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First Financial Holdings, Inc. announced on Monday its plan to join five brands under one unified name – South State Bank.
President Nicolas Maduro's government on Monday gave three U.S. Embassy officials 48 hours to leave the country, accusing the Obama administration of siding with student protesters that Venezuela accuses of inciting violence.
Ralph Richardson, Jr. has announced plans to run for the District 3 post of the Jackson County Board of Commissioners.
A warrant has been issued for the man identified in a Holly Springs Road convenience store robbery that happened Thursday night.
A Winder man has been convicted of beating a former Pensacola newspaper reporter to death with a hammer and burying his body in a concrete-covered pit in Barrow County.
Most states are still lagging when it comes to sign-ups under President Barack Obama's health care law, but an Associated Press analysis of numbers reported Wednesday finds a dozen getting ahead of the game.
Dozens of shelters have been opened statewide to keep people warm.
The murder trial of a man charged in the beating death of a former Pensacola News Journal reporter began Monday with jury selection.
Police are investigating a shooting that took place inside a suburban Atlanta grocery store.
A Georgia man has been found guilty but mentally ill after threatening to eat the family of a judge in metro Atlanta.
The top federal prosecutor in northern Georgia and the state's governor say the state and federal governments need to focus on helping former prisoners readjust to life outside prison.
A metro Atlanta man has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for driving drunk during a crash that killed his teenage daughter and left another one of his daughters critically injured.
Philip Seymour Hoffman suffered from a chronic medical condition that required ongoing treatment. An admitted drug addict who first sought professional help more than two decades ago, Hoffman apparently succumbed to his illness with an overdose despite a return to rehab last March.
Freed by a recent legal deal with government lawyers, major technology firms released new data Monday on how often they are ordered to turn over customer information for secret national security investigations - figures that show that the government collected data on thousands of Americans.
For investors February is starting out just as rough as January.
Gov. Nathan Deal says he will announce the members of the Severe Weather Warning Task Force during a news conference Monday afternoon at the Statehouse.
Georgia Department of Transportation officials say they're supporting a proposal to give the agency the option of raising speed limits on metro Atlanta interstates.
Smoke from a cooking fire at the Enota Gardens Apartments late Thursday afternoon, and an unanswered knock on the door by a concerned neighbor, led to a 911 call to the Gainesville Fire Department.
Georgia Senate Democrats say top priorities of their legislative agenda include addressing the state's income gap and supporting working and middle class families.
The University of North Georgia swore in a new Director of Public Safety in a ceremony held at UNG's Dahlonega Campus on Tuesday.
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