Counterfeit Handbags Seized At Savannah Port
Ga. Port Officials Promise To Protect Ancient Oaks Across from a paved lot where the Port of Savannah stacks empty cargo containers stands a living link to the time before Georgia's first settlers arrived — an ancient live oak tree more than 7 ½ feet in diameter with massive branches extending up to 70 feet from its trunk.
Georgia's Dredging Permit Approved
Governor Deal Hopeful for Port Funds

More From CBS Atlanta

Contact Us
Watch Live

Watch & Listen LIVE