June O'Neal leads the local coalition of homeless service providers. But sometimes the offer of those needed services isn't heeded.
One person is dead and another wounded after an argument led to a shooting near the Georgia State University campus in downtown Atlanta early Friday morning.
The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals heard a case that could decide the future of an effort to stop Atlanta's planned new public safety training center.
U.S. Capitol Police stun-gunned and arrested a man on Tuesday whom they alleged walked with an assault-style weapon near the Capitol building, though it didn’t initially appear the man made any direct threats against members of Congress.
One person is dead and a suspect is in custody after a fatal shooting outside the Georgia State University MARTA station Tuesday afternoon.
The FBI says they have seen an uptick in threats against Jewish, Muslim and Arab American communities related to the ongoing Israel-Hamas conflict.
Trial is underway for a former University of Georgia football player suspected of killing a Racetrac clerk in Oconee County in March 2021.
People experiencing domestic violence are half as likely to seek shelter if they can’t bring pets with them, but most shelters don't allow animals.
Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr Wednesday announced his office’s Gang Prosecution Unit has secured a 52-count indictment charging three alleged gang members with a variety of drug and weapons offenses.
The Bibb County jail holds people charged with everything from murder to tax fraud.
Columbus Council is expected Tuesday to confirm Stoney Mathis as the city’s new permanent police chief, removing from his title the “interim” label he has worn since May.
Georgia state senators announced Thursday that they will conduct an investigation into the Fulton County Jail.
Prosecutors say Varshan Brown caused the death of his cousin, despite police firing the fatal shots.
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.