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Georgia stands to lose $1.8 million in health-related funding because state officials refuse to participate in a federal survey that asks students from seventh grade through high school questions about their sexual histories.
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The National Transportation Safety Board has made a recommendation that states lower thresholds for inebriated drivers from .08 to .05. This would follow the lead of more than 100 countries that have .05 or lower limits.
Graduates like these at Martin Luther King Jr. High are embarking on new journeys at colleges, universities, vocational schools and the workforce.
Amaya Brown wants to pursue crime scene investigating when she graduates high school.
It's hard to render some folks speechless, but it happened Thursday afternoon. When Chad Alexander, Tift County Tax Commissioner and past Tifton Sertoma Club president, stood before the club and welcomed the day's guest speaker, Tifton Police Department's Lt.
The federal government has signed off on a plan to add toll lanes along Interstates 75 and 575 in Cobb and Cherokee counties.
Action News has learned taxpayers are being forced to pay two salaries to fill one local position.
Before then, expect a high temperature of 83 degrees under partly sunny skies. Tonight, look for mostly cloudy skies and a low of 63 degrees.
Don't worry, the $652 million plan to deepen Savannah's busy shipping channel remains very much on President Barack Obama's radar, the mayor of Atlanta told coastal business and political leaders Thursday.
WHEREAS the forest products industry in Georgia provides more than 115,000 jobs,supports more than $25 billion in annual economic activity, and supports more than 24 million acres of Georgia forestland.
Nearly three years after state Superintendent Tony Evers signed off on implementing the Common Core State Standards, the Assembly and Senate committees on education got around to holding a public hearing to get the facts on the changes in Wisconsin classrooms.
On May 22, Gov. Nathan Deal, joined by members of a multijurisdictional, bipartisan partnership of elected officials and business leaders, applauded the Perimeter Community Improvement Districts for its commitment of $10.5 million in financial assistance to move forward improvements to the I-285/Ga. 400 Interchange, a project of statewide ... (more)
Sheriff's officials say a couple has been arrested after a 4-month-old girl in their care was found unresponsive.
Georgia tea party activists protested the targeting of conservative groups by the Internal Revenue Service with a rally Tuesday on the steps of the Capitol, calling for an investigation and tax reform to limit the scope of the federal agency.
More than 300,000 motorists travel through the interchange between Georgia 400 and I-285 every day, making it one of the most congested interchanges in metro Atlanta.
A group of metro Atlanta business community leaders are pledging $10.5 million to improve one of the state's busiest and most congested freeway interchanges.