Two plead guilty in assault over cold chicken at Georgia food stand

Published Dec. 13 2017

A Georgia couple accused of punching a mother and daughter over being served cold chicken have pleaded guilty to the...

Atlanta mayoral runoff results retain thin margin

Published Dec. 12 2017

The vote tallies for the runoff election in the Atlanta mayoral race are official, but with a razor-thin margin remaining,...

Georgia Supreme Court reverses itself and restores woman's murder conviction

Published Dec. 12 2017

Georgia's highest court on Monday reversed its own recent decision and restored the felony murder conviction of a woman whose...


Power still out for thousands after Deep South snowstorm

Published Dec. 11 2017

Thousands remain without electricity across the Deep South days after a winter snow storm snapped power lines across the region.

University of Georgia, Army Cyber Command eye partnerships

Published Dec. 10 2017

The University of Georgia and the U.S. Army's Cybersecurity Command could soon be exchanging students and workers.

Students get snow day in north Georgia

Published Dec. 8 2017

Nearly two dozen school districts in north Georgia have closed as snow continues to fall in the area.

Should Southerners expect some snow? Forecasters say so

Published Dec. 8 2017

Say it ain't going to snow in the Deep South, is it?

Georgia teacher accused of exposing himself to woman

Published Dec. 8 2017

A high school teacher and football coach has been accused of exposing himself to a woman in Atlanta's suburbs.

Black political machine tested again in Atlanta mayor race

Published Dec. 7 2017

Atlanta voters woke up to deja vu Wednesday in the racially polarized contest to choose the city's next mayor, with...

Atlanta mayor's race is too close to call as recount looms

Published Dec. 6 2017

The race for mayor in Atlanta early Wednesday was too close to call, with one candidate declaring herself the city's...

UPDATE: Polls close in Georgia runoff elections

Published Dec. 5 2017

Atlanta residents are choosing a new mayor.

Five-year-old girl dead, 21 injured after school bus crashes into tree in Georgia

Published Dec. 5 2017

A school bus driver on her early pick-up route lost control on a dirt road and smashed into a tree...


ACLU of Georgia names former DeKalb County CEO as political director

Published Dec. 5 2017

A former county leader whose convictions on corruption charges were tossed out by the state's highest court has been named...

Georgia jury acquits 'citizen journalist' of felony charges

Published Dec. 5 2017

A Georgia jury has acquitted a self-proclaimed citizen journalist of the most serious charges she faced after she was arrested...

Man killed in shootout with Georgia sheriff's deputies

Published Dec. 5 2017

Authorities say a man has been killed in a gun battle with Georgia sheriff's deputies.

Bodycam shows officer saving life of newborn baby

Published Dec. 4 2017

Savannah police are crediting an officer with saving the life of a choking newborn baby by racing to her apartment...

Georgia Gov. Deal announces expansion of cybersecurity complex

Published Dec. 3 2017

The next phase of a multimillion-dollar cybersecurity training center taking shape in downtown Augusta is expected to be completed by...

Atlanta mayoral runoff a test of race, gender and grudges

Published Dec. 3 2017

The process of choosing Atlanta's next mayor has come down to two candidates, one black, one white, after a campaign...

Good Samaritan shot 5 times trying to stop gas station robbery

Published Nov. 29 2017

A good Samaritan was shot five times trying to stop a gas station robbery early Wednesday in southwest Atlanta.

Three former Georgia high school students cleared of rape, but still face child molestation charge

Published Nov. 29 2017

Three former Athens high school students have been cleared of rape charges but each still faces a misdemeanor child molestation...

Georgia museum opens to chronicle legacy of U.S. Army division

Published Nov. 28 2017

The U.S. Army's 3rd Infantry Division is marking its 100th birthday, and a new museum is telling its storied history.

Is Tennessee's wild turkey population declining?

Published Nov. 24 2017

David Buehler says for wild turkey and those who hunt them "the good old days are right now."

Georgia boy whose transplant was delayed gets new kidney

Published Nov. 23 2017

A potentially life-saving kidney transplant has given a Georgia family a lot to be grateful for this Thanksgiving, nearly two...