Most Americans got their stimulus checks. Some were sooner or later than others. But some of you didn’t get them at all, and they need to be claimed.
A federal grand jury indicts former City of Atlanta Chief Financial Officer Jim Beard.
Looking for a silver lining during a pandemic that has stalled everyday life can feel futile. But the FOX 5 I-Team found one. Consumers are not only spending less but also saving more.
Construction workers at the SK Battery America plant in Jackson County tell the government contractors are ignoring safety concerns to finish the job on schedule.
The Centers for Disease Control issued a stay on evictions through the end of the year. But, yet, just this week we saw a mass eviction at an extended-stay motel.
The Blairsville City Council has voted to halt all deliveries of potentially toxic landfill wastewater known as leachate to its wastewater treatment plant.
For some of you, your paychecks might be bigger because of President Trump’s new payroll tax deferment which started September 1st. But you really need to know that this is not free money.
The race for Gwinnett County District Attorney just got more interesting.
Catch-up stimulus checks are coming. It’s not a new stimulus offer, but rather money from the federal government for those who didn’t get their first stimulus check because of owing back child support.
A picture from inside a Georgia post office shows absentee ballots from last election that were never mailed to the voters.
Virtual learning has no doubt caused financial hardships for some families. For many, it means updating equipment, buying desks, and taking on a new childcare bill. But help is on the way.
Secretary of State and Long County Board of Elections and Registration have opened investigations of absentee ballot irregularities, including double voting by some citizens in the last election.
Some Jackson County residents complain the new $2.6 billion battery plant under construction there is starting to wear out its welcome before it even opens.
SK Battery announced changes as homeowners say some workers have become troublesome neighbors.
An Atlanta attorney wants election results for Magistrate Judge in Long County Georgia thrown out because of absentee ballot and other voting irregularities
A Long County magistrate judge claims absentee ballot mistakes cost him an election.
Nottely Lake homeowners are alarmed about a landfill liquid, trucked from miles away by powerful State Senator, Steve Gooch, to a local waste water treatment plant and discharged into the Lake.
The nation’s unemployment rate is still above 10 percent. But Georgia is faring much better at around seven percent unemployment. But still, that’s a hardship for many people.
Political leaders from Georgia await a big decision in Washington this fall that has nothing to do with the presidential election.
The company promised 2,600 jobs once its factory was up and running.