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Georgia Corporal Named State’s Investigative Game Warden of the Year

Catching poachers and other wildlife violators often involves lengthy criminal investigations and requires diligence and skill for Game Wardens. Cpl. Quinn Fogle, who is...

EPA Advances President Trump’s Infrastructure Agenda in the Southeast Through Accelerated Investments in America’s...

"Over the past year, EPA has moved President Trump’s infrastructure agenda forward by working to get the financing, tools and resources EPA’s state, local, tribal and other partners need to modernize outdated water infrastructure while improving local water quality, creating jobs and better protecting public health."

U.S. Department of Labor Fines Georgia Contractor For Trenching Violations; Proposes $106,078 in Penalties

The company was cited for exposing employees to excavation hazards while installing water and sewer lines at a worksite in Acworth, Georgia. The company faces $106,078 in penalties.

U.S. Postal Service Reports Net Loss of $2.1 Billion in Q2

The net loss for the quarter totaled nearly $2.1 billion, an increase of $747 million, compared to a net loss of $1.3 billion for the same quarter last year, however, the controllable loss for the quarter was $806 million, compared to a controllable loss of $656 million for the same quarter last year.

Lt. Governor Cagle to Host Final Health Care Reform Task Force Meeting of 2017

Lt. Governor Casey Cagle – along with Sens. Hufstetler, Unterman, Burke, Hill, Kirkpatrick, Rhett and Watson – will hold a meeting of Georgia’s Health...

Ga Attorney General Announces Indictment Against Former DJJ Employee and Spouse for Stealing More...

The woman and her husband swindled more than $200,000 dollars from the pockets of Georgia taxpayers.

Court Docs: NM Compound defendants planned to attack Georgia hospital

Documents revealed in court on New Mexico indicate that defendants allegedly found to be training children to carry out armed attacks on government institutions had a Georgia hospital in their cross hairs.

GA Democratic congressional candidate, and nudist retreat operator, said he will campaign in jail

Democratic congressional candidate, and nudist retreat owner, said he will continue to campaign from jail.

Georgia Attorney General urges Georgia consumers to protect cyber presence

Georgia's AG encourages Georgians to protect themselves online.

Drawing Social Security? You’re getting a raise, but….

Social Security benefits increase by 2.8 percent.