While nationally the rate has been increasing, Georgia has actually been heading in the opposite direction.
Administrative appointments have resulted in changes in leadership at two Evans schools.
A $25,000 donation from the Rotary Club allowed the Augusta Canal Authority to replace outdated equipment in the theater at the Canal Discovery Center.
Athletes training for the Ironman 70.3 triathlon should be able to brave the Savannah River after a mysterious substance forced a "do not swim" order.
Two Vietnam War soldiers received the Medal of Honor, nearly 50 years after they put themselves in harm's way to protect their brothers.
Two significant city appointments return to the forefront at a regular Tuesday meeting of the Augusta Commission. Commissioner Ben Hasan, just appointed to the District 6 commission seat last month after the resignation of Joe Jackson, placed a discussion about appointing a city administrator on Tuesday's meeting agenda.
Ian Buckley went into the Savannah River to help a woman whose kayak had sunk. He never imagined that he'd find himself battling necrotizing fasciitis.
Despite winning five consecutive terms in the House, a recent electoral projection suggests Rep. John Barrow’s luck will run out in the 12th Congressional District this year.
With rain clouds looming overhead, the second annual Ann N. Johnson UNCF Jazz Festival kicked off Sunday without so much as a hiccup.