GA Tax Collections Up 1 Percent In March

Atlanta, GA- Gov. Nathan Deal today announced that Georgia’s net tax collections for March totaled $1.17 billion for an increase of nearly $12.7 million, or 1.1 percent, compared to March 2012. With three quarters completed, net…

98 Wanted In Statewide Child Porn Sting

The GBI announced on Wednesday that they have issued 98 warrants for people suspected of distributing child pornography over the Internet. The 3-month-long investigation involved nearly four dozen state, federal, and local law enforcement agencies.…

District 169 State Rep Charged With DUI

State Representative Chuck Sims (R-Coffee County) is facing another DUI charge, his second in as many years. Sims was arrested in Coffee County on April 2nd. Previously, Sims was pulled over by Atlanta police in…

No Uniforms Headed To Tift County Schools

The Tift County School Board put the issue of uniforms to a vote of parents, students and staff...and somewhat unsurprisingly, the numbers came back in favor of letting kids wear their own clothes to school.…

Deer Season To Be Cut By 25 Days?

New proposed hunting regulations could shorten this deer hunting season by nearly four weeks. A study from the state Dept. of Natural Resources showed that the longer hunting season during the past 10 years has reduced…

GA Gas Down Another 4 Cents From Last…

Valdosta, GA- Retail gas prices continue to follow the downward trend seen in March as bearish economic news does not support speculation of increased fuel demand. Crude prices made steep declines last week after the Labor Department reported payrolls…