A wide-ranging bill moving Georgia to voting machines with electronic ballot markers that print a paper record has been introduced in the Georgia House.
An unlicensed landfill just south of the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta has been burning for nearly five months, sending sulfur-scented smoke throughout the area.
School officials say 21 students from a middle school south of Atlanta have been taken to hospitals after eating candy and snacks on Valentine's Day.
One of Georgia's most powerful lawmakers is accused of using his office to delay court cases for criminal defendants he represented as an attorney.
A federal labor union says some of its members found what it called a "racist book open and on display" in a Republican Georgia congressman's Washington office.
Federal prosecutors say 27 Houston residents have been indicted in the investigation of nearly $2.8 million stolen from ATMs in robberies targeting technicians servicing cash machines.
U.S. House Democrats are bringing a voting rights inquiry to Georgia as they look into allegations of voter suppression during the 2018 elections.
Rabid fox attacks at Georgia Tech in Atlanta have parts of the university's campus taped-off like a crime scene and students taking different routes walking to class.
Authorities have revealed new evidence in their case against a Georgia man charged with killing a high school teacher who disappeared more than 13 years ago.
A hearse was struck and flipped several times during a funeral procession in metro Atlanta. Police say the man who hit it is charged with DUI, drug and traffic offenses.
Local utility cooperatives would be authorized to provide broadband in an effort to boost internet access in rural areas, under legislation that has won unanimous support in the Georgia House.
A federal appeals court has upheld a lower court's order to unseal the transcripts in grand jury proceedings in the brazen lynching of two black couples in rural Georgia more than 70 years ago.
Georgia's attorney general says he plans to prosecute a former spokeswoman for the Atlanta mayor's office who's accused of violating the state's open records law.
The U.S. Marshals Service is now offering a $5,000 reward for information that leads to the capture of a disbarred Georgia attorney believed to have killed his mother.