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How to Report a Broken Traffic Light [Video]

November 29, 2016

Your commute is long enough already. You don't need a broken traffic light to make it even longer!

Many Thanks to Yamacraw Chief, Tomochichi, Georgia’s Co-Founder

November 23, 2016

Famous Yamacraw chief and friend of General James Oglethorpe, Mico Tomochichi has been called the co-founder of Georgia.

Get Answers With Consumer Ed

November 21, 2016

Get help with your most important purchase decisions from the Consumer Ed.

GA Public Safety Graduates 98th Trooper School

November 17, 2016

On Nov. 11, 2016, the Georgia Department of Public Safety held it’s 98th Trooper School Graduation with the commencement of 24 new graduates.

Today is America Recycles Day [Infographic]

November 15, 2016

Check out this infographic for facts about recycling including how to get started and how you can keep the cycle going.

2016 Veterans Day Message

November 10, 2016

See the spirit and commitment behind Veterans Day with Commissioner Mike Roby.

Breast Cancer Screening & Prevention for Georgia Women

November 8, 2016

Breast cancer is the 2nd leading cause of cancer deaths in women in Georgia. The Department of Public Health has a complete breast cancer program that offers screenings and prevention care to those who are underserved or uninsured. Don't let breast cancer affect you — get screened and learn more about the disease!

November is Georgia Apply to College Month

November 3, 2016

Applying to college is a big step for your education and your future. Learn about some important resources to get started.

Beware Of Fake Contractors In Georgia

November 1, 2016

If your home was damaged by Hurricane Matthew, professional con artists may try to make you their victim as well. Ask questions, pay close attention and never pay someone posing as an “official” FEMA contractor.

Human Foods and Pets Don’t Always Mix: What’s Safe and What’s Not?

October 27, 2016

Keep your pets' safety in mind. Just because you're feasting on candy and other goodies doesn't mean your pets should!