Georgians on the hook for failure of long-term care insurance firm

7:00 am Mar. 21, 2017

A massive insurance company failure could cost Georgia millions of dollars. What’s more, some of the 2,000 Georgia residents who purchased long-term care insurance from the company could eventually be left without enough money to pay nursing home bills.

Penn Treaty Network Insurance Company and its subsidiary American Network Insurance Company are short nearly $4 billion needed to cover promised long-term care insurance benefits to policyholders nationwide. Plans to salvage

Georgia college president paid $9.6 million and gets a free house

9:59 am Mar. 17, 2017

Among all the nonprofit colleges in the U.S. – think Emory, Duke, Harvard and many more, including leading research universities – which would you think has paid its president the most?

It’s one in Georgia. But not who you might think.

According to the Wall Street Journal, the latest available data shows that it’s Savannah College of Art and Design, where compensation for President Paula Wallace was $9.6 million in

Georgian man convicted of conspiracy in armed takeover of federal facility

8:00 am Mar. 14, 2017

A Georgia man is facing up to six years in prison after being convicted of conspiracy in the seizure of a federal wildlife refuge last year in Oregon.

The jury didn’t buy defense arguments that Jason Patrick of Bonaire, Ga., and others were staging a political protest, after seeing evidence that included photos of some other occupiers with guns sitting at the desks of federal workers. The occupiers also established armed