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Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp says the state's election director has resigned at his request.

The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports Kemp...

Valdosta State University

A south Georgia university will begin offering in-state tuition to residents of several Southeastern states.

Valdosta State University officials said in a statement that beginning with the...

Sharon Davis

Eleven former Atlanta Public Schools educators accused of participating in a test cheating conspiracy that drew nationwide attention have been convicted of racketeering charges.



The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is increasing its oversight of the Vogtle nuclear power plant in southeast Georgia after a violation related to the company's failure to use the proper shipping...

Chattahoochee river

The governors of Georgia and Alabama quietly met in March to discuss their long-running water dispute.

The meeting came as the U.S. Supreme Court prepares to hear a challenge from Florida...

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Jurors are set to resume their deliberations in the trial of a dozen former Atlanta Public Schools educators accused of participating in a conspiracy to cheat on standardized tests.


Dr. Mary Schmidt Campbell

Spelman College has named a former New York University dean as its next leader.

The Atlanta school on Saturday named Mary Schmidt Campbell its next president.


Georgia Capitol Building

The future of Georgia’s “religious liberty” bill looks increasingly in doubt, as lawmakers wrap their 2015 session. The House Judiciary Committee expected to take up the bill has decided not to...

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Federal immigration officials confirm media reports of a raid at a Christian school in Long County, Ga., on Wednesday night.

Vincent Picard is a spokesman for U.S. Immigration and Customs...

Autism puzzle ribbon

An autism insurance bill considered dead just a day ago has new life.