The University of Georgia has identified a person of interest being questioned in connection with the death of a woman on campus.
Movie heavyweight Tyler Perry is pausing plans for an $800 million expansion at his Atlanta studio because of artificial intelligence.
The state House is backing a measure to criminalize the use of "deepfakes" generated by artificial intelligence in campaign ads.
The downtown marker at 132 Montgomery St. will be unveiled Saturday.
State lawmakers are considering a three-year pause on permits for mines near Georgia's Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge.
State lawmakers seem ready to ease limits on the construction of new health care facilities -- limits known as Certificate of Need.
State Attorney General Chris Carr vowed to defend the state's anti-abortion law at the annual March for Life at the Georgia Capitol.
Researchers with Augusta University are estimating how many adults nationwide are living with an intellectual disability.
Bipartisan legislation introduced this week proposes changes to some, but not all, current policy that limits the construction or expansion of health care facilities in Georgia, also known as Certificate of Need.
The state House has passed a bill to prevent officers from having to arrest people who refuse to sign traffic tickets.
Researchers from Augusta University are using Census data to find out how many adults in the U.S. are currently living with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The search continues for a 10th day for an Albany city worker who went missing while collecting water samples from the Flint River.
A new report shows a consolidated Columbia County government would be fiscally feasible for the suburban area west of Augusta.
The state House overwhelmingly has passed a bill to prevent officers from having to arrest people who refuse to sign traffic tickets.
The change in counsel leads to more uncertainty in the prosecution's timeline.
Federal prosecutors are weathering another delay in their case against a former Savannah car salesman charged in connection with the January 6th insurrection.
Attorneys suing a Georgia county over zoning changes that they say threaten the Gullah-Geechee community on Sapelo Island asked a judge Tuesday to let them correct technical problems with their civil complaint to avoid having it dismissed.
Atlanta City Council members have approved a measure to ban right turns on red in parts of the city in a 10 to 3 vote.
Law enforcement agencies have disrupted a ransomware group that targeted thousands of victims. Could this help Fulton County?
Prosecutors are weathering another delay in their case against a Savannah man charged in connection with the January 6th attack.
Atlanta has approved a measure to ban right turns on red in parts of the city. Some council members wanted it to go across the city.
In-person early voting for the March 12th presidential primary in Georgia is underway.
Gov. Brian Kemp is steering $26 million in federal COVID-19 relief funds to non-profit groups providing services to Georgia crime victims.
Military and local law enforcement officials say America’s national security is at risk without more investment in early childhood mental health programs.
Today is the first day of in-person early voting for the March presidential primary in Georgia. Voters share what drives their choices.
Governor Brian Kemp is steering $26 million in federal Covid-19 relief funds to non-profit groups providing services to crime victims.
The state House once again is considering a bill aimed at fine tuning the balance between river access and private property rights.
Members of the Council for a Strong America are calling on the Georgia legislature to ensure that the state budget prioritizes and promotes early childhood priorities, including mental health.
House Democrats proposed a constitutional amendment that could increase the number of statewide referendums on ballots.
Officials at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport want to prevent the non-flying general public from accessing the terminal.
A bill in the Georgia House is the second attempt at legislation meant to fine tune the balance between river access and private property rights in the state.
Former Governor Roy Barnes testified today on the second day of an extraordinary hearing in Georgia's election interference case.
It's been a year since former president Jimmy Carter entered hospice care at his home in Plains. He continues to defy expectation.
Members of the Georgia House are backing a measure that would double the amount of paid parental leave for state employees.
“We don't want to make the mistake of saying, oh, homelessness is causing the deaths when it's this underlying opioid use disorder," said researcher from the University of Georgia David Bradford.