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Now that the legislative wrangling is over and the medical marijuana bill is about to become law, one area family is expressing appreciation and anticipation for the help their family so desperately needs.
Passengers with moments to live screamed in terror and the pilot frantically pounded on the locked cockpit door as a 27-year-old German co-pilot deliberately and wordlessly smashed an Airbus carrying 150 people into an Alpine mountainside.
The Gainesville Police Department has taken to social media in an attempt to catch a person passing bad checks at North Georgia banks.
When you fly 95-percent of the search and rescue flights in the United States, you need to be a well-oiled machine. Fine-tuning that machine was the order of the day Saturday at Gainesvilleís Lee Gilmer Memorial Airport as the Civil Air Patrol readied for their latest SAREX.
The United States and Iran are drafting elements of a nuclear deal that commits Tehran to a 40 percent cut in the number of machines it could use to make an atomic bomb, officials told The Associated Press on Thursday. In return, the Iranians would get quick relief from some crippling economic sanctions and a partial lift of a U.N. embargo on conventional arms.
Fire Chief Jerome Yarbrough candidly admitted to the Gainesville City Council an area in his department that he felt needed improvement.
While the occupants escaped injury, fire caused heavy damage to a house Wednesday afternoon near East Ridge Road in Hall County.
The Police Chief of Peachtree City has tendered his resignation.
Itís back to the drawing board for an ordinance amendment hoping to tackle the matter of parking vehicles at single family residences. The Oakwood City Council voted unanimously to table the issue at Monday nightís meeting.
Applications for unemployment aid in Georgia fell by 1.5 percent in January.
Augusta city officials say dogs have killed several goats that the city uses to control vegetation near drainage areas.
The group, Friends of Don Carter State Park, is planning a workday at the Lake Lanier complex to clear away the large number of trees that block hiking trails as a result of the ice storm nearly two weeks ago.
A fire Monday night in Jackson County severely damaged a county-owned maintenance garage.
The Jackson EMC Foundation board of directors awarded $107,806 in grants to organizations serving area residents during their January meeting according to company spokeswoman Bonnie Jones. Four of them went to agencies directly impacting Hall County.
Ninth District Congressman Doug Collins' office says he will introduce a Resolution of Disapproval in response to todayís Federal Communications Commission announcement that the agency will impose new Internet restrictions.
A Lumpkin County man has been arrested as the result of a two-week long sex-sting investigation.
The Georgia House has overwhelmingly passed a bill to legalize cannabis oil to treat seizure disorders, sickle cell disease, Lou Gehrig's Disease and six other major health problems, including cancer.
Gainesville Police are investigating a report of a young child who fell and was injured while at a Gainesville day care facility on Thursday.
Gwinnett County fire officials say a stretch of Buford Highway in Norcross has reopened after it was closed because of a suspected gas leak.
State School Superintendent Richard Woods has announced the state's Advanced Placement Honor Schools for 2015.
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