I love the taste of flavored creamer in my coffee, but I sure don't like the price. I've done a little experimenting with different frugal flavorings in my coffee pot lately and the results have been delicious. You'll welcome any one of these additions in a freshly brewed pot of coffee - almond extract; dried orange peel; vanilla extract; and cinnamon sticks. If you grind your own coffee beans, throw in a handful of hazelnuts. Drop a butterscotch candy into a piping hot cup of coffee and you've got yourself a yummy treat. Use a candy cane ...
Friday was the start of the penalty phase against convicted murderer Cobey Wade Lakemper and his attorneys are now working to save him from being sentenced to the death penalty for crimes against Wendy Cartledge-Carter in 2005.
ATLANTA - Police say a woman fleeing from an officer was killed when her car struck a house in East Atlanta.
Atlanta police Capt. Van Hobbs says an officer noticed the woman failing to maintain her lane late Thursday night. He says the officer checked the car's license tag and learned the car's owner was wanted on drug charges.
The 16-miles of Norfolk Southern railroad in Newton County could be a potential corridor for a water main to transport water from the planned Bear Creek Reservoir, but the Newton County Water and Sewerage Authority needs more information before it can make a final call.
Dozens of city and county officials met Wednesday to discuss a potential mixed-used residential apartment, business incubator building in the Walker's Bend neighborhood in Covington, and officials seemed generally in favor.
Traffic shutdown: A wreck involving a tractor-trailer truck and a smaller car brought Interstate 20 westbound at Almon Road to a halt for an hour Thursday afternoon. The wreck occurred at about 1:30 p.m. The driver of the car, seen wedged under the truck above, sustained minor injures. Have a breaking news tip? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the newsroom at (770) 787-6399.
ATLANTA - A Georgia Senate committee on Wednesday approved an altered version of a House bill that aims to crack down on illegal immigration but kept intact many provisions similar to those in a tough law enacted last year in Arizona.
The Senate Judiciary Committee approved the bill sponsored by Rep. Matt Ramsey, R-Peachtree City, but the version that cleared the panel is a hybrid of Ramsey's bill and a similar measure sponsored by Sen. Jack Murphy, R-Cumming. A House committee on Monday had gutted Murphy's bill and substituted the text of Ramsey's bill.