Bass Pro Shop Gun Thieves Admit Guilt, Await Sentencing

All three defendants involved in the theft of nine firearms from a Macon-based federal firearms licensee are now awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to...

Former Equifax employee in Georgia sentenced for insider trading

Jun Ying, the former Chief Information Officer of Equifax U.S. Information Solutions, has been sentenced to federal prison for insider trading.

Georgia Distributor Cited by OSHA for Chemical and Other Hazards

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited Woodgrain Millwork Co. – operating as Woodgrain Distribution Inc. – for...

GE Appliances Grows in Georgia with $130 Million Investment, 300 New Jobs

Governor Brian P. Kemp announced last week that GE Appliances (GEA), a Haier company, is significantly expanding its operations in Georgia through three significant...

Georgia Executive Appointed to President’s Advisory Council on Doing Business in Africa

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross announced that the Department of Commerce, on behalf of President Donald J. Trump, has appointed 26 members to...

GA Medicaid Provider to Provide Services Beyond Coverage

The new benefits include free baby food, tutoring programs, and SAT preparation assistance and are part of Amerigroup’s mission to "improve lives and communities." The company, which has the state's largest Medicaid contract, says there is "no cost."

Georgia’s unemployment rate falls again in May

Georgia’s added 2,600 jobs in May, pushing the total to 4.59 million jobs. That number is up more than 69,000 from the same time last year.

Georgia Awarded Gold Shovel for Jobs and Investment

Governor Brian P. Kemp announced this week that Georgia has been awarded a Gold Shovel by Area Development Magazine for generating the most jobs...

Former Georgia stockbroker sentenced for defrauding clients

Kelly instead took his victims’ money and used it for personal expenses, to include mortgage payments, Super Bowl tickets, vacations, and significant cash withdrawals - to the tune of $1.4 million.

Georgia Company Cited by OSHA After Employee Suffers Heat-Related Injury

The company faces $21,311 in penalties, including the maximum penalty allowed by law for the heat-related violation.