Northside Hospital announced it is opening a COVID-19 vaccine clinic in Lawrenceville this week to help local residents get vaccinated against the coronavirus disease.
Hours after 13 undocumented migrants were killed in a collision on a desolate stretch of California's Imperial Valley, Hugo Castro said a prayer and planted small crosses on the sandy, rocky edge of the cordoned off highway.
J. Frank McGill, affectionally known throughout the Georgia agricultural community as “Mr. Peanut,” passed away surrounded by family on March 3 at age 95 in Tifton, Georgia.
More help is coming soon for the millions of Americans struggling to afford high-speed internet at home, which has become essential for school, work and many other areas of life during the pandemic.
When Brittany Hall from upstate New York received her first Covid-19 vaccine after barely leaving home since last March, she pulled out her phone and took a selfie to mark the occasion. "I cried so hard the lady that helped me had to comfort me," she said in a tweet along with the picture. "…
All occupants are safe, with two having to escape through windows, but three dogs are dead or missing after a late-night fire Friday at a single-story duplex in the Norcross area.
Voting rights groups led bus tours, knocked on 1 million doors and gave out food at community events to achieve an unprecedented Black voter turnout in Georgia. The organizations have been credited with helping Democrats win both the White House and control of the US Senate in the last elect…
For many of Myanmar's ethnic minorities, the bloodshed inflicted across the country's towns and cities this week is a continuation of the oppression they have suffered at the hands of the military for decades.
Hattie Blumenberg can't easily get to a mass vaccination center. The 90-year-old woman has limited transportation, and leaving her Chicago home would require someone physically carrying her from the house to a vehicle.
New light is being shed on why Gwinnett County Public Schools Superintendent J. Alvin Wilbanks' contract was discussed by the county's school board on Wednesday, and it appears to be the meeting was the first step in preparing to hire someone to replace him next year.
Four elderly sisters in New Jersey haven't been able to have their regular get-togethers during the coronavirus pandemic, but they made an exception to get their Covid-19 vaccinations.
John David McAfee, the eccentric antivirus software pioneer, has been indicted on fraud and money laundering charges by the Department of Justice, which alleges he and a business partner participated in a scheme that earned more than $13 million by falsely promoting cryptocurrency to unwitti…
Eight months ago, Delia Ramos was unable to say goodbye to her husband, Ricardo, in person as he died in the hospital from Covid-19.
Federal officials are planning to open a temporary mass COVID-19 vaccination site at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in downtown Atlanta, adding to several other large vaccine sites scattered across Georgia.
The right engine of United Airlines Flight 328 failed with a fiery bang minutes after takeoff last month when the aircraft's pilots throttled up the engines to minimize expected turbulence, National Transportation Safety Board investigators said in an update Friday.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled Friday that a lower court should reconsider the state's motion to reinstate a third-degree murder charge against former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd.
The New York State Senate and State Assembly passed a bill to repeal Gov. Andrew Cuomo's expanded emergency executive powers Friday, sending it to the governor's desk.
Barrow County Sheriff's Office officials said it has identified four Athens-area residents as suspects in an attempted robbery in Winder that resulted in the deaths of two of them.
Cocktails-to-go edged closer to becoming a reality in Georgia with passage in the state Senate Friday of a measure allowing restaurants to sell curbside alcoholic beverages in tightly sealed containers with takeout food.
Civil rights icon Malcolm X's former home in Boston has officially been added to the National Register of Historic Places, further cementing the civil rights leader's place in history.
A New Jersey man was arrested Monday after defacing an ancient rock formation in 2019 with suspected QAnon-related graffiti, according to police in Salem, New Hampshire.
If you're a White person who thinks racism only hurts people of color, the story behind an empty, abandoned swimming pool in Missouri might just change your mind.
The Senate passed President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief plan on Saturday, after an all-night “vote-a-rama” and a 12-hour struggle to get one Democrat to support the party’s plan on a critical issue.
Gwinnett County police are trying to determine why a 33-year-old Texas man was fatally shot in the southbound lanes of Interstate 85 early Friday morning, and are asking witnesses to step forward as they try to identify a suspect.
Cancer should be a near certainty for whales, the longest-living and largest mammals there are -- but scientists are finding that cetaceans are excellent at protecting themselves against the deadly disease.
A college student struggling with multiple health conditions, a Texas cattle farmer eager to reunite with his 90-year-old mother and a restaurant owner who lost too many friends to the pandemic -- they are among those who got Covid-19 vaccines despite the general lack of trust in vaccines am…
Not everyone wants to cook mung bean popsicles. Judy Leung, one of the people behind recipe website The Woks of Life, understands that.
ATLANTA — Did someone say “road trip?” With domestic travel at an all-time high and some attractions providing a “too close for comfort experience,” many are looking to explore the great outdoors this spring break. Georgia’s State Parks range from mountains to lakes, and everything in between, offering exhilarating, rejuvenating and one-of-a-kind experiences.
The fourth spacewalk of 2021 was also the fourth spacewalk of two astronauts' careers as they ventured outside of the International Space Station Friday.
The US economy added 379,000 jobs last month, far more than economists had expected, signaling the labor market recovery is finally gaining steam.
Pope Francis has landed in Iraq for a historic tour of the war-ravaged nation, where he is expected to meet with members of the country's dwindling Christian community and draw attention to their plight.
Zin Ko Ko Zaw, 22, killed by a bullet to the head. Ma "Angel" Kyal Sin, 19, fatally shot in the head. Nay Myo Aung, 16, killed by a bullet that pierced his lung.
When Tiger Woods crashed his car in Southern California last week, he told sheriff's deputies that he had no recollection of driving or how the accident happened, according to a Los Angeles County affidavit for a search warrant of the vehicle's black box.
A Dallas police officer is accused of offering to pay another person to kidnap and kill two people in 2017, Dallas Police Chief Eddie García announced Thursday.
The irony of it all is that the laughter came during a discussion about racial inequities.
Gwinnett County police are looking for a suspect accused of of breaking into a Sugar Hill home and stealing multiple items last month.
A newly proposed bill in Tennessee would make it even more difficult to protest in the state -- by making obstructing a highway a felony and giving immunity to drivers who unintentionally injure or kill those in the way.
When Humbelina Gonzales heard Texas Gov. Greg Abbott was lifting the state's mask mandate next week, her first reaction was, "It's too soon for it."
California will set aside 40% of its vaccines for underserved communities in an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus and hasten the reopening of the economy.