May 9, 2018 1:11 PM
|Updated: August 13, 2020 11:50 PM
Former first lady Rosalynn Carter was remembered by friends and family today as a global humanitarian and family matriarch.
A tribute service this afternoon at Emory University's Glen Memorial Church honored Carter who died last week at age-96.
Republican leaders have released a proposed redo of state Senate maps ahead of a special legislative session to begin tomorrow.
The number of students enrolled at Georgia's 26 public colleges and universities has risen by nearly 3% after a two year decline.
A new study predicts a worker shortage in the Savannah region in 2025, when a Hyundai electric vehicle plant is expected to open.
A Gullah-Geechee community on Sapelo Island is one of ten historic sites on this year's "Places in Peril" list from the Georgia Trust.
Government employees are making plans to survive a looming government shutdown.
Authorities have made an arrest in one of Georgia's oldest unsolved murders.
A federal judge has set a trial for January 9, 2024 in a long running lawsuit against electronic voting machines in Georgia.
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