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The execution of the first female in Georgia in 70 years was on hold Monday as the U.S. Supreme Court reviewed last-minute arguments by her lawyers that they hoped would persuade the nation's top justices to grant a stay.
The Supreme Court of Georgia (SCOGA) is scheduled to hear an Elbert County landfill case Tuesday.
Hall County deputy sheriff AnMarie Martin will deliver the keynote address later this year for the Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials (GALEO) Power Breakfast.
A bill aimed at restricting North Korea's access to hard currency passed a legislative hurdle Friday as pressure grows in Congress for tougher action over Pyongyang's nuclear program and alleged involvement in a hacking attack on Sony Pictures.
Governor Nathan Deal has declared a state of emergency for disaster preparedness in 50 north Georgia counties ahead of a winter storm that is expected to arrive on Wednesday.
Snow was blowing across highways in the north Georgia mountains and ice coated cars in some of metro's Atlanta's northern suburbs as the latest winter storm struck the state Tuesday.
Governor Nathan Deal has ordered a two-hour delayed opening Tuesday morning for several area state offices following the issuance of a winter storm warning from the National Weather Service.
The City of Flowery Branch expects to open bids March 9 on the extension of Lights Ferry Road and some related work.
The City of Suwanee will officially kick off its second update to the Downtown Master Plan at a community meeting at City Hall at 6:30 p.m. March 5. Originally adopted in 2002 and last updated in 2009, the Downtown Master Plan provided the foundation for development of Town Center.
Just before the ice storm hit this past week, a potential Republican presidential candidate made his way to Atlanta to talk to industry leaders about their concerns on America's economy and other issues.
A SWAT standoff in Barrow County ended peacefully this afternoon with the arrest of a Bethlehem man.
Thousands of people signing up for health insurance this weekend may not realize it, but their coverage under President Barack Obama's law could be short-lived.
Gwinnett County firefighters spent several hours Tuesday evening handling a massive fire that broke out inside of the former site of the Buford Tannery.
President Barack Obama's nominee to serve as U.S. drug ``czar'' won unanimous approval in the Senate Monday as lawmakers vowed to curb an epidemic that results in more than 40,000 deaths a year from overdoses of prescription painkillers, heroin and other substances.
Hall County Probate Court is preparing to launch a Court Visitor's Program to support individuals who wards of the state and have limited or no family and friend support in their lives.
An undercover investigation that was prompted by a recent Craigslist advertisement has culminated with the arrest of a Gainesville man on multiple charges.
Some key dates associated with the March 17 Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) referendum in Hall County are fast-approaching, including the last day to register to vote.
A Lawrenceville residence has been deemed a total loss following a house fire Thusday evening.
Health care offers attractive growth opportunities for cyber criminals looking to steal reams of personal information, as the hacking of a database maintained by the second-largest U.S. health insurer proves.
Southern Co. expects the firms building its new nuclear plant in Georgia will pay $240 million in damages if the construction schedule slips another year-and-a-half, power company CEO Thomas Fanning said Wednesday.
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