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Federal officials say a regional director of Veterans Affairs facilities in Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina plans to retire in the near future.
Atlanta's fire chief has been suspended after city officials say he violated policy by self-publishing a book that describes homosexuality as a "perversion."
The head of Georgia's emergency management agency has been reassigned to a deputy position, months after becoming the public face of the state's weak response to a January storm that trapped motorists on highways in metro Atlanta for hours.
Two men have been arrested in Cleveland during the course of a methamphetamine trafficking investigation.
The rhetoric is barbed, but Republican presidential hopefuls generally fell in line behind the voices of restraint in the wake of President Barack Obama's order blocking deportation for millions of immigrants in the country unlawfully.
Facing still significant differences between the U.S. and Iran, negotiators gave up on last-minute efforts to get a nuclear deal by the Monday deadline and extended their talks for another seven months.
A man wanted on numerous charges in Forsyth County has been taken into custody.
Hundreds of families got in the Christmas spirit before Thanksgiving at the annual Jingle Mingle in Gainesville's Downtown Square.
Damon Gause Parkway and Highway 11 in Jackson County were closed briefly Thursday afternoon after a car accident trapped one person.
Investigators say phone records led them to a man suspected in the death of a 75-year-old woman who was found hogtied in her apartment.
An American man who was jailed over taking an unauthorized photo in the United Arab Emirates has returned to the United States.
A 21-year-old man was arrested last week for child molestation, and he could face additional counts.
Gwinnett Technical College officials have decided to cancel a groundbreaking at the new North Fulton campus in Alpharetta tomorrow.
The Northeast Georgia Medical Center (NGMC) will soon have a pet-patient outdoor visiting area.
A 22-year-old French convert to radical Islam appears in a propaganda video showing a beheaded American aid worker and the deaths of Syrian soldiers, a Paris prosecutor said Monday.
A pontiff who has long championed humble acts - sneaking off to break bread with the homeless as an archbishop and washing the feet of young prisoners early in his papacy - is coming to the City of Brotherly Love.
At first, Dr. Martin Salia thought he had malaria or typhoid. A surgeon working in Sierra Leone, he told his wife back in Maryland that he had a headache and fever. He had two negative tests for Ebola, his wife said. Then the third came back positive.
Police say a Smyrna woman is under arrest for failing to license a personal care home where three disabled men didn't have heat or running water.
Hall County Schools Superintendent Will Schofield is headed to Washington D.C. next week to take part in the ConnectED Initiative education summit.
Atlanta's zoo has received a $20 million matching gift that it will use for a planned expansion.
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