New driving course puts teens in real life situations

UPDATE | Hephzibah fire leaves family without home

60 of 99 Hyde Park homes closer to demolition

Woman wanted after aggravated assault on Amanda Circle

Training drill at the Columbia County Sheriff's Office

TRAFFIC ALERT: Road projects happening in the CSRA

Seven Richmond County schools vulnerable under new law aiming to turnaround low performing schools

What's for dinner? Comparing meal-kit delivery services

EXCLUSIVE: Skilyr Hicks' family speaks out following family violence arrest

Temporary lane closures on Washington Road in Columbia County

Project Jackson moving forward with hotel and senior living facility making up ground

Portion of renovated Sibley Mill almost complete bringing more cyber jobs

Trial date set for 3 people accused in 2015 double murder in Warren County

Arrests in Burke County after meth bust on Lake Crystal Drive

Georgia bans funding to 'sanctuary' campuses under new law

Georgia governor gives state more power in weakest schools

Boil water advisory issued for Willowick Subdivision after water main break

Georgia DMV Recommended Drivers Ed Schools

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Trump Warns of Possible 'Major, Major Conflict' With North Korea

President Donald Trump told Reuters that America could be headed for a "major, major conflict" with North Korea over that country's nuclear program.

Hawk Attacks Leave Neighbors on Edge

Residents of one Florida town are keeping an eye on the sky when they venture outside. WESH's Bob Kealing reports.

Pregnant Woman Robbed and Run Over

A pregnant woman survived being run over after being robbed in a parking lot. KPRC's Phil Archer reports.

Utah Rep. Chaffetz Reveals 'Screwy' Reason for Missing Work

Rep. Jason Chaffetz posted a startling X-ray showing the hardware that has been holding his right foot together for the last 12 years.

Wells Fargo Scam Targeted Undocumented Immigrants, Lawsuit Claims

Employees were instructed to "round up" undocumented day laborers and coax them into opening bank accounts. A bank spokesperson denied it.