The ex-wife of R&B singer Usher wants to drain Georgia's largest lake. Fashion designer Tameka Foster's son was fatally injured on Lake Lanier a decade ago.
Sally Sierer Bethea's new book, Keeping the Chattahoochee, is part love letter to the river, part call-to-action for those who want to protect it.
The U.S Fish and Wildlife Service wants to add the southern elktoe, a rare freshwater mussel found only in the Apalachicola, Chattahoochee, and Flint River Basins, to the endangered species list.
An overview of the spill and how to check the operational status of your favorite recreation spots for the Fourth of July holiday.
The Chattahoochee River has become a tourist attraction for kayaking and whitewater rafting, but some may not know the history that may lie just feet beneath their paddles.
Project supporters envision a 100-mile trail connecting river communities from near Buford to near Newnan.
Federal officials are pausing a proposal to rename Georgia's Lake Lanier and Buford Dam, both names that come from onetime Confederate soldiers. The pause comes in response to objections by some local residents and officials.
President Joe Biden recently signed legislation aimed at protecting the Chattahoochee River.
American conceptual artist Jonathon Keats is wading, quite literally, into time and space. The Chattahoochee River flows mostly ignored through Atlanta, but Keats hopes to encourage people to engage with nature.
A Northwest Atlanta brick factory that helped rebuild the city after the Civil War using the free labor of mostly Black prison convicts will be reborn as a park and memorial, supporters hope.
The U.S. Supreme Court has dismissed a case in the decades-long fight between Georgia and Florida over water.
A Middle Georgia public utility has spent years fighting a new state permit that would impose more limits on pollution flowing from the sewer system into a popular stretch of the Chattahoochee River known for its fishing and whitewater rafting.
A middle Georgia water system will have to comply with pollution limits aimed at protecting the water quality of a popular stretch of the Chattahoochee River known for whitewater rafting after a state panel rebuffed its objections, although a legal challenge is likely.
Many Atlanta roads are named after ferries and bridges, so at the request of listeners "40Watt" and Bill Witherspoon, we took a peek at the watery...
What makes Vidalia onions so special that they get their own festival — and declaration as Georgia's official state vegetable? We asked Delbert Bland of...