A judge ordered a battery of psychiatric tests for an ex-national guardsman charged with impersonating a U.S. Army soldier at Fort Gordon after he convinced military officials to hand him high-tech equipment.
DULUTH, Ga. - Former Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin is paying a visit to Georgia tonight to help raise money for a ministry serving those with special needs.
COLUMBIA - South Carolina legislators are returning to the Statehouse today to wrap up work on the state budget and deal with Gov. Mark Sanford's remaining vetoes.
Several Augusta Commissioners and Mayor Deke Copenhaver enjoyed a weekend of training, social events and entertainment at Georgia Municipal Association's annual convention in Savannah.
MABLETON, Ga. — Roy Barnes likes land, and he's been on a real estate buying spree since being ousted from the governor's mansion in 2002.
AIKEN -- Aiken County schools will showcase student creativity tonight and Tuesday as the summer GATEWAY program wraps.
AIKEN -- Aiken City Council members will go back to the drawing board to discuss its 1-cent capital sales tax III allocations tonight.
SAN FRANCISCO — Online ticket marketplace StubHub, which is owned by Web retailer Ebay Inc., has added University of Georgia to its partnership roster.
ATLANTA — A divided Georgia Supreme Court issued new orders Monday for how judges should assess speedy trial complaints.
ATLANTA -- Supreme Court Justice David Nahmias was among the first judicial candidates to qualify this morning for the non-partisan elections on November's ballot.
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