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"Mommy says nobody walks the streets of downtown Atlanta anymore. You're either riding in a car, or walking across a bridge between the buildings and the sky."
Those were some of the excuses that officials with the University System of Georgia offered this week for yet another increase in the cost of attending a public college in this state.
You know that page with a check box you haphazardly agree to on the way to signing up for various online services? The one with the hundreds of words of legal mumbo jumbo? Yeah, we do the same thing -- it's okay .
TED JENKIN: It is apparent that college-education costs and health insurance are the two arenas that have defied gravity over the past six years through this recovery.
In the field of neuromorphic engineering, researchers study computing techniques that could someday mimic human cognition.
Two Douglas County residents were among a group of award-winning volunteers the American Red Cross is honoring later this month.
Jefferson's Mason Hamrick will continue his standout pole vaulting career at the major college level, signing with Georgia Tech last Tuesday.
Ten semifinalists have been named for the Ben Hogan Award, given annually to the top college and amateur player over a 12-month period.
Keenan Kelly never would have guessed that his first FBS scholarship offer would come from a school so far from home.
Federal labor officials say they're launching a partnership with several Georgia organizations to try preventing construction workers from being exposed to a potentially harmful material.
One day after not getting drafted in the WNBA draft, MTSU senior Ebony Rowe decided not to pursue a professional basketball of any kind.
National Defense Chairman Connie Tucker of the Col. William Candler Chapter DAR announced recipients of the first two Distinguished Citizen Awards at the group's April meeting: N.A. Jacobs and Col.
The 2014-15 academic year will mark the third year in row tuition to attend the majority of the University System of Georgia's colleges and universities will rise just 2.5 percent.
Analytics software company Emcien was selected for the second consecutive year to organize Atlanta's Big Data Week initiative, a weeklong series of events founded by Media140 in London and organized locally in more than 30 cities globally on May 5-11, 2014.
NyRhique Smith is a 6'2 guard from Frederick Douglass high school in Upper Marlboro, Maryland.