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Wild Georgia: Get ready for ruby-throated hummingbirds" return

ajc.com > life

...Ruby-throated hummingbirds will be returning to Georgia any day now from winter homes in Mexico and Central America.... ...After their long, arduous flights -- including a 500-mile, nonstop leg across the Gulf of Mexico -- the beloved little birds will be hungry and in... ...IN THE SKY: From David Dundee, Tellus Science Museum astronomer: The moon will be first quarter on Tuesday.... ...Venus and Jupiter are low in the west just after sunset. Mars is high in the southwest at dark and will appear near the moon Monday evening....

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Capitol Recap: Kemp acts quickly to sign bill limiting care for ... - The Atlanta Journal Constitution...

ajc.com > politics

...The governor put his name to Senate Bill 140 two days after Republicans in the Georgia Senate gave final approval to the measure that bars medical... ...Brian Kemp moved quickly to sign a bill to prevent some hormone treatments for transgender children seeking to align with their gender identity.... ...Brian Kemp had designated for the University System of Georgia.... ...and lawmakers recently approved for a new electronic medical records system for the Medical College of Georgia, part of Augusta University....

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Norfolk Southern CEO faces Ohio derailment anger, promises change

ajc.com > news > business

...A little less than a year on the job leading one of the nation's largest railroads, Norfolk Southern CEO Alan Shaw has now become practiced at calmly... ...listening as politicians and residents upbraid him for his company's toxic derailment disaster in East Palestine, Ohio.... ...Two days later, Norfolk Southern officials ducked a town hall, citing safety concerns, drawing criticism from Ohio officials.... ...But seven weeks into the crisis, Shaw and Norfolk Southern have a long way to go in winning over many East Palestine residents and lawmakers....

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Georgia baby murder in college dorm solved decades later


...The woman, Katherine Grant, was enrolled at UGA and was living at the Oglethorpe House dormitory at the time of the killing, FOX Atlanta reported... ...A custodian discovered the infant on Jan. 8, 1996 in a first-floor bathroom.... ...He said he only remembered her last name being Grant. Investigators later determined Katherine Grant was the child's mother.... ...He told detectives he had lived on campus at the time of the killing and had a sexual relationship with a student....

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OPINION: Geechee descendants deserve input on Sapelo land deals

ajc.com > life

...Sapelo Island is part of the federally recognized 12,000-square-mile Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor that stretches from Florida to North... ...The town of Hogg Hummock (aka Hog Hammock) is believed to be among the last intact Gullah Geechee communities in the country.... ...The Sapelo Island Heritage Authority was created in 1983 to protect the Hogg Hummock community and keep it intact for future generations, but residents... ...The commissioner of the Department of Natural Resources would become chairman, the governor would move from chairman to vice chair with authority...

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Georgia's governor signs ban on certain gender-affirming care for minors

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thumbnail favicon news.yahoo.com —  11+ hour, 29+ min ago

Georgia companies one step closer to legally selling marijuana oil


...The Georgia Access to Medical Cannabis Commission narrowly survived a vote on whether or not to dissolve it on Thursday.... ...One lawmaker, Republican Alan Powell, proposed giving those companies licenses in exchange for dropping the lawsuits.... ...Powell admitted to Elliot that he does like this version of the bill, but is glad it is moving forward at all, nine years after medical cannabis... ..."I've been fighting for this for over three years," Christopher Quidort said....

thumbnail favicon ajc.com —  16+ hour, 20+ min ago

Georgia mother accused of killing toddler, placing body in dumpster denied bond

ajc.com > news > crime

...Officials eventually zeroed in on the landfill, where they sifted through 1.2 million pounds of trash to find his remains Nov. 18, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution... ...After Leilani Simon, 22, reported her son Quinton missing on Oct. 5, the case made national headlines as state and federal authorities searched extensively... ...Chatham County Superior Court Judge Tammy Stokes disagreed, saying Simon could commit a felony while out on bond, or leave the area.... ...Simon was initially denied bail last year following her arrest since only a Superior Court judge can set bond in more serious charges, such as murder...

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Men hurl drugs from car before police chase ends in deadly crash ...


...March 20 in Lamar County, sheriff's deputies said. State troopers were trying to stop a gold-colored Chevrolet Tahoe when the driver sped away.... ...Two men tossed drugs from a vehicle window while leading police on a high-speed chase that ended in a deadly crash, according to Georgia authorities... ...His passenger, a 41-year-old man also from Barnesville, died at the scene. Georgia State Patrol is investigating the crash.... ...The driver, a 39-year-old man from Barnesville, was airlifted to a hospital, deputies said....

thumbnail favicon ajc.com —  1+ day, 45+ min ago

AJC names new top editor - The Atlanta Journal Constitution

ajc.com > news

...The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has named Leroy Chapman Jr. editor-in-chief to replace Kevin Riley, who announced his retirement Thursday.... ...Chapman, 52, a managing editor, has been with the AJC since 2011.... ...He came to the AJC from The State in South Carolina and lives in Gwinnett County with his wife Dawn. They have three adult children.... ...Morse, a former senior leader at CNN, Bloomberg and ABC News, came to the AJC in January vowing to focus on the AJC's continued transition to digital...

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