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Georgia is now officially calling for a convention of the states to propose an amendment to the U.S. Constitution, under Article V, with the passage of Senate Resolution 736.
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A Georgia teen charged as an accomplice in the fatal shooting of a 13-month old boy wants his trial moved to juvenile court.
Republican lawmakers are abandoning a proposal that would have let people carry firearms on college campuses if they were willing to pay a $100 penalty.
The Georgia Legislature today approved a measure that allows police to ticket those driving too slowly in the left lanes on the state's highways and interstates.
I ran into a set of teachers at the capitol a few weeks ago who were protesting the state insurance plan.
A bill requiring food stamp and welfare recipients to submit to drug testing if suspected of illegal drug use has taken another step forward in the Georgia General Assembly.
A physician with a yearslong relationship with the Georgia Department of Corrections has bought a 700-bed former prison for $50,000 - half its appraised value - and stands to make millions running it as a nursing home for old and sick parolees.
Nearly two years ago Bryan County Deputy Sheriff Sgt. Robert Crapse was killed in an early morning collision with a car driven being driven the wrong way on Interstate 95. The car was driven by Patricia Collins who reportedly had an alcohol blood level of .139, nearly twice the legal limit in Georgia.
COBB WILL SEE an even dozen contested primary races at the statehouse and county levels this spring, but only five elections at those levels are on the fall General Election ballot.
The Georgia Conservancy recognized the work to purchase Thompson's Island on Ebenezer Creek near Springfield and the Cumberland Island's alternative spring break volunteer program at its annual oyster roast March 1. More than 400 guests gathered on Whitemarsh Island to celebrate Georgia's coast and to support the Georgia Conservancy's efforts.
Treatment for autism can be expensive, sometimes costing families anywhere from $40,000 to $60,000 a year, and insurers have been historically reluctant to cover some therapies they argue are educational rather than medical.
Running his first race for Congress, Eugene Yu found a generous supporter in his friend and fellow Augusta businessman Wayne B. Brown.
The Georgia state Senate on Monday honored a former Associated Press reporter who covered politics for decades with a portrait that will be hung outside the Capitol press offices.
Guests and dignitaries put their shovels to use as Ogeechee Technical College hosts a groundbreaking ceremony for its new Natural Recourses building in this November file photo.
ROBIN TRIMARCHIfirstname.lastname@example.orgMorgan Kendrick, president of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia, oversees 4,000 employees statewide.