Georgia Tea Party groups are gearing up for the 2012 election by identifying state Republicans whom they say aren’t fiscally conservative. The groups are targeting House Speaker David Ralston and other prominent lawmakers.
Members of Savannah's Christ Church Episcopal are preparing for their first Sunday service back in their historic sanctuary in four years.
Congregants are returning to their downtown building after a protracted legal battle.
A Congressional panel heard testimony Thursday in a decades-long effort to return seized land to mainly African-American families on the Georgia coast.
The US military took the land in McIntosh County during World War Two.
Georgia’s new immigration panel met for the second time Thursday to set administrative rules. But the board charged with reviewing complaints about how public agencies enforce the state’s immigration law may have more questions than answers.
A new survey shows a slight majority of Georgians favor a proposed new sales tax to fund transportation projects.
But since the vote isn't until next year, tax backers still have a lot of work to do.
Survey USA conducted the poll for WXIA-TV Atlanta.