Thursday's shooting of a Cleveland father and son has turned into a murder investigation.
With the economy in a slump, cheap help has never been more valuable.
Lightning may have caused a fire that destroyed a historic 1830s Clarkesville home last week.
The U.S. Supreme Court has broadened rules allowing officers to break into residences without warrants, but it's a ruling Gainesville police say likely won't change the way they operate.
As the mercury on the thermometers stretches higher, it can mean only one thing for Lake Lanier law enforcement - time to scrape the cobwebs off the citation books.
Cleveland police are investigating the shooting of a father, 47, and son, 27, both of whom are in the hospital with serious injuries.
Kelly Parham merrily rowed past the indoor rowing world record Thursday morning. But life was anything but a dream - he hadn't slept in 77 hours.
Colleagues and friends are remembering Sam Oliver, a prominent lawyer and community leader who died Wednesday of leukemia at age 68.
Quenn and her partners assisted in 135 arrests, apprehended 52 suspects and seized more than $35,000 worth of drugs and property in 2010.
Superior Court Judge Jason Deal is still considering whether to suppress statements Reginald Coleman made during interrogation.
Evidence in the 2010 Valentine's Day murder of Richard Schoeck may be circumstantial, but it's sufficient, Hall County Superior Court Judge Jason Deal said Tuesday.
A judge denied a motion Monday to dismiss the grand jury indictment of Reginald Coleman, the alleged triggerman in the 2010 Valentine's Day contract killing of 45-year-old Richard Schoeck.
An employee at Cleveland's Kountry Kupboard said Thursday that the owner and some customers chased away a man who attempted to rob the store Wednesday afternoon.
Jim Walters and Gus Whalen do more than just impact the local economy.
Gainesville Fire Department officials say smoke detectors they've been installing are safe, unlike those in Atlanta that were found to be defective.
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