Georgia’s October Net Tax Revenues Down 1.6%

Revenues dipped in August, ticked up again in September, and were down again in October.

Gov Deal Declares State of Emergency for All 159 Counties in Georgia

As the path of Hurricane Florence remains uncertain, Governor Nathan Deal declared a state of emergency Wednesday afternoon for all 159 counties in Georgia.

Ga Police Officer Recognized by DOJ for Community Policing Effort

The awards were established through Executive Orders by President Trump - three of which issued directives to the DOJ to "demonstrate his strong support of the law enforcement community."

3 men indicted for possession of methamphetamine found in active conversion laboratory

A search warrant led to the dismantling of an extremely large clandestine methamphetamine conversion lab and the seizure of an unprecedented amount of methamphetamine in Paulding County.

Georgia NSA leaker sentenced to more than five years

A Georgia woman who pleaded guilty to mailing a classified U.S. report to a news organization was sentenced to more than five years in prison.

Five Enter Guilty Please to Racketeering in WIC Fraud Case

They were charged with defrauding the Women, Infant, and Children (WIC) program, administered in Georgia by the Department of Public Health

Canadian man sentenced for enticing young girls for sex from GA and MS

Canadian man sentenced for enticing Georgia and Mississippi girls to engage in sexually explicit conduct over the internet

Georgia Power’s coal ash ponds are leaking toxins into water supply, report finds

Georgia Power coal ash ponds leaking toxins into groundwater

Former IRS employee in Georgia sentenced for aggravated identity theft

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