Run-off elections for Atlanta School Board, State Senate and Georgia House highlighted Tuesday's elections across the metro.
Facing an $80-mil. deficit, Cobb County schools question tax deal for new development that supporters say will pay off big in the long run
Some say photos on a Facebook page belonging to Cobb County School Board member David Morgan set a bad example.
After reassuring U.S. ally Japan that Washington shares its concerns over China's new air defense zone, Vice President Joe Biden flew from Tokyo to Beijing Wednesday to raise the issue directly with Chinese leader Xi Jinping.
Educator Kira Willis announced her candidacy for state school superintendent Tuesday morning. She plans to run in the Republican Primary in May, 2014.
A University of Georgia library has received a grant to process the records of the Republican and Democratic parties of Georgia.
Congress is on track to beat its own low record of productivity, enacting fewer laws this year than at any point in the past 66 years.
Neighborhood near the new Falcons stadium wants to restrict parking lots, saying too many lots stifled development around Turner Field.
Although Malachi York went to prison, his followers remain. The Nuwaubian temple and book store in Decatur quietly started three years ago.
With the Atlanta Braves paying a majority of the construction costs for their new Cobb County stadium, the deal looked good enough for the Cobb County board of commissioners to bless it Tuesday night.
Wondering what to talk about around the table this holiday season President President Barack Obama's administration would like you to talk about about health care.
A new chapter of College Republicans at Morehouse College is at the center of an effort by the Georgia GOP to build support among minorities.
It is the most repeated question of the week. "Where were you when JFK died?" For those old enough to remember November 22, 1963, it is easily answered.
The Fulton County Board of Commissioners unanimously adopted a resolution at their Wednesday, Nov. 20 meeting, sponsored by Commissioner Robb Pitts, urging continued negotiation with the Atlanta Braves.
The colorful former TV mogul who built the Atlanta Braves into "America's Team" and whose name adorns their stadium, doesn't want them to go to Cobb County.
Atlantans remember the day JFK was killed. "Where were you?" We get some answers.
Nancy Gordon told 11 Alive she left DFCS after 10 years because, "I couldn't handle the stress anymore."
Atlanta's Ethics Board on Thursday fined Council Member Cleta Winslow $2,000 for spending city money on her re-election campaign.
Atlanta's mayor says he expects Congress to soon clear a bureaucratic hurdle to deepening Savannah's harbor.