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Military communities are absorbing the news about another wave of troop reductions. The Army says it will shrink its active duty force by 40,000 - to bring it down to 450,000 nationwide over the...

Six Billion dollars is the amount the film and television industry brings to Georgia.

Gov. Nathan Deal's office released new data Thursday on the state's fiscal year that ended June 30th...

Georgia military bases could lose nearly 5,000 soldiers by the of 2017, as the Army shrinks its active duty force.

Fort Benning will see the most cuts, with over 3,400. 950 will go at Fort...

Summers on the coast aren’t just blazing hot but humid as well, leaving residents trying to find ways to beat the heat. While some head for the beach, others never have to leave their neighborhood...

Believe it or not, there are some people in the South who love watching bats the way others love watching birds. 

If that’s you, and you’ve noticed fewer bats in recent years, know you aren...

A jury has found suspended DeKalb County CEO Burrell Ellis guilty of of attempted theft by extortion and perjury.

Ellis was accused of pressuring county vendors for campaign contributions...

Plans to privatize the U.S. space program have been grounded following this weekend’s explosion of a Space X rocket.

The unmanned Falcon 9 rocket, which was on its way to resupply the...

The Atlanta Cyclorama, the colossal Civil War painting created about 130 years ago, is leaving the building it has occupied since 1921 to move across town.

Cyclorama officials say Tuesday...

The decision was coming, but no one knew when. Would it be today? Monday? Maybe the Supreme Court was having trouble coming to a final ruling, and would issue it in July?

Turns out, Friday...

Following today’s Supreme Court ruling that legalizes gay marriage in all states, Gov. Nathan Deal said Georgia will follow federal law.

“While I believe that this issue should be decided...

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