Eight Georgians are recovering from salmonella poisoning after eating tainted papayas.
A nationwide recall includes the four brands Yaya, Blondie, Mananita,, and Tastylicious.
There have been 97 of these salmonella cases in 23 states across the US.
Georgia leads the nation in failed banks. One Macon financial institution is earning high marks for how it does business.
State Bank and Trust ranks number one in the industry’s Bank Director Magazine. Financial analysts rank banks on assets, capital, and profitability.
The most recent unemployment numbers from the state labor commission show many Georgians still can’t find work. And about 250,000 residents have been out of work for at least seven months. That’s more than half of the unemployed worker pool.
336 Federal Aviation Administration employees from the Atlanta-area have been forced to stay home following an imposed furlough.
These employees include airport planners, engineers, and specialists from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.
State officials want to make it easier for boaters to stay awhile on Georgia's coast.
The Department of Natural Resources is considering new rules for extended-stay boats.
Right now, if someone wants to moor a boat in Georgia for more than 30 days, he or she has to ask the DNR.
Georgia’s peanut acreage is at its lowest level in 30 years. That, combined with the drought will boost the price of peanut butter.
This year many farmers planted cotton instead of peanuts. Prices for cotton were high and there were plenty of peanuts in storage.