Aiken police are warning against a telephone scam where callers claim to be law enforcement officials.
Richmond County police are investigating a second burglary at Georgia Regents University's Christenberry Fieldhouse in less than a month.
One mother abandoned her 2-year-old son at a street corner. The other mother left her daughters, ages 12 and 15, alone in a parked car while she went to work.
A Hephzibah man is facing charges in connection to multiple threatening text messages and e-mails to Augusta attorney John Long and his sister.
A former North Augusta High School student has explained the mystery of a human skull that turned up at a recycling center earlier this month, police said Wednesday.
A wandering black bear that caused alarm Sunday after being spotted in a home and later a parking lot has not been spotted since then, Department of Natural Resources officials said Wednesday.
Richmond County officials said Wednesday the smoke hanging over Richmond and Columbia counties is the result of a private company, not a county landfill like initially believed.
Drugs and homemade weapons being found in local jail cells is almost a thing of the past. Inmates are still "ingenious" with the things they attempt and jailers have learned to be cautious of ...
Bobby Timmerman is often confused with a corps of engineers employee or a park ranger, but his correct title is conservation ranger.
A 2-year-old was injured by a vehicle in Monetta, S.C. on Thursday evening.
The Aiken Department of Public Safety secured warrants for Marion Lonelle Pope for three counts of assault in the first degree.