Four CBS News staffers were fired Monday following the release of an independent investigation that said a "myopic zeal" led to a "60 Minutes Wednesday" story about President Bush's military service that relied on allegedly forged documents.
Updated: 10:52 AM
The new year brings plenty of time for individuals to file their taxes for 2004 and receive the biggest deductions.
Updated: 9:17 PM
Democratic domination draws to a close in the Georgia Legislature.
Updated: 9:44 PM
Saturday was a good day for recycling as hundreds of people participated in Tallahassee's "E-Day.”
Updated: 2:53 PM
Back to back blazes push Red Cross volunteers into overdrive.
Updated: 2:48 PM
Fire forces eight Tallahassee families from their homes.
Updated: 10:13 AM
A place haunted by abandonment, vandalism and theft leaves a community-wide desire for change.
Updated: 10:09 AM
Police say the shooter and his wife were in the process of a divorce.
Updated: 6:45 PM
Is the winter season keeping you sneezin'? We explore why people's allergies act up when mother nature does an unseasonable 180!
Updated: 6:34 PM
Programs that prepare students for the jobs of tomorrow could be looking at a future financial pick me up.
Updated: 6:32 PM
Members of the Valdosta National Guard have just begun their first day of an 18-month-long mission, which will take them all the way to Iraq.
Updated: 9:13 PM
Almost 60 children are safe and sound after two bus drivers take evasive action against an 18 wheeler.
Updated: 6:23 PM
University leaders in Georgia say 2005 is shaping up to be better than the past few years.
Updated: 2:30 PM
Many communities provide a place for children to go for recreational activities.
Updated: 2:25 PM
A new scientific study says Lake Lafayette in Tallahassee is too polluted.
Updated: 2:22 PM
Gov. Sonny Perdue is proposing a two percent pay increase in the budget he'll submit to state lawmakers next week.
Updated: 6:36 PM
A Thomasville police officer is telling his heart-rending story about the loss of his family members in the Southeast Asia tsunami.
Updated: 6:32 PM
Sheriff Morris Young is working on several programs aimed at keeping children safe and out of trouble.
Updated: 6:24 PM
Details are now coming to light in the firing of a top official in the Jeb Bush administration.
Updated: 6:21 PM
Teens get fit for spring break.
Updated: 6:15 PM
A few tips on buying shoes for growing children.
Updated: 6:26 PM
The month of January is Stalking Awareness Month.
Updated: 6:16 PM
Nearly three months after fire ripped through a local middle school, students and staff are still awaiting renovations.
Updated: 6:01 PM
The Leon County Sheriff's Office says there's funny money floating around the Tallahassee area.
Updated: 2:47 PM
Tax assessors in one local county are really cracking down on mobile home residents who don't display the proper tax decal.
Updated: 2:42 PM
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