Fleets should be allowed to use hair samples as part of a federally mandated drug-screening program for commercial drivers, American Trucking Associations (ATA) President and CEO Bill Graves said.
Authorities across Georgia are preparing to step up patrols for the Labor Day holiday weekend, hoping to crack down on the number of drunken drivers on the roads this holiday.
The husband of a former DeKalb County commissioner has been sentenced to a year and a day in federal prison for conspiring to steal county money, authorities said.
A national debate over the use of Confederate symbols continues to rage. But, what about the thousands of monuments scattered across the country?
A state senator from Atlanta wants the Atlanta Convention and Visitor’s Bureau to ask a private restaurant to not reinstall the Confederate emblem.
A growing chorus of community leaders is urging the state of Georgia to pardon Leo Frank.
One century after a mob lynched the Jewish superintendent of National Pencil Co., the Leo Frank case still resonates and intrigues people.
Rescue crews have located the wreckage of a passenger plane that crashed in Indonesia, but weather and a remote location of the crash site is hampering recovery efforts, according to news reports.
The Atlanta Braves today informed the city of Atlanta they will vacate Turner Field following the end of the 2016 season and relocate to Cobb County.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a condemned Georgia woman who says an extended delay of her execution was cruel and unusual punishment.