WASHINGTON - From purchases and prices to builder sentiment and construction, the U.S. housing market is making consistent gains.
ATLANTA - Jekyll Island's governing board on Monday approved a series of agreements with a developer to get a 200-room beachfront Westin Hotel project back on track, a spokesman for the island authority said.
AMARILLO, Texas - A JetBlue Airways pilot who disrupted a cross-country flight by leaving the cockpit and yelling about religion and terrorists is free to go home rather than be committed to a mental health facility, a Texas judge ruled Friday.
AUGUSTA - A new approach to pain management at Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center is setting the tone for the rest of the Army.
WASHINGTON - One million ads. More than $1 billion. Ten battleground states.
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SAVANNAH - Savannah planners are taking a vertical approach to traffic congestion on a major thoroughfare and considering a new elevated expressway.
SAVANNAH - The federal government said Saturday it has given final approval to a $652 million project to deepen the river channel to the Port of Savannah to make room for supersized cargo ships.
ATLANTA (AP) - Paul Johnson says Georgia Tech's powerful running game, which was dominant in last week's lopsided win over Boston College, will face a different challenge on Saturday against Brigham Young's stout run defense.
GENEVA (AP) - Mired in a crisis caused by the Lance Armstrong doping affair, cycling faces a long uphill trek to regain credibility.
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ATHENS, Ga. (AP) - Georgia might be the most fortunate team in the nation.
BOSTON - Jason Aldean will be making history at one of baseball's most historic sites.
ATLANTA - Georgia is looking for answers as it confronts a looming shortage of doctors.
ATLANTA - A lawsuit filed Monday by five Georgia residents accuses the state's 180 local school districts of illegally using taxpayer money to campaign against a proposed constitutional amendment that would put more control of charter schools in the state's hands.