Advocates for Northwest Georgia waterways have secured funding to begin multi-year testing for so-called "forever chemicals."
The Decatur Book Festival and the Candler Park Music Festival have announced that they will cancel their events this year.
A task force looking into unsolved crime in DeKalb County will use federal funds to identify remains in 27 cases.
A bill to restrict gender-affirming care for transgender youth is headed to the Governor’s desk after passing out of the legislature.
A Georgia Department of Banking and Finance official is reassuring state lawmakers that Georgia banks remain healthy.
A bill that provides additional funding for veteran’s mental health services has passed the Georgia House and Senate.
A federal judge convicted an attorney in South Georgia's Sumter County on five charges related to his role in the Jan. 6th attack.
The state Senate has given final passage to bill to create a state commission for Georgia's fast-growing citrus industry.
Former President Donald Trump is asking a Georgia court to essentially shut down any ability to prosecute crimes stemming from a Fulton County special grand jury's investigation into 2020 election interference.
Georgia Ports Authority police officers would have more power granted to them under a bill passed by the state Senate Monday.
Two organizations, one for profit and one non-profit, are working together to address food insecurity in the Atlanta metro area.
Lawyers for former President Donald Trump are attacking a Fulton County special grand jury and the prosecutor who convened it.
A bill to expand Georgia’s school voucher program with $6,000 incentives moved forward in a state House subcommittee today.
State lawmakers are working toward a final version of a bill to regulate electric vehicle charging stations and the fees they'll collect.
The Georgia House and Senate have each passed similar bills to regulate electric vehicles.
Democratic lawmakers in the Georgia House held an informal hearing last week on how to manage the end of a temporary federal policy that kept over 2 million people in Georgia on Medicaid since the start of the pandemic.
State lawmakers discussed the end of a federal policy that has kept more than two million Georgians on Medicaid during Covid.
The state Supreme Court has cleared the way for Gwinnett County to resume prosecutions to stop sales of Delta-8 and Delta-10.
Thousands of Georgians and tourists alike came to downtown Savannah today for the city's raucous Saint Patrick's Day parade.
A Gwinnett County prosecutor is pleased with the ruling but wants more clarity on the cannabis-derived products.
The Georgia House Thursday approved a measure that would ban transgender minors from receiving some gender-affirming care.
Two Georgia teams are playing in the NCAA basketball tournament Friday: the University of Georgia women’s team and Kennesaw State University men’s team.
Savannah's popular St. Patrick's Day parade is Friday morning, when thousands of revelers will line the streets and squares of downtown.
The Georgia House today approved a measure that would ban transgender minors from receiving some gender-affirming care.
Legislation to legalize sports betting in Georgia was left for dead after last week's Crossover Day but was brought back to life today.
Two years ago, a gunman opened fire at several Atlanta area spas, killing eight people, including six Asian women.
Today marks the two-year anniversary of the Atlanta area spa shootings, where eight people, including six Asian women, were murdered by a white gunman.
A bill that would ban the use of third party grants in elections passed a key committee hearing Wednesday.
Family caregivers are at higher risk of emotional stress, depression and other health problems. A group with the Georgia Department of Public Health is focusing on solutions.
Wellstar Health System is hitting back against federal complaints filed by a Civil Rights group and state and local officials.
A bill to limit transgender care for minors is moving forward in the state House, where a committee approved it on a party-line vote.
Georgia taxpayers will get refunds in six-to-eight weeks after Governor Brian Kemp signed into law a billion-dollar tax measure.
The House Public Health Committee advanced a bill that would limit gender-affirming care for minors.
Another tax refund is headed to Georgians later this year.
The District Attorney for Athens-Clarke and Oconee counties is facing a new lawsuit accusing her of being "unable and unwilling to do her job."
The former sheriff in Clayton County has been sentenced to serve a year and a half in prison for violating detainees' civil rights.
A lawsuit accuses the district attorney for Athens-Clarke and Oconee Counties of being quote "unable and unwilling" to do her job.
Atlanta's Grady Memorial Hospital marked the official grand opening of a new 10-story tower that increases patient capacity.
Attorneys for the family of an activist killed while protesting a police training center are releasing the results of an autopsy.
The state Senate has given final passage to a bill that would require every public school to have an annual active shooter drill.
Federal officials are pausing a proposal to rename Georgia's Lake Lanier and Buford Dam, names that come from one-time Confederate soldiers.