In one incident, police were called to his school because Loughner drank 12 ounces of vodka and ended up in the hospital.
Governor Nathan Deal will deliver his first State of the State address to the joint General Assembly session this afternoon.
State agencies can expect more cuts while teacher furloughs will be eliminated. Governor Deal wants to freeze 14 thousand positions currently open in state government.
North Georgia lawmaker, Jeff Mullis is a proponent of a rail-line from Chattanooga to Atlanta. He says the state transportation department continues to devise a state rail plan, but funding is the major issue.
A massive federal report on the half-billion-dollar harbor deepening project in Savannah doesn't examine the project's long-term impact on employment. Critics doubt the project will bring more jobs. Proponents say the link between the...
More than 8 months have past since the state put the 17 acres of down town Augusta property up for auction.
The snow has kept much of the Northern half of the state paralyzed. Businesses are now weathering this second blast of winter. For a local Atlanta grocery store that has stayed open, business is better than ever.
In 17 airports across the United States, security screeners work for private contractors, not the TSA -- although they work under the agency's supervision and guidelines. Now, the new chairman of the House Transportation Committee is urging...
After Haiti's devastating earthquake last year, Americans gave nearly $2 billion to hundreds of charities. But one year later, much of that money remains unspent, and criticism is mounting that the international aid response has not moved fast...
After a tragedy, many Americans look to the president for reassurance. "Consoler-in-chief" is an important part of the job, and done well, such efforts can be unifying for the nation. But in today's hyperpartisan political climate,...