Faced with a spike in robberies, Norcross police are determined to gain the trust of their large Hispanic population. Doing so, they say, would improve safety for everyone.
Since his combat injuries suffered a year ago, U.S. Army Cpl. Samuel Walley dreamed about his hometown return, which concluded this week.
For 25 years, Gwinnett Children's Shelter has offered a unique sanctuary for neglected kids. But most people don't know it exists.
Here's the story of how two laidback brothers from Snellville built Georgia's coolest upstart business -- on a stick
This month marks five years since Fulton County police Cpl. Paul Phillips parked his cruiser on a Sugar Hill road to assist a distressed motorist, only to be shot — on purpose — by another police officer.
For owner, building Duluth's 'Haunted Mansion' was a dream realized, and selling is bittersweet.
In an extraordinary show of support, 40 volunteers are building an apartment for a Winder soldier who lost his arm and leg to war.
Nick Jackson's attorney said a deal has been reached with federal prosecutors, and other charges of drug trafficking and money laundering may be dismissed.
It's been 63 years since the Lawrenceville High Class of 1949 graduated, but a small group still gathers monthly to eat, talk and remember times gone by.
Barrow officials remind citizens that time change should mean smoke-detector battery change, too.