Savannah city council members paid one of their own $50,000 for flood damage.
Many of the council member's claims fell outside a legal time limit for getting paid.
Like others in her neighborhood, Mary Osborne's house gets flooded in a bad rain.
After his first 100 days in Congress freshman Representative Austin Scott is back meeting with constituents in the 8th District. Most of the 60 people that showed up for today’s Town Hall meeting in Macon had one thing on their minds. Nearly every question centered on the federal budget.
Thousands of dollars of nuclear equipment at the Savannah River Site near Augusta is nearly ready for shipment to Japan.
Officials with the U.S. Department of Energy say it will help the country deal with radiation leaking from its tsunami-damaged Fukushima Nuclear Plant.
A South Georgia Superior Court Judge is speaking out about charges made by public radio's Ira Glass.
Glynn County Judge Amanda Williams' defense doesn't satisfy some critics, who say her drug court is too punitive.
Governor Nathan Deal says he will sign a controversial immigration measure headed to his desk.
The bill allows police officers to check the immigration status of people stopped for traffic violations. It also forces many companies to check the citizenship of new hires.
Lawmakers finished up this year’s legislative session late Thursday night. But they will be back at the state Capitol this summer for a special session on redistricting. And Gov. Nathan Deal will decide what else is on the agenda.