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Disaster assistance has been made available to multiple Georgia counties by The Federal Emegency Management Agency for areas impacted by the tornado outbreak on Thursday.
Gov. Brian Kemp attended the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland on Tuesday to speak on foreign and domestic policy.
In honor of the 2023 Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, President Joe Biden and Sen. Raphael Warnock on Sunday delivered messages of unity from MLK's historic pulpit at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta.
Gov. Brian Kemp, who was inaugurated to his second term on Thursday, released his proposed state budget. Georgia now projects it will collect $32.6 billion this year, a surplus of $2.4 billion.
In what the Justice Department is calling the largest indictment in the history of the Southern District of Georgia, Federal prosecutors in Southeast Georgia have charged 76 people with operating a drug distribution network of opioids and other controlled substances in Glynn County.
A South Korean solar panel maker plans to invest more than $2.5 billion to build factories in Georgia in what officials say is the largest solar investment in U.S. history.
Popular Texas-based fast food chain Whataburger opened its first metro Atlanta franchise in Kennesaw, attracting long lines of customers day and night.
For years, Dionne Monique hid her breast cancer diagnosis and treatment from her young son, in her mind protecting him from the realities of her chemotherapy and hundreds of doctor visits. It's a decision that the 45-year-old Decatur resident regrets....
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Atlanta Civic Circle have partnered to launch Georgia Decides, a digital, nonpartisan voter guide for Georgia’s 2022 general election.
Decatur Beer festival is back this weekend after a two-year hiatus with a new name.