Construction on Columbia County school campuses is expected to continue for a few years.
According to an annual survey, 80 percent of Georgians report being at least somewhat prepared for a large-scale disaster or emergency, a 27 percent increase since the Ready Georgia campaign launched in 2008.
ATLANTA - Republicans' long-held goal of ending or reducing the state income tax could wind up hurting the state's finances by scaring bond investors.
Investigators still aren't sure who unleashed a barrage of bullets that killed 17-year-old Jasmine Bianca Hollins and wounded three others on 11th Street in what was believed to be a retaliatory shooting.
Augusta has a long history of regularly going to the blazes, and the evidence of fires is everywhere.
A truncated dome was lifted up from the pavement at 10th and Broad Streets creating a possible trip hazard.
The Duke restaurant on Walton Way has been gone for years, but many still fondly recall the experience of eating there.
Has Sheriff Richard Roundtree's emphasis on traffic enforcement influenced driver behavior? Some officials say it might have, but it's probably too early to see a lasting impact.
Georgia Regents University acknowledged in a statement that it has been placed on probation by the Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care International.
Augusta has entered the digital age in politics with Secure Augusta's Future, Say No to SPLOST Augusta, One Tax Over the Line and iloveaug.org.