Georgia quarterback Stetson Bennett, who led the Bulldogs to their second straight national championship, has been arrested in Dallas after police said he was intoxicated and banging on doors. Dallas police said the 25-year-old was arrested Sunday.
Georgia has made its most extensive comments on the car crash that killed football player Devin Willock and a recruiting staff member. Athletic director Josh Brooks says they were not on department business at the time of the incident, which occurred shortly after the Bulldogs celebrated their second straight national title.
Police say Georgia football player Devin Willock wasn't wearing a seat belt and was ejected from the vehicle in a weekend crash that killed him and a recruiting staff member. Athens-Clarke County police list excessive speed on a road with a 40 mph limit as a primary cause of the crash early Sunday.
Friday on Political Rewind: In 1964, two Klansmen killed Lt. Col. Lemuel Penn, a Black veteran, near the Broad River Bridge in Athens. John Pruitt, then a 22-year-old cameraman for WSB-TV, covered the case. He documents that experience in his novel Tell It True.
As the world transitions from an analog economy to a digital economy, the newspaper industry, like many industries, face economic challenges.
The University System of Georgia Board of Regents voted Tuesday to make a series of improvements to the south side of Sanford Stadium.
After a bruising opening to his general election campaign for the U.S. Senate, Georgia Republican Herschel Walker is trying to deflect attention back onto Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock.
Jill Biden and Education Secretary Miguel Cardona stopped by the University of Georgia, where students from nearby Barnett Shoals Elementary School are getting some extra lessons this summer.
As the unhoused become more a part of our daily lives, some communities are taking action. Sometimes it means simply pushing the unhoused out of the way. Increasingly it can mean creating, and sticking to, a plan.
A recent survey from the National Education Association finds more than 50% of teachers are thinking of leaving the profession. One of the causes? Teacher burnout.
The quirky dance-pop outfit The B-52s are hitting the road one last time for a final tour this summer that will roam from coast to coast. Their North American farewell tour will visit 10 cities across the U.S., kicking off Aug. 22 in Seattle and ending Nov. 11 in Atlanta.
President Joe Biden is announcing he has granted the first three pardons of his term, including pardons for two people who were convicted on drug-related charges in Texas and Georgia but went on to become pillars in their communities.
Through the end of 2022, a special state legislative committee is tasked with studying solutions for dealing with homeless encampments after the sponsor of controversial legislation scrapped a measure that initially called for state misdemeanor offenses for camping on public property and denying cities state grants for not enforcing the law.
Hundreds of local officials, including many new faces, received training, networking and advice during a conference in Athens.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: We sat down with three Georgia mayors discuss governance in their towns. Then, we dug into more election news as Trump endorses another Georgia candidate. We also reviewed Day 2 of hearings for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson.