Cavalcante was charged with felony counts of burglary, criminal trespass, theft and possession of a firearm as well as a number of misdemeanor charges including theft and receiving stolen property.
After four people were shot near a downtown RaceTrac gas station early Sunday morning, a town hall presentation by Georgia State University leadership Monday skipped ahead, unveiling campus improvement plan.
NPR's Scott Simon visited the Inn of Chicago this week, where migrants are now being housed. The building is the same one his father died in 55 years ago.
The FBI says they have seen an uptick in threats against Jewish, Muslim and Arab American communities related to the ongoing Israel-Hamas conflict.
A vehicle emissions inspector from Gwinnett County has pleaded guilty to performing thousands of fraudulent emissions tests.
Parents of a Georgia teenager who officials said was found dead in a wrestling gym mat have long said their son was murdered.
Authorities in Valdosta have arrested an international fugitive charged in the Bahamas for the deaths of 17 people and an unborn child in a human smuggling operation.
It was early 2015. Jay Towns was unemployed. He had recently been fired from his job at a tree-removal service near his hometown 75 miles southeast of Macon.
Police say Travis Ikeguchi fired at officers when they confronted him. Tributes continue to pour in honoring the victim, Lauri Carleton.
The sheriff in Fulton County says former President Donald Trump will be treated like anyone else accused of a crime if a county grand jury indicts him for his role in trying to overturn Georgia's 2020 election results.
Police say they are "casting a wide net" in suspect search for the 2021 murder of a woman in Piedmont Park.
Law enforcement officials have announced the largest indictment of a motorcycle gang in Georgia history.
The city's police department reports only one homicide this year as of May 27.
More police officers are patrolling some of Buckhead’s busiest commercial thoroughfares thanks to a privately funded initiative to provide more security in the affluent north Atlanta neighborhood.
The move came as the White House announced policy actions across 20 agencies meant to improve the criminal justice system, which disproportionately affects Black and other non-white communities.