Senator Kelly Loeffler kicked off the first of a 10-day tour in Jackson County on Friday ramping up to the January runoff election.
Law enforcement officers typically warn residents to be alert for porch pirates as more packages are being delivered ahead of the Christmas season. One north Georgia sheriff’s office is also warning porch pirates they will be caught.
Fire investigators in Jackson County want to find the person who torched a house in Jefferson.
Investigators said a 56-year-old man arrested in north Georgia on child molestation charges may have more victims that have not yet come forward with some of the cases dating back more than two decades.
A construction worker at the SK Battery plant in Jackson County was declared dead Monday morning following a three-story fall that also seriously injured a second worker.
Officials said two workers were critically injured after an accident at the SK Battery factory in Jackson County.
A major decision in Washington, D.C., is expected next week that could impact the fortunes of Jackson County and the state of Georgia.
A tractor-trailer was struck by a passing train in Jackson County on Monday afternoon, officials confirmed.
Deputies have arrested a Georgia after a seven-hour standoff at her Jackson County home.
Authorities have arrested a man after a 7-hour standoff at a Jackson County home on Friday afternoon.
Commerce Police Department is searching for a bank robbery suspect, who was captured on video surveillance cameras.
Federal authorities arrested 13 Korean nationals who worked for a sprawling factory under construction in Jackson County, accusing them of violating immigration laws.
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.
Multiple agencies across the metro Atlanta area are concerned about the safety of a child in widely shared videos.
More than 300 middle and high school students in Jackson County have been quarantined due to COVID-19 concerns, prompting the temporary closure of both schools.
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.
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.
Students are back in the classroom in Jefferson, Georgia. Jefferson City Schools had its first day of school on Friday.
A battery company plans a $940 million expansion of a manufacturing plant in Georgia, Gov. Brian Kemp’s office said Thursday.