The Republican-appointed body can begin investigating local prosecutors in October.
A Glynn County Superior Court judge has wiped clean the criminal record of a county police officer who used drugs and had sexual relationships with confidential informants as he was operating as a member of a now disbanded elite anti-drug unit.
Black students accuse the Effingham County School District of ignoring acts of racial animosity by white students and staff.
A ProPublica investigation found the justice accepted luxury trips from a major GOP donor. The story is renewing the Democrat push for a code of ethics for justices of the Supreme Court.
Grades were allegedly changed from A's to C's in retaliation.
Monday on Political Rewind: As we remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy today, our special panel will ask if we're living his dream in the modern day. Plus we discuss President Biden's visit to Ebenezer Baptist Church.
Federal prosecutors in Southeast Georgia announced Wednesday a massive drug trafficking indictment, charging 76 people — including a state prison guard — with operating a drug distribution network of opioids and other controlled substances in and around Brunswick's Glynn County.
Students were allegedly told that BLM was disruptive, while the Confederate flag was a point of pride.
The January hearing for Dominic Box, a Savannah man charged in the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, is two months earlier than originally scheduled.
An agreement reached by email constitutes a valid contract the state must uphold, even if that means delaying the execution of a person on death row, the Georgia Supreme Court ruled unanimously Tuesday.
Former Pickens County School Superintendent Carlton Wilson has pleaded guilty to multiple counts of racketeering and theft, Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr said Monday.
Chase Highsmith alleges that CSX allowed trains to leave its Waycross hub with inoperable brakes, and that he was fired in part for reporting this to federal regulators.
The Savannah Beach Wade-Ins of the early '60s are now memorialized near the Tybee Island pier.
The Savannah area could serve as a model for reform across Georgia, a state which relies heavily on fines and fees for local revenues.
Travis McMichael, Greg McMichael and William “Roddie” Bryan are already serving life sentences for their state murder convictions as they await federal sentencing.