A Georgia non-profit wants to see if cancer patients can help drive the use of electronic medical records.
A $1.7 million federal grant is helping the Georgia Cancer Coalition fund pilot programs at Rome's Floyd and Redmond Medical Centers and Harbin Clinic.
Despite the Okefenokee Swamp being closed to the public, the towns near the refuge are enjoying an economic boost from fire crews.
Nearly 900 personnel have come to assist in fighting fires, and that has bolstered local businesses.
State utility regulators heard arguments Wednesday over a plan intended to protect consumers from potential cost over-runs of the nuclear expansion of Plant Vogtle.
More than a dozen people went before the Public Service Commission to voice their concerns over the project itself.