A panel of state lawmakers says Georgia should repeal entirely its law governing the building of new health care services.
The families of three missing Georgia boaters say they're suspending their search for the men, who left on October 14th.
Leaders at Georgia Institute of Technology are proposing to build a more car-free campus in a 10-year comprehensive plan.
Family, friends and supporters lined the streets of downtown Plains Wednesday for a final goodbye to former First Lady Rosalynn Carter.
At the state Capitol, lawmakers paid tribute to Rosalynn Carter as they began a special session of the General Assembly.
State lawmakers gaveled in the session to revisit the redistricting process after a federal judge ordered new districts.
Family members and friends lined the streets of downtown Plains today for a final goodbye to former first lady Rosalynn Carter.
State lawmakers began a special legislative session to revisit the redistricting process after a federal judge ordered new districts.
The US Supreme Court hear arguments yesterday in an unusual case involving a 2012 murder in Metro Atlanta's Cobb County.
A February hearing has been set for a lawsuit about the rezoning of Hogg Hummock.
Rosalynn Carter's tribute service at Emory University in Atlanta Tuesday was filled with music and tributes from close friends and family who knew the former first lady well.
Political leaders in middle Georgia want everyday people to trek to the Georgia Capitol to make their voices heard during the special session for legislative redistricting beginning today.
Officials in coastal McIntosh County are denying any wrongdoing in their controversial decision to rezone a historic Gullah Geechee settlement.
Former first lady Rosalynn Carter was remembered by friends and family today as a global humanitarian and family matriarch.
A tribute service this afternoon at Emory University's Glen Memorial Church honored Carter who died last week at age-96.
Republican leaders have released a proposed redo of state Senate maps ahead of a special legislative session to begin tomorrow.
Scathing federal sanctions accused Shalena Cook Jones of misleading statements, disrespect of court system
Public repose services were held Monday evening at the Carter Center for former first lady Rosalyn Carter.
Republicans in the Georgia Senate released a proposed rework of their legislative boundaries that adds two majority black districts.
Former first lady Rosalynn Carter will lie in repose at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum tonight from 6pm to 10pm.
Carter's motorcade made one of its first public stops today at Georgia Southwestern State University in Americus, her alma mater.
State utility regulators heard testimony today over whether a Georgia railroad legally can condemn property to build a short rail line.
Insurance coverage of mental health is the law now, and The Carter Center through an awareness campaign is driving people to a website that provides specific instructions to go access mental health services.
Three days of ceremonies honoring the life of former First Lady Rosalynn Carter take place at institutions that played an important role throughout her 96 years of life.
A federal appeals court has ruled that elections for its five-member commission that regulates utilities can remain statewide.
Lawmakers will convene their special session on Wednesday to redraw some of Georgia’s voting districts.
The test flight will be studied to refine industry use of the technology.
In Georgia, more than 130,000 are currently living with Alzheimer's, which is expected to increase 46% over the next decade, according to the state Department of Public Health.
A judge has rejected a request to revoke the bond of one of the 19 defendants in Georgia's election interference racketeering case.
Officials in Southwest Georgia’s Sumter County are considering whether to allow a massive $200 million dollar solar panel project.
Atlanta's City Council this week approved a moratorium on re-development at the former site of Wellstar's Atlanta Medical Center.
A Fulton County judge has rejected a request to revoke the bond of one of 19 people indicted for their role in attempting to overturn the 2020 election.
Georgia environmental groups say state regulators have flouted a federal rule by issuing a permit this month to close one of the state’s largest coal ash ponds.
Georgia is getting a funding boost for Alzheimer's research. Some of the funds are going to Emory University, one of the few Alzheimer's disease research centers in the country.