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  • Three-year Old Child Drowns Saturday

    At 12:48 p.m. Saturday, Bartow County EMS, Cartersville Fire Department and Cartersville Police Department responded to Waterford Dr. to a 3-year-old female found in a private swimming pool.

  • NWS: Two Tornadoes In Gordon County Wednesday

    The tornadoes were classified EF-0, and touched down near Resaca.

  • Mosquito Season Arrives

    Public Health on high alert for Zika.

  • Motorists, Boaters Asked To Play Is Safe

    The Georgia State Patrol, Georgia Department of Natural Resources and Governor's Office of Highway Safety are asking everyone to buckle up their seat belts and life vests this Memorial Day Weekend.

  • Memorial Day Observances Monday

    Memorial Day is considered the unofficial start of summer when many head to the lake or the beach, but dont forget the real reason for the holiday.

  • House Fire In Bartow County Thursday

    Ten cats died in a house fire on 5925 Highway 20 in Cartersville Thursday morning.

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According to Floyd County Jail records, 53-year old Timothy Jack Wilson and 34-year old James Bucky Smith were arrested at a home on Morris Road in Aragon.
Two minors were airlifted to an Atlanta Children's Hospital after being involved in a jet-ski accident at the Goodyear Campground shortly before 7:00 p.m. Saturday night.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources is searching for a woman who has been missing at Lake Allatoona since Friday night.
According to arrest warrants, 63-year old Pearlie Sue Hudgins, of a Callier Springs Road address, also threatened to kill the six kids in the parking lot of the Ashton Ridge Apartments.
According to Bartow County EMS, the incident 12:48 p.m. Saturday at a private swimming pool on Waterford Drive.
Public health officials in Northwest Georgia are urging area residents to help control mosquito populations by tipping or tossing away any containers in their yards that can hold water.
Hep-C is the top infectious disease killer in the nation, a leading cause of liver cancer, and the leading cause of liver transplants.
The tornadoes were classified EF-0, and touched down near Resaca.
Crime reports from Friday night.
At 7:43 a.m. today a fire was reported in Unit 3 of the Etowah County Detention Center, according to Sheriff Todd Entrekin.
A Rome woman was arrested Friday morning on warrants charging her with 4th-degree forgery and financial transaction card fraud.
Hilton Hayes III allegedly told jail staff that he would find out where they lived and shoot up their houses.
Now is the perfect time to adopt a new best friend from Floyd County Public Animal Welfare Services.
Everyone to buckle up their seat belts and life vests because State Troopers and Game Wardens will be out in full force as the summer travel and boating seasons begin.
Memorial Day is considered the unofficial start of summer when many head to the lake or the beach, but don't forget the real reason for the holiday.
Ten cats died in a house fire on 5925 Highway 20 in Cartersville Thursday morning.
A Rossville, Georgia man is in the Chattooga County Jail after leading authorities on a high-speed chase Wednesday evening.
The charges keep rolling in for a Rome woman arrested earlier this week.
A wreck with injuries was reported just after noon at the intersection of Floyd Springs Road and Turkey Mountain Road.