ATLANTA — A follower of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. is invoking the spirit of the civil rights icon and his wife, Coretta, in praying for a peaceful resolution to the legal battle among the King children.
MOSCOW — On the eve of a European Union report on who started the Russia-Georgia war, EU monitors said Tuesday they have stepped up patrols in Georgia to keep tensions from boiling over into violence.
WASHINGTON — Georgia claims a report commissioned by the European Union concludes that Russian troops were responsible for ethnic cleansing during last year’s war with Georgia.
ATLANTA — Delta Air Lines Inc. says it has closed on $2.1 billion worth of financing, which will help with the major debt payments it has due next year.
MARIETTA, Ga. — Nine homeless sex offenders scrambled to find housing Tuesday after they were kicked out of a makeshift tent city behind a suburban Atlanta office park where state officials had told them to live.
LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. — A man who went to an Atlanta suburb police department for a background check on a job application wound up under arrest as a suspect in a 1976 Missouri slaying.
BRUSSELS — Georgia says an EU-commissioned report presented Wednesday will underscore that Russia has invaded its territory last year and continues to occupy part of its territory.
WINDERMERE, Fla. — Florida authorities have released a video that shows a prominent developer charged in his wife’s death joking during a jail visit with his daughter and sister-in-law.
MOSCOW — On the eve of a European Union report on who started the Russia-Georgia war, EU monitors have stepped up their patrols in Georgia to try to keep tensions from boiling over into violence, an official said Tuesday.
ATLANTA — The surviving children of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. met in a courtroom Monday to formally discuss estate business for the first time in five years.
MARIETTA, Ga. — A small group of homeless sex offenders have set up camp in densely wooded area behind a suburban Atlanta office park, directed there by probation officers who say it’s a place of last resort for those with nowhere else to go.
BRASELTON, Ga. — Franck Montagny and Stephane Sarrazin gave Peugeot its first American Le Mans Series victory Saturday, winning the weather-shortened Petit Le Mans.
WASHINGTON — Regulators on Friday shut down Atlanta-based Georgian Bank, the 95th U.S. bank to fail this year as loan defaults rise in the worst financial climate in decades.
MARIETTA, Ga. — Vice President Joe Biden on Friday pledged the federal government would help Georgia recover from the severe weather that swept through the Southeast, even as rain and the threat of more flooding was forecast for the weekend.
MARIETTA, Ga. — Vice President Joe Biden is surveying flood damage in north Georgia and meeting with residents displaced by severe storms that swept through the Southeast earlier this week.
ATLANTA — Simmons Co., the maker of Beautyrest mattresses, said Friday that it plans to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, a move that will put new owners in charge of the bedding unit and significantly lower the company’s debt.
DAHLONEGA, Ga. — Drenched in sweat, Army Capt. Aaron Hall peeled off his soggy socks and applied a liberal dose of foot powder before slipping on a dry pair and rallying his troops back to their throbbing feet. For an outfit used to being ferried from fight to fight in armored vehicles, a 50-mile march through the Appalachians was a little much.
SAVANNAH, Ga. — Imperial Sugar Co. and managers of its Georgia refinery ignored known dangers of explosive dust for decades before a chain of dust-fueled fireballs erupted at the plant last year and killed 14 people, investigators said in a report Thursday.
SAVANNAH, Ga. — A federal agency is preparing to release its findings after an investigation of the deadly 2008 dust explosion at a Georgia sugar refinery.
ATLANTA — Georgia residents returning Wednesday to homes soaked by days of torrential rains were warned of a hidden danger — disease-causing bacteria and jagged debris harbored by stagnant, murky water.
DULUTH, Ga. — Farm equipment manufacturer Agco Corp. said Wednesday it wants to use an Energy Department grant of up to $5 million for a project focused on the efficient collection and transportation of biomass to production plants for processing.
ATLANTA — Ever get thirsty during your flight and wished you didn’t have to wait an hour or so for the beverage cart to come down the aisle?
JONESBORO, Ga. — A white man accused of beating a black female Army reservist while yelling racial slurs at her outside a suburban Atlanta restaurant was indicted Wednesday on felony charges.
NEW YORK — President Barack Obama personally assured Georgia officials that requests for federal aid to deal with deadly torrential rains there will “receive prompt attention,” the White House said Wednesday.
ATLANTA — A former member of the European Parliament has flown to the United States after her son drowned while attending college in north Georgia.
Here are the the 10 known storm-related deaths the past few days in Georgia and Alabama.
AUSTELL, Ga. — As floodwaters around Atlanta began to recede, residents were packing moving vans with furniture and commiserating about water-logged homes.
AUSTELL, Ga. — As floodwaters around Atlanta began to recede, residents were packing moving vans with furniture and commiserating about water-logged apartments.
VININGS, Ga. — David Bush had a sweeping view of the Chattahoochee River from his backyard. And when he returned to his house Tuesday, the surging river was in his front yard, too.
AUSTELL, Ga. — Neighborhoods, schools and even roller coasters at Six Flags over Georgia remained awash in several feet of murky, brown water Tuesday, even as an emerging sun shed light on the widespread flood damage.