The Department of Labor reports that businesses in Georgia owe their workers over $2.2 million.

Credit: https://www.thoughtco.com/definition-of-money-in-economics The U.S. Department of Labor serves as the guardian for workers nationwide. As per the Wage and Hour Division within the department, employees in every state may have unpaid wages owed by their employers. In the state of Georgia alone, the USDOL reported that over 7,000 individuals were collectively owed in excess of […]

Critical Accident Involving School Bus on Covington Highway, 4 Medically Evaluated

Credit: John Spink / John.Spink@ajc.com Recently, an accident occurred in Dekalb County on Covington Highway involving a school bus and an SUV, which resulted in two adults and two students being medically evaluated. This unfortunate event highlights the significance of being vigilant and safe on roads and prompted an emergency response to ensure the well-being […]

Car dealer faces charges after complaints

Cartersville police say Terry Spruell, 64, took money from numerous customers, but didn’t give them the vehicle titles. CARTERSVILLE, Ga. –Cartersville police are looking for a car dealer they say took money from both investors and customers of his dealership, but didn’t make good on payments or titles for the vehicles. North Georgia Financing is […]

Police: Gunman planned for hostage situation

FOX 5 has confirmed the name of the man, who police say, held Gwinnett County firefighters hostage for hours on Wednesday. Police say 55-year-old Lauren Brown was the gunman, and apparently had been planning the incident for weeks. Brown lived alone, and apparently inherited the home and other debt last year. The home went into […]