With Memorial Day less than a week away, the Georgia State Patrol is joining law enforcement agencies across the nation in the annual All-American Buckle-Up Week, sponsored by the Combined Accident Reduction Effort, or Operation C.A.R.E.
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Warmer weather means an increase in the number of motor vehicles traveling on Georgia’s roads, especially motorcycles. The Georgia State Patrol reminds drivers and motorcycle operators to be alert for one another and courteous to help prevent motorcycle crashes on the state’s roadways.
State troopers are reminding drivers who will travel on spring break trips this year to make safety a priority.
Plan ahead for a sober designated driver if alcohol will be in your St. Patrick's Day celebrations.
Five people were killed Friday evening in a head-on collision southwest of LaGrange.
Multiple crashes Wednesday morning on I-16 westbound in Laurens County resulted in 4 fatalities and 9 injuries.
Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $2,000 for information in the December hit and run crash in Bartow County that killed a mother and daughter.
(ATLANTA)—The Georgia State Patrol has been awarded a traffic safety H.E.A.T. grant of almost $2.4 million from the Georgia Governor’s Office of Highway Safety. The grant provides funding for GSP to continue the Nighthawks DUI Task Force as well as the department’s Administrative License Suspension (ALS) Program.
Final Update: Six fatal crashes were reported during the New Year's holiday travel period.
Six traffic deaths were reported in Georgia over the 102-hour New Year's holiday travel period.