Weekly News Briefs: Mar. 20

March 20, 2018 Signal Staff 0

Local A call to address flight attendant harassment President of the international Flight Attendants union Sara Nelson testified on Monday, March 20 in front of a U.S. House of Representatives caucus regarding the sexual harassment […]


Weekly News Briefs: Feb. 26

February 26, 2018 Signal Staff 0

Local New ‘Religious Liberty’ bill passes Senate On Friday, Feb. 23, the Georgia Senate approved a bill that would allow adoption agencies to reject gay couples and use religion as a justification. Senate Bill 375 […]


Weekly News Briefs: Feb. 19

February 19, 2018 Signal Staff 0

Local Atlanta Public Schools reassure parents of students’ safety Atlanta Public Schools executive director Marquenta Sands Hall announced that local school systems will be taking extra precautions following the Florida high school shooting. According to […]


Weekly News Briefs: Feb. 12

February 12, 2018 Signal Staff 0

Local An easier adoption system House Bill 159, the adoption bill, passed through the Georgia Senate last Monday, sending the hopeful piece of legislation to Gov. Nathan Deal’s office for a signature or veto. HB159 […]


Weekly News Briefs: Feb. 6

February 6, 2018 Signal Staff 0

Local Safari Park coming soon to Atlanta Atlanta metropolitan residents can expect to see a safari park soon outside of the Atlanta area. The Georgia Safari Conservation Park is planning the construction near Madison, GA. […]


Weekly News Briefs: Jan 29

January 29, 2018 Signal Staff 0

Local Environmental Concerns Following Coal Ash in Georgia Georgia Power plans to close all of its twenty nine ash ponds. Ash ponds were previously used to store the remains of burned coal. Georgia Power plans […]


Weekly News Briefs: Jan 22

January 22, 2018 Samuel Puckett 0

Local Women’s march Power to the Polls attracts thousands Thousands of women rallied on Sat., on the one-year anniversary of Donald Trump’s inauguration at The Bakery in Atlanta. The event, Power to the Polls, encouraged […]


Weekly News Briefs: Jan 15

January 16, 2018 Samuel Puckett 0

Local Flu season turns deadly in Georgia The Georgia Department of Public Health has confirmed there have already been five influenza-related deaths this flu season. The most dominant strain this flu season is H3N2, associated […]


Weekly News Briefs: Jan. 8

January 12, 2018 Christina Maxouris 0

Local Atlanta Freeze nearly over Atlanta, and much of the south, endured temperatures far below freezing beginning Thursday. Temperatures reached down to as low as 10 degrees, with wind chill. According to their twitter, the […]


Weekly News Briefs: Nov. 27

November 28, 2017 Christina Maxouris 0

Local Sheriff issues warning statement on DUIs Forsyth County Sheriff Ron Freeman published a statement on Facebook last Friday warning drivers of the punishments to come for driving under the influence. The sheriff’s statement came […]

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