The New York times recently reported that one small Georgia county is having deputies dispatched to the homes of voters to verify their voter registration after allegations that deputies used their authority to command the voters to appear in person to prove their residence or lose their voting rights.
Carroll County students LaChristopher Herbert and Nate Maples attached large American flags to their vehicles following an incident where a friend of theirs was told...
As the state works to keep up with the ever-changing technology, the Georgia General Assembly passed drone legislation which is now on its way to the desk of Governor Nathan Deal.
On the list of controversial bills that failed to pass out of both chambers during the legislative session are three rather contentious immigration initiatives.
Members of the Board serve a whopping 7-year term.
Sen. Johnny Isakson is recuperating from his second back surgery this year at his Georgia home, complicating Republican leaders' plans as they count the votes for the GOP health care overhaul and a Supreme Court nominee.
What's most interesting about the ruling is that onion growers must pay to use the trademark all year long, but they are at the mercy of the agriculture commissioner as to when it can actually be utilized.
The buzz has been circulating and Georgia officials, including Secretary of State Brian Kemp, have been pushing hard for Georgia to hold an earlier...
There are FOUR proposed Constitutional Amendment questions on this year's general election ballot. Early voting has started so make sure you understand the questions before you head to the polls.
U.S. Senator David Perdue has issued a statement after voting to modernize our nation’s critical water infrastructure and keep American ports competitive.