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A young man in Moultrie is turning to you for help after suffering from a rare flesh eating bacteria.
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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.
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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.
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Magic "Deonte" Fuller, 18, and Printess Stanley, 25, are in jail, charged with felony murder.
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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.
Ashburn Police Chief Joe Saxon tells WALB-TV 41-year-old Marilyn Patterson was killed in the Sunday night shooting and a suspect identified as Joshua McKelvin has been arrested.
The Supreme Court of Georgia on Monday upheld a man's convictions and death sentence in the 2007 rape and slaying of a 6-year-old boy in a mobile home park near the state's coast.
The Georgia Police and Fire Games held the Toughest Overall Competitor event Monday.
Lawyers for four unsuccessful applicants for jobs at an auto plant in Georgia argue that documents about a state agency's involvement in hiring workers for the plant should be available to the public.
Former state attorney general Mike Bowers is expected to speak. Bower is one of three special investigators appointed by then-Governor Sonny Perdue to investigate APS.
When President Barack Obama announced the creation of a national network of manufacturing-development hubs, Georgia had already been down that road for a decade.
The jackpot in the Florida Lotto game has grown to $24 million after no one matched the six winning numbers in the latest drawing, lottery officials said Sunday.
With three U.S. House seats in Georgia wide open in 2014, the chance to go to Washington is already attracting a crowd of several state legislators, a minister, a surgeon, a political novice and an ex-congressman seeking a comeback.
The draft Silver Comet Trail Economic Impact Assessment indicates that the long-haul trail from Smyrna to the Alabama state line west of Cedartown generates approximately $57 million in economic benefit to the State of Georgia.
In this Friday, May 31, 2013 photo, Marla Lawson and her daughter Kelly Lawson, pose for a photo in her office on Marla's last day of work in Decatur, Ga.