Georgia jury awards $31M over boy's botched circumcision
Georgia jury awards $31M over boy's botched circumcision

A law firm says a Georgia jury has awarded $31 million to a boy for a botched circumcision he received as a newborn.

Klan roots to civil rights leader: Film tells Alabama story
Klan roots to civil rights leader: Film tells Alabama story

The cinematic story of the son of a Klansman becoming a leading student figure in the civil rights movement is moving ahead, with filming planned in Alabama.

Colorado-based firm aims to create 600 jobs in west Georgia
Colorado-based firm aims to create 600 jobs in west Georgia

A Colorado-based company says it plans to create 600 jobs in Georgia over the next five years.

In governor's races, Trump emerges as a defining issue
In governor's races, Trump emerges as a defining issue

Governor's races are on the ballot in 36 states this year, and the common thread running through many of them has nothing to do with state policy: It's President Donald Trump.

Chatham County to give free parking to downtown employees
Chatham County to give free parking to downtown employees

Chatham County employees who work in downtown Savannah are getting free parking.

Georgia police ID man accused of driving car at officers
Georgia police ID man accused of driving car at officers

Authorities say a man drove toward officers and got away following a chase in suburban Atlanta.

Man killed after struck by train in Georgia
Man killed after struck by train in Georgia

A man has been hit and killed by a train in Georgia's Troup County.

Georgia's high school graduation rate rises to 81.6 percent
Georgia's high school graduation rate rises to 81.6 percent

Georgia's high school graduation has increased and now stands at 81.6 percent.

Surgery called success for Allman Brothers' Dickey Betts
Surgery called success for Allman Brothers' Dickey Betts

Allman Brothers Band founding member Dickey Betts has had successful surgery after slipping and hitting his head while playing with his dog in Florida.

Florence sweeps away motel and family's hard work, savings
Florence sweeps away motel and family's hard work, savings

Hurricane Florence washed away half the rooms at the Starlite Motel in Spring Lake, North Carolina. What's left will probably have to be demolished.

The Latest: Feds say canceling nuke plant could cost owners
The Latest: Feds say canceling nuke plant could cost owners

The Latest on cost overruns from construction at a nuclear power plant in Georgia (all times local):

Biden to hit Georgia campaign trail for Abrams for governor
Biden to hit Georgia campaign trail for Abrams for governor

Former Vice President Joe Biden is set to hit the Georgia campaign trail next week, making an appearance with Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams.

Cost of Georgia nuclear plant draws scrutiny from lawmakers
Cost of Georgia nuclear plant draws scrutiny from lawmakers

A group of Georgia lawmakers wants a "cost cap" in the construction of a nuclear power plant near Augusta, seeking to protect blown budgets from being passed on to consumers.

Rivals for Georgia governor clash on 'religious freedom' law
Rivals for Georgia governor clash on 'religious freedom' law

The candidates running to become Georgia's next governor are clashing over whether the state should pass a law offering protection for citizens acting on religious belief.

Woman gets 15 years for wreck that killed Georgia man
Woman gets 15 years for wreck that killed Georgia man

A North Carolina woman has been sentenced to 15 years in prison after pleading guilty to charges in a wreck that killed a Georgia man more than three years ago.

Baggers, cashiers soon can grow beards at Publix
Baggers, cashiers soon can grow beards at Publix

The faces of baggers, cashiers and stockers at a Florida-based grocery chain may look slightly different in the near future.

12-year-old girl from Honduras reunited with her family
12-year-old girl from Honduras reunited with her family

A girl from Honduras has been reunited with her family in New Hampshire after she was separated from them by the Trump administration's "zero-tolerance" policy on illegal border crossings.

Mother, 3 children killed in multivehicle wreck in Beaumont
Mother, 3 children killed in multivehicle wreck in Beaumont

Investigators say a woman and her three children have been killed in a fiery eight-vehicle accident on westbound Interstate 10 in Southeast Texas.

Georgia, Texas men charged in Nebraska marijuana case
Georgia, Texas men charged in Nebraska marijuana case

Authorities say two men found with hundreds of pounds of marijuana in their rental truck have been charged in Nebraska.

Atlanta residents discuss renaming Confederate Ave.
Atlanta residents discuss renaming Confederate Ave.

A number of Atlanta residents like the idea of renaming Confederate Ave. as United Ave.

Police: DNA links man to multiple cold case rapes
Police: DNA links man to multiple cold case rapes

Georgia police say DNA evidence has linked a Cobb County man to three rapes over the past 12 years.

Man convicted of murder, torture in death of 4-year-old
Man convicted of murder, torture in death of 4-year-old

A suburban Detroit man has been convicted of murder and torture charges in the death of his girlfriend's 4-year-old daughter.

For Kavanaugh, path forward could be like Clarence Thomas'
For Kavanaugh, path forward could be like Clarence Thomas'

Judge Brett Kavanaugh's path to the Supreme Court could be much like that taken by Clarence Thomas.

Daughter of legendary soul singer James Brown dies
Daughter of legendary soul singer James Brown dies

A daughter of the late Godfather of Soul James Brown has died.

Judge orders North Georgia state House election be redone
Judge orders North Georgia state House election be redone

A judge has ordered the election for a state House seat in North Georgia be redone after dozens voted in the wrong race.

Sheriff's deputy accused of stealing and pawning guns
Sheriff's deputy accused of stealing and pawning guns

Authorities in Georgia have arrested a former sheriff's deputy accused of taking guns from the evidence room and pawning them for cash.

Speaker wants Georgia judicial complex named for Gov. Deal
Speaker wants Georgia judicial complex named for Gov. Deal

A powerful Georgia lawmaker wants a new state judicial complex named for outgoing Gov. Nathan Deal.

Ports chief: Savannah will need new bridge for larger ships
Ports chief: Savannah will need new bridge for larger ships

The executive director of Georgia's seaports says the state will need to replace the towering suspension bridge that ships pass beneath to reach the Port of Savannah to make room for larger cargo vessels expected...

Georgia county to pay $75,000 to killer attacked by jailer
Georgia county to pay $75,000 to killer attacked by jailer

A county commission in Georgia has agreed to pay a man convicted of murder $75,000 after he said a jailer broke his jaw.

Police: Son argues with mother, stabs her 11 times
Police: Son argues with mother, stabs her 11 times

Georgia police say a teenager argued with his mother and then stabbed her 11 times, leaving her in critical condition.

Family of student killed by campus police to sue university
Family of student killed by campus police to sue university

The family of a Georgia Tech student killed by a campus police officer last year says it's going to sue the university.

Women die in flooded van driven by South Carolina deputies
Women die in flooded van driven by South Carolina deputies

Officials say two women being transported to a mental health facility by deputies have drowned when they were trapped in the van as it was engulfed in rising South Carolina floodwaters.

Georgia state House primary voided over error; redo ordered
Georgia state House primary voided over error; redo ordered

A Georgia judge has ordered a redo in a state House primary election where dozens cast their ballots in the wrong race.

Georgia's Kemp: School safety 'has nothing to do' with guns
Georgia's Kemp: School safety 'has nothing to do' with guns

Georgia's Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp has unveiled a $90 million proposal for school security focused on mental health and local control. But absent from his plan was any mention of the topic that has...

Delta joins United, JetBlue in raising checked-bag fees
Delta joins United, JetBlue in raising checked-bag fees

Delta Air Lines is joining two rivals in raising fees to check a bag on a flight within the United States.

Student accused of exposing himself to other high schooler
Student accused of exposing himself to other high schooler

A teenager has been accused of exposing himself to another student and pulling her into a boys' bathroom at their high school in Georgia.

2nd teen arrested in shooting death of Georgia 17-year-old
2nd teen arrested in shooting death of Georgia 17-year-old

A second teen has been arrested in the shooting death of another teen in Georgia earlier this week.

Georgia man enters plea in daughter's starvation death
Georgia man enters plea in daughter's starvation death

A Georgia man has entered a plea in his toddler daughter's starvation death in 2014.

Contract complaint prompts federal probe of commuter system
Contract complaint prompts federal probe of commuter system

The Federal Transit Administration is investigating a Georgia commuter system over a complaint that it violated a law ensuring minority- and women-owned businesses get a share of government contracts.

Falcons G Levitre out for season, 3rd player down
Falcons G Levitre out for season, 3rd player down

The Atlanta Falcons have lost offensive guard Andy Levitre to a season-ending triceps injury, the third starter to go down in the first two weeks of the season.

Carter backs Abrams in Georgia, 48 years after his election
Carter backs Abrams in Georgia, 48 years after his election

Former President Jimmy Carter is campaigning Tuesday in Georgia alongside Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Stacey Abrams, bringing together the state's past and its potential future.

Feds: Man stole hurricane victim's IDs as part of $8M scam
Feds: Man stole hurricane victim's IDs as part of $8M scam

A Maryland man is accused of stealing hurricane victim's identities as part what the Secret Service describes as an $8 million effort to scam a Federal Emergency Management Agency program.

SunTrust's online banking outage enters third day
SunTrust's online banking outage enters third day

Customers of the large regional bank SunTrust are experiencing a third day of outages and difficulties from its online banking services, a particular problem for its customers in North and South Carolina who are currently...

City hosting event for public to learn about its 2019 budget
City hosting event for public to learn about its 2019 budget

People in a Georgia city will have a chance to learn how officials plan the budget and talk with them about how their tax dollars should be spent next year.

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