Sunday May 20th, 2018 11:20PM

Marc Eggers

Anchor / Reporter
Marc Eggers
State tax revenues down in March according to Governor Deal
Governor Nathan Deal today announced that Georgia’s net tax collections for March totaled nearly $1.56 billion, for a decrease of $8.2 million, or -0.5 percent, compared to last year.
11:26AM ( 1 month ago )
Shots fired at State Trooper lead to multi-agency chase and arrest
Seven agencies combined efforts Thursday after shots were fired at a Georgia State Trooper during a traffic stop in southern Hall County
8:48AM ( 1 month ago )
Gainesville Police ask: ‘What would you do?’ (AUDIO)
Gainesville Police Corporal Drew Reed asked the same question several times during his presentation: “What would you do?”
10:08PM ( 1 month ago )
GDOT interstate work begins overnight on I-85, closes lanes
The Georgia Department of Transportation plans to begin work on I-85 that will impact late night traffic over the next couple of weeks.
9:20AM ( 1 month ago )
Lake Lanier Association nears completion of major projects
If Lake Lanier looks more pristine than you ever remember, you can probably credit two factors: a nearly-full lake level and the Lake Lanier Association.
10:00AM ( 1 month ago )
First GOP gubernatorial debate draws big crowd in Flowery Branch (AUDIO)
The seven men hoping to be the next Republican nominee for Governor of Georgia met onstage Saturday evening in the Venue at Friendship Springs.
10:35PM ( 1 month ago )
Hall schools move to enhance campus security
Hall school superintendent: “We want them to know that we are not a soft target.”
8:55PM ( 1 month ago )
Dawsonville Hwy. Connectivity Study continues hunt for citizen input
The Gainesville-Hall Metropolitan Planning Organization, along with the City of Gainesville, continued their efforts to get public input on how to deal with current and future traffic needs in the Dawsonville Highway / McEver Road corridor.
8:45PM ( 1 month ago )
Gainesville to seek damages caused by opioid crisis
The Gainesville City Council voted unanimously Tuesday evening to take legal action in the fight against opioid overuse and abuse.
8:50PM ( 2 months ago )
Hall Commission being watched as they grapple with vacation rental ordinance
The path that the Hall County Commission chooses to follow in how vacation/rental properties are regulated in the future is being closely watched by other counties across the state.
7:29PM ( 2 months ago )