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3 hrs ago | WTVC
A former state lawmaker has filed an ethics complaint against Democrat Jason Carter, whose campaign manager has since filed similar complaints against Gov. Nathan Deal.
7 hrs ago | SavannahNow
T HREE CHEERS to the four judges on the Georgia Court of Appeals who stood up for state law and marshland protection.
A pair of new polls released on Friday, July 25 paint different pictures of the upcoming Georgia general election.
Here are data showing, state-by-state, where the children have been placed, according to the Department of Health and Human Services, the agency responsible for caring for unaccompanied immigrant children.
The apparent crisis at the southern U.S. border finally hit home this week. According to state and federal officials, 1,154 unaccompanied alien children are now staying in Georgia while they await immigration hearings.
Business leaders, residents and other community stakeholders can hear DeKalb interim CEO Lee May reflect on his year in office and present his outlook for 2015 on July 30 at the DeKalb History Center in Decatur.
Election Day marked a victory for DeKalb County's brand new School Board member Vickie B. Turner, a neophyte who won her election with 59.74 percent of the votes.
Georgia's governor on Thursday chided the president in a letter for failing to communicate with the governor's office before sending unaccompanied young migrants to the state.
A brewing controversy over whether Gov. Nathan Deal's aides tried to shut down an investigation could imperil his reelection prospects.
Georgia Governor Nathan Deal today sent this letter to ask the Obama administration, to define the status of the Central American unaccompanied minors being held by federal authorities, before asking private or state organizations in Georgia to take them in.
More cases are being reported to Child Protective Services, but the number of cases with overdue investigations is dwindling both statewide and in Hall County.
Firefighters in Georgia who contract cancer from their jobs, rarely or ever receive workers' compensation benefits because of strict laws that make it nearly impossible for them to qualify.
In 1997, then-Gov. Zell Miller appointed me to fill a vacant seat on the five-member State Ethics Commission and then reappointed me to a full term, in which I served until 2002.
The winner of the GOP nomination for Georgia's open U.S. Senate seat, touts himself as a political outsider.
The battle for the Republican nomination to be Georgia's state superintendent appears to be headed for extra innings, as Tuesday's runoff results leave the candidates separated by less than the 1 percent gap needed to allow a full recount.
Technical colleges throughout the state are anticipating an increase in student enrollment now that a new grant is available that will pay for full tuition.
Updated: Sat Jul 26, 2014 10:15 am
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