A female camera operator's assistant was killed Thursday and seven other people were injured when a train unexpectedly bore down on a crew doing camera tests for "Midnight Rider," the Greg Allman biopic shooting in Georgia.
The University of Mississippi wants to question three white male students who may have been involved in draping a noose and a Confederate flag over a statue of James Meredith, the African-American student who braved segregationist mobs to integrate the school in 1962.
The Georgia Department of Revenue recently approved a redesigned specialty license plate for the Sons of Confederate Veterans
The Georgia Republican Party’s series of Senate debates will stop in Gainesville Saturday, and U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson will open a re-election campaign office.
Architects with the new Atlanta Falcons stadium released more images of what the new facility will look like.
The Obama administration will announce that it has finalized $6.5 billion in loan aid to build the country's first new nuclear reactors in more than 30 years, sources said on Tuesday.
Georgia lawmakers on Tuesday voted to allow bars and churches to decide for themselves whether to let gun owners carry weapons into their buildings.
A Kroger in Covington was evacuated Tuesday afternoon when a man reportedly doused himself with alcohol and set himself on fire.
Georgia moves up in Census rankings of imports and exports in 2013, Gov. Nathan Deal announced Monday.
Jannine Miller will step down as the head of the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority, which operates the Xpress commuter bus system in metro Atlanta.
Augusta National's famed Eisenhower Tree, an iconic image at the Masters tournament, survived an attempt by the former U.S. president to have it chopped down but it could not survive a severe winter storm.
The Powerball jackpot rose to $400 million on Sunday, one of the largest prizes in the lottery's history.
State Rep. Chuck Efstration plans Dacula Day at the Georgia Capitol; U.S. Reps. Paul Broun, Jack Kingston and Rob Woodall vote no on last week’s deficit deal.
A Newton County firefighter who had been working through the winter ice storm was killed early Friday morning in a one-vehicle accident.
With the state shifting many of its resources to the Augusta area, Gov. Nathan Deal says Georgians should remain cautious, as ice could refreeze overnight.
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