According to Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal’s office, films like “The Hunger Games” and Marvel’s “Ant-Man” contributed to the industry’s $6 billion economic impact on the state.
A Georgia appeals court will hear arguments on Thursday in a Ku Klux Klan chapter's lawsuit against the state for refusing the white supremacist group's application to "adopt" a stretch of highway.
Beginning on Monday, employees will be able to begin enrolling their same sex spouse in coverage in the University System of Georgia benefits plans.
Photo showing Bobby Deen in brownface was from 2011 TV show
A 2011 photo of Paula Deen and son Bobby Deen in costume as Lucy and Ricky Ricardo is tweeted by Deen’s social media manager and generates new criticism.
Gwinnett county officials plan to watch how the state legislature handles 911 funding and money for a new youth detention center in the county in 2016.
Five fatalities over the weekend were reported by DeKalb County police and one by Atlanta police.
The Georgia Department of Transportation awarded a $5.06 million contract to have Ga. Highway 316 resurfaced near Lawrenceville.
No deaths reports at popular lake though
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources announced BUIs were up at Lake Lanier over the July 4 weekend.
Georgia Department of Transportation officials announced the opening of the flex lane on I-85 northbound between Jimmy Carter Boulevard and Indian Trail Road.
A mob of nearly 50 people burst in to a Macon Wal-Mart and smashed merchandise early Sunday morning.
McDonough City officials and staff say the removal of old flags from the Square is not in response to the Charleston shooting tragedy.
Georgia was ranked the No. 1 job creator in the clean energy industry during the first quarter of 2015, thanks in part to the state's strong solar industry.
Atlanta-based Chick-fil-A has been named the top fast food restaurant in the United States for customer satisfaction, according to the American Customer Satisfaction Index Restaurant Report released this week.
Higher gas taxes are among the new laws going into effect Wednesday.
The Georgia Department of Transportation is encouraging drivers to use caution during the busy July 4 weekend.
- USA Television, Maxair Media acquire California TV stations
- 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
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- Two Virginia television journalists fatally shot in live on-air attack
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- Former President Jimmy Carter says cancer has spread to brain
- Civil rights icon Julian Bond dead at age of 75
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- Gunshots heard during Ferguson shooting death anniversary march
- Former football star, broadcaster Frank Gifford dead at 84
- Gunman dead, 3 injured at movie theater shooting in Nashville suburb
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- David Pennington talks about race for governor
- David Perdue campaign stop