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Georgia civil engineers are releasing a report card this morning on the state's infrastructure.

Don Agramonte is with the American Society of Civil Engineers.

His group is giving the...

Don’t blink. Because you might just miss Georgia’s 2014 legislative session.

Lawmakers return to the state Capitol today. And everyone from Gov. Nathan Deal down to the cleaning crew who...

At an educational conference Friday, Republican state lawmakers said Georgia needs to spend more on education. And while they say they can’t restore $1 billion in education cuts that piled up...

The weather may be chilly in Georgia right now, but the state’s economic forecast is heating up.

Even though the state is still climbing out of the recession of 2008, it looks like it’s...

State officials are defending themselves against a lawsuit over the number of public defenders in south-central Georgia.

It's the second time in 10 years that the Southern Center for Human...

If you think buying health insurance under the Affordable Care Act has been complicated, just wait. Buying dental coverage on the health exchanges, it turns out, is even more confusing.

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If there can be said to be a front-runner in the GOP primary for Georgia’s open U.S. Senate seat, it might be Rep. Jack Kingston (R-Savannah).

The 11-term congressman has so far raised the...

Former Secretary of State Karen Handel is a familiar name to many Georgians. She won that statewide race and gave Gov. Nathan Deal a close contest in 2010.

Now she’s hoping to capitalize on...

Georgia Republicans and Democrats pick their nominees for the state’s open U.S. Senate seat in just four months, the earliest primary date in the state’s recorded history.

Rep. Phil Gingrey...

Georgia shrimp harvesters say this year's fall season was well below average.

They're asking federal officials to declare a fishery disaster.

That would make them eligible for low-...

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