mark Richt posted on Twitter that he had a heart attack, but is doing fine
1:39PM ( 15 hours ago )
Hall County School District to hold info meeting this Thursday for high school programs of choice
The Hall County School District has started the application process for the High School Programs of Choice for freshmen applying for the 2020-2021 school year.
10:08AM ( 19 hours ago )
Georgia county's experience shows perils of ransomware
Ransomware attacks have crippled critical computer systems around the country that law enforcement rely on to stay safe or alert them to emergencies
9:48AM ( 19 hours ago )
Light turnout reported as first week of early voting wraps up
By most accounts, activity has been extremely light for the early voting period ahead of the Nov. 5 General Election.
9:45AM ( 2 days ago )
Butts retires from Good News Clinics, new leadership named
After 13 years as Medical Director of Good News Clinics in Gainesville, Dr. Jim Butts has retired from the non-profit agency.
5:00AM ( 3 days ago )
GDOT wants public input on proposed passenger rail line from Atlanta to Charlotte
Three open houses have been scheduled for next week as the Georgia Department of Transportation gathers public comment on the proposed extension of a high speed rail corridor that would extend from Atlanta to Charlotte, North Carolina.
2:06PM ( 3 days ago )
Miller to introduce legislation to increase protection from sexual assault for students
A state senator from Gainesville said he will introduce legislation in the 2020 session of the Georgia General Assembly to close a loophole in the current law designed to protect school students from sexual assault.
11:03AM ( 3 days ago )
Drought worsens, tropical storm brewing in the Gulf may help
The little bit of rain that fell in Georgia last week did nothing to ease drought conditions across the state last week, according to this week's U.S. Drought Monitor.
7:17AM ( 3 days ago )
Georgia Lottery says quarterly profit sets new record
Georgia's tax revenue may be threatening to stagnate, but lottery revenue continues to grow.
6:43AM ( 3 days ago )