The man at the center of what authorities call one of the largest methamphetamine trafficking cases in Dawson County history turned himself in last week after several weeks on the run.
A Dawsonville man was sentenced to 13 years in prison on Monday for conspiring to support terror groups and making casing videos of possible U.S. targets.
Bandits made off with more than $14,000 worth of designer clothing in two separate smash-and-grab robberies over the weekend at North Georgia Premium Outlets, authorities said.
About $25,000 in merchandise is missing from the Coach Factory Store after authorities say at least two men smashed a front window at North Georgia Premium Outlets early Thanksgiving morning.
A Dawsonville woman remains hospitalized and her boyfriend is in custody a week after what authorities described as a brutal attack at an extended stay motel.
A former Dawson County jailer will spend the next 15 years in prison after he admitted to molesting a teenage family member.
With tears and smiles, members of Penny Anderson's family congratulated her after the recent treatment court graduation at the Dawson County Courthouse.
Four men remain in custody after a weekend drug bust in Dawson County.
Guilty pleas by two White County men have closed the files on several burglaries in Dawson and four other counties.
A Dawson County man died early Thursday morning in a single-vehicle wreck in North Hall County.
A Dawsonville man with an extensive criminal history is being held without bond following a chase and brief manhunt last week.
Authorities say a former longtime clerk took thousands of dollars from Dawson County Probate Court.
ATLANTA – Syed Haris Ahmed has one of Georgia's top criminal defense lawyers to represent him when he is sentenced for providing material support to terrorists, but the 24-year-old former Georgia Tech student insisted Thursday he wanted to go it alone.
A judge has ruled the state must return funds seized from a group accused of helping a Cumming man end his life because it has taken too long to file a complaint against the organization.
A postal worker who pleaded guilty last month to selling methamphetamine will serve about six months at a women's residential treatment center, followed by several months of strict supervision and fines.
A Dawsonville man was arrested overnight Monday in connection with an alleged sexual assault of a teen girl.