Atlanta is moving forward with a contentious plan to lease 700 beds at its city jail to Fulton County.
Residents of a tent encampment near downtown Macon have been displaced by the city for the second time in three months.
Researchers have found evidence that sturgeon might be reproducing in Northwest Georgia's Coosa River for the first time since the 1970's.
A state judge has refused to immediately stop enforcement of Georgia’s strict abortion law.
The Georgia Department of Public Health has launched an online, centralized scheduling tool for monkeypox vaccine appointments.
A citizen science project focused on Joro spiders could help scientists better understand the invasive yellow and black spider that invokes both fear and awe.
Rudy Giuliani is a target of a criminal investigation into interference in the state's 2020 election.
The Elberton Granite Association has agreed to take ownership of what remains of the Georgia Guidestones.
The City of Smyrna has demolished an iconic building that once housed a popular restaurant with a divisive history.
Coastal Georgia's Chatham County has been selected to join a group of 6 U.S. cities and counties tasked with criminal justice reform.
A federal appeals court ordered statewide elections for two seats on the Georgia public service commission to be put back on the November ballot.
The Elberton Granite Association agreed to take ownership of what remains of the Georgia Guidestones.
Volatility in the price of cotton is causing worry among many Georgia cotton growers.
Georgia's US House delegation is expected to split along party lines as the chamber approves a climate change, tax reform and health care bill.
Georgia cotton farmers are feeling the pinch of a massive drop in prices for the crop over the past few months.
The media company, Gannett, which operates newspapers in Augusta, Athens and Savannah, reported dismal second quarter financial results last week.
Donald Trump has hired a prominent Atlanta criminal defense attorney to represent him in matters related to the special grand jury in Fulton County.
The Biden Administration announced almost $50 million in federal funding to go to two transportation projects in Georgia.
The media company, Gannett, which operates newspapers in Augusta, Athens, and Savannah, reported dismal second quarter financial results.
Mourners gathered at an Atlanta church today for the funeral for Brianna Grier.
Governor Brian Kemp unveils the first major policy announcement of his re-election campaign.
Macon Bibb-County will release the cremated remains of about 166 people in county archives at public memorial.
They come from different backgrounds but share the challenges and joys of a resilient industry.
Monkeypox disproportionally affects communities of color, according to a report from the Georgia Department of Public Health.
An independent commission submitted its recommendations for renaming nine Army posts that commemorate Confederate officers, including two in Georgia.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams is isolating with mild symptoms from Covid-19.
Abrams outlined her economic policy, which includes casinos and sports betting to boost education.
Savannah is considering paying the local US Attorney's office to fund a prosecutor focused solely on gun crimes in the city.
Vaccine providers in Georgia respond to the newly CDC endorsed COVID vaccine, Novavax.
A judge said Tuesday that former Mayor of New York City Rudy Giuliani must appear in Atlanta in person to testify before a special grand jury in Fulton County.
Partners across behavioral health systems in Georgia say they want to build on the recently passed Mental Health and Parity Act.
A state judge is considering whether Georgia's strict anti-abortion law once again should be blocked.
The Georgia Chamber of Commerce held its annual Congressional luncheon today in Macon.
Georgia Ports Authority officials say an offshore bottleneck at the Port of Savannah has peaked.
More than 40 ships were waiting offshore to come into the Port of Savannah on Tuesday.
A Fulton County Superior Court judge heard arguments Monday over the legality of a proposed temporary restraining order on Georgia's abortion ban.
Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens made an appearance at the city's Public Safety Committee meeting Monday to send a message about gun crime.