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Reports: Terroristic threats and acts, cruelty to children and an attempt to sell marijuana to police officer.
Police responded to a report of indecent exposure at the HOP N SHOP on Calhoun Avenue around 8:30 p.m. on Thursday.
M'Kenzey Floyd was seven years old when she was killed in a wreck on North Broad Street in April.
Sams Olens discussed two serious issues facing the state, which are sex trafficking and prescription drug abuse.
A former secretary to Judge Walter Matthews and a former Floyd County Superior Court Clerk have each been sentenced to four years probation, after entering guilty pleas.
Police have released an image of a man believed to have robbed the Rhonda's convenience on Cave Spring Road Thursday night.
Dr. John Barge discussed his tour of every school in the state and answered questions from the media regarding his endorsement of a successor.
The school was placed under a code red lockdown following an armed robbery at a store on Cave Spring Road.
Interesting art, great music, and fair-type food are only part of the excitement for the Chiaha Harvest Fair.
16-year old Alex Crumbley lost his life in a single-vehicle accident Wednesday afternoon.
Lightning strikes are not covered under warranty with Harris Communications, Floyd County officials said.
A 36-year old man is accused of breaking into the same home on Pleasant Valley Road in Silver Creek on four separate occasions.
According to reports at the jail, Michael Jamey Chitwood threatened to knock the deputy out.
The jobless rate checked in at 7.5 percent, down from 8.4 percent in August.
Survey says that the Willis Family of Rome will be on Family Feud next week.