Gov. Nathan Deal officially issued the call for the special legislative session on redistricting Wednesday. And when legislators return to the state Capitol Monday, they will also tackle changing the date of a regional transportation tax vote.
NAACP Legal Defense Fund suing Fayette County. They are asking for county to be split into districts. They say county-wide elections are unfair.
Northwest Georgia and Atlanta regional officials are scheduled to propose their wish lists for a possible transportation tax Thursday. And with that, all of Georgia's twelve transportation regions will have wish lists ready to show voters....
Georgia started the fiscal year with some good economic news. Revenues are up 7.3 percent for July from the same month the year before. That's an increase of $84 million. Georgia ended the 2011 fiscal year reporting 8 percent growth, beating...
Chatham County school officials are counting on voters looking past the weak economy and a possible transportation sales tax to approve their own sales tax for schools. Several school districts state-wide have E-SPLOST on the ballot this year. E-...
Gov. Nathan Deal says Georgia will join a host of other states in seeking a waiver to the federal No Child Left Behind law. Deal says Georgia education officials are working on a new accountability system that would look at student growth, Advanced...
The University of Georgia is expecting a record number of freshmen this fall. Nearly 18,000 students applied to be freshmen this year. Since 2003, the number of students applying to be freshmen at UGA has increase more than 50 percent.
Officials say with a roughly 10 percent loss, they may have to rotate SEALs in before their downtime is complete, or pull SEALs from staff and training positions.
After the downgrade of Treasury Bonds by Standard & Poor's, consumers might be less likely to buy a home, car or other big ticket item if they believe the economy is going south.
Wisconsin voters are headed to the polls for an unprecedented round of recall elections in response to Republican Gov. Scott Walker's move to limit collective bargaining rights of public employees. Outside groups have been funneling millions of...