Flu season hasn't hit Georgia in full force yet, but there are plenty of other illnesses going around.
Calling all "citizen scientists"!
Flowery Branch officials discovered Wednesday morning that an equipment malfunction had caused an estimated 25,000 gallons of sewage to flow into a tributary of Lake Lanier.
It's not unusual for states to offer tax incentives to lure new industries. But in a bid to entice manufacturers of medical devices and pharmaceuticals, Georgia may go a step beyond.
Even in the best of times, many people can't afford to go to the dentist.
February is Heart Health Month, and there's some good news to report: It appears that Americans' hearts may actually be getting healthier.
2008 was a record-breaking year for Hall County, but nobody is celebrating.
When some Georgia residents went to their local pharmacies to get a flu shot last fall, they were surprised to learn they'd need a doctor's prescription.
The recall of peanut products associated with a nationwide salmonella outbreak has had a ripple effect, challenging food retailers to keep up with the ever-expanding list.
The Gainesville City Council is scheduled to vote today on whether to ban smoking in any city-owned park, sports complex or recreational facility.
After a year of being shut out of the fishing tournament circuit, Lake Lanier is open for competitions again.
Home health companies that provide oxygen therapy are unhappy about new Medicare rules that limit reimbursement, and they warn that the policy change could harm patients.
Today is Groundhog Day, and whether or not the chubby rodent sees his shadow, we can predict one thing with absolute certainty: There will be six more weeks of winter.
The Georgia Court of Appeals has agreed to hear an appeal from Northeast Georgia Health System, which is seeking to reverse a denial of its request to build a 100-bed hospital in South Hall.
Patients admitted to the nation's top-rated hospitals, a category that includes Northeast Georgia Medical Center, have a 27 percent lower chance of dying during their stay.