ATLANTA - A large part of south and central Georgia remained under a tornado watch as severe thunderstorms fired up across the region.
SAVANNAH, Ga. - Residents are protesting against a pipeline that could carry fuel from the Gulf Coast to the southeast.
Assistant Director of CDC Main at Fort Gordon Latanya Wiggins (left) applies a little glitter to the nose of Ariel Jansen, 4, at Fort Gordon's Spring Fest held at Barton Field.
Col. Willis M. "Buster" Boshears Jr., whose first logbook entry was made at age 6, served in the Air Force and worked at Daniel Field Airport for most of his professional life.
To put it in the words of the man who had trusted him like a brother, Richard Lee Owen is a really good con artist, one who honed his criminal skills for 45 years.
Saturday's cold, misty weather couldn't deter a group of Georgia Regents University students who've pledged to clean up a Harrisburg cemetery they feel has been long forgotten.
ATLANTA — Each day as Gov. Nathan Deal plods through a stack of more than 300 bills passed by the 2015 General Assembly, Anna Bullard becomes a tad more anxious.
Along with the higher costs of providing services and a push to create new academic programs, higher tuition at Georgia's state colleges and universities is a result of years of the state Legislature cutting funds to the higher education budget.
Mayor Hardie Davis and I went to lunch again last week and celebrated his first 100 days in office. This time, I didn't forget my tape recorder.
A simple archway welcomes visitors down a dirt driveway to Breaking Free in Davisboro, Ga. The emblem says it all: Three crosses bursting through heavy-link chain.