Augusta's controversial stormwater utility fee goes for a second and final Augusta Commission vote Tuesday.
Georgia Regents University and Augusta are on a “two-way street” where they should work together to become great, new GRU President Brooks Keel said.
Two giant freight shipments called "mega loads" passing through the area had transportation officials issuing warnings about traffic stoppages and slowdowns across a six-county stretch of I-20.
A manager at the Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center in Augusta who faces federal charges in connection with veterans' medical care was jailed Monday for violating bond.
Highway laws can vary from state to state, but that's no excuse to break them. South Carolina law enforcement officials have seen plenty of misconception and oversights.
ATLANTA — Georgia law enforcement agencies have swamped the state crime lab with requests to provide DNA analysis on “rape kits,” the gear used to gather evidence in sexual assault cases.
Whether a pending federal lawsuit against a for-profit private probation company survives the first major legal hurdle is now up to a judge.
Sitting in U.S. District Court in Augusta, Judge Dudley H. Bowen Jr. heard arguments Monday in the suit filed by Philip Keen against Judicial Alternatives of Georgia.
SAVANNAH, Ga. - A Democratic legislator says construction and movie-production companies are tax frauds and insists that the Department of Labor needs more inspectors to police worker misclassification.
The Pentagon's plea for Americans not to take up arms to guard military recruitment centers did not stop Martinez resident Jim Stachowiak from doing just that Monday.
Georgia public school students won't have to take as many tests in the upcoming school year, the state Department of Education announced Monday.