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Gov. Brian Kemp surveyed damage in Troup County late yesterday after the area was hit by severe storms Sunday morning.
The state Prosecuting Attorneys' Council has issued a long-awaited report on sexual abuse in the Roman Catholic Church in Georgia.
A bill born from the frustration of Georgia legislators with the state’s growing issue of homelessness is headed to the governor’s desk after approval in the house.
Residents near a dam in Spalding County were evacuated because emergency managers believe it's in danger of imminent failure.
The state Prosecuting Attorneys' Council has issued a long-awaited report on sexual abuse in the Catholic Church in Georgia.
Health officials and drug enforcement agencies are warning about the dangers of an increasingly prevalent drug called xylazine
The Georgia Senate approved its version of a $32.4 billion state spending plan that cuts funding for higher education and Georgia Public Broadcasting.
A federal lawsuit filed this week by the city of Atlanta and six metro area counties aims to recover damages from opioid manufacturers.
Federal transportation officials have awarded the public transit system in Savannah's Chatham County a $1.2 million grant to develop a prototype ride-share service.
Officials with Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport expect 4.4 million passengers to travel through the airport over the two-week spring holiday period beginning on Sunday.
Georgia Republicans shelved a plan to expand the state voucher program for private school tuition and home-schooling yesterday.
Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens announced members for his new community task force providing input on the police training center.
Piedmont Health announced plans yesterday to build a $30 million freestanding children's hospital to serve the Columbus area.
Lawmakers held a final hearing on Wednesday for a House bill proposing sweeping mental health legislation.
Advocates for Northwest Georgia waterways have secured funding to begin multi-year testing to determine the extent of contamination by so-called "forever chemicals."
A task force looking into unsolved cases in Dekalb County will use federal funding to identify remains in 27 cases.