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An arctic blast Thursday night brought strong winds across Georgia and some light snow in the higher elevations.

Towns and cities in the North Georgia mountains will likely see icy roads...

Stratus Healthcare billed itself as the largest hospital alliance in the Southeast when it was formed this summer.

Since then, health industry officials have wondered: What is this new...

A state biologist says at least 37 dolphins have died along Georgia's coast since mid-November.

Dolphins are washing up dead all along the East Coast because of a suspected measles-like...

State lawmakers will be back at the Capitol in two weeks to start the 2014 General Assembly session and advocates have already been working on their legislative agendas.

“We are also...

Millions are turning their thoughts to self-improvement and New Year's resolutions this week.Millions of people are turning their thoughts to self-improvement and New Year's resolutions this week...

Officials in Savannah's Chatham County are debating whether a slain police officer deserves a memorial of his own.

The 1989 death of officer Mark MacPhail largely has been overshadowed by...

Georgia health care had more than its share of drama and surprises in 2013.

Some of the big stories were linked to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare. This far-reaching...

Starting January 1, 2014 student athletes will be better protected in gyms and on playing fields across Georgia. At least, that is the goal behind the Return to Play Act.

The new state law...

Congress did not extend jobless benefits for the long-term unemployed in the budget it passed before the Christmas break.

That means nearly 40,000 Georgians will lose extended federal...

Georgia Democrats are energized ahead of the 2014 elections. They have two high-profile candidates in statewide races-state Senator Jason Carter running for governor and Michelle Nunn running for...

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