Organizers say the march on Saturday will protest the shooting death of an unarmed black teenager in Missouri by a white police officer.
 
An Atlanta pastor criticizes some evangelicals for not being as vocal following the police shooting death of an unarmed black teenager in Missouri.
A month-long program will waive fines for missed traffic court dates in the hope it will encourage people to pay their traffic tickets.
Second Amendment advocates from all over the state are gathering in Cobb County this weekend for the annual Georgia Carry convention. Georgia Carry.org is a gun rights advocacy and lobbying group that formed in 2007. The organization helped push...
Georgians across the state are showing solidarity with protestors and police in Ferguson, Missouri. There are several demonstrations happening, including one Saturday afternoon in Atlanta. Darryl Pittman of Smyrna is hosting that rally across the...
DeKalb County Police Chief Cedric Alexander is heading to Ferguson, Missouri this weekend in an effort to help restore the peace. Riots have erupted in Ferguson following last weekend's fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager. Alexander...
The trial of 12 former Atlanta Public Schools employees accused of cheating got under way Monday, and it’s expected to be a long one. As jury selection begins, potential jurors are bracing themselves for a three-month trial.
In an email to the heads of Georgia’s state agencies, Governor Nathan Deal’s Chief of Staff, Chris Riley, announced Friday that he and two other top staffers will take a leave of absence to work on the Governor’s reelection campaign.
Saturday, Democrats from all over Georgia will gather in Dublin for the party’s state convention. The event comes just three months before what could prove to be a landmark election for Democrats.
Officials with Atlanta’s VA hospital say they are cutting wait times for appointments and adding staff, in response to system-wide allegations over the past year that veterans died while waiting for care.
A year ago, the U.S. Supreme Court invalidated a part the Voting Rights Act, freeing Georgia from having to seek federal approval for election changes. A new report on minority voting rights, however, finds African American, Latino and Asian voters...