Maria on track for Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico

Forecasters say potentially catastrophic Hurricane Maria is heading toward the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.


As Irma's costs continue to mount, the toll on the Florida state budget is continuing to grow.



A Georgia Tech spokesman says a campus police officer taken to a hospital after a violent clash with demonstrators has been released.


The Florida Department of Transportation is looking to widen Back Beach Road in Panama City Beach to 6 lanes.


Wiregrass Irma Response - shelter and relief efforts


Puppy mill birds embark on journey to new home in Ohio


Donate: Hurricane Relief


Rep. Martha Roby makes appearance in Wiregrass


Local military wives to visit soldier husbands in style


How to teach your child the importance of listening


Headland kicks off second annual Scarecrows on the Square


Scarecrows in the Gardens entry deadline set for September 22


Teacher uses experience of becoming US citizen to teach students


Wiregrass Master Gardeners Plant Sale set for September 23


Overpriced products and how to save money on them


Risk of eye injuries from foam bullets


McDonald's to switch out Happy Meal apple juice


Police say they are watching for those not buckling their kids


Group protests handling of Kharon Davis case as trial begins


Family's lawyer says Georgia Tech police overreacted by killing student


4 Kids bitten in 8 days; what to know about copperheads


Hurricane Harvey Relief – How To Help


Auburn QB Sean White dismissed from team following arrest


Sandusky's son pleads guilty to child sex abuse allegations


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Category 5 Maria Brings 'Avalanche of Torn-Away Roofs,' Devastation to Island

"We will need help, my friend, we will need help of all kinds," the prime minister of Dominica wrote after the storm passed.

Cuba Embassy 'Attacks' Baffle U.S., Frustrate Victim

At least 21 Americans tied to the U.S. embassy in Cuba have suffered health effects from the mysterious sonic incidents.

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LSU's chapter of Phi Delta Theta has been suspended after Maxwell Gruver died in what the school described as a 'potential hazing incident.'

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Here's what President Trump is expected to present at his first speech to the UN General Assembly Tuesday.