As violent crime and killings are on the rise across the United States, Savannah has become a symbol of success in one vital metric: The city’s ability to solve homicides far exceeds the national average, according to police statistics.
There’s a bumper crop of saw palmetto berries this year in southeastern Georgia — and a bumper crop of berry poachers.
Local and state chapters of the NAACP calling for the Department of Justice to investigate the Atlanta Police Department following the decision not to charge officers in the Rayshard Brooks case.
They've been banned in many districts in bustling Lagos. Commuters who rely on the taxis are in a pickle. And the drivers can't earn a living. What's behind this prohibition?
To keep our cool in this record hot summer, most of us are probably choosing to spend more time in air conditioned spaces. But many people in prison, especially across the South, don’t have that option. Meanwhile, the federal Department of Justice is still investigating Georgia prisons, trying to get to the root of persistent violence there. They might take a look at the heat.
Companies in New York City face another setback as they push workers to come back to work: Employees are saying they don't feel safe in the city anymore.
Fourteen Georgians, including eight prison inmates, face federal charges of participating in a drug trafficking ring operating in southeastern Georgia.
A bill before Canada's Parliament aims to stop the spread of handguns — but one of the most difficult challenges for Canada is the guns being smuggled over the border from the U.S.
A rural Georgia monument that some people have dubbed "America's Stonehenge" has been demolished after a bomb destroyed one of its four granite panels. The bombing comes weeks after a Republican candidate for governor claimed the Georgia Guidestones were satanic and called for their demolition.
A rural Georgia monument has been bombed, damaging one of four granite panels that some people have dubbed "America's Stonehenge." The bombing comes weeks after a Republican candidate for governor claimed the Georgia Guidestones are satanic and called for their demolition.
After R. Kelly was sentenced to 30 years in prison, the attorney for the parents of Joycelyen Savage said in a statement "they hope that now Joycelyn will return home."
Fallen R&B superstar R. Kelly was sentenced to 30 years in prison Wednesday for using his fame to subject young fans — some just children — to systematic sexual abuse.
Atlanta leaders are kicking off an initiative to prevent gun violence and promote peace as the city heads towards summer. The Anti-Gun Violence Conference and Rally in May will give Atlanta Public School students tools to address conflict.
India's Hindu nationalists say they've drastically cut crime in Uttar Pradesh, where key elections are underway. Human rights advocates say there's been a spike in police brutality against minorities.
"There doesn't seem to be any rhyme or reason," police spokesman says of the attacks, which left two people critically injured.