Opponents of a plan to truck liquefied natural gas through Savannah say,an energy company is misleading federal regulators.
The charge is the latest in a year-long effort to stop LNG trucks from passing through the city.
Gun owners would not submit fingerprints or go through background checks under a proposed bill. But critics say the measure would jeopardize public safety.
Georgians wanting to carry a concealed weapon have to pay a permit fee, undergo a background check and submit to fingerprinting.
A federal appeals court in Atlanta has denied requests by Georgia and Alabama to delay action on legal challenges to their tough new laws targeting illegal immigration pending the outcome of a U.S. Supreme Court decision on a similar challenge to Arizona's immigration law.
Logging trucks on Georgia’s state and local roads could soon be two tons heavier.
Lawmakers will consider a bill when the General Assembly convenes in January to increase the weight limit for trucks hauling forest products or poultry.
A coastal judge accused of ethical violations has agreed to resign.
Glynn County Superior Court Judge Amanda Williams stood accused of jailing inmates indefinitely, giving preferential treatment and abusing power.
A new bipartisan deal in Congress allocates nearly a half billion dollars to East Coast port projects.
Georgia and South Carolina lawmakers applauded the agreement -- part of a larger year-end federal spending bill.