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This session, the Georgia General Assembly will look at two bills dealing with a person’s right to religious practice.

First, let’s take a look at the Religious Freedom Restoration Act,...

The DeKalb County District Attorney says he will pursue a Grand Jury indictment of a police officer who fatally shot an African American man last spring.

Anthony Hill, a 27 year-old...

MARTA CEO Keith Parker has big plans for metro Atlanta's transit system, which he shared Thursday at the third-annual State of MARTA breakfast.

Those plans include expanding service,...

Passage of SB 133 last year got the ball rolling on the Gov. Nathan Deal’s proposal, which would create a statewide school district called the Opportunity School District or OSD.

The OSD...

In an effort to curb gun violence, President Obama announced Tuesday that he will take executive action to restrict firearm sales.

The proposed action may or may not impact Georgia gun...

As rivers across the state recede, the Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA) is working to assess the damage from recent flooding.

GEMA Deputy Director Harlan Proveaux says the agency'...

The event billed as the largest New Year’s Eve celebration in the Southeast returns to Atlanta Thursday night.

The 27th annual Peach Drop is expected to bring 80,000 people to Underground...

UPDATE (1/4/15 1:37 p.m.):In a one sentence statement, Gov. Deal says he's rescinding his executive order, in light of the Attorney General's opinion.

Attorney General Sam...

The flooding felt across the state from recent heavy rains isn't over, but emergency management officials are already focused on the recovery process.

Jim Butterworth directs the Georgia...

The story of how Bernice Smith’s grandson became her son is a story told by documents.

Some of the ones she flips through in the living room of her Decatur, Georgia home are official...

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