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Atlanta Journal-Constitution 7/7/20

Good morning, it's Tuesday, July 7th. I’m Kristie McIntyre and here are today's headlines from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Our top story: A central gathering place for protesters in downtown Atlanta has closed due to the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Centennial Olympic Park is closed indefinitely, according to a statement issued Monday by the Georgia World Congress Center Authority, which manages the park.

4 MIN16 h ago
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Atlanta Journal-Constitution 7/7/20

Atlanta Journal-Constitution 7/6/20

Good morning, it's Monday, July 6th. I’m Lucas Dixon and here are today's headlines from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Our top story: At about 7:20 pm Sunday — with an hour of a press conference in which the mayor decried gun violence in the city, Atlanta police officers responded to a person shot call on Pryor Road. Upon arrival, officers located two people who appeared to have been shot.

4 MIN1 d ago
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Atlanta Journal-Constitution 7/6/20

Atlanta Journal-Constitution 7/3/20

Good morning, it's Friday, July 3rd. I’m Lucas Dixon and here are today's headlines from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Our top story: Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger on Thursday released the final results from Georgia’s primary, setting up a slate of candidates who will advance to runoffs and November’s general election. The election broke state turnout records for a primary, with more than 2.2 million ballots cast despite the coronavirus pandemic.

4 MIN4 d ago
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Atlanta Journal-Constitution 7/3/20

Atlanta Journal-Constitution 7/2/20

Good morning, it's Thursday, July 2nd. I’m Lucas Dixon and here are today's headlines from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Our top story: As businesses reopen and traffic builds ahead of the Fourth of July weekend, two e-scooter companies have announced their return to Atlanta’s streets. Spin scooters on Wednesday deployed 500 electric scooters in parts of Atlanta, including downtown, Midtown, the city’s Westside, and the Beltline, according to a news release.

4 MIN5 d ago
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Atlanta Journal-Constitution 7/2/20

Atlanta Journal-Constitution 7/1/20

Good morning, it's Wednesday, July 1st. I’m Kristie McIntyre and here are today's headlines from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Our top story: Over the objections of prosecutors and an emotional widow, a Fulton County judge on Tuesday granted a $500,000 bond to fired Atlanta police officer Garrett Rolfe, who is charged with the June 12th killing of Rayshard Brooks.

3 MIN6 d ago
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Atlanta Journal-Constitution 7/1/20

Atlanta Journal-Constitution 6/30/20

Good morning, it's Tuesday, June 30th. I’m Kristie McIntyre and here are today's headlines from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Our top story: Governor Brian Kemp doesn’t plan to require Georgians wear masks. But he’s set to go on a statewide fly-around tour this week to encourage them to do so.

4 MIN1 w ago
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Atlanta Journal-Constitution 6/30/20

Atlanta Journal-Constitution 6/29/20

Good morning, it's Monday, June 29th. I’m Lucas Dixon and here are today's headlines from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Our top story: A peaceful demonstration on the streets of Midtown Atlanta on Sunday linked ongoing protests of racial injustice and police brutality to a landmark uprising for the gay rights movement.

3 MIN1 w ago
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Atlanta Journal-Constitution 6/29/20

Atlanta Journal-Constitution 6/26/20

Good morning, it's Friday, June 26th. I’m Lucas Dixon and here are today's headlines from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Our top story: Grocery and liquor stores and some restaurants would be able to deliver beer, wine and booze to the front doors of their customers under legislation that won final approval in the Georgia House Thursday. The measure won final passage 114-45 and now heads to Governor Brian Kemp’s desk for his consideration.

3 MIN1 w ago
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Atlanta Journal-Constitution 6/26/20

Atlanta Journal-Constitution 6/25/20

Good morning, it's Thursday, June 25th. I’m Lucas Dixon and here are today's headlines from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Our top story: As reported cases of the coronavirus continue to surge in Georgia, an Atlanta Journal-Constitution analysis shows adults under 30 make up the fastest-growing group of new infections. The spike in cases overall and among people aged 18 to 29 in Georgia mirrors other Southern states, including in Florida, which have also begun reopening their economies.

4 MIN1 w ago
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Atlanta Journal-Constitution 6/25/20

Atlanta Journal-Constitution 6/24/20

Good morning, it's Wednesday, June 24th. I’m Kristie McIntyre and here are today's headlines from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Our top story: Standing in the spiritual spot that her father, grandfather, and great-grandfather preached, Bernice King ticked off a list of names that have recently and tragically become all too familiar. Ahmaud Arbery. Breonna Tayler. George Floyd. And finally, the name of the man of whose casket she preached over – Rayshard Brooks.

3 MIN1 w ago
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Atlanta Journal-Constitution 6/24/20

Latest Episodes

Atlanta Journal-Constitution 7/7/20

Good morning, it's Tuesday, July 7th. I’m Kristie McIntyre and here are today's headlines from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Our top story: A central gathering place for protesters in downtown Atlanta has closed due to the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Centennial Olympic Park is closed indefinitely, according to a statement issued Monday by the Georgia World Congress Center Authority, which manages the park.

4 MIN16 h ago
Comments
Atlanta Journal-Constitution 7/7/20

Atlanta Journal-Constitution 7/6/20

Good morning, it's Monday, July 6th. I’m Lucas Dixon and here are today's headlines from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Our top story: At about 7:20 pm Sunday — with an hour of a press conference in which the mayor decried gun violence in the city, Atlanta police officers responded to a person shot call on Pryor Road. Upon arrival, officers located two people who appeared to have been shot.

4 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Atlanta Journal-Constitution 7/6/20

Atlanta Journal-Constitution 7/3/20

Good morning, it's Friday, July 3rd. I’m Lucas Dixon and here are today's headlines from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Our top story: Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger on Thursday released the final results from Georgia’s primary, setting up a slate of candidates who will advance to runoffs and November’s general election. The election broke state turnout records for a primary, with more than 2.2 million ballots cast despite the coronavirus pandemic.

4 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Atlanta Journal-Constitution 7/3/20

Atlanta Journal-Constitution 7/2/20

Good morning, it's Thursday, July 2nd. I’m Lucas Dixon and here are today's headlines from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Our top story: As businesses reopen and traffic builds ahead of the Fourth of July weekend, two e-scooter companies have announced their return to Atlanta’s streets. Spin scooters on Wednesday deployed 500 electric scooters in parts of Atlanta, including downtown, Midtown, the city’s Westside, and the Beltline, according to a news release.

4 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Atlanta Journal-Constitution 7/2/20

Atlanta Journal-Constitution 7/1/20

Good morning, it's Wednesday, July 1st. I’m Kristie McIntyre and here are today's headlines from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Our top story: Over the objections of prosecutors and an emotional widow, a Fulton County judge on Tuesday granted a $500,000 bond to fired Atlanta police officer Garrett Rolfe, who is charged with the June 12th killing of Rayshard Brooks.

3 MIN6 d ago
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Atlanta Journal-Constitution 7/1/20

Atlanta Journal-Constitution 6/30/20

Good morning, it's Tuesday, June 30th. I’m Kristie McIntyre and here are today's headlines from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Our top story: Governor Brian Kemp doesn’t plan to require Georgians wear masks. But he’s set to go on a statewide fly-around tour this week to encourage them to do so.

4 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Atlanta Journal-Constitution 6/30/20

Atlanta Journal-Constitution 6/29/20

Good morning, it's Monday, June 29th. I’m Lucas Dixon and here are today's headlines from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Our top story: A peaceful demonstration on the streets of Midtown Atlanta on Sunday linked ongoing protests of racial injustice and police brutality to a landmark uprising for the gay rights movement.

3 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Atlanta Journal-Constitution 6/29/20

Atlanta Journal-Constitution 6/26/20

Good morning, it's Friday, June 26th. I’m Lucas Dixon and here are today's headlines from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Our top story: Grocery and liquor stores and some restaurants would be able to deliver beer, wine and booze to the front doors of their customers under legislation that won final approval in the Georgia House Thursday. The measure won final passage 114-45 and now heads to Governor Brian Kemp’s desk for his consideration.

3 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Atlanta Journal-Constitution 6/26/20

Atlanta Journal-Constitution 6/25/20

Good morning, it's Thursday, June 25th. I’m Lucas Dixon and here are today's headlines from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Our top story: As reported cases of the coronavirus continue to surge in Georgia, an Atlanta Journal-Constitution analysis shows adults under 30 make up the fastest-growing group of new infections. The spike in cases overall and among people aged 18 to 29 in Georgia mirrors other Southern states, including in Florida, which have also begun reopening their economies.

4 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Atlanta Journal-Constitution 6/25/20

Atlanta Journal-Constitution 6/24/20

Good morning, it's Wednesday, June 24th. I’m Kristie McIntyre and here are today's headlines from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Our top story: Standing in the spiritual spot that her father, grandfather, and great-grandfather preached, Bernice King ticked off a list of names that have recently and tragically become all too familiar. Ahmaud Arbery. Breonna Tayler. George Floyd. And finally, the name of the man of whose casket she preached over – Rayshard Brooks.

3 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Atlanta Journal-Constitution 6/24/20
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