Four people are dead, including a police officer and the shooter, after officers responded to a domestic disturbance call Tuesday in Clayton County. Police said they were called to a domestic disturbance where they found the child and one of the women in a yard. While they were trying to render aid, someone started firing from an unknown location.
The individual returned from South Africa on Nov. 22 and had mild symptoms. Cases have been found in more than 20 countries, less than a week after the worrying new variant was first identified.
Atlanta City Council member Andre Dickens is projected to become the 61st mayor of Atlanta, defeating Council President Felicia Moore by a nearly two-to-one margin.
When residents in one of Georgia’s smallest and poorest counties learned about plans for a 500-acre quarry near the Ogeechee River, they rallied together with their neighbors to fight back.
The Democratic rising star came within 55,000 votes of becoming the first Black female governor in U.S. history in 2018.
The small helicopter Jo Anne Shirley of Dalton was flying in had just landed at an awkward angle halfway up Bach Ma Mountain in South Vietnam, where an F-4D Phantom jet crashed during a medical mission decades earlier. They were looking for any trace of the aircraft that went down on Nov. 28, 1972, or her brother who was aboard, U.S. Air Force Maj. Bobby Marvin Jones.
The White House wants more people to get vaccines, booster shots and COVID tests — especially with the new omicron variant here. A new plan will provide some new incentives.
Officials say the new rules are a necessary update to an outdated law, but consumer advocates worry that borrowers risk missing key information or falling prey to scammers.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: The United States Supreme Court takes up one of its most significant cases in decades today: Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. Our panel discussed at the arguments on both sides of the case and take a deep dive into the history of abortion rights before and after Roe v. Wade.
LaRhonda Patrick, a Warner Robins native and attorney who works as the city attorney for Fort Valley, becomes the first woman and first Black person elected as mayor of Warner Robins,
On this week's Battleground: Ballot Box, we interview Sandra Vincent, the mayor-elect of McDonough, and learn what the city's past and present can tell us about Georgia's future.
How did this new strain of the novel coronavirus evolve? Researchers are investigating various possibilities. One leading theory involves ... just one person.
Stocks fell on Tuesday as investors weighed the potential economic fallout from the new coronavirus variant. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said the central bank could end its bond-buying early.
President Biden has restricted travel from eight southern African countries in an effort to slow the spread of the omicron variant.
Police are investigating the shooting of Jacqueline Avant, who was found shot in her Beverly Hills home early Wednesday. "I don't think it's a random attack", said police chief Mark Stainbrook.
The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater shifted to streaming presentations online during pandemic. Now, two dances conceived for the web are included in the company's return to in-person performance.
Think of the best songs of 2021 as a playlist catering to the most basic human urges. Within it, booties were called, muffins were buttered and bloody revenge was contemplated. It was quite a year.
To all those holiday present procrastinators out there (you know who you are): Be sure to ship that holiday gift sooner rather than later to get those presents to their destination before December 25.
Parents of children under 5 have to wait a little bit longer before COVID vaccines are available. In the meantime pediatricians are still working to increase vaccinations in the 5-11 age group.
Scientists may not know for a couple weeks yet how risky the new coronavirus variant will be to public health. But getting out front now about what is known helps dispel misinformation, they say.
A poll by the Harvard Kennedy School's Institute of Politics found that a majority of young people believe that American democracy is either "in trouble" or "failed."