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Drugs and firearms cause arrests.
Public Health officials have confirmed Georgia's sixth West Nile virus death this year, an elderly Polk County resident with underlying health conditions that contributed to the death.
The Polk County Police Department and Chattooga County Sheriff's Department will host two blood drives with nonprofit regional blood center Blood Assurance in memory of Detective Kristen Hearne.
Arrests include a man charged with escape and a teen charged with meth possession.
A Plainville man was arrested after police say he caused a six-vehicle wreck on North Broad Street and North Avenue just after 5 p.m. Monday.
Two of four teens charged in connection with a robbery at John's Grocery on Kingston Highway in January are standing trial in Floyd Superior Court this week.
40-year old Jimmy Wayne Blair Jr. left a construction site in Centre, Alabama Monday morning in a blue, 2003 Dodge 3500 flatbed.
A Rome man has a history of stealing checks from his mother.
Breakdown of the numbers of early voting.
According to Floyd County Jail records, Cara Leeann Dillard, of a Dodd Boulevard address, scratched the victim on the hands and then threw a jar of liquid cheese at his vehicle.
Georgia gas prices averaged $2.44 per gallon on Sunday, after dropping 8 cents during the past week.
A man who was reportedly seen by parents exposing himself near the playground at Ridgeferry Park back in June has been indicted by a Floyd County Grand Jury.
Advance voting for the November 7 Election begins today.
Arrests include two people charged with theft by conversion, a man accused of stealing a motor vehicle and then wrecking it, and a man who allegedly threatened to kill a woman.
Homeboy's Chili took First Place during the 22nd annual Chili Cook-Off, sponsored by the Coosa Valley Chapter of Trout Unlimited.