Congress did not extend funding for the Federal Aviation Administration Friday. Passengers at Georgia airports won’t see delays or flight cancellations this weekend. But travelers could save some money.
A Georgia man convicted of killing his parents and sister was executed Thursday after the courts allowed what was likely the nation's first video-recorded execution in almost two decades. Andrew DeYoung was put to death by lethal injection at...
The Braves’ baseball franchise won its 10,000th game on July 15th. The Braves are only the third team in history to achieve that mark—with wins threaded through Boston, Milwaukee and Atlanta. The Braves’ fan base is strong as a recent nationwide...
Georgia’s power plants are among the most toxic in the country according to a national environmental non-profit. The recent study singles out Georgia Power as the state’s biggest polluter.
The DA says members of that group, Baker County Citizens Concerned About Education, testified before the grand jury Monday. The group contends on its website that the board spends $14,000 per student on education and is not providing much of a...
More than a third of Georgia’s public schools aren’t meeting federal benchmarks for education. Georgia’s overall Adequate Yearly Progress or AYP is down from last year. State Superintendent John Barge attributes the decline to an ever-increasing...
Housing industry insiders worry that if political theatrics continue much longer, investors could lose faith and push up interest rates, which would severely restrict millions of Americans' ability to qualify for loans.
Elon Musk wants us to live in other planets. First he has to make space flight affordable. So he took the fortune he made in Internet start-ups and started his own rocket company.
As the shuttle program ends, there's a growing interest in shuttle-related historical items and collectibles.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau opens its doors Thursday, but it still doesn't have a director. Although President Obama nominated Richard Cordray for the job, the political fight over the nomination and the agency is far from over.