A Conyers driver who struck a Covington woman and a 2-year-old and then tried to flee the scene was arrested and charged with driving under the influence.
A visit to Cottonwood Farm.
ATLANTA - The Music Midtown festival is returning to Atlanta with Coldplay set to headline, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed announced Wednesday.
Covington police report that a man shot himself this afternoon after allegedly robbing Chip's Health Mart at Pace Street.
The Newton County School System has released standardized test scores for its middle and elementary schools.
The National Weather Service has issued a Significant Weather Advisory for frequent lightning and heavy rain in portions of Newton and Rockdale counties.
A Covington woman was arrested Tuesday in connection with a June 25 fight caught on video in which a 52-year-old Conyers woman was sliced on the face and abdomen and stabbed, according to Conyers Police Lt. Jackie Dunn.
CANTON - The North Georgia Health District says six children and five adults are undergoing rabies treatments after being exposed to an unvaccinated rabid dog in Cherokee County.
CUMMING - The chairman of Georgia's state Senate Banking Committee has avoided losing commercial property in Cumming to foreclosure.
For Ansley and Reba Ogletree, the Salem Campmeeting has been a tradition in their family since 1828.
Covington City Councilwoman Hawnethia Williams was elected to the Board of Directors for the Georgia Municipal Association during the association's annual meeting in Savannah June 27.
A down economy may affect many things, but not the pace of court proceedings, especially in homicide cases.
You can learn a bit about alligator hunting and the hard life of the back woods at noon on July 23 when R.J. and Jay Paul Molinere from the History Channel series "Swamp People" make an appearance at the Mall at Stonecrest.
LAWRENCEVILLE - Owners of a hot air balloon in Gwinnett County say the aircraft was stolen by thieves.
ORLANDO, Fla. - Casey Anthony was found not guilty Tuesday of killing her 2-year-old daughter in a case that captivated the nation as it played out on national television from the moment the toddler was reported missing three years ago.
ATLANTA - A probe has found that more than 78 percent of Atlanta schools examined by state investigators engaged in cheating on standardized tests.