There was plenty of news across Georgia on Thursday. If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here's a roundup of the top stories from the past 24 hours.
Delta Air Lines said it has already had to ban some passengers for refusing to wear masks.
Six Flags has apologized after pulling aside a mother and her three children for wearing 'Black Lives Matter' shirts.
Ahmaud Arbery's mother, Wanda Cooper-Jones, said the murder indictment is a good second step.
With many GA fireworks displays canceled due to coronavirus, it may be tempting to light your own pyrotechnic display. Here's what's legal.
Agents seized over 136 kilograms of methamphetamine valued at $1.76 million and approximately $100,000, and served 47 arrest warrants.
Fulton Superintendent Mike Looney said on Twitter Thursday that now is the time to act so students can return to classes in August.
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Also Worth A Look Today:
- Stone Mountain's 4th Of July Fireworks 2020 Canceled
- Georgia Senate Tosses Revised 'Right To Farm' Hot Potato To House
- Forsyth Schools Sets Opening Date, Reveals Learning Options
- Smyrna Police Officer Rescued After Semitruck Lands On Car
- Cobb County Schools Announces Plans For Students Returning
- Public Listening Sessions Set For July In Johns Creek
- Avalon Expands Drive-In Concert Into Summer Series
- Sandy Springs Receives $36K From Coronavirus Enforcement Grant
- Grocery Stores Open On July 4: Walmart, Publix, Kroger
- U.S. Health Officials Estimate 20M Americans Have Had Virus
- U.S. Coronavirus Cases Hit Record Single-Day Total
- Mail-In Ballots Thrust Postal Service Into Presidential Race
- New York Opens Traffic-Clogged Streets To People During Pandemic