Local and federal authorities tracked down a gang member wanted for shooting at a police officer.

The long time Chief Assistant District Attorney, Monique Kirby, was sworn in as acting District Attorney of the Coweta Judicial Circuit on Thursday.

Chief Judge John Simpson swore Kirby in to her new position at the Carroll County Courthouse.

Established in 1975, the FEC is composed of six Commissioners who are appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate.

By law, no more than three can represent the same political party.

On Thursday, two local attorneys said they are filling out the required paperwork in hopes of being appointed by Governor Nathan Deal to fill the soon-to-be vacant Coweta Judicial Circuit District Attorney position.

Villa Rica Mayor Jeff Reese vetoed two portions of the city’s 2018 budget, which was approved by city council last Tuesday.

The Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEc D) today announced that OFS Fitel, LLC (OFS), manufacturer of optical fiber products, will create 200 jobs and invest 8.9 million in the expansion at both their Norcross and Carrollton facilities.

A partnership designed to help Carrollton High School students transition successfully to the workplace following high school is showing exceptional progress halfway through the school year, Dr.

The Georgia Bureau Of Investigation this month confirmed they are looking into an allegation that Carrollton Mayor Walt Hollingsworth has "abused his role as Mayor," and "allegedly used his role as Mayor to steer construction contracts to his own business." With the 2017-2018 flu season the most active in recent years, Tanner Health System is implementing a visitor policy to help curtail the spread of the virus in the region while also protecting its patients.

A female University of West Georgia student who was abducted outside of the Carrollton Kroger last September, has said she plans to sue the grocery store for what her attorney has called a lack of security at the time of her abduction.

A Franklin man is spending a third day in the Carroll County jail after police said he told a government office employee that he would come to their facility and shoot the office staff and then shoot himself.