Why Georgia traffic tickets have so many extra fees

7:28 am May. 2, 2017

Most Georgians know they’ll get hammered with hefty fines if they get busted for speeding, driving on a suspended license or possession of marijuana.

But a new, multi-state study demonstrates one reason Georgians must often empty

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

Fulton jury awards $45 million in medical malpractice case

8:50 am Feb. 28, 2017

Negligent care by two obstetricians led to a new mother suffering severe brain damage and a heart attack, a Fulton County jury decided earlier this month in awarding more than $45 million in a malpractice case.

Shannon Trabue had given birth three days earlier at Northside Hospital when she suffered a heart attack while undergoing x-rays, according to Courtroom View Network reports. Hospital staff resuscitated her, but her attorneys