Tue., June 7, 2011 1:28pm
Federal environmental officials say, it might be impossible to know just what led to thousands of fish dying in Southeast Georgia's Ogeechee River. The US Environmental Protection Agency released a memo this week saying, a common bacteria caused the kill. But biologists already knew that and river-watchers really want to know what made the fish suceptible to the bacteria.
Fri., May 27, 2011 4:51pm
State environmental officials don't want people to fish in the Ogeechee River until they can find out what killed thousands of fish. A massive fish kill late last week stunk up the meandering Southeast Georgia waterway. The state Environmental Protection Division blamed a bacteria not known to harm humans.
Mon., May 23, 2011 1:32pm
State and federal environmental officials are looking into a fish kill on a 35 to 40 mile stretch of the Ogeechee River in Screven and Bulloch counties.
Mon., September 20, 2010 3:47pm
A coastal bus service has been growing in riders over the past year. The 10 county service operated by the Coastal Regional Commission has been in place for a year now. It was designed to connect people in rural areas with doctors, stores and other services in towns.
Fri., August 20, 2010 2:22pm
This special feature is Georgia's contribution to NPR's series taking a look at Interstate 95. In it, we look back to more prosperous times along US 301, built to be the shortest route to Florida, before the Interstate came. Can the state continue to support its welcome center?
Wed., August 12, 2009 4:11pm
It was first captured in Broward County, then ear-tagged and put in a fores