ATLANTA — A federal appeals panel upheld stiff prison sentences given to a Miami doctor and a nurse who worked at a bogus HIV clinic involved in a multimillion dollar Medicare fraud.
ATLANTA -- Teachers and administrators across the state are seeing for the first time this fall a database that can track every student from prekindergarten through college.
ATLANTA - Georgia's largest school system has won the nation's top prize in public education, which will provide $1 million in college scholarships for needy students in the district.
FORSYTH, Ga. — The two major party candidates for governor differed over whether Georgia's pension plans should tap high-risk investments like venture capital and hedge funds.
COLUMBIA — Casual in-home poker games do not violate a state law against card or dice games, one of South Carolina's top prosecutors argued Tuesday.
OS ANGELES — Tom Bosley, who protrayed the patient, understanding father on television's long-running "Happy Days," has died. He was 83.
ATLANTA — The Justice Department has reached an agreement with Georgia over a long-running case involving state psychiatric hospitals.
SAVANNAH, Ga. — A judge is trying to block a Georgia death row inmate who claims he was wrongly convicted from appealing to a federal panel in Atlanta.
CHARLESTON, S.C. — Beavers are back in the streams and lakes of South Carolina and they've been as busy as, well, beavers.
ATLANTA — A federal appeals court has upheld a jury's verdict that the organizers of the 2006 Florida Ironman were not responsible for the death of a 35-year-old Montana man who collapsed during the race.
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