The Georgia Department of Transportation is encouraging drivers to use caution during the busy July 4 weekend.
More than 50 same-sex couples took part in a mass wedding ceremony on Sunday in Buckhead.
A man is in custody after a hearse was stolen from the morgue outside Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta.
OTTAWA — The United States shrugged off the suspension of two key players to beat China 1-0 in their women’s World Cup quarter-final on Friday and book a place against Germany in the last four.
Loganville residents Kelly Martinelli and Taylor Nash became the first same-sex couple to be married in Gwinnett County on Friday.
A.G. Sam Olens says the final call on the issue was made by the Supreme Court
In a statement to the public and a memo to state department heads, Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens says the georgia will adhere to the 5-4 ruling today by the U.S. Supreme Court recognizing same-sex marriage nationwide.
A fire inside a church with a primarily African-American congregation in Macon, Georgia has been ruled as arson by fire officials, local newspaper the Telegraph reported.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Friday that the U.S. Constitution provides same-sex couples the right to marry in a historic triumph for the American gay rights movement.
Lineup for Atlanta's premiere music festival announced
A mix of big-name artists from all genres will perform at Atlanta’s Music Midtown 2015 Sept. 18-19.
Doug Taffe of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., traveled hundreds of miles north to central Georgia over the weekend to work as a volunteer at a free dental clinic. His volunteer stint at the event in Perry was a form of repayment.
Deal wants to establish a more permanent production industry in his state and spare its film and TV credit from being a political target.
Gwinnett County Commission Chairman Charlotte Nash and Sen. David Perdue talk about concerns with the proposed Clean Water Act rule.
The Women’s World Cup stopped to take a breath on Wednesday following an opening round of games that produced a little bit of everything, from tight matches to blowouts played in front of packed stands and near empty stadiums.
He said the diagnosis won’t affect his bid for re-election in 2016.
U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman Bill Shuster (R-Pa.) said a long-term funding solution for transportation projects is not likely by the end of the summer.
- Georgia gas prices up a nickel in last week
- Metro unemployment rate hits 8 percent
- Time of change — and crisis — in the hospital world
- Deal extends tax-free holiday weekends
- Chick-fil-A’s new grilled recipe, entrée lineup set to “transform” menu
- Georgia unemployment claims in January at lowest point since ‘06
- Georgia reaches record numbers in international trade
- J. Mack Robinson remembered for kindness, humility
- Gov. Nathan Deal announces record job creation in Georgia
- Ga. 400 toll to end Friday
- Reactions mixed to Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage ruling
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- U.S. Supreme Court rules in favor of gay marriage nationwide
- Supreme Court upholds key Obamacare insurance subsidies
- Man accused of killing nine at South Carolina church captured
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- House transportation committee chairman expects another short-term funding solution
- Blue Bell to cut salaries and 37 percent of workforce
- George Zimmerman shot in face during road rage incident
- Blue Bell recalls all products over Listeria
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- Ga. unemployment rises to 7.2 percent
- David Pennington talks about race for governor
- David Perdue campaign stop