ATLANTA (AP) - From politics to pop culture, Georgia's top news stories in 2012 offered something for everyone.
A 7-year-old pageant contestant from a tiny town in middle Georgia became a worldwide celebrity. Big-name politicians united behind a transportation tax referendum that fell flat with voters.
Some stories leave 2012 on cliffhangers, with more developments expected in the new year.
Dunwoody mom Andrea Sneiderman faces her trial on charges of arranging her husband's death. And University of Georgia President Michael Adams plans to step down after 16 years and a successor needs to be picked.