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Teams try to bounce back

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — No. 19 Georgia’s game at Tennessee today could come down to which team has the shorter memory.
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Faces of Survival: Sandra Moore

Sandra Moore was living in Forsythe, Ga., when a mammogram detected a mass that turned out to be breast cancer. Her doctor performed a mastectomy in 1992, and she was fortunate not to need ...
By Lisa Kaylor

Breast Cancer Awareness Month Events

Listing of events associated with Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Dining out this weekend?

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

Weekly crime map, database

Violent crimes during the week included 86 assaults, three of which were classified as aggravated assaults. The most assaults in a single day, 14, occurred on Oct. 3. There were also four robberies.

Slideshow: Latest Columbia County bookings

Review mugshots and criminal charges from the Columbia County Detention Center Sept. 21-Oct. 5.

Farmers face devastating losses

BRANCHVILLE, S.C. - Thad Wimberly tugs on a clump of peanuts, shaking off the mud as he cracks the soggy shells to inspect his crop. But all he can do is sigh as his livelihood disintegrates between his fingers.
By Adam Beam and Susanne M. Schafer

SC traffic deaths pass 2014 totals with nearly three months left in year

Data from the S.C. Department of Public Safety shows that through Thursday, 694 people had died on state roads, compared with 610 for 2014.
By Mike Rosier

Weekly Crime Map

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Editorial: Officers should pay for violating rights

Police officers should be held personally liable for blatant First Amendment violations.

UAW OKs richer pact with Fiat Chrysler

DETROIT - The United Auto Workers union unveiled a richer proposed contract with Fiat Chrysler on Friday, a week after angry union members voted down a previous agreement.
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