ATLANTA — A federal judge has approved a settlement requiring Atlanta to pay $1 million and change police policy to end a lawsuit over a raid on a gay bar.
AIKEN -- A portion of Aiken High students were evacuated from the building Wednesday after a minor fire was started just 30 minutes before the end of school.
Tony Kirkland, a dispatcher with the North Augusta Department of Public Safety, was cited Tuesday afternoon for excellence in his work, receiving the Bob Wylds Sr. Beacon Award.
WASHINGTON — A man who claimed to be Georgia Congressman Jack Kingston, of Savannah, was charged with unlawful possession of a congressional pin, a symbol that allows members to bypass Capitol security.
A Jefferson County man charged in the dumping of a truckload of dead dogs along a rural road last week remains in the Burke County Jail under a $39,000 bond.
The Richmond County School System's Alternative Education Program will hold an open house from 6 toi 7:30 p.m. Dec. 15 to celebrate students' successes, the district announced.
CHARLESTON, S.C. — Police say a parrot's comments led to charges in a 98-year-old woman's death.
ATLANTA — Metro Atlanta's public transit system is teaming up with police to increase security around a station downtown.
CARNESVILLE, Ga. -- Investigators are reviewing other break-in cases as they continue to search for whoever stole cash and checks from the northeast Georgia's Franklin County Justice Center last week.
ATHENS, Ga. -- Zaxby's corporate management has ruled no harm, no fowl in the case of the pilfered 12-foot inflatable chicken.
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