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Of all the issues Georgia lawmakers are debating as the legislative session barrels toward a close, there aren’t many that nearly everyone agrees on.

But one such matter is erecting a...

Hollywood insiders are saying the accident that has shaken Georgia’s burgeoning film industry should never have happened.

Memorial services will be held Wednesday for 27-year-old Sarah...

Some Georgia applicants for food stamps and welfare benefits would have to pass a drug test under a House bill that cleared a committee Monday on a 7-6 vote.

People applying for this...

The voices of lawmakers, lobbyists, staff and visitors are easy to hear throughout the Georgia State Capitol during the legislative session.

Occasionally, however, student groups bring...

Home prices across 20 of the nation's major metropolitan areas rose 13.4 percent in 2013 from the year before, according to...

In a session that was meant to be easy, breezy and controversy-free, the state Legislature is having its share of hiccups.

First, it was the storm dubbed ‘SnowJam’ at the end of January...

A new House member from Cherokee County is engulfed in quite the firestorm after introducing a bill that would eliminate restrictions keeping sex offenders away from areas such as playgrounds and...

On Friday, we told you that the halls of the state Capitol were getting crowded in a sure sign that the legislative session was moving toward the final, frenzied weeks. Here’s another sign: the...

Back in the day, bullies operated in the schoolyard.

When they got the internet, they were able to operate pretty much anywhere; and in Georgia, schools' hands are often tied when it comes...

The State Board of Education voted Thursday to approve a resolution to allow local school districts across the state to decide if they will make up school days missed due to the recent winter...

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