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2 hrs ago | The Times
A Suwanee man was sentenced in federal court Tuesday on assault charges for attacking a U.S. Army Corps of Engineer park ranger in a July 15, 2012, incident.
Should America ever negotiate with terrorists?
Should all gun buyers receive a background check?
6 hrs ago | Statesboro Herald
The resignation follows Tucker's plea Monday in Bulloch County Superior Court. Originally charged with theft by conversion and violation of public office following a three-year investigation by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, she pleaded guilty to violation of public office and the felony charges were dropped.
10 hrs ago | State of Georgia
Through HB 188, the Veterans Licensure Bill, recently discharged veterans can get great jobs for which they may already be qualified.
14 hrs ago | CBS Local
This past weekend community activist and religious leaders took to the Capitol steps Wednesday to send a message to Governor Nathan Deal to intervene in the case where a 17 year old Valdosta teen was found dead rolled up in a gym mat at his high school in January.
As Michael Thurmond tells the story, he got a phone call one day from an attorney for the DeKalb County school board, asking if he would be interested in the job of school superintendent.
One of Governor Deal's rivals, Dalton Mayor David Pennington, says a Deal apparatchik sent a "threatening text" to the campaign.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal plans for the next legislative session to complete the third leg of his criminal justice reform stool -- supporting transition and re-entry into the community for people who have been in prison.
The Georgia Supreme Court sided with Gov. Nathan Deal and Kia Motors in an open records battle over access to hiring documents from Kia's assembly plant in West Point, GA.
Gov. Nathan Deal announced Tuesday that Georgia's net tax collections for November totaled $1.39 billion, an increase of nearly $49 million, or 3.6 percent, compared to the month-ended November 2012.
Over the last several days, you may have seen some very disturbing articles about incumbent Gov. Nathan Deal and members of the Georgia Republican Party.
Ester Fleming, a life-long Covington resident and former Newton County Board of Commissioners member, is the second Republican candidate for the seat that Rep. Doug Holt will vacate.
More Georgia leaders are demanding that Gov. Nathan Deal expand Medicaid healthcare for the working poor, flooding his office with petitions and preparing to demonstrate at the Capitol.
Federal authorities are looking into allegations made by two former employees of the Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission The whistleblower lawsuit that sparked an investigation into Governor Nathan Deal's 2010 campaign may take years to resolve.
As Charlie predicted when the news of federal subpoenas going to members of the Georgia Ethics Commission broke on Wednesday, both sides of the political fence are using the news for their own purposes.
A Fayette County homeowner is still celebrating Auburn's win over Alabama. Robert Burton's Christmas lights display pays tribute to the touchdown that shook up the SEC! His light show, which plays the Auburn touchdown against Alabama on repeat, attracts crowds every night.