Stories by Kelly Yamanouchi

Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014

Farmers could soon fly drones over fields

MOULTRIE, Ga. — The next big thing for Georgia farmers could be drones.
By Kelly Yamanouchi

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Georgia firms eye commercial uses of drones

ATLANTA — Unmanned aircraft are still most associated with weapons of war, but that’s quickly changing.
By Kelly Yamanouchi

Friday, Feb. 15, 2013

In digital age, future of pay phones uncertain

They sit, silent and unnoticed, amid crowds of people rushing by. You might never notice them, but pay phones still lurk in public areas. And every once in a while, they get called into action.
By Kelly Yamanouchi

Friday, Dec. 28, 2012

Some veterans suffer with unseen wounds

At a recent weekly staff meeting, human resources manager Zetta Ferguson noticed that one of her employees wasn't sitting at the conference table.
By Kelly Yamanouchi

Friday, July 6, 2012

Smartphones complicate tracking, paying overtime

Those smartphones and BlackBerrys that enable work anytime, anywhere are increasingly blurring the lines between work life and personal life - and introducing the sticky issue of when overtime is ...
By Kelly Yamanouchi

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Census: Augusta young adults struggling

A new report shows that young adults in the area today are better educated and on average, earn more money than 30 years ago, but are far more likely to be unemployed, unmarried and living with ...
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