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A north Georgia man is getting prayers and support from around the world after he was critically injured rescuing a 4-year-old child.
Officials bring in dogs at the jail where they will train with professional trainers and inmate-handlers.
It was a frightening experience for a Jonesboro woman Wednesday night when her car was sideswiped by another vehicle getting on to Interstate 75.
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The organization PETA recognized the Alpharetta Fire Department for its quick action in saving eight ducklings from a storm drain.
For the first time, a comprehensive survey is comparing what hospitals are charging for surgical and life saving procedures.
Jefferson High School students became the teachers when they made a very unique decision in electing their prom queen.
Dillon Humphries and Tyler Seagan have never taken a formal swimming class, but when they heard two people calling for help off the beach of Panama City, the teens didn't hesitate to jump in.
Governor Nathan Deal announced that the state's army national guard received this year's Army Communities of Excellence Award
A group of Atlanta fire fighters who did more than just save lives was honored Monday.
He was working on a leaky pipe when a mother cried for help. Her daughter stopped breathing.
A Forest Park man owes his life to the quick actions of his mother and the heroics of a Forest Park Police officer.
A Coweta County Firefighter risked his life and entered a burning home to rescue a woman who was unconscious inside.
Young lives at Vickery Creek Middle School changed for the better, forever, with the gift of a lifetime for 14-year-old Joseph Brunelle.
The Georgia Department of Driver Services is changing the look of driver's licenses for veterans.
The third generation of the Cancer Prevention Study is kicking off, and Atlanta needs 5,000 volunteers willing to help unlock the answers to curing cancer.
No one could find 2-year-old Zane McFarland right after the tornado last week destroyed his home in Gordon County. Then Courney Taylor started looking under the rubble.
Ten-year-old Cody Jackson, a fourth grader from Georgia, has spent thousands of hours greeting our troops and sending them gift packages overseas.
Bad weather forced troops trying to get home for Christmas to set up camp indefinitely at the USO at Atlanta's airport.
Several Atlanta police officers who participated took kids, ages 5 to 13, to Target at Atlantic Station on a shopping spree for Christmas.
It was the worst thing that had ever happened to either of them. But their personal tragedies led them on a journey to each other.
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