WLJA has confirmed the death of Normal Wilson, tenor of The Primitive Quartet. Mr. Wilson passed away Wednesday, October 15 after suffering an apparent massive heart attack while hunting with friends in North Carolina.
The National Weather Service confirms two tornados touched down in metro Atlanta Tuesday morning.
The City of Waleska's plan to charge a hotel/motel tax on Reinhardt University resident students has been shut down by the Georgia Attorney General's Office and the Department of Community Affairs.
Comedienne Jan Hooks, known for her dazzling work on NBC's Saturday Night Live, Pee-wee's Big Adventure, Batman Returns, and Designing Women, will be laid to rest next to her aunt in Northview Cemetery in Cedartown.
An East Point woman will spend the next eight years in prison after a Cobb County jury convicted her for stabbing another woman she was having an argument with outside a home in Austell, the Cobb County District Attorney's Office announced Thursday.
Cherokee Sheriff's Office detectives are releasing a composite sketch of a suspect who reportedly exposed himself to a 12-year-old female at a bus stop Tuesday morning in the Cedar Mill Crossing subdivision off Kellogg Creek Road in Acworth.
A select group of education majors at Reinhardt University were recently selected to receive what the institution calls the Price School of Education's most prestigious scholarships.
The second of the year's four total lunar eclipses - creating what is often called a "blood moon" - will occur just before sunrise on Wednesday, October 8.
Free Home Elementary School parents are organized for a big showing at the third meeting about boundary redrawing.
The Cherokee County coroner has identified the young man who was killed Wednesday afternoon in a single-vehicle accident in Canton.
Georgians who wish to vote in the November 4 General Election but have yet to formally register to vote have one more week to begin the process.
Residents, business owners, and city officials gathered Tuesday to brainstorm ideas and sketch out concepts for improving the Highway 92 corridor.
A sheriff's department in northwest Georgia is planning to outfit deputies with small, wearable cameras.
Cherokee County District Attorney Shannon Wallace has cleared a Woodstock K-9 officer of any wrongdoing in the shooting death of a 45-year-old area man.
The Cobb County father accused of intentionally leaving his 22-month-old son inside a hot car to die in June will not face execution if he is convicted at trial, the Cobb County District Attorney's Office announced Wednesday.
A man armed with a knife reportedly tried to attack a student at Southern Polytechnic State University in Marietta Tuesday evening, WSB-TV reports.
A Canton man pleaded guilty to threatening and extorting teenage girls with sexually explicit images of themselves in an attempt to get them to send him more graphic images.
The Atlanta Braves fired general manager Frank Wren on Monday, less than 24 hours after being eliminated from the NL playoff race.
At 2:50 PM on Tuesday, September 16, Woodstock Police Officer Shane Bonebrake was dispatched to a call for service regarding a complaint of an unconcious female inside a Woodstock residence.
A mother and her boyfriend have been indicted by a Bartow County grand jury on more than a dozen charges in the death of the woman's child.
A Canton man who eluded police by floating on a log in the Etowah River has been indicted on drug possession charges.
A 19-year-old woman has been charged with 2nd degree vehicular homicide in connection with a wreck that claimed the life of a Kingston woman last Thursday.
The Cartersville Board of Education got its first look at uniforms being considered for students at Cartersville Primary School.
As if a vacant, run down gas station isn't unsightly enough, try throwing a yard sale on top of it.
Some people in the downtown area are blatantly disregarding the parking enforcement by the Canton Police Department, according to a report of warning tickets issued in August.
Cherokee County residents will have two opportunities to honor the nearly 3,000 people who were killed in the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
A man who pleaded guilty to killing a Fannin County magistrate judge while he was driving drunk was sentenced to 25 years in prison last week in Fannin County Superior Court, a court officer said.
Young Harris College welcomed its largest-ever entering class comprised of 507 freshmen.