Wednesday August 15th, 2018 4:54AM

Alyson Shields

Alyson Shields
Hall County early voting comes to a close
Early voting is wrapping up for Hall County for a referendum election taking place next week.
4:13PM ( 3 years ago )
GBI seeks public's help in identifying CVS robber
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is asking for the public's help in identifying the suspect in multiple pharmacy robberies across North Georgia.
10:37AM ( 3 years ago )
Gas leak shuts down intersection in South Forsyth Co. for an hour
A major gas leak on Old Atlanta Road at Sharon Road in Forsyth County forced officials to shut down the intersection earlier Thursday to repair the leak.
12:54PM ( 3 years ago )
Commerce wreck critically injures child
A child and three other people were injured in a two-vehicle wreck in Jackson County Tuesday afternoon.
6:47PM ( 3 years ago )
July trial set for lawsuit against US in militia slayings
A federal judge has set a July 2016 trial date for a lawsuit filed against the United States by the parents of two teens who were killed in 2011 by an anti-government paramilitary group in the woods near the Fort Stewart Army base in Georgia.
6:03PM ( 3 years ago )
Gainesville councilwoman honored as Woman of Distinction
The Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia honored Ruth Bruner Tuesday as the 2015 Gainesville Woman of Distinction.
12:49PM ( 3 years ago )
TVA to rely more on natural gas, renewable energy
The country's largest public utility will rely more on natural gas and renewable energy in the future.
4:56PM ( 3 years ago )
Two widely different medicinal marijuana bills to butt heads
The Georgia Senate's version of a medicinal marijuana bill, much weaker than the House bill, could come up this week in the General Assembly, setting the stage for a showdown.
4:52PM ( 3 years ago )
DeKalb man to go to prison for pregnant girlfriend's death
A DeKalb County man has been sentenced to serve two consecutive life sentences plus five years in prison for the fatal shooting of his pregnant girlfriend.
4:50PM ( 3 years ago )
GOP tries to undercut nuclear deal with warning to Iran
Republican lawmakers warned the leaders of Iran on Monday that any nuclear deal they cut with President Barack Obama could expire the day he leaves office. The White House denounced the GOP's latest effort to undercut the international negotiations as a "rush to war."
4:45PM ( 3 years ago )