ATLANTA -- In a CDC-sponsored survey, Georgia high school students answered questions on smoking cigarettes, wearing bicycle helmets, carrying a weapon, and trying marijuana.
...county yet, but we are continuing to pick up debris until it is all collected," he said.Kent Politch, spokesman for the Department of Agriculture's Farm Service Agency, said emergency conservation funds, and business and farm loans between...
...it's a very dynamic population that can be hard to get a sense of who's included," said Jereon Brown, a spokesman for the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the agency that regulates U.S. homeless criteria.For years, HUD has...
...Voting Rights Act of 1965 that prohibits discrimination on the basis of race and color.Michael Passman, a spokesman for the department, said in an email the agency would not comment on why those two counties were chosen for monitors.
...Universal Plumbing was completing emergency repairs started Thursday on a blocked sewer line. Mike D'Aquino, spokesman for the Department of Occupational Safety and Health Administration, confirmed Thursday that an investigation is under way.
COLUMBIA -- South Carolina senators chipped away Wednesday at spending on the state's Medicaid program, approving budget measures that will make it tougher for patients with mental illness or HIV/AIDS to get name-brand drugs.
A South Carolina senator complained that Medicaid health care programs for the poor, elderly and disabled are like a Mercedes-Benz as the Senate gave initial approval to a $5.9 billion spending plan.
As the summer driving season kicks off on Memorial Day, motorists on Georgia roads can prepare for frustration as they encounter other vehicles going faster or slower because it's hard to know how fast is too fast.
...under an agreement reached last fall between the state and the U.S. Department of Justice.Tom Wilson, spokesman for the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities, says that while most patients should be out of the Rome...
COLUMBIA - Several Occupy Columbia protesters arrested last week for refusing to leave the Statehouse grounds sued South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley and state public safety officials Wednesday, saying their First Amendment rights were trampled when they were arrested for demonstrating on public property.