California Lottery officials are waiting for the second winner of the $636m mega ball jackpot. A winning ticket was bought in San Jose, California. A woman who purchased the other winning ticket, in Atlanta, has claimed her prize. (Dec. 19)
Lottery officials say a Georgia woman has one of the two winning tickets to the $636 million Mega Millions jackpot, the second-largest in U.S. history. (Dec. 18)
The Gateway Newstand in Atlanta, Georgia sells one of the winning tickets in Tuesday's Mega Millions drawing. The excited husband and wife owners got hugs and congratulations from customers. (Dec. 18)
Two people died when their small plane hit a wooded area near a northwest Atlanta neighborhood. Nobody on the ground was hurt. (Dec. 18)
White lions may be rare in the wild, but the Tbilisi Zoo in Georgia just welcomed four white lion cubs. (Dec. 12)
Tensions gripping Ukraine spilled over into Georgia on Wednesday when a fight erupted in parliament over plans to support the Ukrainian opposition. (Dec. 11)
CAPTION: Here's the latest news for Tuesday, December 10: President Barack Obama remembers Nelson Mandela; General Motors names Mary Barra as CEO; Snow pushes up the Eastern Seaboard; Woman glued to toilet seat at Home Depot.
A Georgia woman says she was the victim of an apparent prank at a local Home Depot. Illyanna De La Keur says she suffered injuries after being glued to a toilet seat. (Dec. 10)
Fast food protests return across the U.S. amid push by White House, lawmakers for higher minimum wage. (Dec 5)
In a new study, patients paralyzed from the neck down may have gained more mobility and independence by flicking their tongues. Researchers created an experimental device that relies on tongue movements to pilot a wheelchair and use a compu...