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Deputy says breastfeeding mom is ‘offensive’

11:33 am Sep. 27, 2016

Sometimes I think there’s so many laws police have trouble staying abreast of them.

For example, if you Google “weird laws of Atlanta” you may read it is illegal to tie a giraffe to a telephone

Georgia eagles feast on liberated chickens

12:04 pm Sep. 20, 2016

America, home of the brave and land of the free range chicken.

I don’t think “organic” groceries are worth the additional cost, but I gladly plunk down a couple extra dollars for more humane chicken and

Global warming gives Georgia a sinking feeling

1:12 pm Sep. 6, 2016

Ignoring facts as never been more popular. Or easier.

Thanks to the Internet we no longer have to search for the truth, we can merely search for information that confirms our biases. Our friends copy-and-paste their

A foolproof plan to stop the Zika virus

1:47 pm Aug. 23, 2016

As the Zika outbreak in Florida reminds us, no one likes blood-sucking parasites that facilitate the spread of disease.

Yet, there seems to be little humans can do to stop mosquitoes or politicians from creating misery.

The

UGA wins more Olympic medals than most countries

12:03 pm Aug. 16, 2016

In these parts, rooting for the University of Georgia is, as Hank Jr. would say, a family tradition.

My first football jersey was from Florida State, but when that one wore out — circa 1977 —

School’s back; parents and cops rejoice

1:00 pm Aug. 9, 2016

School’s back and parents everywhere are celebrating.

Monday I saw a couple of mothers high-fiving at a grocery store and figured they’d run across one heck of a coupon.

Nope, they were simply happy to reclaim their

Funding the home of the 2036 Braves

11:13 am Aug. 2, 2016

If you’re anything like me you’ve probably sipped a few $10 beers at Turner Field and pondered what the Atlanta Braves will do for a new stadium in 2036.

One recent sweltering evening, as the home

Medical marijuana blunts tax bill, say UGA researchers

3:00 pm Jul. 26, 2016

Georgia may never “free the weed” but legalized medical marijuana could save taxpayers millions, say University of Georgia researchers.

In a recent study, the father-daughter team of David and Ashley Bradford say in the 17 states