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Topic - South Georgia And The South Sandwich Islands
VALDOSTA | Three Florida siblings involved in a cross-country crime spree were sentenced by a federal judge Monday to more than 35 years in prison.
A developer in south Georgia is looking for someone to buy a small town.
The fatal shooting of a woman and her three young daughters at a Missouri resort has been ruled a murder-suicide.
The Ray Charles Foundation is demanding the return of a $3 million gift given to Albany State University a decade ago because the organization says the college has yet to use the money to build a performing arts center in the late artist's name.
The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday in a Georgia case about whether government officials are protected from civil lawsuits, even if they tell lies that lead a grand jury to vote for an indictment.
Fast-moving spring storms packing high winds, hail and lightning blew through the South on Monday and early Tuesday, uprooting trees, knocking out power to hundreds of thousands and killing at least seven people.
Ray Drew knew he needed to get a little nastier on the football field, even if that attitude conflicted with an even greater passion.