The Democratic Primary for Michelle Nunn was largely a formality. She defeated three lesser-known opponents. Nonetheless, the moment was a milestone – and not just for Nunn. As she took the stage that night, her supporters pointed to the fact that Georgia currently has no female representation in Washington. Emily Pelton from Atlanta is one of those supporters. Pelton believes that Michelle Nunn is the candidate many Georgians - especially women - have been waiting for. But not just because she’s a woman.
Governor Nathan Deal says he will soon sign stricter immigration rules into law. Some agriculture experts say it may change what crops the state produces.
Supporters of a new law that expands the number of children who must use car booster seats say it will reduce injuries. Under the new rules, nearly all children ages seven and under will now have to sit in booster seats while riding in a car in...
A spokesman for Newt Gingrich says the former House speaker will announce Wednesday he is running for president.
Governor Nathan Deal spent the day signing bills in Augusta. One of them will help treat burn victims
Savannah City Council got a lesson in open government from Georgia's top prosecutor. State Attorney General Sam Olens says, he doesn't want to take elected officials to court, but violations of Georgia's sunshine laws are occurring...
Georgia's attorney general is coming to Savannah to teach the mayor and City Council a lesson about the basics of open government after they recently ran afoul of state sunshine laws.
Gov. Nathan Deal signed a measure into law Wednesday that creates a mental health division within the court system. The goal is to divert more people to treatment and not to jail. Also signed by the Governor, legislation that gives senior citizens...
State NAACP leaders ask Dodge County Commission to remove Confederate flag. They plan to return in June to protest. Not ruling out boycott.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal has signed legislation that paves the way for public-private partnerships to build reservoirs and other water infrastructure projects.
Georgia’s evidence code is getting a rewrite. The governor signed a bill Tuesday that updates how and what evidence can be introduced in court.