A cigarette or static electricity may be to blame for a fatal explosion at an oil facility in this south Jackson County city Sunday night, authorities said Monday, but state officials considered the incident to be an accident.
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The concept of a regional jail, which could house inmates from several Athens-area counties, appears to be dead.
Authorities responding to a call of shots fired stumbled on what they say was a cockfighting and rooster breeding operation in the city of Arcade.
Investigators searching for a Winterville woman missing since July 2002 found human remains Monday in the general location where her former boyfriend claimed he buried her body more than two years ago, authorities said.
Authorities dug up the 13th hole of a Braselton golf course on Tuesday looking for the body of a Winterville woman missing since July 2002.
Commerce City Schools officials could begin to randomly drug test students’ saliva – whether or not they show signs of using illicit substances.
A Pendergrass police officer was shot and killed Wednesday evening, following a chase of a pickup truck on U.S. Highway 129, authorities said.
Democratic Senate candidate Denise Majette is proposing a national lottery, saying it could raise more than $105 billion for education over 10 years.
A 15-year-old high school student suspended for wearing facial piercings to school has hired an attorney, and an injunction could be filed in attempt to allow the student to return to class.
With the approval to use unallocated funds, the Roswell Fire Department has ensured the necessary funding to move towards completion of Phase Two of the Public Safety Training Facility, located at the corner of Maxwell and Hembree roads.