Author name: Tracy Hill

Tracy Hill is the arts, automotive, travel, and fashion writer at Free Press Georgia. She's also a big fan of good food and fun times with friends. She grew up in Atlanta and attended college at Georgia State University. She started her career as an editorial assistant for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution before moving on to become an editor for a local news site. Since then she has worked for other publications as well as freelanced her own articles on topics she is passionate about.

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Tesla cuts US prices for 3 of its electric vehicle models after a difficult week

Tesla knocked $2,000 off the prices of three of its five models in the United States late Friday, another sign of the challenges facing the electric vehicle maker led by billionaire Elon Musk. The company cut the prices of the Model Y, a small SUV which is Tesla’s most popular model and the top-selling electric […]

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New Minecraft ‘Heat Dragon’ Quest Has Gamers Fight Climate Villain

New Minecraft ‘Heat Dragon’ Quest Has Gamers Fight Climate Villain A new video game puts climate solution tools in the hands of up to 80 million Minecraft players By Daniel Cusick & E&E News The heat dragon from Heat Wave Survival for Minecraft Education. CLIMATEWIRE | The normally buttoned-down Atlantic Council is diving into the

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Morning sickness? Prenatal check-ups? What to know about new rights for pregnant workers

Pregnant employees have the right to a wide range of accommodations under new federal regulations for enforcing the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act that supporters say could change workplace culture for millions of people. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the agency in charge of enforcing the law, adopted an expansive view of conditions related to pregnancy

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My Honest Review of Activewear from Girlfriend Collective, Adanola, Alo and more

Beyond Yoga Shorts | Beyond Yoga Tank | Nike Socks | New Balance 9060 | Nike Free Metcon 5 I always want to be up on what’s new. I want to be sure I’m recommending things that are fresh, but also the best. And there’s definitely different brands for different people. The algorithms must be

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Journalists Take Stock of Opioid Settlement Payouts and Concierge Care Trend

KFF Health News senior correspondent Aneri Pattani explained details of the opioid settlements and how much has so far been paid to state and local governments on KMOX’s “Total Information AM” on April 9. Click here to hear Pattani on KMOX Read more from “Payback: Tracking the Opioid Settlement Cash” KFF Health News contributor Andy

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Record Store Day celebrates indie retail music sellers as they ride vinyl's popularity wave

PHOENIX — Special LP releases, live performances and at least one giant block party are scheduled around the U.S. Saturday as hundreds of shops celebrate Record Store Day during a surge of interest in vinyl and the day after the release of Taylor Swift’s latest album. There were no announced Record Store Day specials for

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The drug war devastated Black and other minority communities. Is marijuana legalization helping?

ARLINGTON, Wash. — When Washington state opened some of the nation’s first legal marijuana stores in 2014, Sam Ward Jr. was on electronic home detention in Spokane, where he had been indicted on federal drug charges. He would soon be off to prison to serve the lion’s share of a four-year sentence. A decade later,

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A man escaped Sudan's bloody civil war. His mysterious death in Missisippi has sparked suspicion

JACKSON, Miss. — As a child, Dau Mabil escaped war-torn Sudan and built a new life in Mississippi. This month, fishermen found the body of the 33-year-old Mabil floating in a river, prompting calls for a federal investigation into his disappearance and death. Mabil, who lived in Jackson with his wife, went missing in broad

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Panama Papers trial's public portion comes to an unexpectedly speedy end

PANAMA CITY — The public portion of a trial of more than two-dozen associates accused of helping some of the world’s richest people hide their wealth came to an unexpectedly speedy conclusion Friday when a Panamanian judge said she would take the two weeks of trial arguments and testimony under advisement. The trial came eight

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