A Georgia Senator just introduced a bill to ban both styrofoam containers and plastic bags in stores and restaurants.
Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan negoitated to sell a health care app concept to a state health care vendor.
Shortly after a presidential news conference Wednesday, the government announced a worrisome development — a new U.S. case that hasn't been linked to travel abroad.
Legislation that would prevent new landfills from being built near the Satilla River in southeast Georgia is advancing at the state Capitol.
The state needs to do more to help people who can’t pay for lawyers, and to aid the mental health of lawyers and judges, the chief justice of Georgia’s Supreme Court said Wednesday.
Supporters of broadening a Georgia program that pays for special education students to attend private schools say changes would meet its original mission, while opponents say it’s another attack on the state’s public schools.
Georgia lawmakers could change how vehicle tax revenue is split among cities, counties and school districts.
Georgia’s governor and agriculture commissioner on Wednesday announced that $347 million in federal disaster relief funding would soon be available to farmers, nearly a year and a half after Hurricane Michael caused billions of dollars in damage to southwest Georgia.
President Donald Trump says he'll discuss the coronavirus threat at a White House news conference on Wednesday.
In a state where elections and litigation are intertwined, add this to Florida's ballot box saga: A pair of Floridians are asking a court to remove Sen. Bernie Sanders, the Democratic front-runner for president, from the state's March 17 primary ballot.
The last debate before a crucial stage of the primaries was an often unruly affair as the Democratic presidential contenders powered past the moderators in a scramble to take credit and occasionally dodge blame on a range of subjects.
Democrats held their final debate before the South Carolina presidential primary and the critical Super Tuesday contests that follow three days later.
Trump said “we have very few people with it." A “lot of talent” and a “lot of brainpower” is being tapped for the coronavirus response.
Bernie Sanders is facing an unprecedented assault from his Democratic rivals as the party's turbulent nomination fight threatens to explode on the debate stage.
Do you like to spring forward and fall back? Some state lawmakers want to put it to a vote.
President Donald Trump says he's optimistic about the prospects of inking a trade deal with India. Trump commented on the final day of his two-day visit to the country.
Egypt's state TV says the country's former President Hosni Mubarak, ousted in the 2011 Arab Spring uprising, has died at 91.
Georgia senators voted Monday to let people build homes that could be flooded by dams without raising safety standards for the upstream dam.
Election integrity activists are raising concerns about Georgia’s new voting machines, saying the large, bright, vertical touchscreens allow other people in the room to see a voter’s selections in violation of ballot secrecy provisions in state law.
Georgia’s state Senate passed legislation Monday that would protect some patients from receiving unexpected medical bills.