Delta Airlines is facing a $2 million fine by U.S. Department of Transportation.
The sanction is a result of poor treatment of disabled travelers and lax response to written complaints about the incidents.
They occurred in 2007 and 2008.
President Obama's budget doesn't include any funds for construction on the Savannah harbor deepening project.
But the port wasn't completely left out.
The White House budget unveiled Monday included $600,000 to continue the project's planning and engineering phase.
State lawmakers from Augusta and Savannah want to renew a tax-exemption for airplane parts.
Representative Ron Stephens, R-Savannah, introduced House Bill 234 this week, saying the measure would save aviation jobs in Georgia.
Deepening the Savannah harbor to accommodate larger ships is now the number one priority for officials in the coastal city.
Still, there is cause for concern coming from one city official... the one in charge of drinking water.
While millions of football fans watched the Packers face off against the Steelers in the Super Bowl, a group of University of Georgia researchers were more interested in the commercials.
The social networking site Twitter helped them find out exactly how the ads made people feel.
Two metro Atlanta communities are using federal grant money to study the possibility of building high-speed rail lines. They're projects that could tie-in to the bigger transit projects already being studied in Georgia.