Local officials say they were led to believe a 100-acre landfill project was a waste-to-energy plant. When prompted, top county leaders issued letters in 2014 and again in 2015 saying a solid waste handling facility would fit with local planning rules — approval county leaders are desperately trying to claw back now.
U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock is urging the U.S. Treasury secretary to use "flexibility" in defining how automakers and consumers qualify for a revised tax credit for Americans buying electric vehicles.
Two companies have been approved to produce and sell medical cannabis in Georgia.
Some Georgians say they’re having a hard time accessing and spending $350 payments the state is making to those who benefit from Medicaid, subsidized child health insurance, food stamps or cash welfare assistance.
Metro Atlanta has met a key federal standard for clean air. But it has a lot to do with the pandemic and unusual weather.
The largest shelter for people facing homelessness in Athens plans to close for three weeks.
The new Emory Nursing Learning Center in downtown Decatur is a $20.6 million, 70,000-square-foot expansion featuring state-of-the-art simulation and professional development space that will enable students to be the next generation of nurse leaders.
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.
Clara Waidley shares her music with thousands of live online viewers, all the while basking beneath the hot Savannah sun.
A new survey of registered voters in Georgia finds more people have a favorable view of U.S. Senator Raphael Warnock than his opponent Herschel Walker.
Emory’s new Nursing Learning Center in Decatur is using simulation to train new nurses to help address a shortage of workers.
The U.S. Department of Justice said Wednesday four former correctional officers at Valdosta State Prison have been sentenced for their roles in the beating of a handcuffed inmate and the subsequent cover-up.
Georgia has dropped the first batch of one-time cash assistance payments into the accounts of low-income residents eligible for them.
Women make up more than half of the electorate in the Peach State. But while Democrats boast a majority-female statewide ticket, Republicans lag far behind.
A Statesboro Superior Court has sentenced a man to 10-years in prison for killing a teenager in what the biracial man said was a racist attack against him.
One of the country's first paratroopers, he jumped into Normandy on D-Day and was still jumping out of planes at age 99.
On this week's episode, we look at the good, the bad and the statistically significant parts of polling.
A new survey of Georgia voters finds Sen. Raphael Warnock is viewed more favorably than Herschel Walker in the tight race.
The Federal Highway Administration has approved Georgia’s plan for rolling out a network of electric vehicle charging stations, the state Department of Transportation announced Tuesday.
A ten-month investigation by the Senate’s bipartisan Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations found the U.S. Department of Justice undercounted nearly 1,000 prison deaths in a single year.
Women make up more than half of the electorate in the Peach State, but while Democrats boast a majority-female statewide ticket, Republicans lag far behind.
Georgia farmers are getting some good weather for the start of this year's peanut harvest.
About 1.5 million Georgians will be eligible for relief under President Biden’s federal student debt cancellation plan.
A World War II veteran well known throughout Northeast Georgia will be laid to rest Wednesday.