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When we think of a death that changed the course of history, Nathanael Greene doesn't come to mind.
Since the enactment of the state's texting while driving law, which prohibits the act behind the wheel of a vehicle, few local offenders have been cited.
The Chief Medical Officer at Gwinnett Medical Center says the hospital has sent 133 certified letters to patients at risk of contracting tuberculosis, after coming into contact with an infected employee.
Several state agencies, including Georgia's departments of Human Services and Public Health, announced an agreement with the American Red Cross Tuesday in coordinating their disaster services.
While the rest of the pro-life movement lobbies today for the ban on abortions from 20 weeks to the point of birth, one pro-life organization is apparently calling members of Congress to oppose it.
Congratulations to the SCLC. They've been approved for the Capital One Platinum Race Card.
Magic "Deonte" Fuller, 18, and Printess Stanley, 25, are in jail, charged with felony murder.
Wilde could have been writing about Georgia politicians when he penned those words.
Last week the county took steps to improve the safety of drivers turning left off Dallas Highway into The Avenue West Cobb shopping mall.
Georgia officials said they plan to review a U.S. Supreme Court decision striking down an Arizona voter-registration law requiring proof of citizenship to determine what effect it may have on a similar state law.
Lawyers used grammar rules as much as Georgia laws in their arguments Monday before the Supreme Court over whether the state is required to turn over Kia Motors' hiring records.
A week after Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice Commissioner Avery Niles assigned a committee to review a federal report that found high rates of sexual victimization at Paulding County Regional Youth Detention Center and 12 other juvenile facilities, 19 members of the agency's Office of Investigations were suspended.
Williams had earlier said he was considering entering next Summer's Republican primary to challenge incumbent Democrat Congressman John Barrow in the Fall election.
U.S. Rep. Doug Collins and Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens are pushing legislation in hopes of stopping a tactic environmental groups sometimes use to get stricter regulations known as "sue and settle."
Gov. Nathan Deal announced Monday that the management of the Georgia Military Affairs Coordinating Committee will return to the state as part of the strategic Defense Initiative that got under way late last year.
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.