Everyday household items can cause big problems if they're just tossed in the trash.
Georgia's watermelon farmers have gotten creative in order to protect their crops.
Thanks to a hard-working group of elementary school students at Reese Road Leadership Academy in Muscogee County, Georgia has an official state mammal.
Learn how a variety of Georgia agencies are working together to protect the public from foodborne illnesses.
Only 5,000 Georgia Rockcress plants exist, making it a threatened species in the state.
Georgia beaches can be a great getaway for families with pets!
The application period for alligator hunting ends next Thursday, July 31, 2014 at 11:59pm.
The Air Quality Index is a valuable resource for planning your outdoor activity levels.
Follow some simple safety tips for avoiding lightning strikes.
Passed overwhelmingly by Georgia voters in 2010, energy performance contracting allows state agencies to use funds normally spent on utility bills to finance building improvements. These improvements focus on lowering energy and water consumption.