Georgia House backs push to keep lottery winners anonymous

Georgia lottery players who win big can stay anonymous under a proposal approved by the state House. The House voted 173-1 on Monday in favor...

Opposition to casinos surfaces

    News that powerful political figures were lobbying Columbus Council to support a legislative effort to bring casino gambling to Georgia quickly mobilized opposition from...

City bought Super Bowl airfare for Atlanta mayor’s husband

Records show taxpayers initially covered airfare for Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms’ husband to this year’s Super Bowl, despite a policy banning personal use...

Mickey Tuck the Constitutional Conservative

The countdown clock is ticking loudly for the May 24th primary in Georgia. Mickey Tuck, candidate for the 14th U.S. Congressional seat, has visited...

Several top Georgia primary contests headed to July runoff

Some of the top Republican primary contests in Georgia - including one deciding who will face a Democrat vying to become the first black female governor in the U.S. - are still undecided after Tuesday’s primaries and will go to a July 24 runoff.

Subpoena seeks records related to former Atlanta mayor

Federal prosecutors investigating corruption in Atlanta’s city government are seeking records related to city-issued credit cards for former Mayor Kasim Reed and several others. A...

Republican governor hopefuls squabble over runoff calendar

As Republican candidates for Georgia governor face seven more weeks of a bruising runoff battle, even the lengthy runoff itself has become contentious.

Savannah spent $4,512 sprucing up City Hall for Pence visit

Savannah officials say they spent $4,512 sprucing up City Hall for Vice President Mike Pence’s visit on St. Patrick’s Day. A city news release Monday...

In Appalachia, Miller is ‘Michelangelo’ of politics

A governor and senator, friend and counselor to presidents, Zell Miller walked the marbled halls of American power. He was remembered more simply Monday...

Ethics complaints lodged against gubernatorial candidates

Three of Georgia’s top gubernatorial candidates are facing ethics complaints filed a month before the May 22 primary elections. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Democrats Stacey Abrams...