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This piece was crafted by a student in the Multiplatform Newsroom: Projects course at the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Georgia.

Number of Georgia Offenders Returning to Prison Decreasing

The Georgia Department of Corrections reports that 30 percent of Georgians with criminal backgrounds get reconvicted ...

UGA Students Follow Trends Signaling Decreased College Alcohol Use

For the first time in years, researchers at the University of Georgia observed the ...

UGA Criminal Justice Program Changes Everything You Know About the ‘Typical’ Student

For spring 2019, 15 University of Georgia students spent their semester inside the Athens-Clarke ...

Historic District Grows Morgan County’s Economy

As the second largest historical district in Georgia, Morgan County attracts more visitors every ...

Pregnant Women in Georgia Face the Opioid Crisis

Georgia’s number of confirmed cases of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome, a withdrawal condition babies may ...

Jury Trials Fade as Plea Bargains Remain The Norm Both Locally and Nationally

The public defender’s office for Athens-Clarke and Oconee counties handles thousands of cases in ...

Athens Groups Address the Environment, One School at a Time

This is one of several Solutions Journalism stories published through a Grady capstone course that ...

Pie in Athens: New Takes on an American Classic

Local Athens bakers are putting new spins on one of America’s oldest deserts.  Pouch ...

Affordable Housing Experts Seek Solutions to Nationwide Problem

This is one of several Solutions Journalism stories published through a Grady capstone course that ...

Member-Owned Grocery Puts Emphasis on People, Planet, Profit

Caitlyn Richtman is a senior in the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication.

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