In response to the havoc caused by the massive Golden Ray carrier that sank off the Georgia coast three years ago, commercial fishermen are suing the cargo ship owner and manager and the company responsible for the lengthy salvage operation.
While abortion care is in the headlines, a new report says accessing other health-care services is a challenge for many women in Georgia.
After years of lobbying by the agricultural industry, state lawmakers this year passed a controversial measure meant to help keep farmers out of the courtroom.
Sharp disagreement over whether to expand Medicaid in Georgia – a state with one of the highest uninsured rates in the country – was one of the defining issues in the governor’s race in 2018.
A Fulton County judge has ordered Gov. Brian Kemp to testify in a special grand jury investigation into former President Donald Trump and associates’ attempts to interfere in the 2020 election.
Little St. Simons Island is a barrier island sitting just off the Georgia coast sprawling a wide 11,000 acres of wilderness with a 20 acre lodge to rest one’s weary head.
The two candidates vying to lead Georgia’s public schools shared a stage Thursday to sound off on the top issues facing teachers and students at a forum sponsored by the Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education.
The last two years have not been easy for Georgia’s solar manufacturers and installers. Thanks to trade disputes with foreign producers, the availability of panels has been strictly managed, while shifting policies on the federal and state levels have left the market in uncertainty.
While the historic $1.337 billion jackpot went to a ticket sold in Illinois, two Georgians were graced by lady luck last Saturday when the Mega Millions Lottery announced that two of the 26 matching tickets for $1 million dollars came right from Georgia.
Scientists at the University of Georgia (UGA) are pioneering a new type of COVID-19 vaccine, one that could be conveniently taken as a nasal spray, and they’re making progress fast.