Recent Articles by Marc Eggers
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A cargo jet left Atlanta with a massive concrete pump that will be used to pour water on crippled nuclear reactors at a power plant in Japan.
Authorities have charged a truck driver with murder in the slaying of a Columbia County employee at a wastewater treatment plant near Augusta.
The recent warm weather is being welcomed by all - including area truck farmers.
Geraldine Ferraro, 75, who in 1984 became the first woman to run for vice president on a major party ticket, died on Saturday.
Police in Athens said Saturday they are trying to determine how long a man charged in a police officer's slaying - who is now being held in the Hall County jail - had been staying at an Athens apartment where he allegedly took nine hostages.
Governor Nathan Deal today responded to the wildfires in southeast Georgia by declaring a state of emergency for Long, Bacon, Clinch and Coffee counties, according to Brian Robinson, Deal's Deputy Chief of Staff.
A rabid fox has been captured in the Belton Bridge Road area of northern Hall County, according to Nikki Young, Public Information Officer for the county.
A Flowery Branch man was arrested Wednesday night in connection with a burglary at a residence in the Country Walk subdivision in Flowery Branch, according to Hall County authorities.
The City of Gainesville, in conjunction with Brenau University's Sustainability Task Force, hosted a panel discussion Tuesday afternoon entitled "Tri-State Water Wars" as part of the annual World Water Day observance.
Stocks are starting the week with big gains after a major telecommunications deal and signs that Japan's nuclear crisis is stabilizing.
Back in 2007, Georgia Republicans began promoting a novel idea in the state: exchanges they said would introduce market forces into the health arena. Now that those insurance exchanges are part of President Barack Obama's federal health care overhaul, however, they can't seem to run away fast enough.
According to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's website "Science News", the full moon you see tonight is somewhat of a rarity; in fact, it is referred to as a Super Moon.
Signs that the U.S. economy is improving are helping investors put aside fears over Japan's nuclear crisis, if only temporarily.
Fears that a nuclear reactor in Japan may be in the midst of a partial meltdown is shaking financial markets.
The Senate has approved a bill that would require law enforcement to collect DNA from suspects arrested on felony charges.
Authorities say an armored car worker who had just made a pickup at a north DeKalb County grocery store was shot and killed as he left the store.
Stocks have closed sharply lower as the nuclear crisis in Japan weighed on global markets.
Two arrests have been made in connection with a burglary last week at Chicopee Crossing Condominiums on Creek Bottom Court.
Personal trainer Greg Cochran of The Fitness Forum on Thompson Bridge Road in Gainesville pulled a Ford F-150 pickup truck provided by Greene Ford over a quarter of a mile - 1350 feet to be exact.
Georgia Tech has fired Paul Hewitt after his fourth losing season in the last six years.
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