A Great Pyrenees dog named Casper returned home after protecting his owner’s sheep from at least eight coyotes in Georgia.
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Georgia Awarded Three Air Quality Grants
Last month, the EPA selected 132 projects across the country to receive Enhanced Air Quality Monitoring Competitive Grants which would go towards implementing air quality monitoring systems in communities across the nation.
Raphael Warnock Wins U.S. Senate Runoff, Giving Democrats a 51-Seat Majority
Democratic U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock will return to Washington to represent Georgia for the next six years after winning his Senate runoff Tuesday, handing Senate Democrats a coveted 51st seat.
Small Businesses Help Georgians Find Health Insurance
Open enrollment for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act is already underway, and ends on Jan. 15.
As Utilities Spend Billions on Transmission, Support Builds for Independent Monitoring
An aging electric grid, fossil fuel power plant retirements and a massive renewable electricity buildout are all contributing to a boom in transmission and distribution wire projects by electric utilities across the country.
Georgia Power Pushed To Expand Solar Program As State Regulators Consider 12% Rate Hike Request
Another round of hearings in Georgia Power’s rate case concluded Thursday with the final day dominated by a debate over whether the utility should expand its popular rooftop solar program.
Defense Department Health Plan Cuts Its Pharmacy Network by Nearly 15,000 Outlets
As a patient in the Defense Department health system, she can fill routine prescriptions at a military pharmacy without a copay but also has the option of using a regular pharmacy through Tricare, the Defense Department’s private health care program.
Georgia Gas Prices Cheaper Than National Average
As of November 9th, the price of gas in Georgia is currently one of the lowest in the nation, clocking in at under $3.12/gallon for regular unleaded gasoline compared to the national average (approx. $3.80/gallon).
What Makes the Georgia Peach So Sweet?
It’s more than a pink fruit and a fun emoji. It’s one of Georgia’s chief exports, the pride and joy of the whole Peach State.
Meteorite Crashes in Georgia, Fragment Added to Tellus Science Museum
On September 26th at around 12:04 AM EDT, a meteorite burst into flames above Junction City, Georgia, and scattered pieces near the small town in Talbot County.