Election Results: Cagle and Kemp head to runoff

Updated at 10:35 p.m.: With 122 of Georgia’s 159 counties reporting, Casey Cagle and Brian Kemp have secured their spots in the republican runoff for Georgia governor. The winner of that race will face democrat Stacey Abrams in the November election. Cagle garnered

Inmate killed in morning traffic accident

An inmate who was assigned to work detail in Gwinnett County was struck and killed by a motorist Wednesday morning while he was following behind the work detail bus on foot. The inmate has been identified as Hunter O’Conner, a 22 year-old

Deal signs transit bill into law

Gov. Nathan Deal today signed the long-awaited transit bill, legislation that creates the state-level Atlanta-region Transit Link Authority, known as the ATL, which provides a new structure for coordinated transit planning and funding for the 13-county metro Atlanta region. The ATL will

Yes, you’re paying more for gas. Here’s why

Unless you own an electric car, walk or bike to work, you’ve had to fill up your tank at some point this month. Chances are, you experienced some sticker shock at the pump. It isn’t your imagination, gas prices have been on

6 Things About Georgia We Didn’t Know Last Week (April 3)

It may be Spring Break for students throughout Georgia, but that doesn’t mean the learning has to slow down. Over the course of the last week, we’ve learned some big news and some trivial tidbits about our state. Georgia's Ports are a

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