The state’s bioscience innovators highlighted new therapies to save lives at the Georgia Life Sciences Summit Wednesday in College Park. The industry survived the recession, and that’s thanks to a need for healthcare breakthroughs no matter the economy.
A story by Macon comic book author Nathan Edmondson is being made into a major motion picture. Officials with 20th Century Fox announced this week they have chosen Harry Potter director David Yates for the project.
The government shutdown has hit Georgia farmers just as many of them are harvesting their crops. Some say they’re missing critical loans and direct payments from the government when they need the money the most.
When the cotton mill closed, Grantville began a slow transformation into a ghost town. But filming of the popular TV show "The Walking Dead" has renewed interest in the rural Georgia town and the ruins of its old buildings.
Paulding County officials announced today that they’ve entered into an agreement to develop Paulding Northwest Atlanta Airportand offer commercial service.
Friday marks Day 4 of a government shutdown after congressional leaders couldn’t come to a budget agreement Monday night. At its core, Congress is a workplace where co-workers must tackle projects together and must work as a team to get things done. Our resident workplace expert, Brandon Smith, explains some of the lessons in compromise we can take from the government shutdown.
The federal government shutdown isn't affecting workers preparing for the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project. The $652 million port deepening is overseen by the US Army Corps of Engineers. A spokesman says the project might be affected if the shutdown continues for a long period of time.
Kaiser Health News reports health insurance exchange rates across Georgia have the biggest variation in the country, with southwest Georgia seeing the highest premiums in the state.
More than 83,000 people in Middle Georgia lack health insurance. Here's everything they need to know about how to sign up for insurance under the Affordable Care Act, known as "ObamaCare."
Kaiser Health News reports the premium variation for healthcare exchanges in Georgia is the biggest within any state in the country.