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Iraq veterans SpongeBob gravestone removed

An Iraq war veterans towering SpongeBob SquarePants headstone has been removed from her final resting place because officials at the historic Cincinnati cemetery deemed it inappropriate for their traditional grounds.…

Criminal probe launched after students fight in Bacon County

An off-campus fight between high school students last week is now a criminal investigation with the Bacon County Sheriffs Office. WTOC received a video of the fight. Superintendent Dr. Laine…

Wife files suit against officers involved in husband’s death

A wife whose husband was shot and killed by police says he didn’t deserve to die. Tenisha Felio has filed a federal lawsuit against the officers involved in the death…

OPINION: Putting more bite into ethics law long overdue

“It’s possible, if not probable, that Georgia could put teeth into its notoriously gummy ethics oversight system early next year. And under the right (or wrong, depending on one’s perspective)…

Georgia officials to revisit interbasin water transfers

For the first time, the state will have a way to transfer water from reservoirs on one stream and move it to another that is depleted by drought. Environmental organizations…

Spongebob movies wraps up filming in downtown Savannah

The big movie shoot came to end Friday in downtown Savannah. Cars packed up, signs taken down and roads re-opened. For a week and a half Broughton Street was transformed…

‘The Walking Dead’ inspires new convention in Atlanta

Cable TV’s “The Walking Dead” has inspired a new convention, a podcast, and a one-man play. The podcast and Atlanta-based convention are the creations of Eric Nordhoff and James Frazier,…

Telegraph reporter runs with the bulls near Atlanta

It’s over, and I’m dripping red. I’m bruised and throbbing. It feels like someone kicked me in the ribs and punched me in the jaw. People have asked me why…

Cain to local church: U.S. is troubled

Black, white, young and old crowded into the Old Friendship Missionary Baptist Church in Powder Springs on Sunday to listen to former presidential candidate, the Rev. Herman Cain, speak of…

Memorial Health and Novant join with Liberty Regional Medical Center in Hinesville

The move is expected to reduce expenses and improve patient care. Source: Savannah Morning News Georgia Regents University research targets difficult breast cancer Some researchers at Georgia Regents University Cancer Center…

Houston County landfill wins national award

The Solid Waste Association of North America presented the county Tuesday with the Silver Excellence Award for landfill management. Source: Macon Telegraph   “Very good fall color” expected this year Source: Dalton…

UGA out of top 25 list in football rankings

Georgia geared up to make a national title run this season after coming up five yards short from the championship game a year ago.  Source: Athens Banner-Herald Savannah officials call for…

Former Coca-Cola president and wife give $30 million to Notre Dame

The money will be used for the construction of a new building for the international institutes. Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle Asama Coldwater Manufacturing Inc. to expand Warrenton plant The automotive brake…

Video: Rep. Kingston speaks on Affordable Care Act

Kingston spoke about the work that still needs to be done in Washington. The debt ceiling has been postponed, but lawmakers have two dates looming over their heads to take…

Veterans fight child predators in new program

The inaugural class of the Human Exploitation Rescue Operative Child Rescue Corps has been sworn in; members are former Marine Corps intelligence specialist who will use their skills to help…