It is never too early to begin keeping tabs on the next batch of dominant players in the state of Georgia. In some cases, the top juniors at various positions are the top players in the state, regardless of class.
The state's first commercial olive crop has been harvested and pressed into oil. Georgia growers are now planting thousands of new olive trees. Olive oil was shipped off the coast of Georgia in the 1800's.
A Southeast Georgia solar energy company is turning over a part of its revenues to a trust fund benefitting Bulloch County. Officials from Tabby Power Solar Company say, the fund is starting small -- with a few thousand dollars invested and a few...
UGA researchers have developed an "app" that locates places to recycle. App is second for UGA CAES developers. They hope it will encourage recycling.
Some Georgia cafeterias are getting ahead of expected federal guidelines that virtually would banish the potato from school lunches. The US Agriculture Department is formulating a proposal that would drastically reduce the humble spud from school...
A middle school science teacher in Carrollton is helping define what science concepts students around the country need to know. And a middle school science teacher in Carrollton is helping write those standards.
Gary Knell will take over as CEO and president after a rocky year in which the network lost several top executives and faced renewed funding challenges. He currently leads the company behind Sesame Street and other beloved children's shows.
Some of the most creative thinkers of the 20th century lived, worked and played at the Chelsea. Now, the building has been sold and just a handful of long-time residents remain. Still, it is a building with a "life force" says 20-year...
If the debt reduction supercommittee deadlocks, or if Congress rejects its work, by law automatic across-the-board budget cuts half of them from defense spending will be triggered. Already, talk is growing of undoing that trigger.
Drug shortages may be the new normal in U.S. medical care, experts say. Most drug occur because something goes wrong in the manufacturing process that halts production.