Aimee Copeland, a metro Atlanta woman who lost both hands, her left leg and right foot after contracting a flesh-eating disease, was fitted with prosthetic hands Friday.
You might be paying a little less at the drive-thru window soon. Fast food chains are bringing back the dollar menu and lowering the price on some items in an attempt to bring more customers to their stores. NBC 26's Ashley Campbell explains. More>>
The Harlem Police Department now has some new bullet proof vests, thanks to a generous donation. More>>
Richmond County deputy Alton Creech has died. According to Columbia County coroner Vernon Collins, Creech died at 4:15 Friday afternoon.Creech was off-duty Thursday, when the motorcycle he was riding More>>
It's the answer to the question NBC 26 has been asking since April: Did Georgia Regents University violate state policy when it utilized school resources? More>>
South Carolina's unemployment has dropped to its lowest rate in five years. More>>
NBC 26 has learned that Monique Sullivan, who is accused of causing a multiple-vehicle wreck in December 2012 by driving down the wrong side of Riverwatch Parkway, has been indicted by a Richmond County More>>
A Richmond County remains in critical condition Friday after an off-duty motorcycle accident. More>>
Aimee Copeland fitted with bionic limbs after losing arms and legs to flesh-eating bacteria. DeMarco Morgan reports. More>>
In the broadcasting business, you learn many things. One thing I've learned is that it's often more difficult to record a quality report instead of doing it live. More>>
It's been tried before but never passed. For years, proponents of "school choice" in South Carolina have tried to provide tax credits for money spent by parents on private school tuition. Now, Senator More>>
Karen Handel, the former Susan G. Komen for the Cure executive at the center of last year's public clash with Planned Parenthood, says she'll be running for an open U.S. Senate seat in Georgia. More>>
Georgia's Republicans will be gathering in Athens for their state convention, with a packed agenda including electing a new state chair and hearing from top elected officials. More>>
A second IRS official has announced his resignation amid the tea party scandal. Joseph Grant announced he will retire in June 3rd.
A Cartersville man accused of lighting his neighbor's house on fire over complaints of an unkempt yard has been arrested.
NBC 26 is Here For You with a mother's questions regarding a prepaid card her daughter transferred hundreds of dollars to, but had someone else "cashing in." More>>
The MOX Facility at the Savannah River Site, employing more than a thousand people, is facing major financial uncertainty. The Obama Administration's proposed 2014 Budget cuts funding for the MOX Project significantly. More>>
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