Motorcycle wreck kills Georgia judge

BLUE RIDGE, Ga. - A sheriff says a north Georgia judge was killed in a crash while riding a motorcycle.The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports Fannin County Chief Magistrate Judge Ronald Newton died Sunday afternoon in a wreck on Ga...

Popular Atlanta traffic reporter dies helping at accident

...traffic helicopter radio reports, died Saturday from a heart attack while helping a metro motorist. He was 61.The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports Emory, 61, known as "Captain Herb," heard a two-vehicle crash Saturday afternoon not...

Police kill suspect outside Ga. Wal-mart

...round 9:15 p.m. Friday in the parking lot of the Walmart on Georgia Highway 92 and Trickum Road. Duncan tells The Atlanta Journal-Constitution that the person who was shot was taken to a local hospital, but did not survive. The Georgia Bureau...

New Falcon stadium may need more from taxpayers

ATLANTA - Georgia officials are preparing to spend more than $30 million to buy land and build parking for the new stadium that would be home to the Atlanta Falcons.

Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald urges no vote on forming union

...who tore his ACL less than five months ago, will throw at the Bulldogs' pro day on April 16, his agent told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.Murray had been targeting the pro day throughout his rehab. SOUTH CAROLINA: Starting tight end...

Naked cowboy in Atlanta suburb

...Decatur, Ga., man for breaking into several homes, including one owned by a city councilwoman, while naked.The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports that Ashdon Gibbs, 21, faces nearly a dozen charges stemming from the Monday spree.Councilwoman...

Companies receive incentives, fail to deliver jobs

...short of delivering the number of jobs they promised to state officials looking to bolster economic development.The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Sunday that a group of companies awarded more than $106 million in public grants fell short...

Judge denies Vidalia onion rules

...overstepped his authority when he changed rules so he could determine when Vidalia onions can be harvested and shipped. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports Fulton County Superior Court Judge Cynthia Wright ruled last week. She said state law gives...

South Carolina backup QBs are untested

...to clear the air. Atlanta is not switching to a 3-4 defense."I think it's a non-question," Smith told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. "We are going to do what we've done in the past."Now, some tweaks are in order."We changed...

Across Georgia

...overpayments to food stamp recipients in 2013 and risks an outside intervention because the program is federally funded, The Atlanta-Journal Constitution reported Sunday.Several factors might be contributing to the overpayments including staff mistakes...