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Ricardo Azziz: The Georgia Regents University of Augusta president will leave June 30.

Documents shed light on Azziz resignation

Dr. Ricardo Azziz will get an additional $25,000 in support during a year of education leave that follows his resignation, and his salary after that year would be 65 percent of his current pay, or $438,996.
By Tom Corwin

Former star Waters grew up in North Augusta

Before the days of running down professional football players in five Super Bowls, Charlie Waters did his best to keep up with an older brother in the backyards of North Augusta.

Brace for the backlash

Just because the media’s spin cycle will be in overdrive in the 2016 election doesn’t mean you have to be manipulated.

Dining out this weekend?

Check out our latest restaurant reviews and search our database of more than 300 Augusta restaurants.

Slides: Super Bowl connections

The Augusta area has contributed many players to the Super Bowl over the years. See how many you remember.

Slideshow: Columbia County bookings Jan. 12-20

Review mugshots and criminal charges from the Columbia County Detention Center  Jan. 12-20

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MELBOURNE, Australia - Novak Djokovic won his fifth Australian Open title and his eighth career Grand Slam while extending Andy Murray's misery at Melbourne Park.
By Dennis Passa

Georgia lawmakers seek curb on cops

ATLANTA -- A package of bills sponsored by a handful of junior legislators focuses on protecting individual freedoms by restricting law enforcement agencies.
By Walter C. Jones

Analysis: Explaining Ga. road revenue plan

ATLANTA --The question is really what will ultimately get passed and how will it affect Georgia drivers and their wallet?
By Walter C. Jones

For some, police work all in the family

Family ties aren't uncommon in local law enforcement - and while some officers find comfort in working alongside relatives, others say it can be equally stressful.

Hawks run win streak to 19 games

ATLANTA — The 76ers’ decision to “let it fly” with 3-pointers almost grounded the Hawks’ winning streak. Al Horford’s clutch play in the closing minutes helped keep the streak alive.

Restaurateurs in metro Augusta find challenges in market

High food costs, chain competition and staffing difficulties are among the issues seen by local restaurateurs.
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