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John Imlay Jr.

Software and technology investor John Imlay Jr. has died.

Imlay was an angel investor in Atlanta’s tech industry and minority owner of the Atlanta Falcons.

The Atlanta Business...

Updated at 12:10 p.m. E.T.

Doctors who treat Medicare patients will face a huge cut, 21 percent, if Congress doesn't act by the end of the month. This isn't a new problem....

Updated at 2:02 p.m.

An Airbus A320 aircraft operated by Germanwings, Lufthansa's low-cost subsidiary, crashed in the French Alps today, likely killing all 150 people on...

speece cone / Emily Jones

The Army Corps of Engineers this month awarded the first dredging contract for the expansion of the Port of Savannah. That means work to deepen the river channel is getting underway after years of...

Georgia Aquarium

Fulton County prosecutors say a former Georgia Aquarium employee has been sentenced to 20 years in an embezzlement scheme with four to serve in prison.

District Attorney's spokeswoman...

Georgia Regents University

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has reported five violations of federal animal welfare law at Georgia Regents University research labs.

The...

It was in Carnegie Hall and Sviatoslav Richter was playing the piano. The floor rumbled and the walls shook. It happened during the tumultuous passage in double octaves that opens the fugato in...

Atlanta downtown connector

The Georgia Senate has made big changes to a transportation bill approved by House lawmakers.

The Senate Transportation Committee on Tuesday approved the Senate's version of the bill, which...

Religious Freedom Bill Protest

Demonstrators gathered at the Georgia Capitol building to rally against a bill critics say could lead to discrimination of gays, lesbians and others.

Protesters on Tuesday rallied at the...

Braves stadium

The Atlanta Braves are expected to announce a new deal Tuesday related to the baseball team’s new stadium and the surrounding mixed-use development in Cobb County. Gov. Nathan Deal and Atlanta...

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