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47 min ago | The Tallahassee O
Mitchell County District Attorney Joe Mulholland told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Thursday the guards are accused of beating inmates at the Autry State Prison in Pelham Feb. 8 and one guard is accused of destroying video footage of the incident.
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47 min ago | WCTV Tallahassee
The Governor's Office of Highway Safety and safe and sober driving coalition TEAM Georgia have paired up once again to make sure Georgia motorists know that if they drive impaired this St. Patrick's Day, they'll need a lot more than the luck of the Irish to get out of trouble.
4 hrs ago | Examiner.com
This Ten Commandments display is located on the first floor of the Capitol with a number of other documents.Credit Michelle Wirth/WABE News This Ten Commandments display is located on the first floor of the Capitol with a number of other documents.Credit Michelle Wirth/WABE News This Ten Commandments display is located on the first floor of the ... (more)
6 hrs ago | SavannahNow
Tragically, a child is killed by abuse or neglect almost five times every single day across America.
8 hrs ago | Daily Kos
Election Day is a long way off, but these polls show that because of your help, Jason's message is getting through -- and Georgians are responding.
The state of Georgia is preparing to honor victims of crime with a ceremony and several other events for National Crime Victim's Rights Week.
Georgia brick-and-mortar pharmacists have the upper hand for now over out-of-state mail-order prescription drug companies in a tug of war that has erupted in the General Assembly.
That has become the all-too-familiar refrain for what was once black America's most admired family, hasn't it? Now, the Kings are demanding a say in a nascent movement by the state of Georgia to place a statue of Martin Luther King Jr. on its Capitol grounds.
Tax credits for low- and no-emission vehicles would be eliminated or scaled back under a plan from Georgia lawmakers who say the incentives are too generous, but manufacturers are concerned the plan would put a dent in their sales.
The fast-moving push to have medical marijuana legalized in Georgia for certain patients passed another major hurdle Wednesday afternoon, but with major changes that could put it in danger.
Today, U.S. Rep. Tom Graves voted for, and the House passed, the ENFORCE the Law Act, a bill to allow the House or Senate to sue the president of the United States if the president or Executive Branch employees fail to administer or enforce the law as required by Article II, Section 3, of the U.S. Constitution.
March 12-- The American Civil Liberties Union opposes efforts by Vidalia State Representative Greg Morris to require food stamp recipients pass a drug test.
In Colorado, state treasurer Walker Stapleton starred in a slick video to raise awareness about the millions of dollars his office holds that belongs to current and former Coloradoans.
Last Wednesday, the House Education Committee held a hearing over Senate Bill 167, a bill designed to stop and reverse the implementation of national standards for education.
From 11 Alive's Facebook page: A crash involving four tractor-trailer trucks has closed all lanes of Interstate 85 in DeKalb County, says the Georgia Department of Transportation said.
First, in a 169-5 vote, the House passed a bill to give landowners a place to complain if they think their property isn’t as dirty as the state says.