There was plenty of news across Georgia on Tuesday. If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here's a roundup of the top stories from the past 24 hours.
The painting, which was created in 2018, was part of a four-day auction that raised more than $2 million to benefit the Carter Center.
The airline, which made $830 million in revenue from fees in 2019, suspended change fees this spring due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Brian Kemp extended the public health state of emergency and existing coronavirus safety measures for Georgia through Oct. 10.
After the pandemic caused some jobs to switch to remote working, a new study looks at places that can best support this trend.
The same thing will happen after Labor Day if we aren't more careful, according to the immunology expert who wrote the report.
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