A man was shot because he interrupted a crime called Atlanta 911. He got a recording, "Please hold." It happened again and again.
An alligator believed to have lived in a Georgia swamp since World War II passed away this summer, researchers announced last week.
Multiple gorillas at Zoo Atlanta, including the world's oldest living male gorilla, have tested positive for the virus that causes COVID-19.
The former prosecutor charged with misconduct for her handling of the Ahmaud Arbery case turned herself in to authorities on a felony charge of violating her oath of office and a misdemeanor count of obstructing police.
Allyssa Brooke-Cox said her son suffered a broken jaw, whiplash, and severe concussion after he was attacked during a basketball game. It happened in July at a rec center in Sugar Hill. She's now petitioning the Department of Education to discipline students for off-campus incidents.
Two tragedies in three years have left six boys without their parents.
A Georgia man accused of stealing a mortuary van with a body inside from a crematory parking lot and leading police on a chase has turned himself in to authorities.
Elizabeth Louise Board, a teacher at Godley Station K-8 School in the Savannah-Chatham School District, used the ties Aug. 6 to secure a student to his chair and table, officials alleged.
Delta says it is requiring all unvaccinated employees to get tested weekly for COVID-19 and will charge those on the company's healthcare plan $200 a month starting in November.
Herschel Walker officially filed to run for a Georgia U.S. Senate seat as a Republican on Tuesday, according to Federal Election Commission documents.
Stone Mountain's new logo will exclude the park's giant controversial mountainside carving of Confederate President Jefferson Davis and generals Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee.
A Georgia family is getting some much-needed relief after the father opened up about their struggle with homelessness.
"HE MUST BE IMPEACHED": A congresswoman introduced a trio of impeachment resolutions against President Biden on Friday, calling for him to be removed from office over his handling of the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan and other alleged offenses.
Mrs. Marie Robinson, a Georgia native, celebrated her 100th birthday over the weekend with a few dozen family and friends in Henry County.
A North Carolina couple who has been fighting to get their newly adopted dog into the US from Iraq finally got to meet her Saturday.
State authorities said 14 people were arrested after an investigation uncovered a Georgia charity that touted itself as “sowing America’s future” was actually a multistate street gang exploiting children for profit.
A grand jury has indicted two people in the 2019 death of Imani Bell, a basketball player at Elite Scholars Academy, who collapsed during outdoor conditioning drills in extreme heat.
Atlanta police are searching for a killer after discovering a woman stabbed to death in Piedmont Park overnight Wednesday. A veteran Atlanta police officer said the brutal stabbing was unlike anything he had ever seen before.
The man accused of the deadly Atlanta-area spa shootings will serve life without parole after pleading guilty to multiple murders in Cherokee County. He still faces the death penalty in Fulton County.
A metro Atlanta man was arrested in Southwest Florida after deputies found a 15-year-old girl reported missing from Texas staying at his vacation rental home.