A South Carolina man is making a 4-thousand mile trek across the country. He wants his trip to bring awareness to and raise money for Veteran's Best Friend, which gives dogs to veterans suffering from PTSD. More>>
Authorities in northwest Georgia say rescue workers spent hours in the rain working to free a man who was trapped in a mountain cave. More>>
Speed and driver inexperience. The two factors highlighted in the Georgia State Patrol's accident report on last Thursday's fatal rollover crash killing four people. More>>
Residents of saturated areas in north Georgia are bracing for more flooding as 2 to 4 inches of rain is possible through Thursday morning. More>>
After a night of heavy rains, water has receded in Whitfield County. Officials say most of the county roads are passable. More>>
Law enforcement were out on the roadways making sure it was a safe Labor Day holiday for everyone.
Law enforcement were out on the roadways making sure it was a safe Labor Day holiday for everyone.More>>
Fifty-seven-year-old Bryan Bartley, who was involved in last week's accident, was laid to rest Monday. . More>>
A 2004 Mazda was traveling westbound on Wilbanks Road, attempting to negotiate a curve in the road when the vehicle left the roadway. More>>
Four teens were inside a vehicle that hit and killed 57-year-old Bryan Bartley while he was mowing grass on Thursday evening. Three teens also died in the tragedy. Alexis Pinson survived the crash and is improving, friends say. More>>
State officials are reminding people to be safe on Georgia's waterways during the upcoming holiday weekend. More>>
Georgia transportation officials plan to suspend many construction-related lane closures for the upcoming holiday weekend. More>>
A woman arrested last year in Georgia for a 1987 Ohio stabbing has pleaded guilty to a murder charge and been sentenced to 15 years to life in prison. More>>
Each of the dogs in Canine Assistants' latest graduating class has a story, but the name and story behind a certain dog is one that touched people across the country. More>>
A Georgia state senate committee is hosting a hearing this week to discuss the findings of a study on school discipline strategies. More>>
This is a small victory for some north Georgia families who have been rallying to legalize the use of medical cannabis.
Gwinnett County police say a 73-year-old woman shot through a door and wounded suspected burglar as he approached her bedroom. More>>
Bella, a dog who survived a fiery crash, hundreds of miles from her home, but, her truck driver owner did not. Now she's back home in north Georgia reunited with the family that says Bella is all they need to have closure.
Public Health officials urge: Maintain rabies vaccinations in pets! More>>
There were 63,800 jobs in Dalton in July, down by 300, or 0.5%, from June. More>>
Georgia police say they suspect that men on a freeway overpass tossed rocks weighing up to 25 pounds onto cars traveling on Interstate 985, severely damaging at least two vehicles. More>>
Gov. Nathan Deal says 82 Georgia communities will receive nearly $40 million in grant funding to work on local economic growth projects. More>>
Georgia wildlife officials are encouraging deer hunters to fill out an online application that will allow them to participate in this season's deer quota hunt. More>>
A devastating crash has left one north Georgia family without one loved one and waiting for another to come home. The crash happened on I-81 in Pennsylvania on August 3rd. When Richard Sullivan was involved in a crash involving 3 semi-trucks, he was killed on impact, but his dog Bella survived. Channel 3 spoke to Sullivan's son who is waiting for the dog to be returned.
Health Departments in the north Georgia counties of Cherokee, Fannin, Gilmer, Murray, Pickens and Whitfield will once again offer "drive-by flu shot clinics".
A proposed natural gas line would cut right through several counties in our area. Some affected property owners tell us this isn't the first time they've had to deal with this type of interruption, but they're hoping it's the last.
Federal wildlife officials are hosting a series of information sessions about a proposal to list a type of bat as endangered after a disease found in Georgia wiped out part of the species. More>>
It's all about learning by doing in a new curriculum adopted by Dalton Public Schools called "Studio E" and it's being phased in as a trial year with MIHS freshmen.
State labor officials say Georgia's unemployment rate has risen to 7.8%. More>>
Federal authorities say 13 people have been indicted in connection with an alleged counterfeiting ring that involved fake bills manufactured in Israel being circulated in the United States. More>>
The Paulding County Sheriff's Office is announcing plans to add dozens of high-resolution cameras along the Silver Comet Trail in the wake of an attack that left a jogger severely injured. More>>
Bartow County sheriff's officials are investigating an attempted attack on a state park trail in Cartersville. More>>
The second American aid worker recently diagnosed with Ebola in west Africa is en route to Atlanta. More>>
The Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) is holding a special recruitment for job seekers who qualify for On-the-Job-Training (OJT), a federal program to help get unemployed workers back into the labor force. More>>
J.R. Martinez is a Dalton High School graduate and army veteran. In 2003, he hit a roadside bomb in Iraq and suffered burns on a third of his body. Monday he returned home with an inspirational message for some of his former teaches, coaches and classmates. More>>
States allow purchases (with limitations) without collecting sales tax, easing the financial burden of parents. More>>
A Georgia drive-in movie theater finished near the top of TripAdvisor's list of the top 10 drive-in movie theaters in the U.S.
A Georgia drive-in movie theater finished near the top of TripAdvisor's list of the top 10 drive-in movie theaters in the U.S.More>>
Officials from the Department of Health and Human Services say they're launching a training program to improve services offered to human trafficking victims. More>>
State transportation officials say they're planning to suspend road work near shopping centers to accommodate Georgians looking to save money during the upcoming tax holiday period. More>>
If you need to do some back-to-school shopping this is the weekend to do it.It's tax-free weekend for both Tennessee and Georgia. More>>
Authorities say a 42-year-old woman is hospitalized after she was found badly beaten on the Silver Comet Trail northwest of Atlanta. More>>
Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp has ordered a ballot recount in the Republican state school superintendent primary runoff.
A law, expected to be implemented in 2015, will allow state and local courts to draw unpaid fines from Georgians' state income tax returns. More>>
James and Ruth Meeks said " I do" in Murray County in 1943 when they were both young teenagers. More>>
Family Dollar has struggled and has attempted to reinvigorate sales by lowering prices on almost 1,000 basic items. More>>
Georgia's governor has sent a letter to the president saying it is "unconscionable" that the federal government didn't communicate with his office before sending unaccompanied young migrants to the state. More>>
Dalton Police are asking for the public's help in finding who's responsible for defacing the Creative Arts Guild. T More>>
State regulators investigated an anonymous complaint alleging a Dalton factory illegally discarded chemical waste five months before an accident injured a worker. More>>