GEMA director Jim Butterworth shares some tips on how to make sure you and your family are prepared for a disaster.
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Commissioner Russell McMurry of the Georgia Department of Transportation encourages all of us to Drive Alert and Arrive Alive.
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Animal cruelty is a crime and must be reported to the authorities.
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September is national preparedness month. See what the Georgia Emergency Management Agency is doing to help prepare Georgians for natural disasters.
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As August gets underway, the No. 1 thought on every parent, caretaker and student’s mind is starting to shift to the new school year.
Summertime is finally here with the perfect weather to pack a tent, sleeping bag and cooler to go conquer the great outdoors.