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This Map Will Tell You Exactly When Fall Foliage Will Peak This YearWhen and where to see peak foliage in 2018.
City Council Holds Meeting To Discuss Renaming Confederate Ave.30 people showed up for a public meeting Thursday night on the proposal
Ports Chief: New Bridge Needed For Savannah To Handle Larger ShipsThe current suspension bridge over the river dividing Georgia and South Carolina was completed in 1991 for $71 million. It was built after some cargo ships clipped the previous bridge, built in 1954. Lynch gave no estimate for what a new, taller span might cost.
GBI Says Former Sheriff's Deputy Stole & Pawned GunsPolice in Georgia have arrested a former sheriff's deputy accused of taking guns from the evidence room and pawning them for cash.
Daughter Of Renowned Soul Singer James Brown DiesVenisha Brown, daughter of the late Godfather of Soul James Brown, has died.
Sen. Perdue Says U.S. Funding Process Is BrokenSenator David Perdue, a Republican from Georgia, discusses his "no" vote on the latest U.S. spending bill and problems with how the United States government is funded. He speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
400-Pound Man Who Crushed Grandson To Death Found Not GuiltyBrown County Judge Scott Gusweiler found Donald Martin Jr. not guilty, saying there's no evidence that he knew that he would cause serious harm to his grandchild by laying on him.
Report: Mom Arrested After Allegedly Stealing Daughter's Cell PhoneJodie May of Michigan had to go to court after her ex-husband claimed she stole a phone.
2nd Teen Arrested In Shooting Death Of Macon 17-Year-OldNews outlets report a 17-year-old male was arrested by members of the Southeast Regional Fugitive Task Force late Tuesday afternoon.
High School Student Accused Of Exposing Himself To Another StudentNews outlets report 17-year-old Brian Salinas is being charged as an adult with sex crimes.
Buffalo Bills McCoy Says Child Abuse Claims Are 'Ridiculous'Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy said accusations that he abused his 6-year-old son were "ridiculous" and being made by people trying to further their own agendas.
Kemp: School Safety 'Has Nothing To Do' With The 2nd Amendment Georgia's Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp revealed a $90 million proposal for school security focused on mental health and local control.