A four-month-old, severely burned while in his parents' care, is doing better, and special victims detectives say charges are still pending.
Noah Andrews was upgraded to stable condition at the Augusta Burn Center. On Monday doctors were able to remove his ventilator.
Police say Noah's parents left him in his car seat on a stove earlier this month.
They told investigators they went swimming outside and later found the car seat melted and Noah burned.
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Port Wentworth Police are asking for the public's help in identifying the man who robbed the Flash Foods gas station at gunpoint early Thursday morning.
Can it float? That was the big test on Thursday at Savannah's Jewish Community Center.
Employees of Veterans United Home Loans in Hinesville are surprising five local charities with $10,000 checks for their Week of Giving campaign.
Savannah City Council has officially approved the recommendations and funding formula provided through the Berkshire Advisors Police Study.
Summertime in Georgia usually means fresh peaches, but an odd winter season has cost peach growers most of the crop that means millions to Georgia's economy.