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Savannah police have a new tool for investigating gun crimes - a dog that can sniff out guns.

The two-year-old Dutch Shepherd, Ziggy, is specially trained to find materials like gunpowder...

Goodwill of the Coastal Empire will host 10 job fairs this week to connect residents with job opportunities and training services in the region. The first is Tuesday in Jesup, with others to...

On a warm spring day at Ft. Stewart, a handful of soldiers dressed in combat garb are loading fake ammunition into a tank gun. It’s a simulation, but the long, dark cylinders they’re hoisting...

Same-sex couples in Georgia spent May Day applying for marriage licenses. Their goal was to be turned down under the state’s gay marriage ban. The couples posted photos of their denial paperwork...

Georgia’s beefed-up gun rights law will expand not just where it’s legal to carry guns but also who can claim a Stand Your Ground defense.

Under the law Governor Deal signed last week,...

Candidates for school board president debated how to close gaps between schools and make the best use of funding at a forum hosted by the ...

Carriage company owners in Savannah say they’re taking steps to better prepare their drivers for emergencies, after a runaway horse tore through downtown traffic last week while carrying several...

In honor of Earth Day, the Georgia Ports Authority is highlighting a new wetland area constructed for stormwater treatment. The 14 acres of man-made wetlands lie between the storage and dock...

Unspecified future renovations to Savannah’s Wilshire and President Street Water Pollution Control Plants will cost millions of dollars, according to Public Works and Water Resources Director John...

The state’s largest Vidalia onion grower is awaiting word Tuesday on whether he can harvest and ship onions without facing state fines.

Delbert Bland of Bland Farms in Glennville says much...

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