WABE's Week In Review: Kemp in the spotlight and ready to spend... and oh yeah, UGA won another football championship
Kemp Administration Part Deux…
"If tomorrow morning, God sends us another struggle, I will roll up my sleeves and go to work.” @GovKemp, after a first term marked by the pandemic and a contentious 2020 election.— Sam Gringlas (@gringsam) January 12, 2023
Read on, and stay for all the photos by @justmattphotoj @wabenews https://t.co/3DBiLuffV4
LISTEN to this week's WABE Gold Dome Scramble episode https://t.co/FJ7AWKXNin— Rahul Bali (@rahulbali) January 13, 2023
Susanna Capelouto, Sam Gringlas and I talk about the beginning of Governor Brian Kemp's second term.
And we talk about the basics of the state budget with our guest James Salzer of the AJC. #gapol pic.twitter.com/u1PGv7XTQK
For all things happening in the Georgia legislative session, check out our Under the Gold Dome section online!
Severe storms wreck parts of the state…
A massive storm system whipping up severe winds and spawning tornadoes cut a path across the U.S. South, killing at least seven people in Georgia and Alabama, where a twister damaged buildings and tossed cars in the streets of historic downtown Selma.https://t.co/C30Qts0zIm— WABE News (@wabenews) January 13, 2023
The sun will shine again…
On the Qcells expansion and where we get our solar panels:https://t.co/6ekkw8yCTT— Emily Jones (@ejreports) January 13, 2023
That beatdown was UGA-ly…
With a decisive 65-to-7 victory over Texas Christian University last night in the College Football Playoff National Championship, the University of Georgia established itself as the touchstone of college football.https://t.co/PqRTdLWczK— WABE News (@wabenews) January 11, 2023
Also in this episode…
—Chamian Cruz looks at how the Rico trial against rapper Young Thug is delaying another high-profile trial.
–The Political Breakfast team debates the possible public release of the special grand jury report into potential election meddling in Georgia by former President Donald Trump and his allies.
–And former Georgia Tech and Georgia Southern head football coach Paul Johnson reacts to his induction in the College Football Hall of Fame.