"You are my slave": School ends Civil War dress-up activity

School officials say there will be no more Civil War-related student dress-up activities at a Georgia elementary school after its "Civil War Day" sparked conflict.

Shia LaBeouf will spend the next year on probation after the actor pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of obstruction stemming from a public outburst in Georgia this summer.

One of the largest producers of Georgia's famous Vidalia onions has been ordered by a federal judge to pay $1.4 million in damages and unpaid overtime owed to hundreds of workers.

One family in Valdosta received a surprise on Thursday that they will never forget.

Valdosta votes against proposed curfew ordinance

Senate passes $4 trillion budget blueprint

Watch: Veteran with PTSD reunited with service dog

Wild Adventures raising awareness on International Sloth Day

Two children hit by pickup truck in Lowndes County

Maple apple grilled cheese

NRA launches insurance plan for self-defense shootings

Man gets life without parole in killing of Florida priest

Drowsy driving mimics effects of driving under the influence

Georgia Grown unveils 100% Georgia cotton T-shirts

Drugs suspected as Navy sailors die days apart at same home

Georgia man lands 93-pound blue catfish for new state record

5 Valdosta men admit to stealing checks from mail

2017 Sunbelt Agriculture Expo opens its doors

Bipartisan deal reached on Obamacare payments, says GOP senator

Officials identify man killed in Georgia truck crash

Former employee accused in Burger King burglary

Driver of deadly immigrant smuggling pleads guilty

No transplant for Georgia boy until donor dad follows law

Passenger says Delta crew stopped her from singing anthem

Moultrie preparing for thousands to come to town for Ag Expo

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