An invasive fish species that can breathe air and survive on land has been found in Georgia and state wildlife officials are urging people to “kill it immediately” if they see one. Katie Johnston reports.
Schools across Cherokee County, Georgia, are reeling from a massive outbreak of the novel coronavirus COVID-19. According to HuffPost, the district has already asked 826 students and 42 faculty and staff members to quarantine themselves. The district's new school year began just last week. Georgia schools have been under fire for opening classes fully with a mask mandate for faculty and staff, but not the student body.
True facts about the Northern Snakehead fish. The snakehead fish is recently discovered in Georgia on land. Why does Georgia and wildlife officials want you to kill them. Find out with true facts about..
South Carolina (2-3, 1-2 SEC) at No. 3 Georgia (5-0, 2-0), Saturday at 12 p.m. EDT (ESPN). Line: Georgia by 24. Series record: Georgia leads 51-18-2. WHAT’S AT... Seattle Times Also reported by •SeattlePI.com