Federal authorities in Savannah have charged 33 people as part of an undercover operation into gun and drug trafficking.
Georgia officials recently trumpeted that the state has treated 203 cancer patients and paid $6.1 million as part of its annual cancer-prevention program, but critics say more should be done.
Dougherty County School Police are under the watchful eye of some law enforcement veterans this week, as a team of experts is assessing the department as part of a plan to improve the entire school system.
About 50 people from the First Baptist Church of Dawson, Georgia, a congregation of about 175 families in the farm community just north of Albany, were here from June 8-15 for a "SPLASH the Forgotten Coast" mission trip, designed to minister to people in Franklin County alongside churches in the community.
Just four teacher-training programs at Georgia's college and universities earned high marks on a national survey released Tuesday looking at more than 1,000 programs across the country.
A felon was arrested for allegedly killing a middle Georgia man during a home invasion only months after being released from prison.
The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation, a nonprofit formed to help save the state's historic treasures, says Percell and Veronica Kelley recently bought a Victorian railroad cottage known as the Miller House.
Motorists turning left into the Avenues at West Cobb shopping center now must wait for a green arrow before turning on Bob Cox Road.
For the first time in a long time, there are more contestants from Columbus than any other city in the Miss Georgia Pageant.
A Woodstock police officer has been placed on paid administrative leave after a police dog was left in his car and died of a heat stroke.
A young man in Moultrie is turning to you for help after suffering from a rare flesh eating bacteria.
On the morning of Feb. 28, 1990, passersby found Paul McKeen Jr. dying from a head injury beside Georgia Highway 190 in Meriwether County, near Dowdell’s Knob.
For more than 100 years, the John H. Lounsbury College of Education at Georgia College has produced educators who make a difference in their field.
Magic "Deonte" Fuller, 18, and Printess Stanley, 25, are in jail, charged with felony murder.
Is it easy to fake having military merit? We discovered getting your hands on the medals is simple - earning them is not.
The cast of an Atlanta sports radio show has been suspended after mocking a former NFL player who has Lou Gehrig's disease.