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As the race for Georgia's open Senate seat narrows, Republican David Perdue is working to rally his base of supporters and getting some megawatt help from conservative hero, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz.
State School Superintendent John Barge says he is applying for a position as superintendent of Rome City Schools in northwest Georgia.
Georgians who haven't found time to vote early during the workweek have a chance to cast ballots this weekend.
Athens-Clarke County Assistant Police Chief Carter Greene has been named the department's interim chief.
The Democratic lieutenant governor candidates from Florida, Texas and Nevada all have colorful biographies: a Colombian-born business executive; a pharmacist-turned-veteran lawmaker; and a juvenile delinquent-turned-lawyer.
A Washington state high school cafeteria worker tried to stop a gunman who opened fire at the school north of Seattle, killing one girl and badly wounding four others, authorities said Saturday.
North Georgia Congressman Doug Collins praised Emory Hospital in Atlanta today for it's care of Ebola patients.
A Gwinnett County Sheriff's Deputy was arrested Thursday for driving under the influence (DUI) and two counts of DUI - child endangerment.
He seemed lost, "did not fit in," had drug problems, and went more than five years without seeing his mother. In recent weeks, he had been living at a homeless shelter and had talked about wanting to go to Libya - or Syria - but became agitated when he couldn't get a passport.
Habitat for Humanity of Hall County has announced that veteran Charmaine Smith has been selected for the "Home for a Hero" project.
The FBI said Tuesday that it's investigating the possibility that three teenage girls from the Denver area tried to travel to Syria to join Islamic State extremists.
Dawson County Emergency Services trained and prepared responders for any potential Ebola cases in the county.
An Ebola patient who's been treated in Atlanta since early September has been released, hospital officials said Monday.
Police investigating the slayings of seven northwestern Indiana women whose bodies were found over the weekend said Monday they believe it is the work of a serial killer, and that the suspect has indicated there could be more victims going back 20 years.
Doctors who survived Ebola in Nigeria credited heavy doses of fluids with saving their lives as the World Health Organization declared the country Ebola-free Monday, a rare victory in the battle against the disease that is ravaging West Africa.
Oakwood City Council members gave final approval Monday afternoon to an almost 50-percent tax increase at a called meeting.
NASCAR race fans Kevin Lane and Ashlea Leggett got married on the Talladega Superspeedway infield before the GEICO 500 Sunday.
Nine people were arrested Thursday in two separate drug raids in Barrow County.
U.S. stock indexes are closing out a wild week with a big gain.
In a draft document, the World Health Organization has acknowledged that it botched attempts to stop the now-spiraling Ebola outbreak in West Africa, blaming factors including incompetent staff and a lack of information.
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