March is American Red Cross Month and Tuesday was an example of the reason donors are often called everyday heroes.
Last December, after a long day of work, I could think of nothing more important than going home and hugging my kids tightly.
The Second Amendment to the Constitution has come under direct fire recently by anti-Second Amendment activists at both the state and national level.
Last July, in compliance with federal law, the Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) enacted a Secure ID program to enhance the integrity and security of your Georgia driver's license or identification card.
May is a month full of holidays; Memorial Day, the National Day of Prayer and that one special day set aside to acknowledge the strong and resilient leaders behind our families- mothers.
On May 2, Americans across the nation will gather to celebrate the 62nd Annual National Day of Prayer.
Last week, we spent time highlighting bills that received final passage through the legislature and are traveling to the Governor’s desk for final approval or veto.
For the next several weeks, we will highlight bills that received final passage through the legislature and are traveling to the Governor's desk for final approval or veto.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Presidential campaigns are long in the making, quick to be forgotten. But one part of them lives on for years: the victor's promises.
The Georgia General Assembly adjourned the first session of the 152nd biennial term on Thursday, March 28.
The Legislature wrapped up its 2013 session at midnight Thursday, March 28.
As you're well aware, one of the most important things the General Assembly does each session is pass a balanced state budget.
Under Georgia law, the House and Senate must pass identical versions of the same bill before it can be sent to the Governor for his approval to become law.
Last year, the Georgia legislature passed a bill – signed into law by Governor Deal – that would require online retailers like Amazon to begin collecting and remitting our state’s sales tax, but so far it has not worked.
A strong spring storm system over the mid-Mississippi valley will move northeast into Polk County today.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Some of the numbers being hurled around in the gun control debate passed their freshness date eons ago. Perhaps none is more prominent than the claim that 40 percent of gun sales take place without background checks.
Cedartown Police Department officers Craig Payton and Chris Reed were chosen as the Cedartown Exchange Club Police Officers of the Year.
Last Thursday, members of the Georgia Senate worked diligently and swiftly to pass legislation on Day 30, otherwise known as Crossover Day.
The pace under the Gold Dome is quickly gaining momentum as we move closer to day 30 - the last day a bill may travel to the opposite chamber for consideration.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama and his officials are doing their best to drum up public concern over the shock wave of spending cuts that could strike the government in just days. So it's a good time to be alert for sky-is-falling hype.