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Summer Construction Ahead – Practice Work Zone Safety Every Day

While Work Zone Safety Awareness Week ended, the Georgia DOT urges motorists to take its safety messages to heart, share them with family and friends, and drive like you work here every single day.

Dick’s Sporting Goods Recalls Hunter Tree Stands

People who have purchased this tree stand are eligible for a refund.

ICE issues VOICE Most Wanted fugitives list

One of the fugitives added to the list has ties to Georgia. He is wanted by ICE as an illegal alien in addition to being a criminal fugitive.

Interior Department Law Enforcement Seizes $2.3 Million in Illegal Drugs on Southern Border

422 traffic stops, 50 arrests, and $2.3 million in drugs in the month of March.

GBI Seeking Information on Unidentified Body Found in Darien Last Week

Do you have any information that may help the GBI identify this woman?

DNR: What to Do When You See a Snake

As spring hits full stride, John Jensen will begin answering more calls and emails about snakes. But most will involve two questions: What species is this and what do I do with it?

Appling Man indicted for possession of child pornography

Federal charges bring possible sentence of up to 20 years in prison

U.S. Department of Labor Seeks to Prevent Georgia Roadway Worksite Injuries through Safety Stand-Down...

The stand-downs encourage employers at Georgia construction sites to stop work voluntarily from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. EDT, on a day during that week to review best safety practices, and discuss struck-by hazards.

DOT Announces Special Committee to Review FAA’s Aircraft Certification Process

The Special Committee to Review FAA’s Aircraft Certification Process is an independent body whose findings and recommendations will be presented directly to the Secretary and the FAA Administrator.

Former Government Contractor Pleads Guilty to Federal Charge of Willful Retention of National Defense...

“Harold Martin was entrusted with highly classified national defense information.  Today, Martin admitted that he betrayed that trust and for more than 20 years he stole and retained a vast quantity of highly classified government information,”