Many of you have already started to apply for unemployment, and you have so many questions. Let’s see if we can help you.
In March, more than 10 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits. Georgia processed the highest number of claims ever processed in a week.
Georgia farmers worry the COVID-19 pandemic could leave them in the worst spot imaginable: bumper crops… but not enough migrant workers to help bring in those fruits and vegetables.
It’s likely no one appreciates the turn of the monthly calendar more than Rome resident Clay Bentley.
The national shortage of coronavirus testing kits – and the frustrating delay in sometimes getting those results -- has opened a window for private testing labs, including one in Norcross.
One city clamps down on possible coronovirus scams.
Team spirit in the face of coronavirus keeps a local soccer club’s birthday tradition going. Parents figured out how to get the girls together from a distance, of course.
Commissioner Butler said last week a little more than 12,000 Georgians filed unemployment claims. More than double the amount of claims the week before.
Gwinnett County has placed 46 work release inmates under quarantine after someone on their dorm tested positive for covid-19. That first positive case was discovered earlier this week. The resident was sent home and his entire dorm — L dorm — sealed off.
As more Georgia cities issue shelter-in-place orders for their residents, one man has come up with an idea he’s hoping will spread across the state.
As the Fulton County courthouse was shut down due to the coronavirus outbreak, one inmate managed to secure an emergency bond hearing that caught local prosecutors off guard. And, one interested bystander said politics was at play.
An inmate at the Fulton County Jail has tested positive for the coronavirus.
Strangers on a tropical paradise vacation found themselves locked down by one nation’s fears of the coronavirus. But, with the help of a simple communication app, known as WhatsApp, and a global security company, all 144 new best friends made it safely home from Honduras this past Sunday.
How do you pay your mortgage in times like these? Well there is relief coming.
Five days after closing for a deep cleaning, the Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center reopened for business Tuesday. At least for now.
He was one of the first in Georgia to put a face on the COVID-19 pandemic. Now he says he feels "totally restored."
One of the largest park systems in Georgia is shutting down most of its features in an attempt to stop people from gathering in groups.
No matter who you are, you're going to get your temperature checked before you're allowed into the Gwinnett County jail. That goes for law enforcement, too.
Lawrenceville has declared a state of emergency partly in an effort to help its fledgling restaurant industry.
We are on day three for some families whose kitchen tables are now home-school work stations. Boy, teachers make it look easy don’t they? Well, here are ideas for filling out the day that includes museum and zoo tours and much more.