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Scruffy Bandit strikes again

The FBI says the man known as the "Scruffy Faced Bandit" has struck again. Acting Special Agent in Charge George Crouch says the same suspect has now robbed at least six metro Atlanta area banks. The latest occurred at the Chase Bank at 4490 Wade Green Road in Kennesaw on ...

Georgia retains number one business ranking

Georgia is ranked the number one state for business for the fourth straight year. The ranking comes from Site Selection Magazine, a leading economic development trade publication. Governor Nathan Deal says, "For a remarkable fourth time in a row, Georgia has once again been named the top state in the ...

Meal kit delivery service to bring 1,200 jobs to Dekalb County

"Home Chef" is bringing more than 1,200 jobs to metro Atlanta. Governor Nathan Deal announced Wednesday the meal kit delivery service will invest over $3.3 million in a new Dekalb County facility to open by 2020. Deal says, "Home Chef is among the many innovative companies using Georgia’s high-performing transportation ...

Higher gas prices for busy Labor Day weekend

Good news and bad for Labor Day weekend travelers.  Gas prices are up, but the Georgia Department of Transportation will restrict lane closures for the long weekend beginning on Friday. At the gas pump, prices are up more than 8-cents per gallon in metro Atlanta over the past week.  According ...

Trump campaign staff changes also impact Georgia

After a major shake-up to his national campaign team, Donald Trump is also announcing additions to his staff in Georgia. Jennifer Hazelton will serve as Communications Director for the Trump/Pence 2016 campaign in Georgia, and Billy Kirkland will serve as the state's Senior Advisor. Trump's Georgia State Director Brandon Phillips ...

There's an elevated push throughout the state to train more residents for jobs in the film industry.

Georgia film industry is big business

Lights, camera, action.  Georgia's film industry is celebrating another big year. Governor Nathan Deal has announced feature films and television productions shot in Georgia generated an economic impact of more than $7 billion in fiscal year 2016.  The more than 240 productions represent over $2 billion in direct spending in ...

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Record breaking lottery profits

For the first time, the Georgia Lottery is transferring more than $1 billion for education programs. Governor Nathan Deal is announcing record breaking lottery profits in fiscal year 2016 to fund the HOPE Scholarship and Pre-K programs. The total transfer of $1.09 billion is the single largest funding transfer in ...

GDOT suspends road work for July 4th weekend

With record numbers of people expected to hit the road for the July 4th weekend, the Georgia Department of Transportation will take a break from some its road work. GDOT will suspend construction-related closures on interstate and major state highways beginning at 5 a.m. Friday July 1 and extending until ...

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Amazon brings jobs to Jackson County

Amazon is bringing 500 full-time jobs to the Braselton area. Governor Nathan Deal has announced Amazon's fulfillment center in Jackson County will be used for packing and shipping large items. Deal says, "Amazon's decision to develop in Jackson County speaks to the strength and vitality of Georgia's business-friendly environment." Amazon ...

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Braves and Uber team up

The Atlanta Braves are teaming up with Uber. The team is announcing a new partnership with the ride-sharing company that includes a special offer of discounts on game day tickets. Uber has been named the preferred ride of the Braves to help fans save time and money getting to and ...

 
 
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