GBI says man shot his wife, turned the weapon on himself at Richmond Hill home

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation says a man shot his wife and then turned the weapon on himself, causing his own death, Thursday in Richmond Hill.

‘Here we go again’: Judge blocks Mississippi abortion ban

U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves on Friday issued an order to stop the law from taking effect July 1.
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CEOs get an average of $800,000 pay increase, leaving workers further behind

Pay for CEOs at S&P 500 companies rose to a median of $12 million last year, including salary, stock and other compensation, according to data analyzed by Equilar for The Associated Press.

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First Alert Weather Day: Heat wave taking over

Savannah PD holding annual Police Memorial Ceremony

Safety officials urge caution on Georgia roads over holiday

SC DNR recommending ‘float plan’ for all boaters this Memorial Day weekend

This Memorial Day travel weekend set to be busiest on record in South Carolina

More than 600,000 South Carolinians will be hitting the road or taking to the air this Memorial Day weekend, making it the holiday’s busiest weekend since AAA started keeping records of it in 2000.
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  Trump expands Barr power over classified Russia probe info

President Donald Trump directed the U.S. intelligence community on Thursday to "quickly and fully cooperate" with Attorney General William Barr's investigation of the origins of the multi-year probe of whether his 2016 campaign colluded with Russia.

Tybee Island mayor not seeking re-election, running for Chatham Co. chairman

Wildfire delaying traffic on I-95 in Jacksonville, Fla.

Eagles rout Little Rock, advance to Sun Belt semis

  Tybee Island mayor delivers State of the City Address

  ‘Heartbeat Bill’ prompts 3 film productions to pull projects out of GA

  Examining the truths and myths behind the MMR vaccine

Chatham County Police seek man wanted for questioning

  NOAA predicts a ‘near normal’ 2019 hurricane season for the Atlantic

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  Rolling Thunder will ride through Washington DC for the last time Memorial Day weekend

The president of Rolling Thunder, Inc. says it comes down to money, and how much the Pentagon is charging.

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Eagles rout Little Rock, advance to Sun Belt semis

  Raiders stymied, swept in state championship

Savannah Christian struggled at the plate against Tattnall Square's top two pitchers Tuesday night, falling 11-1 and 11-0 in the GHSA Class A-Private state finals.

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Man charged with murder in connection with assault of elderly man in Hampton County

Hwy 119 on Fort Stewart back open after crash

Semi fire blocks lanes of southbound I-95 near GA 204 exit

AAA: Thursday night the worst time for Memorial Day travelers

Second Harvest holding Drive Thru Food Distribution for low-income families

America’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia is hosting a Drive Thru Food Distribution for low-income families on Thursday, May 23.
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  ‘Where are my three children?’ says mother after plane crashes into home

Jemillah Foster said her children were not injured in the crash. She found her young son 10 feet from the plane. The plane’s occupants were transported to the hospital.

Georgia tag offices set to close for system upgrades

  Loggerhead turtle saved from tangled fishing line

  Jewish Educational Alliance celebrates 107 years

  EXCLUSIVE: Survey results show major problems with housing on military bases, including Fort Stewart