A Cherokee County woman was arrested Thursday for murdering her father and hiding his death.
President Obama turns back to Middle East diplomacy on Thursday. The president welcomes Turkish Prime Minister Recip Tayyip Erdogan to the White House for a series of talks. || 11Alive.com will stream President Obama & PM Erdogan's news conference live at noon.
Many tech-savvy teens have moved beyond Facebook and Twitter, and are using other social networking sites. Here's a list of some of those sites.
No one matched all the numbers in Wednesday night's $360 million Powerball jackpot, which means the grand prize rolls over to at least $475 million for Saturday night's drawing.
John McNeil has certainly been forced to take an unusual path to freedom. 11Alive went to talk with McNeil about his time in prison, his overturned conviction and the plea deal that would eventually allow him to go home. But what we found wasn't a murder case, but a love story.
The surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon attack indicated that the bombing was retribution for what he called U.S. attacks against Muslims in Afghanistan and Iraq, a law enforcement official said.
A woman was hit and killed by a tractor trailer on an access road near I-75 and I-285 in Clayton County Wednesday night.
Some American Airlines and American Eagle flights have been delayed Thursday morning following Wednesday night's tornado outbreak in north Texas.
A violinist was jailed for five days for an impromptu performance inside the Five Points MARTA station in downtown Atlanta.
Gov. Nathan Deal has instructed the state Department of Natural Resources to return Bibles to cabins and lodge rooms at state parks.
The Cartersville Police Department is on the hunt to find an arson suspect, who officers believe is armed and dangerous.
Authorities in Spalding County are asking for help finding 57 year old Gloria Brownlee, who has been missing for nearly 11 months.
Several people were killed and 10 were injured Wednesday night when a possible tornado hit Granbury, Texas, city officials said.