A controversial report about how the state should handle drunk drivers.
A Confederate heritage group is suing a Georgia city over the removal of rebel flags and flagpoles from a historic cemetery where more than 500 Confederate soldiers are buried.
A federal judge has ruled that Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp will have to sit for questioning about comments he made that seemed to express concern about minority voter registration.
Georgia Supreme Court Justice Robert Benham says he plans to leave the bench March 1.
Augusta Mayor Hardie Davis has thrown his support behind Democratic presidential hopeful Michael Bloomberg.
Covington Police Officer Matt Cooper, who continues to recover from being shot in the face in the line of duty, gets honored by Gov. Brian Kemp.
This week the Secretary of State's Office launched a new voter education initiative to help familiarize Georgians with the state's new ballot marking devices.
Longtime GOP Congressman Tom Graves announced he will retire from the U.S. House of Representatives.
Gov. Brian Kemp formally announced his selection of Kelly Loeffler on Wednesday to fill an upcoming vacancy in the U.S. Senate.
Election results for the runoff elections held Dec. 3 in Georgia.
The Georgia Legislative Black Caucus is pushing back against Governor Brian Kemp's Medicaid waiver proposal, "Georgia Pathways."
Lawmakers helped to lit the State Capitol tree.
A GOP political consultant has told the Associated Press that Brian Kemp will appoint Atlanta Dream co-owner Kelly Loeffler to fill Johnny Isakson's Senate seat.
Stacey Abrams' campaign says Georgia investigator's demand for emails is politically-motivated, out of scope, and unprecedented.
Three former Insurance department employees sue Jim Beck for wrongful termination. Lawsuit says Beck blames them for providing information to federal investigators and FOX 5.
State Rep. Jay Powell, chairman of the Georgia House Rules Committee, passed away at a Republican leadership event Monday.
Georgia lawmakers are reacting after a murderous plot to attack a predominately black church in Gainesville was uncovered by police this week.
Two businessmen have filed a racketeering law suit against an American with Disabilities Act attorney, Craig Ehrlich. They claim Ehrlich's hundreds of ADA lawsuits are a criminal enterprise. Ehrlich's lawyer denied the allegations and said his client's lawsuits are legitimate and proper.
A California state senator wants to make it a crime to send unwanted nude photos to people online or in text messages.
Ten Democratic presidential candidates will take the stage at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta tonight for the fifth debate.