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2 hrs ago | The Macon Telegraph
A large majority of Georgians support school choice, and nearly all of those support choice for all Georgia students regardless of family income, according to a survey released in Macon Thursday afternoon.
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5 hrs ago | The Tallahassee O
The Department of Justice announced yesterday that a federal grand jury in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia returned indictments charging four law enforcement officers with civil rights violations and obstruction of justice in connection with an incident that occurred at Bainbridge BikeFest in 2012.
9 hrs ago | Chain Store Age
Ben Carter Enterprises will break ground in December on the Outlet Mall of Georgia at Augusta, an 800,000-sq.-ft.
Michelle Nunn's challenge Wednesday for Senate candidates to join her in refusing campaign ads from independent groups was rejected by the Republican candidates Jack Kingston and David Perdue as political posturing.
Tommy Lee Waldrip, 68, was scheduled to be executed Thursday night for the April 1991 slaying of a store clerk who was set to testify in court against Waldrip's son.
A Georgia man pleaded guilty Wednesday to his role in a massive dog fighting operation and his mother pleaded not guilty to threatening a co-defendant who provided information in the case.
With less than two weeks to go before the Republican runoff for Congress in Georgia's 1st District, the debate is whether to repair Obamacare or repeal and replace the measure.
According to a new report from the Center for Immigration Studies , the three primary Central American countries that immigrants move to the U.S. from are Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.
The Columbus area avoided traffic deaths during the July Fourth weekend, but fatalities more than doubled throughout Georgia and Alabama compared with highway deaths in 2013, authorities said.
The Georgia Department of Transportation has awarded contracts to get $85 million worth of road improvements under way across the state.
Georgia's governor is pushing clinical trials for a marijuana-derived drug that proponents say could help treat severe seizure disorders among children, an unlikely election-year move for a Republican in a conservative part of the country that is just beginning to warm up to medical marijuana in narrow circumstances.
Katrina Denise Ledford was to have gone on trial Monday for the death of Michael Anthony Riley had she opted for a jury trial.
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Eduard Shevardnadze was sitting in the front of the small Yak-40 jet that was screaming toward liftoff from Sukhumi.
Martha Fannin of Columbus and Shirley Jefferson of Augusta listen to instructions from Michael Diangelo, executive chef at Forest Heights Country Club, on how to prepare healthier school meals.
Bonnie Smith, deputy registrar for Macon-Bibb County’s Board of Elections, said the polls have been slower than usual.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 01:24 pm
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