Ethics, abortion and casino gambling are among the issues Georgia's Republican and Democratic parties are asking their voters to weigh in on this primary election season.
Aimee Copeland had her makeup done, joked with her doctors and hugged her nurses before she left a Georgia hospital Monday, just two months after she was infected with a rare life-threatening, flesh-eating disease.
The state ethics commission has delayed ruling on several complaints against Gov. Nathan Deal, whose attorney is seeking guidance from the agency to resolve two of the issues.
Gov. Nathan Deal has signed legislation that would require some people applying for welfare in Georgia to pass a drug test before they could get benefits.
Georgia Labor Commissioner Mark Butler said Thursday that the state's unemployment rate has declined for the sixth month in a row.
House Democrats are split on a proposed constitutional amendment that would give the state the power to create charter schools — jeopardizing the bill’s prospects for passage in the chamber.
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Georgia lawmakers will also consider the state’s problem with correctional facilities’ overcrowding.
Defiant demonstrators are vowing to stay in a downtown park as part of the Occupy Atlanta movement, creating a political quandary for city officials and police who want them to leave.
Hundreds help civil rights leader celebrate his 90th birthday in Atlanta Sunday.
Secretary of State Brian Kemp will announce that Georgia will hold its presidential primary on Super Tuesday, officials at the state Capitol have told The Associated Press.
Confusion erupted at the state Capitol on Wednesday as an effort stalled to push back until the 2012 general election the public vote on a proposed tax hike for transportation.
Martin Luther King Jr.'s memorial on the National Mall in Washington will be dedicated Sunday.
Georgia Senators leave their 2011 session with no leader.
The Georgia NAACP claims in a lawsuit that lack of funding for black colleges in the state have resulted in second-class schools. - Errin Haines, The Associated Press