Civil rights advocates are objecting to a proposal to close about 75 percent of polling locations in a predominantly black south Georgia county.
Democratic Party Chairman Tom Perez says he's talked to deputy chairman Keith Ellison about domestic abuse allegations by Ellison's ex-girlfriend.
About nine months after a panel recommended the immediate renaming of Confederate Avenue in Atlanta, city officials are planning a public hearing.
A top aide to former Atlanta mayor Kasim Reed is the latest person scheduled to enter a plea as part of an ongoing federal corruption investigation.
Authorities say tests have confirmed the remains of an unknown person buried in Georgia are those of a 15-year-old boy who ran away from his southeastern Michigan home in 1979.
A lawyer for LeSean McCoy says the eviction proceedings against the Buffalo Bills running back's ex-girlfriend have been finalized and she is no longer living in his Atlanta area home.
A judge has ordered a Georgia congressional candidate convicted of drunken driving to spend the next six months in jail - a sentence that would keep the candidate locked up through Election Day.
A Georgia police chief says an officer was justified in using a Taser to stun an 87-year-old woman after she didn't obey commands to drop a knife in her hand.
A Georgia city will not be moving forward with a plan to build a tennis facility that would've included the largest concentration of clay courts in the nation.
Federal prosecutors in Atlanta say a former lawyer used the identities of three dozen former clients without their knowledge to apply for fraudulent litigation advances.
Georgia teachers and state employees next year won't see the types of rising health care costs seen in many industries in recent years - at least not in 2019.
A Georgia city has decided to ban the Confederate battle flag from its annual Old Soldiers Day Parade, which began decades ago as a tribute to Civil War veterans.