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The 22-year-old security guard charged in a shooting spree that left one woman dead and two others wounded in Atlanta has waived his initial court appearance.
Searchers have found the body of a 44-year-old Gwinnett County woman who went missing a week ago
A security guard in shirt and tie opened fire on three women Friday in a parking deck in a bustling Atlanta business district, killing one and wounding two, police said.
Regulators on Friday shut down two small banks in Georgia and one in Florida, boosting to 54 the number of U.S. bank failures this year.
Hall County will have a new County Administrator effective immediately.
Executives with the parent company of Thermo King in the small Georgia town of Louisville say they will close the plant, which employs 235 people, by next year.
The thefts of outside air conditioning units from churches in Bartow, Gilmer, Cherokee and Pickens counties have police investigating.
Two conservation groups on Wednesday urged the Alabama Legislature to adopt a plan to ensure that the state has a healthy river system and plenty of drinking water.
Gwinnett County firefighters were called to the report of a power pole on fire on Suwanee Dam Road at Johnson Road.
The Hall County Library Board of Trustees met Tuesday night to finalize their decisions regarding difficult personnel moves necessitated by the recently passed Hall County budget.
The Hall County Commission is divided over what the future holds for the county owned landfill, compactor sites, and recycling centers.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal has raked in more than $559,000 this year for an expected re-election bid in 2014.
Pittsburgh Steelers star wide receiver Hines Ward has been arrested in Georgia on a drunk driving charge.
The Dawson County Board of Commissioners and the Etowah Valley Sporting Clay Park have reached a compromise agreement over a 2006 Superior Court case that involved a nuisance complaint by the county claiming excessive noise.
Payments to doctors in Georgia who treat Medicaid patients are being cut as the state wrestles with the loss of hundreds of millions of federal stimulus dollars.
Thousands of marchers stormed the Georgia Capitol on Saturday to protest the state's new immigration law, which they say creates an unwelcome environment for people of color and those in search of a better life.
The Old Clarkesville Cemetery needs some help.
State Transportation Board awards school fund to city of Statham.
Dahlonega has been awarded $10,000 by the Liberty Mutual Insurance Company to help sponsor their Fourth of July festivities.
"Follow the Constitution. Population should be your only criteria. Donít break up communities or counties."
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