ATLANTA — Thousands of felony offenders may see their voting rights restored sooner rather than later.
State law requires local governments to be open and transparent.
Stacii Adams calls himself the "Boss of Blues."
MILLEDGEVILLE – A son stabbed his mother to death then lived with her for two days before anyone else discovered it.
ATLANTA — After watching his bright son struggle to read, Matt Gallegly felt a kind of relief when he learned the reason: His son, Jack, was d…
VALDOSTA — Kerry Quinn studies tragic incidents at other schools as part of his efforts to keep Lowndes County students and faculty safe.
ATLANTA — Gov. Brian Kemp says he remains open to ideas on how to push high-speed internet into areas of the state that lack it.
VALDOSTA — Councilwoman Sandra Tooley ran for office to get things done.
QUITMAN, Ga. — Molly Radford signed up for the fastest internet she could get in rural Brooks County, where her family has owned farmland stra…
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