Isakson, Perdue Urge Senate, House Leaders to Immediately Fund Agriculture Disaster Relief

The Senators want immediate action on a supplemental disaster relief package to provide critical aid for victims of natural disasters in Georgia and across the country.

4 More Businesses Raided by GBI for Gambling Operations

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation raided four more businesses last week as part of an ongoing crackdown on gambling operations.

Woman found guilty of money laundering in scheme that stole money from Augusta attorney

A Texas woman who helped steal nearly a quarter-million dollars from an Augusta attorney faces up to 20 years in prison after being found guilty in a jury trial.

3 Sentenced In Scheme to Smuggle Methamphetamine Into Georgia Prison

Contraband cell phones inside the prison were used to orchestrate the deals

Fireworks: What’s Legal, What’s Not

Do you know what's legal with regards to fireworks? Here's a handy guide.

Most Federally-Dependent States…Where Does Georgia Rank?

How dependent are we on the federal government for funding? WalletHub, a financial analyst website, recently ranked where states fall in terms of federal funding...

Survey: Many GA drivers still texting and driving

A new AAA survey says a lot of people are still using their phones behind the wheel in Georgia.

Air Evac Lifeteam Responds to Request for EMS Deployment in Anticipation of Florence

In anticipation of Hurricane Florence, Air Evac Lifeteam crew members from 7 states, including Georgia, have been deployed to assigned areas to provide needed assistance.

Car fleeing Georgia into Florida hits alpaca livestock trailer, killing one

A car fleeing from Georgia police enters Florida and crashes into a trailer full of alpacas.

GA Ag. Commissioner gets first glimpse at Hurricane Michael’s damage

“Unfortunately, our worst thoughts were realized, “said Commissioner Black. “We saw months and sometimes years of work just laid over on the ground in a matter of seconds.”