What is now a construction area, will soon become the District 4 Recreation Center, Parks and Recreation admin building and a walking trail add on.
Georgia is on the verge of legalizing medical marijuana after the state assembly passed a bill that would allow for the in-state sale and production of the drug for medicinal purposes.
The driver involved in the hit-and-run of a 9-year-old girl as she played in her front yard has turned himself in Tuesday, CNN reported.
The so-called "heartbeat" abortion bill won final approval Friday in the Georgia General Assembly and was sent to the governor, who is expected to sign the controversial measure.
Rep. John Lewis' desire is that Stacey Abrams, the Democrat who narrowly lost her race for Georgia governor in 2018, runs for the US Senate.
Spring is officially here, and with it come the beautiful flowers and longer days to enjoy the sunshine. On the flip side, this means the start of pollen season and the yellow mess it leaves behind.
A 1-year-old girl who was allegedly abducted by her father early this morning is now safe, having been dropped off at a family member’s home in Gwinnett, Arcade Police Department Chief of Police Randy Williams said Thursday afternoon.
A show dog that was flying home to Amsterdam after her last competitive event was found after she'd been missing from Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport for four days, the airport tweeted.
Georgia gas prices increased another 8 cents last week, setting a new 2019-high of $2.50 per gallon on Sunday. The state average increased 37 of the past 39 days for a total increase of 36 cents per gallon.
A fraternity at the University of Georgia has been temporarily suspended after a video circulating on social media shows several people mocking slavery and one person using the n-word.
Authorities will take another look at the decades-old Atlanta child murders, re-examining evidence in the hopes that technological breakthroughs might point to a definite killer in the cases, most of which were never solved, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said Thursday.
Sen. Johnny Isakson said President Donald Trump's criticism of the late Sen. John McCain is "deplorable," and the Georgia Republican promised to continue speaking out against Trump if he continues to speak ill of the deceased war hero and former GOP presidential nominee.
The Supreme Court declined on Monday to take up the case of Georgia death row inmate Keith Tharpe, who claims a juror voted to put him to death because of his race.
Former gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams’ name has been bandied about for months as a possible challenger to U.S. Sen. David Perdue in next year’s Senate race, but the former Georgia House minority leader isn’t ruling out a possible run at a higher office instead.
In Talbotton, Georgia, at least 15 structures were destroyed in a tornado on Sunday, including multiple homes and at least one apartment building, said Leigh Ann Erenheim, the emergency management director for Talbot County.
Above highways and interstates today, the Georgia Department of Transportation has re-programmed its billboards with Valentine’s Day-themed messages reminding motorists to drive safe.
Fulton County Schools have revised the number of students officials said were taken to the hospital Thursday afternoon. Medics took 28 middle school students to the hospital Thursday afternoon, sparking an investigation by school Police.
Atlanta United fans may soon be able to show their fandom on their license plates — if the Georgia General Assembly passes a bill authored by state Sen. P.K. Martin, R-Lawrenceville.
Two of the largest US regional banks are joining forces in a bid to compete with the nation's biggest players.
Rapper 21 Savage, whose musical persona revolves heavily around the drug and gang life he purportedly weathered coming up on the east side of Atlanta, is British and in the country illegally, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement told CNN.
At least six drones have been confiscated after flying near the Mercedez-Benz stadium in Atlanta ahead of the Super Bowl, authorities said.
Former Georgia governor candidate Stacey Abrams has accepted an invitation to give the Democratic response to the State of the Union address, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said Tuesday.
As thousands of football fans and Atlanta residents gear up for the biggest game of the year, World of Coca-Cola invites them for a round of pre-game activities on February 1 and 2.
The National Park Service will use a grant from Delta Air Lines and fee revenues to reopen the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park in Atlanta despite the government shutdown.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms held a news conference Tuesday to discuss how the city is making safety preparations for Super Bowl LIII. Mayor Bottoms was joined by members of the Public Safety Executive Steering Committee for the Super Bowl.
Gov. Brian Kemp sought to reach across political and racial lines as he addressed Georgia’s residents and elected leaders for the first time as their governor during his inauguration at Georgia Tech on Monday.
Long lines and staffing issues have hit airports around the country as the partial government shutdown is in its fourth week.
Gov. Nathan Deal was joined Thursday by First Lady Sandra Deal, chief of staff Chris Riley and House Speaker David Ralston to unveil the official portrait of Gov. Deal and Mrs. Deal at the Georgia State Capitol. The portrait, painted by Thomas Nash, will be displayed outside the governor's office on the second floor of the Capitol.
Can't make it to Times Square on New Year's Eve or Atlanta for the Lead Drop? There are more than just those two events. Some are quite quirky.