Former Georgia Secretary of State Karen Handel announced Friday she'll become the fourth Republican to run for the U.S. Senate seat now held by Saxby Chambliss.
A federal grand jury has indicted State Rep. Tyrone Brooks (D-Atlanta) on charges that he misappropriated nearly $1 million in charitable funds from Universal Humanities and the Georgia Association of Black Elected Officials.
The ferris wheel would come by way of France, where it operated across
from the Louvre in Paris. It would be called SkyView Atlanta.
11 Alive asks for answers on why the City of Douglasville has not relocated a guardrail six weeks after they settled a lawsuit claiming it contributed to a woman's death.
U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz reiterated Tuesday that the impeachment of President Barack Obama is possible as the White House faces scrutiny over its role in responding to the terror attack on a U.S. diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya.
Atlanta tea party pioneers say the IRS tried to intimidate them, even asking for their donor lists, and they want an independent, criminal investigation of the IRS and the agents involved.
Tuesday, the Georgia World Congress Center Authority will vote on whether to give the Atlanta Falcons the go-ahead to survey property for a new stadium.
US Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) said he plans to ask the CIA to declassify all emails surrounding the Benghazi, Libya, attacks in an attempt to make the investigation into last year's assault a national security issue and not a "political exercise."
President Obama holds a brief news conference Monday morning with British Prime Minister David Cameron, but he is likely to be asked about pressing domestic issues: Benghazi and the IRS. || 11Alive.com will stream live coverage of the news conference at 11:15 a.m.
The Internal Revenue Service targeted other groups focused on government spending and the federal debt that were seeking tax-exempt status, in addition to tea party organizations, documents set to be released this week by the agency's watchdog show.
Prisoners at Hays State Prison allegedly tipped off to upcoming security shakedowns, according to a retired employee.
An investigation into a terrorist attack in Benghazi and the mishandling of security there has yet to answer key questions about who's at fault and what went wrong, security analysts said Thursday.
Cheshire Bridge Road is well known for its red light district. One Atlanta City Councilman wants to zone the vices away.
Councilwoman Cleta Winslow had just left a popular Castleberry Hill bar before an Atlanta police officer stopped her for DUI.
Former S.C. Gov. Mark Sanford has redeemed a political career sidelined by scandal by winning his old congressional seat.
Democratic Rep. John Barrow says he won't be running for the U.S. Senate next year.
President Barack Obama is welcoming South Korea's new leader Park Geun-hye to the White House, looking to present a strong front against North Korea's nuclear threats but also to leave the door open to talks with Pyongyang.
Gov. Nathan Deal has signed into law new limits on how much money lobbyists can spend while trying to influence public officials in Georgia.
Delivery trucks from Mexico line up early in the morning at the border crossing in Tijuana, where 20 million flat-screen TVs were manufactured last year.
A huge political victory in hand, the National Rifle Association is gathering in Texas to celebrate and brace for more fights over gun control across the U.S.