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The Thursday Show: Update on President Trump’s tax records, Georgia vaccine plans and more

Sam Perez opened the show with news that President Donald Trump’s tax records are in possession of the Manhattan District Attorney. This transfer occurred Monday after the US Supreme Court rejected Trump’s bid to keep his information private. After 18 months of delay, a spokesperson from Trump’s longtime accounting firm Mazars released a statement confirming that Trump has complied with the subpoena.... Go on...

The Monday Show: Senate runoff races in Georgia gain national publicity, a TV icon’s death and more

Wood Smith opened up the show with some breaking news. Pfizer says its experimental COVID-19 vaccine was more than 90% effective based on initial trial results and have so far found no serious safety concerns. The company and its German partner BioNTech SE are expected to seek US authorization this month for emergency use of the vaccine, raising the possibility of a regulatory decision as soon as December.... Go on...

The Monday Show: Polling in Georgia, UGA’s grant from USDA and more

Michael White reported on how more polling locations across Athens-Clarke County have opened during the final week of early voting in Georgia. The five locations are the Athens-Clarke County Library, the Miriam Moore Community Center, the Athens-Clarke Tennis Center and the Athens-Clarke Extension Office. ... Go on...

The Wednesday Show: Kamala Harris’ upcoming trip to Atlanta, Google faces lawsuit over antitrust laws and more

Laura Lenz kicked off the show with the story on Kamala Harris’ upcoming trip to Atlanta. Senator Kamala Harris is traveling to Atlanta on Friday, according to WSB. Senator Harris is expected to make multiple stops throughout the city in efforts to encourage Georgians to vote early. This will be her first visit to Georgia since being named Joe Biden’s running mate. ... Go on...