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Atlanta protestors march in response to the decision not to indict a white officer in New York City over the chokehold death of an unarmed black man.

A civil action group is calling for a “mass indefinite occupation” of an Atlanta park in response to the decision in the Eric Garner case.

The...

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An American health-care worker in West Africa who may have been infected with Ebola is being flown to the United States.

A spokeswoman for Atlanta's Emory University Hospital on Wednesday...

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Federal prosecutors say a hospice care provider has agreed to pay more than $500,000 to resolve a false claims settlement.

Authorities said Tuesday that Serenity Hospice Care of Dublin and...

Georgia Grown

Federal agriculture officials say an Atlanta-based program is among the groups being given grant funding to connect school cafeterias with produce grown on local farms.

U.S. Department of...

Powder Springs Police

Police in Powder Springs say officers in the town northwest of Atlanta are now wearing body cameras.

Police said Tuesday that the cameras, which were purchased in November, are now being...

Orion Spacecraft

A Roswell, Georgia elementary school teacher is part of a social media team attending the launch of a spacecraft this week.

Fulton County Schools officials say Kati Searcy will join 149...

VIEVU body cameras

To hear Steve Ward tell it, his company VIEVU - top manufacturer of body cameras for police, was receiving a lot of inquiries from U.S. law enforcement agencies long before the Ferguson police...

Gov. Nathan Deal

Gov. Nathan Deal's inauguration has been set for Monday, Jan. 12 in Atlanta.

Deal will be sworn in for a second term during a 2 p.m. ceremony at the new Liberty Plaza, a large outdoor space...

Here's an Ebola puzzle for you: If the virus isn't airborne, why do doctors and nurses need to wear full protective suits, with face masks, while treating patients?

After we dug through...

The U.S. Supreme Court is tackling a question of increasing importance in the age of social media and the Internet: What constitutes a threat on Facebook?

Anthony Elonis was convicted of...

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