GA Officials Brace For Armed Protests This Weekend: Patch PM

Kathleen Sturgeon

There was plenty of news across Georgia on Wednesday. If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here's a roundup of the top stories from the past 24 hours.

FBI Warns Of Armed Protests In Atlanta, Other State Capitals

The FBI sent a memo to authorities at all 50 state capitals, warning of possible armed protests leading up to Joe Biden's inauguration.

Federal Court Bans GA Man From Selling Fake Coronavirus Treatment

A federal court entered a permanent injunction barring a Georgia company from selling unapproved coronavirus treatments.

2nd Trump Impeachment: How Georgia's House Representatives Voted

Georgia's Congressional delegation weighs in on the historic vote to remove Trump.

Man Involved With U.S. Capitol Riot Has Died

A 53-year-old man from Alpharetta who attended the riot at the U.S. Capitol last week has died, police said.

Southern Co., Apple To Fund Tech Hub In Atlanta For HBCU Students

The technology hub will be located in Atlanta, and will help students at historically Black colleges and universities across the nation.

Neighbors Come To The Rescue Of 2 Elderly Brothers

A Decatur neighbor organized a GoFundMe for Quentin and Gary Abbott, two elderly Decatur residents, after a tree fell on their home in July.

Coronavirus Death Record Set As Georgia Amps Up Vaccines

Georgia broke its own record on Tuesday for coronavirus deaths, just as the state is increasing who can get a vaccine.

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