Governor Kemp responds to school shooter hoaxes across Georgia

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SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) - Schools across Georgia were on high alert Wednesday due to what Gov. Brian Kemp called a "brutal hoax." Gun threats on school campuses have been reported in Baldwin, Burke, Camden, Coffee, Early, Glynn, Muskogee, Richmond, Ware and Wayne counties, as well as Valdosta and Vidalia, after the initial report at Savannah High School. The high school was...

Bibb County School District Addresses ‘Popular Social Media Threats’ – 41NBC News

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No active shooting at Bibb County schools Wednesday. MACON, Ga. (41NBC/WMGT) – The Bibb County School District is warning the community that there was no active shooting at Bibb County schools on Wednesday. The school district says it's aware of popular phone calls and social media threats from active shooters at schools across the state and the Southeast In an email,...

In a historic vote, Democrats choose Jeffries over Pelosi as party leader

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House Democrats on Wednesday selected Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (N.Y.) to lead the party in the next Congress, marking a generational shift after 20 years in office by Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), making Jeffries the first black figure to lead any party in Congress in history of the country. The shift did not come as a surprise. After Pelosi...

The first bill in the General Assembly next year aims to ban abortion

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The first bill, tentatively introduced for the 2023 legislative session, takes aim at one of Georgia's hottest political topics -- a law that would ban abortions at about 6 weeks' gestation. House Bill 1 (HB 1) requires the state to pay many of the costs of childbirth and child care for mothers who would like to have an abortion,...

The sun returns Tuesday afternoon – 41NBC News

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MACON, Ga. (41NBC/WMGT) – Clouds will give way to sunny conditions Tuesday morning after rain. It was a wet morning in Middle Georgia as strong storms loomed at sunrise. Fortunately, there were no strong storms in the region. Conditions will clear as we head in the afternoon. Highs will reach the low to mid 70s early...

Tornado Warning Live Tonight: Thousands are without power in Alabama and Mississippi after homes were blown to pieces last night

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Sign up to Independent Climate's email newsletter for the latest tips to save the planetGet our free Climate emailMore than 40 million people in the south United States facing difficult the weather with several tornado reported at night.Parts Mississippi, Alabamaarkansas, Louisianaand Tennessee encountered at least 17 tornadoes, along with severe flooding and tennis-ball-sized hail, as warnings continued in Alabama...