Gwinnett judge handed felony indictments

Gwinnett Judge Kathryn Schrader was indicted on three felony counts of criminal trespass in a bizarre case that involves Ed Kramer, a convicted child molester who helped found  Atlanta’s DragonCon.  Schrader believed district attorney Danny Porter was somehow...

SOS’s office investigates Fulton elections

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced Wednesday that his office has opened an investigation into Fulton County elections procedures after two Express Poll Books, elections machinery used to check voters in, were stolen from Grove Park Recreation...

Snakebites on the rise

It’s been a year of highs in Georgia.  Record high temperatures, record number of films produced, record tourism numbers, record…. number of snakebites?  According to the Georgia Poison Control Center, there have been 392 snakebites recorded in the state...

CBD devices not harmless

Recent laws have led to a relaxation on policing marijuana use and the proliferation of CBD products such as vape pens.  While said CBD products are not supposed to contain THC, (the chemical in marijuana that gets you high) they are not without risks.  Savannah high...

UGA fans hold “Pink Out”

Things are looking good for University of Georgia football fans on the field, but this weekend they made a statement off it.  Fans dressed in pink on Saturday as part of a “Pink Out” to raise awareness for breast cancer research and to honor Arkansas State...

Ft. Benning gets new ICE facility

News leaked this week that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) wants to expand its training facilities in Georgia.  Already home to ICE’s Office of Firearms and Tactical Programs, Ft. Benning could soon host a state of the art facility...

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