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GRU Public Safe­ty Officer Wes­ley Martin testifies during the trial for Keith James, whom Martin shot at during a traffic stop but didn't wound.

Augusta man shot at by GRU officer on trial

The first of two young men shot at by a Georgia Regents University police officer could learn today whether a jury believes he committed a series of crimes before and after the shots were fired.
By Sandy Hodson

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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Weekly crime map, database

A total of 119 crimes tracked by The Augusta Chronicle were reported to the Richmond County Sheriff's Office during the past week. Violent crimes during the week included 69 assaults, only one of which was classified as an aggravated assault.

Experienced Pacers seeking deeper run

USC Aiken enters the 2015 season ranked 14th in Division II after going 36-17 last season. The Pacers have experience and depth across the board as they shoot for a deep postseason run.
By David Lee

Georgia Regents baseball continues process

Georgia Regents improved by eight conference wins in coach Jason Eller's first season, and the Jaguars now have the foundation in place to continue the program's progress.
By David Lee
College Baseball Preview

Paine expects more success after growing pains of last season

"The Augusta Chronicle" provides a three-part preview series of the college baseball season.

Paine baseball expects more success

Paine endured the growing pains of a starting lineup featuring several freshmen last season. The Lions remain young, but they have higher expectations with more experience.
By David Lee

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Funding for homeless down slightly

Federal funding for local homeless programs decreased by $552 this year compared to 2014, which community leaders hope to offset in the future by expanding the city's homeless count into south Augusta.
By Wesley Brown

Man charged with child molestation

An Augusta man is facing charges after he made sexual comments and showed pornography to two teenage girls, police said.
By Bianca Cain Johnson

Budweiser's "Lost Dog" Super Bowl ad

The puppy and Clydesdales are back with a new installment.

Georgia man who claimed disability executed

ATLANTA - Georgia executed a man who killed a fellow inmate despite arguments that his execution was prohibited because he was intellectually disabled.

Editorial: Sorry, wrong number

It appears as if the government is attempting to use a new technology to sidestep an old constitutional protection, the Fourth Amendment.
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