Teens Ask For Jobs To Avoid Gangs, Get Hired On The SpotA Georgia official praised four teens who took the initiative to find jobs instead of succumbing to pressure to join gangs.
Man Charged With Murder In Case Of Missing PriestAuthorities in Georgia charged a man with murder after he led authorities to a body believed to be that of a missing Florida priest, law enforcement said.
Bulldogs Coach Mark Fox: "All I Ever Wanted To Do Was Coach"As part of the "Guiding Greatness" series presented by Delta Air Lines, Georgia men's basketball head coach Mark Fox tells us he had his "dream come true."
Georgia Man Arrested In Florida Bomb Threat HoaxesFederal officials arrested a man in Georgia accused of having made hoax bomb threats in Florida.
7 Most Photogenic Cities In The USSeven exceptionally photogenic cities to consider visiting in America
Judge Denies Bond For Woman Accused In Jewelry Store Thefts Across The SouthA 24-year-old woman accused of stealing nearly $4 million from jewelry stores across five Southern states has been denied bond by a judge who deemed her a flight risk.
Universities Tap Into Craft Beer Growth By Offering ClassesThe craft brewery industry has exploded over the last decade. Recognizing that, some universities are offering programs that can blend a passion for beer brewing with the business side of things.
Grand Jury Indicts Truck Driver In Tracy Morgan CrashA New Jersey grand jury on Wednesday indicted the truck driver who crashed into a limo van carrying Tracy Morgan, killing one man and severely injuring the comedian.
'Annie' On National Tour Is Led By A Keeper Of The FlameIf you catch the latest national tour of "Annie," you're in for a treat — the original director and lyricist is running the show. That's like drinking real Coke after years of only having New Coke.
Man Accused Of Firing At Lil Wayne's Tour Buses Gets Prison A man accused of shooting into Lil Wayne's tour buses on a Georgia highway has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Undersized Oysters Targeted In Troubled Apalachicola BayState officials will step up enforcement Nov. 1 to prevent the harvest and sale of undersized oysters from Northwest Florida's Apalachicola Bay, as efforts continue to try to help the bay recover from a collapse three years ago.
Apalachicola Braces For Army Corps Water PlanFlorida elected officials, environmentalists and seafood workers are bracing for the release of a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers draft plan for the river system that feeds struggling Apalachicola Bay.