Kay Allen denied payment of attorney's fees after complaint agrainst her dismissed

ATLANTA -- A complaint filed against former Columbia County Tax Commissioner Kay Allen before the Georgia Campaign Finance & Transparency Commission was dismissed Wednesday in a 3-1 vote.

No quick solution to Georgia highway woes

...time to lay the groundwork," McCutcheon said. "If there's a grand plan, they've done a grand job of keeping it under wraps." Follow Walter Jones on Twitter @MorrisNews and Facebook or contact him at walter.jones@morris.com.

Tax hikes looms to fix Georgia roads

...General Assembly and approval from voters. Seasoned political observers predict it would be doomed without the governor's leadership.Follow Walter Jones on Twitter @MorrisNews and Facebook or contact him at walter.jones@morris.com.

Benefits of Ga. factory jobs touted

ATHENS, Ga. -- The manager of one of Georgia's newest, large manufacturers told state lawmakers there is a need to convince students that factory jobs are attractive.

Savannah port expansion bringing jobs, challenges

...some not-so-new legislators who may not be fully aware. I don't think there's every such a thing as a victory lap for us."Follow Walter Jones on Twitter @MorrisNews and Facebook or contact him at walter.jones@morris.com.

2014 Election Night Updates

...night 2014 coverage. First up tonight, we have some early looks at today's events from Morris News Service reporter Walter Jones in Atlanta. --ATLANTA -- Gov. Nathan Deal began Election Day ahead in most of the polls released in the last week...

Perdue bests Nunn in Senate contest

ATLANTA --David Perdue captured a majority to win Georgia's Senate seat Tuesday, keeping it in Republican hands and adding to his party's power in the U.S. Senate.

Deal coasts to election victory

ATLANTA -- Gov. Nathan soundly defeated Democratic challenger Jason Carter who was considered a rising star on a path to follow his grandfather to national office.

Georgia, South Carolina officials meet to discuss Interstate 20 bridge over Savannah River

Plans call for widening the bridge to three traffic lanes in each direction as well as adding a little elbow room to each of the lanes. There were 26 crashes with 23 injuries and a single fatality from 2011-13.

Augusta hospitals critique bids

The "opposition meeting" was a chance for competitors to voice concerns that are also reflected in lengthy, written documents on file at the Georgia Department of Community Health.