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.
Three young north Georgia children are safely back home after police say they were taken by their non-custodial father on Tuesday.
A north Georgia community showed its support for the family of a school resource officer who died unexpectedly.
A man was arrested after starting a fight with deputies who were attempting to serve a felony warrant in Jackson County,
It is unprecedented that everything in the world has come to a screeching halt in just a matter of weeks. That includes all gathers, even the most joyous of ones.
It is usually a day, for many, that might be taken for granted, but with the coronavirus pandemic, it has a new profound meaning. Monday is National Doctors’ Day.
The FBI says the Braselton man preyed on people's fears of the coronavirus to defraud the government and make money.
The water woes in Commerce seem to continue this week after a second boil water notice has been issued following a major pipe break in as many weeks.
Crews have been working for nearly a day after a contractor damaged a major water service line for the city of Commerce.
A Georgia man convicted of killing his ex-wife and her boyfriend more than two decades ago was put to death Wednesday, becoming the state's first inmate executed this year.
A Georgia man convicted of killing his ex-wife and her boyfriend shouldn’t be executed, his lawyers argue, citing the additional pain it will cause his children, evidence of brain damage not heard by the jury that sentenced him to die and his model behavior in prison.
A Georgia man convicted of killing his ex-wife and her boyfriend more than 20 years ago is set to executed later this month.
The teens were leaving a Jackson County flea market when police say they failed to yield at a stop sign. They both died in the crash.