Georgia Declares Emergency Ahead Of MichaelGeorgia Gov. Nathan Deal has issued an emergency declaration for a considerable amount of the state as Hurricane Michael barrels closer to a likely landfall in the Florida Panhandle.
Georgia Governor's Race Attracts Huge Sums Of MoneyWhile it’s not quite the level of last year’s Karen Handel and Jon Ossoff 6th Congressional District race, but Georgia's hotly contested governor's race is attracting vast amounts of campaign cash.
Charlie Bethel Sworn In As New Georgia Supreme Court JusticeCharlie Bethel was sworn in Tuesday morning by Gov. Nathan Deal
Despite Budget Overages, Georgia Nuclear Plant Gets Go-AheadAfter they resolved a disagreement about multibillion-dollar budget overages, the owners of the last nuclear power plant still under construction in the U.S. say the project will continue.
Yes, But Only If: Cost Conditions Added For Georgia Nuclear Project ContinuationOne of the three owners added conditions to the project, now years over schedule and billions of dollars over budget.
One More To Go: MEAG Votes To Continue Costly Vogtle Nuclear ProjectThe board of a Georgia utility has voted to continue the expansion of the Vogtle nuclear power plant that's years behind schedule and billions of dollars over budget. But another co-owner still needs to decide the plant's ultimate fate.
Gubernatorial Rivals Disagree On 'Religious Freedom' LawBoth candidates were asked whether they would sign a religious protection bill if one was passed by lawmakers. A recent survey of the association's members, mostly people who serve on local chambers of commerce and development authorities, showed most oppose such laws, said Kevin Shea, the group's president.
Canceling Vogtle Nuclear Plant Could Cost Owners BillionsThe federal government is warning the owners of a troubled nuclear power plant in Georgia that any move to cancel a planned expansion would lead to demands for quick repayment of nearly $6 billion in federal loans.
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.
Chasing Rural Votes: Carter, Abrams Candidates From 2 Eras Use Similar StrategiesAbrams hopes that emphasising rural healthcare can net her just enough votes in Republican rural Georgia to give her an upset victory
Florence’s Track Uncertain; Georgia Now In PathFaced with new forecasts that showed a more southerly threat, Georgia's governor joined his counterparts in Virginia and North and South Carolina in declaring a state of emergency, and some residents who had thought they were safely out of range boarded up their homes.
Governor’s Race: Pence WIll Return To Georgia For Kemp Vice President Mike Pence is set to make a return trip to Georgia in support of Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp.
Europe's Jaguar Land Rover Classic Creating Jobs In SavannahJaguar Land Rover Classic will soon be heading to Georgia, locating its first U.S. facility in Savannah.
Mannington Mills Adds 200 Jobs To NW GeorgiaMannington Mills plans to add more than 200 jobs in northwest Georgia with a planned $42 million expansion.
Man Accused Of Filming Video Up Woman's Skirt31-year-old Daniel Casey Ward was arrested and charged with stalking and unlawful surveillance