North Georgia

Five candidates vying for the top spot in Catoosa County law enforcement debated Tuesday the most effective way to curb property crime, become more active in the community and fight the drug scourge.

DALTON, Ga. -- On a typical summer day, 7-year-old Fidel Hernandez plays soccer outside with his friends. But not this month.

The City Council in Ringgold, Ga., voted unanimously Monday night to let the voters decide in November whether to allow Sunday alcohol sales by the package at stores and by the drink at restaurants.

The Gordon County Sheriff's Office says carbon monoxide appears to have caused the deaths of two men in a camper trailer parked at a private hunting club.

TRENTON, Ga. -- The Dade County Public Library will be open no more than 20 hours a week after county Board of Education members voted not to fund it Monday night.

Fort Oglethorpe residents will not have the opportunity to vote on Sunday alcohol sales in November.

The grass is growing so quickly these days, you can almost watch it happen.

A judge has decided a Dalton, Ga., teen should be tried on murder charges in Juvenile Court, which could alter significantly how long he would spend in jail if found guilty.

A Ringgold, Ga., woman killed by blows to her head and stomach last week was known to friends as a kind-hearted person who taught kindergarten at her former church.

G. Paul Shaw Jr., the Republican challenger in the Walker County sole commissioner race, invited GOP incumbent Bebe Heiskell to debate at 7 p.m. today.

A "yes" or "no" vote on the July 31 ballot could determine whether Georgia will add a penny to the sales tax in districts across the state, ushering in billions of dollars for road work in the next decade.

LaFAYETTE, Ga. — Tuesday's heavy thundershowers were a blessing to farmers -- especially those growing marijuana in Dade, Walker and Catoosa counties.

The Georgia Supreme Court unanimously upheld the conviction of a man found guilty of killing his family with an ax in 1985.

In-person absentee for the July 31 primary election began Monday for all registered voters in Georgia. The last day to cast an early vote is July 27.

The Georgia Supreme Court unanimously upheld the conviction of a man found guilty of killing of his family with an ax in 1985.

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