The latest news on Georgia
Kendrick Johnson suffered non-accidental blunt force trauma, contradicting the original report.
CALHOUN, Ga. (AP) — Bert Lance, a Georgia banker and close ally of former President Jimmy Carter who served as his first budget director before departing amid an investigation of his bank's lending practices, has died. He was 82.
A long primary season and changing demographics work in favor of Michelle Nunn.
More lawsuits against gun-touting towns may on the horizon.
Man with financial difficulties demanded restored service before being dying in standoff.
Chambliss cites obstruction, not tough primary challenge, as reason for retirement.
ATLANTA (AP) — Want a chance to win a rifle or handgun? Go vote. That's the message from an Atlanta-area sporting goods store.
School districts say a shortened week also reduces absences and discipline problems.
ATLANTA (AP) — After penning a rambling letter to financial regulators and writing notes to his family, a south Georgia bank director boarded a ferry in Key West, Fla., and disappeared.
Some states are taking heat for using their settlement funds to plug budget holes. But should they be?