Chad Christopher Stark of Leander has been charged with one count of communicating interstate threats and now faces a maximum penalty of five years in prison if convicted.
Police say as many as eight people were found locked in the basement of an unlicensed Griffin group home disguised as a church. The so-called pastor is accused of denying them medical care and medications.
Kenyari Sawyer, a 4.0 senior in Albany, Georgia, was accepted into 48 universities and colleges and received more than $600,000 in scholarships.
Alexander Tredway is charged with sodomy, child molestation, and child cruelty after alleged incidents involving two students at Bright Beginings of Jefferson. The daycare is located in Jackson County.
Sheenah Berry didn't think she needed the COVID-19 vaccine until she got pregnant. Then, before she could get her shots, the Rex, Georgia woman caught the coronavirus that would hospitalize her for more than 4 months.
Security camera footage shared by Marietta police shows a suspect shooting into the front door of a residence off Manning Road.
Justin Ross Harris, 41, was convicted in November 2016 on eight counts including malice murder in the death of his 22-month-old son, Cooper, is asking Georgia’s highest court to overturn his convictions for murder and child cruelty.
The owner can be heard saying: “There’s my snow dog, refusing to come outside…she’s not having it.”
The Spalding County Sheriff's Office says hundreds of pills shaped like Mickey Mouse designed to look like candy were seized in a traffic stop turned drug bust.
Scientists have found a gene that has been declared one of the top 10 global public health threats facing humanity while testing bacteria in Georgia sewer water.
After three men were sentenced for Ahmaud Arbery's murder, the Georgia deputy is accused of posting "that criminal Arbery still got the death penalty." He's now suspended and could lose his job.
President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris will be in Atlanta on Tuesday to discuss the need for federal legislation to protect the right to vote. But some civil rights activists, uninterested in another speech, don’t want to hear it.
Georgia has ended its four-decade drought as National Champions after a tough defensive battle against Alabama on Monday. The Bulldogs beat the Crimson Tide 33-18.
The King Center announced plans to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with its week-long 37th King Holiday Observance.
Federal prosecutors say 49-year-old Hunter VanPelt of Roswell submitted six false loan applications to the Paycheck Protection Program from April to June 2020. She allegedly requested a total of more than $7.9 million and received more than $6 million.
South Carolina resident Bridget Hazel wanted to recreate a photo of her late mother but had no idea where it had been taken. So she posted it on social media, where a group of Georgia hikers helped make her dream come true.
A judge announced the sentences for the three men convicted in the murder of Ahmaud Arbery.
The repair shop boss in Georgia who paid a former employee in oil-soaked pennies dumped in his driveway with a vulgar note is being sued by the US Department of Labor.
Authorities say a convicted felon indicted for murder is on the run in Georgia after he escaped custody thanks to a suspected door malfunction. Kevin David Lenix Wilson is to be considered dangerous.
Police said a car driven by 30-year-old Robert Godhigh of Dallas crossed into Wilkins’ lane while he was trying to pass another car, slamming into Wilkins head-on 2:30 New Year’s morning on Dallas Acworth Highway near Autumn View Drive.