Recent Articles by Marc Eggers
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A bus driver in Atlanta has been arrested on charges that he forgot to drop off a 5-year-old boy found crying outside the driver's home.
Lawyers have accused Atlanta police of erasing e-mails, text messages and cell phone photos that could shed light on a police raid on a gay bar that triggered a lawsuit.
Georgia's 10 percent unemployment - 36th consecutive month exceeding the national unemployment rate of 9.6 percent.
The Georgia Department of Transportation announces weekend work concludes this weekend on the big green bridge, Boling Bridge on State Route 53 over Lake Lanier.
A church in Decatur is trying to replace up to $14,000 in stolen electronics and cash after thieves targeted it three times.
Federal environmental authorities have added two hazardous waste sites in the Southeast to the Superfund National Priorities List.
U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood plans to present a check Wednesday for $47.6 million to the city for use on the streetcar project.
Systemax Inc. has opened a distribution center in Jackson County that will create about 400 jobs.
A Lithonia police officer shot and wounded a man accused of opening fire during a traffic stop.
The city of Atlanta is one of 23 communities around the country selected to receive a grant from federal environmental authorities to clean up contaminated sites.
The Gainesville School Board Monday evening voted to move quickly towards new state-mandated anti-bullying policies as well as establishing approved guidelines for seclusion or restraint of students.
Police in College Park are searching for Eric Lamar Carr, accused of fatally shooting a store owner during a robbery last week.
Paul Wayne Godfrey, candidate for Post One of the Hall County Commission, has accused his opponent, Craig Lutz, of embellishing his military record.
University of Georgia officials hope a plan that provides more parking space for scooters will keep students from driving the contraptions on sidewalks.
Bishop Eddie Long is being sued over a 2007 business deal involving a gym in Jonesboro.
The Duluth City Council has approved an ordinance that expands the boundaries where beer and wine can be sold and consumed during special events in the Gwinnett County city's downtown district.
An elderly man in southwest Georgia is dead after being stung more than 100 times by honeybees while cleaning a yard.
The Oakwood City Council has joined the parade of other local taxing entities in the area by announcing that the city's tax rate will not increase.
Georgia running back Caleb King has become the school's 11th football player to be arrested this year.
Atlanta's Kasim Reed is one of a group of mayors scheduled to meet with President Barack Obama to discuss transportation issues.
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