Georgia Power and its partners are trying to build two nuclear reactors at Plant Vogtle near Augusta.
Early site preparation started in 2009.
But the company can't get the federal license to build the units because manufacturer Westinghouse keeps re-designing them.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation wants Charleston, South Carolina officials to study the potential downsides of tourism from cruise ships.
A first-ever warning from the group comes as Savannah plans to lure cruise ships, as well.
Business relationships are growing between the United States and India.
In 2007, Asian Indians owned over 12,000 firms in Georgia, up from just 7,000 firms in 2002. The survey is done every five years.
One of Georgia Power's electrical plants has won an environmental award.
Plant Bowen in Northwest Georgia's Bartow County won the award from General Electric.
The national company cited the plant for reducing how much water it takes from the Etowah River.
Regulators shut down another small bank in Georgia Friday, lifting to 13 the number of Georgia bank failures this year in the wake of economic distress and mounting soured loans.
Across the country, 47 banks have closed this year.