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2 adults killed, 4 children hurt in car crash near Atlanta

MABLETON, Georgia  (AP) - Police in Atlanta's suburbs say two people were killed and four children injured in a car crash. Cobb County police say...

Miss Georgia 2016 crowned in Columbus

COLUMBUS, Georgia (AP) - A new Miss Georgia has been crowned in Columbus. Media outlets report that Patricia Ford, Miss Capital City, won the title...
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3 indicted for role in ex-Waffle House CEO sex tape case

ATLANTA, Georgia (AP) - A woman and her attorneys have been charged with secretly videotaping her having sex with a former CEO of Waffle...

Woman dies after being hit by moving vehicle in suburban Atlanta

MARIETTA, Ga. (AP) - Police say two people accused in the death of a hair salon employee whose body was dumped behind an auto...

Georgia lawmaker plans Orlando shooting memorial concert

ATLANTA, Georgia (AP) - Georgia's first openly gay lawmaker is hosting a memorial concert for the 49 people killed and others wounded in the...

Alligator sighting prompts beach closures on Tybee Island

TYBEE ISLAND, Georgia (AP) - Authorities have closed some beaches along the Georgia coast as a precaution after a large alligator was spotted near...

Judge declines to rule in dispute over MLK Bible, Nobel

ATLANTA, Georgia (AP) - An ownership dispute over the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Nobel Peace Prize and traveling Bible is one step closer...

Governor Nathan Deal appoints new member to State Parole Board

ATLANTA, Georgia  (AP) - Gov. Nathan Deal has appointed a new member of the Georgia State Board of Pardons and Parole. Deal on Thursday appointed...

Agency recommends Paine College to lose accreditation

AUGUSTA, Georgia (AP) - An accrediting agency has recommended that Paine College in Augusta lose its accreditation after the college failed to meet standards...

Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton criticized for election rhetoric’s

ATLANTA, Georgia (AP) - Put two former presidents in a room, and the conversation is bound to turn to politics. Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter...

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