Officials note that the decrease in DUI convictions has coincided with an increase in the number of people refusing to take a field sobriety test.
For the entire month of February, Chick-fil-A restaurants will give customers free cups of its new specialty-grade THRIVE Farmers hot or iced coffee all day long.
Kroger announced this week that it will host a social media promotion in February where customers can win free gas.
Leesburg native files contract compaint with California state government
Saying he is “grateful for the opportunities” American Idol afforded him, Phillip Phillips is suing to gain control of his career.
Law enforcement targeting Twitter account in investigation
The FBI and Atlanta police are investigating a Twitter account tied to a bomb threat at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
Two teenagers have been arrested and a third is still on the run after they allegedly tied up the mother of one of the suspects and attempted to steal guns from her house.
During Deal’s State of the State address in Atlanta, he said he would create an education reform commission and proposed giving the state power to take over failing schools, something a top education offical did not support during his campaign last year.
The National Retail Federation announced Wednesday that holiday retail sales hit their highest peak since 2011 amid a boost of consumer confidence and lower gas prices.
In his State of the State address, Gov. Nathan Deal said great challenges require great cooperation.
Governor highlights prison reforms, charter schools in speech
Gov. Nathan Deal began his second term Monday by focusing on new beginnings for those residents who have lost their liberties and the youngest residents who are not yet old enough to exercise their political will at the ballot box.
Richard Woods, a Tifton resident, said he would use his 22 years of public school education experience, and as a former small business owner, to listen to students, parents and teachers and work with the governor, State School Board and General Assembly to improve education in Georgia.
Gov. Nathan Deal says protecting children is the ultimate goal
Creating a child abuse registry, adding pay incentives for DFCS caseworkers, and developing a “panic button’’ to increase safety for workers in the field are among the recommendations of Gov. Nathan Deal’s Child Welfare Reform Council.
Lawmakers and education officials agree that there’s one topic expected to dominate this year’s General Assembly when it convenes in a matter of days: Education. What’s unclear is how the myriad of issues will be resolved. One of the most challenging issues is how to deal with a growing level of children in poverty, which has grown by about 21 percent since 2002 to 62 percent — more than one million children — this school year, according to the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute.
Former president discussed Watergate scandal among other subjects
The University of Georgia’s Media Archives announced Thursday that it has used modern technology to create more access to rare interview with former President Richard Nixon.
Mercedes-Benz will move its U.S. headquarters to Atlanta from northern New Jersey, affecting about 1,000 employees.
- 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
- Unemployment rate on the rise in June 4 comments
- Blue Bell recalls all products over Listeria
- Baby food recalled over fear of glass contamination
- Ex-Gator, NFL star Aaron Hernandez gets life in prison for 2013 killing
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Sen. Johnny Isakson argues for trade promotion authority passage
- Feds want Gwinnett to repay Georgia some funds from assistance grant
- US military Twitter account hijacked by ISIS supporters
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- ESPN anchor Stuart Scott dies of cancer at 49
- Keurig recalls more than 7 million brewing machines
- Musician Joe Cocker dead at 70
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- Ga. unemployment rises to 7.2 percent
- David Pennington talks about race for governor
- David Perdue campaign stop