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Georgia’s official reptile could be threatened by the state’s booming solar industry.

Solar farms need vast stretches of undeveloped land and abundant sunshine. That also describes the...

It's called the Palmetto Pipeline, a billion-dollar energy project that would run 360 miles through South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. The energy company Kinder Morgan is pressing ahead with its...

A private group says they've reached an agreement to end the decades–old water war between Georgia, Alabama, and Florida. At issue is who has rights to the water in Lake Lanier.

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Republican presidential hopefuls Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Chris Christie will appear at the state GOP convention in Athens this weekend. But there’s a another event that’s turning into an even...

Verizon announced this week that it will buy AOL for $4.4 billion dollars. The telecommunications giant says the purchase will allow it to dive deeper into the mobile advertising business. The...

Gov. Nathan Deal has released a list of 11 bills that he vetoed.

The list of vetoed bills...

Authorities are practicing how to respond to a hurricane in Coastal Georgia today and tomorrow.

About 100 personnel from state, local, and volunteer agencies will run through the key steps...

Augusta erupted in violence on May 11, 1970. A riot broke out following the death of a young, African-American man and before it was all over, six more people were dead and 60 others were left...

The National Transportation Safety Board continues its investigation into the plane crash on Interstate 285 that killed 4 people onboard Friday morning.

NTSB officials say the aircraft will...

The National Security Agency's practice of collecting data about Americans' telephone calls in bulk goes beyond what Congress intended when it wrote Section 215 of the USA Patriot Act,...

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