Georgia’s state department that oversees mental health services is partnering with a Macon-based provider to open a healthcare center specifically for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
A second nest belonging to an invasive species of hornet has been found and destroyed on Wilmington Island outside Savannah.
State Representative Patty Bentley joyously changed her last name to Stinson in a wedding ceremony on the grounds of the Georgia Capitol.
State agriculture officials say a second nest belonging to an invasive hornet species has been found and destroyed near Savannah.
Attorneys for three Republicans who falsely claimed to be Georgia's official presidential electors appeared in federal court today.
Some business owners in Rome are expressing concern about a proposed ordinance aimed at curbing downtown noise.
A federal court in Atlanta is scheduled hear arguments Wednesday from three Georgia Republicans who falsely claimed to be the state's presidential electors. They want to move their criminal charges from state court to federal court.
Authorities in Metro Atlanta's Henry County are charging three officials at an animal rescue center with animal cruelty.
Atlanta-area Congressman Hank Johnson is leading a Democratic charge in the U.S. House to limit the terms of U.S. Supreme Court Justices.
A federal court will hear arguments from three Georgia Republicans who falsely claimed to be the state's presidential electors.
Authorities in Metro Atlanta's Henry County are charging three officials at an animal rescue center, Noah's Ark, with animal cruelty.
A consulting firm is recommending that a historic public housing project in Savannah, Yamacraw, be rebuilt rather than repaired.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency opened a Disaster Recovery Center in Valdosta to help following Hurricane Idalia.
Cobb County student organizers want more of their peers to speak out against the school board's recent bans on certain books.
Cobb County officials used DNA to identify a suspect in a 51-year-old murder case, that of nine-year-old Debbie Lynn Randall.
The state’s injury prevention program is working with community and academic partners to reduce deaths by injury.
An Atlanta-based group that helps young people deal with grief has become the first Georgia organization to be recognized with a U.S. Surgeon General's Medallion.
Visitors to Savannah may notice a new kind of street sign throughout the city's downtown.
The US Soccer Federation announced this morning that its national headquarters will move from Chicago to Atlanta.
Georgia has become one of only a handful of states in the nation to have a federally-designated rural emergency hospital.
An Atlanta-based group that helps young people deal with grief is being recognized with a US Surgeon General's Medallion.
There will be at least two trials in the 19 person election interference racketeering case in Georgia that includes former President Donald Trump.
Nearly 30 animal shelters across Georgia are participating in a national adoption weekend running through Sunday.
Metro Atlanta's Gwinnett County has unveiled a $17 billion plan to transform its public transit system.
Delta Air Lines is changing how customers earn rewards in what some call the company's biggest-ever change for frequent fliers.
There will be at least two trials in the 19-person election interference case in Georgia that includes former President Donald Trump.
For a sixth year, the Atlanta Braves are the National League East Champions. They clinched the title in a 4-1 win over the Phillies.
Officials in coastal Georgia's McIntosh County voted Tuesday night to rezone a historic Gullah Geechee settlement on Sapelo Island.
A new survey suggests many Georgians are unprepared when it comes to providing and paying for long term care.
Gov. Brian Kemp is temporarily suspending Georgia's gas tax.
Governor Brian Kemp is temporarily suspending Georgia's gas tax because of high inflation, saving drivers about 31 cents a gallon.
A year after a new mental health law, no Georgia insurers have proven to the state that they're meeting one of its key mandates.
A new survey suggests many Georgians are unprepared when it comes to providing and paying for long term care as they age.
Last month, the Food and Drug Administration approved the first vaccine for pregnant people that protects newborns against infections from respiratory syncytial virus.
25 more Georgia counties are now eligible for federal funding to help pay for clean-up from Hurricane Idalia.
Georgia organizers against a police training center submitted thousands of petitions to City Hall yesterday.
Opponents of a planned public safety training center in Atlanta submitted thousands of petitions for a referendum to City Hall today.
A state judge in Brunswick is ordering a minister to shut down a tent shelter for the homeless. The city calls it a "public nuisance."
Ceremonies across Georgia remembered the attacks of September 11th. A retired NYPD police officer spoke in Johns Creek.
A proposal to rezone a historic Gullah Geechee settlement on coastal Georgia's Sapelo Island was met with fierce opposition last night.
The final report of a special investigative grand jury that spent nearly eight months examining efforts to overturn Georgia's 2020 presidential election was released today.
President Joe Biden has approved a disaster declaration for three Georgia counties hard-hit by Hurricane Idalia, freeing up federal aid for recovery efforts.
A new study from the American Association of University Professors shows more than a quarter of Public University professors in some states, including Georgia are considering leaving their jobs.
Macon boasts its history to anyone that will listen. Now, people can experience that history in Spanish with the city's launch of its first translated tour.