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Food distribution sites across Georgia served up Thanksgiving meals to those in need today.
The National Park Service is asking the public to weigh in on a new management for Cumberland Island National Seashore.
Clinical trials throughout Georgia are testing new ways to prevent, detect, diagnose and treat testicular cancer.
Georgia Supreme Court justices have issued two consequential decisions before taking their Thanksgiving break.
State officials have confirmed auto parts supplier Hyundai Mobis plans to build a $1 billion manufacturing facility.
Thanksgiving travel plans are going smoothly for most passengers at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.
Democrats, Republicans, and members of the public paid respects to the late House Speaker David Ralston.
State law enforcement officials have arrested three officers with the Camden County Sheriff's office in connection with the videotaped beating of a detainee at the county jail.
An environmental nonprofit in southeast Georgia plans to study whether development of the future Hyundai electric vehicle plant in Bryan County affects water quality.
The Atlanta City Council unanimously approved a $1 million settlement payment for the family of Rayshard Brooks.
The late state House speaker David Ralston will lie-in-state at the Capitol today and tomorrow.
What could come next for Stacey Abrams?
A Georgia appeals court ruling on Monday means that counties can offer early voting this coming Saturday in the U-S Senate runoff election.
The late House Speaker David Ralston is lying in state at the Capitol today.
Republican groups are asking the Georgia Supreme Court to issue an emergency order to prohibit early voting this Saturday.
Now that Republican Brian Kemp defeated Democrat Stacey Abrams for a second time, what could come next for Abrams?