The Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta has announced the birth of its newest beluga whale.
A statue of the late rock ‘n’ roll legend Little Richard is expected to be installed outside his childhood home in Macon, Georgia.
The therapy horse peeked through bedroom windows and nuzzled masked residents outside in the courtyard.
Investigators say the woman had been dead for some time.
The Argentine black and white tegus, which is native to South America, has established itself in Georgia as an invasive species, wildlife officials say.
Georgia's attorney general has appointed a new special prosecutor in the case of Ahmaud Arbery, a black man who authorities said died at the hands of two white men as he ran through a south Georgia neighborhood.
The Georgia Department of Investigation confirmed Saturday that agents are reviewing additional video as they work to piece together the minutes before the deadly shooting of Ahmaud Arbery.
A spokesperson says the Department of Justice is "assessing all of the evidence to determine whether federal hate crime charges are appropriate."
Griffin Police say a 5-year-old boy accidentally shot and killed his 12-year-old brother after finding a gun outside.
The parents of a Glynn County jogger who was shot and killed have asked for justice and the arrests of the men who were involved in the shooting.
An outside prosecutor assigned to examine the case said he plans to have a grand jury hear the evidence in the shooting of Ahmaud Arbery.
It just got easier in Georgia for new drivers to get a license
Starting Monday, Governor Brian Kemp is allowing customers eat inside restaurants statewide.
Officer Luis Salas' heroism and quick thinking helped rescue two teens who had fallen into a river.
After two weeks of COVID-19 treatment at Emory University Hospital, 94 year-old Jean Yancy is recovering and will get to spend her 95th birthday with family by her side.
Kemp, Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan, House Speaker David Ralston, and other officials discussed reopening the state during a briefing on Monday.
When the family got back from the man's funeral, the senior living home called them with more bad news.
Several people were killed and others hospitalized as severe storms ripped through parts of Georgia during the overnight hours Monday morning.
Perhaps the only ones happy about the COVID-19 outbreak are our pets, many of whom are getting more attention than they are used to. More and more people, it seems, are looking for companionship while spending lots of time at home.
A litter of foster kittens went on a magical field trip to the Georgia Aquarium.