Dr. Anil Yadav has spent 16 years practicing family medicine in Cherokee and Pickens County. He’s popular among his patients. When one of them turned 100, his staff brought a birthday cake to her home.
New unemployment claims have jumped to nearly 1 million, moving up along with surging corona virus figures. Yes, unemployment safety nets are in place. But, for those filing for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance, PUA, you will now have to verify employment.
The uneven vaccine rollout in Georgia has embarrassed state leaders and frustrated many Georgia residents.
The COVID-19 vaccine is now available for all Georgia first responders. That means anyone in fire rescue or law enforcement can sign up.
Ethics Commission fines Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms $37,000
Douglas County spent more than $160,000 in legal fees after a commissioner reneged on a promise to unblock critics from his Facebook page.
Cea Anderson is now 8-months-old. She was born in the middle of the night, in the middle of a car accident, in the middle of a pandemic. And she is thriving.
A woman used the home address of Georgia's election supervisor to vote in the presidential election, and request an absentee ballot for the Senate runoffs in Georgia.
Douglas County commissioners approved an increase in the salary of their new probate judge, paving the way for the possibility Christina Peterson next year could be the highest-paid judge in the Douglas County courthouse.
Small businesses took the hardest hits when the pandemic struck. We’ve seen the signs on doors from neighborhood shops that tell us that businesses are closed. According to a recent economic impact report, 60 percent of businesses that shut down during the pandemic won’t re-open.
Small businesses have been impacted the most by the COVID-19 pandemic. Like many, the historic Trolley Barn has been forced to adapt in these difficult times in order to survive.
It’s no secret at this point that social media groups do more than let you post fun, family pictures. They collect data on you and sell it. But the FTC is now is taking a harder line on this.
A disgraced Georgia cemetery owner began serving his prison sentence after admitting he stole from people who thought they were pre-paying for their funeral needs.
A recent study shows that his holiday season families still plan to travel. Whether you’re going eight hours away or two, this is a good time to look under the hood.
A newly elected judge in Douglas County is making waves even before taking office.
A Long County probate judge candidate falls two votes shy of overturning an election he lost by nine votes.
There have certainly been some kitchen table chats about whether you will fly this holiday season to either get out of town or to see family. The CDC says stay home if you can. But if you can’t, Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastion discusses the safety measures the Atlanta-based airline is taking.
Four years after Newton County killed its plans for a new source of drinking water, the newly elected district attorney said he will review evidence to see whether there’s evidence of crime.
A FOX 5 I-Team investigation has found more stock trades made by U.S. Sen. David Perdue (R-GA) involving a regional bank that benefited from legislation he supported and helped write.
Today is an important deadline for child care providers who still need extra federal funding to keep the doors open.