GHSA votes to increase number of classifications from 5 to 6. Vote is challenged by member of the reclassification committee. Changes go into effect in fall of 2012.
Georgia agriculture official's say actions could be coming on fraudulent onions. Vidalia's can only be grown in 20 counties. Packing rules tight as well.
Families in many Georgia schools will pay a bit more for school lunches beginning next school year. New federal regulations are forcing school districts across the state to raise school lunch prices by between a nickel and a quarter.
Diets and supplements that claim to cure inflammation from everyday aches and pains, heart disease, arthritis, Alzheimer's and cancer aren't supported by much scientific evidence. The biggest impact of any diet on arthritis pain may have...
The landslide slammed into a makeshift dormitory at a quarry Monday in a rain-soaked area of southern China, burying the dormitory in a pile of sludge the length of a football field, according to news reports.
Drilling is set to begin this fall off Cuba's north coast, where geologists believe there could be nearly 5 billion barrels of oil. A significant find could affect the 50-year-old U.S. trade embargo, but it also may present new environmental...
An exhaustive study of 55,000 school children in a South Korean city found that 1 in 38 had an autism spectrum disorder. That suggests that autism around the world may be far more common than previous research has indicated.
Tattoos and permanent makeup are more popular than ever. Health officials are now looking at whether salons that do them are mixing their inks with harmful substances. The FDA also says it's starting to see an increase in consumer complaints...
For years, the United States has been trying to stop Iran's nuclear program and change what it says is Iran's bad behavior in the Middle East and beyond. While it has had little success with economic sanctions and military threats, it...
The Mississippi River and its tributaries continues to rise. In Memphis, Tenn., hundreds of homes already are underwater and thousands of people have moved to higher ground. Floodwaters there are expected to crest Tuesday just under the record level...