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The Technology Association of Georgia is seeking Athens-area groups to participate in the first ever National Day of Civic Hacking that will be held Saturday and Sunday. Comment?
Georgia Insurance Commissioner Ralph Hudgens is reminding Georgians to check their insurance policies for hurricane coverage as National Hurricane Preparedness Week approaches. Comment?
A local tax preparer is in jail, accused of cheating the state out of at least $100,000. Channel 2's Amy Napier Viteri was the only reporter with state investigators and the Fayette County DA's Office as they pulled boxes of documents, computers and confiscated cars from the woman's home Friday. Comment?
U.S. Rep. Tom Graves issued the following statement ahead of Memorial Day 2013: "The heroism of our service members plays a defining role in our history, especially through the last dozen years of war. Comment?
A warrant has been issued for a Rome man who is very familiar to law enforcement - he once jumped out of a police car going 50 mph, slipped out of his handcuffs and eluded police for a day. Comment?
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources hosted a multi-agency media day Friday to remind the public of boating laws and safety regulations as they gear up for a busy holiday weekend. Comment?
The Alabama baseball team fell in heartbreaking fashion to LSU. Despite a 2-1 lead, Mike Oczypok, the true freshman, walk-on Bama pitcher, came within one outheck, one strikeof sinking the No. Comment?
Georgia State Troopers investigated 326 traffic crashes that resulted in 278 injuries and 6 traffic fatalities during the 2012 Memorial Day weekend, figures they hope decrease this year. Comment?
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. Comment?
Major changes to Georgia's boating laws are now in effect, and local officials want everyone to be aware of the changes - and boating safety - for Memorial Day weekend. Comment?
A moratorium placed on new groundwater withdrawals in the coastal region, including Bryan County, isn't likely to affect this area any time soon, according to local officials. Comment?
About 50 acres of Catoosa County-owned property will soon become home for a Georgia Northwestern Technical Community College satellite campus as well as a mixed-use commercial development. Comment?
Guardian Watch, a Georgia-based technology company, exhibited at the TAG Government Technology Public Safety Conference and Expo held at the Gwinnett Center on May 21. Comment?
In-depth reporting by the Druid Hills High School student newspaper on DeKalb's accreditation controversy landed the head of SACS as the school's commencement speaker on Friday. Comment?
US Airways Group and American Airlines , seeking approval for a merger that would create the world's largest airline, are warning lawmakers that a requirement to divest certain airport slots would lead to less service for small and medium-sized cities, sources close to the effort told Reuters. Comment?
Georgia State troopers are preparing for full patrols during the peak travel times this coming holiday weekend. Comment?
A collision between two cars and a tractor-trailer Monday morning resulted in one fatality and another person being airlifted to an Augusta hospital. Comment?
By the end of the year, hundreds of people in Thomasville will be without work because Southwestern State Hospital has announced they are closing their doors. Comment?
For the first time since a 30-count federal indictment on fraud and tax evasion charges, Georgia state Rep. Comment?
The altered "Georgia Land Bank Act", passed by the 2012 General Assembly as Senate Bill 284, still offers local governments a mechanism to return dilapidated, abandoned and tax delinquent properties to productive use. Comment?