I-16/I-75 Interchange Improvement Project: Update and Alerts

Construction continues on the I-16/I-75 Interchange Improvement Project, with night utility crews scheduled to work in the coming week. In addition, a permanent (at...

Georgia police officer sentenced for lying about being shot

A former police officer has been found guilty of lying to investigators about being shot by a man while on patrol.

GBI: Hostage situation elicits an officer-involved shooting investigation

A hostage situation triggers an officer-involved shooting.

Georgia’s U.S. Senators look to vote to confirm Kavanaugh

Georgia's two U.S. Senators comment on the looming Kavanaugh confirmation hearing.

Deal: September tax revenues up 7.4 percent

Georgia’s net tax collections for September totaled $2.23 billion, for an increase of $153.1 million, or 7.4 percent, compared to last year when net tax collections totaled nearly $2.08 billion.

Where are the best places for families to live in Georgia?

Best Places to Live in Georgia for Families in 2018

Primitive Weapons Deer Season Begins Sat. Oct. 13

The week-long primitive weapons deer hunting season opens Saturday, Oct. 13. Last year, almost 41,000 hunters took to the woods with muzzleloaders, bringing in...

Car fleeing Georgia into Florida hits alpaca livestock trailer, killing one

A car fleeing from Georgia police enters Florida and crashes into a trailer full of alpacas.

A name change to Confederate Ave is coming after a vote from a Georgia...

A name change is coming after a council vote in Georgia

Carter received treatment from Nobel Prize medical researchers

Former Georgia Gov. Jimmy Carter, who turned 94 Monday, was diagnosed in 2015 with the skin cancer melanoma, which had spread to his brain. He was treated with a drug inspired by the research of new Nobel laureate Tasuku Honjo.