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Kroc Center will open Aug. 7

The Salvation Army's Kroc Center, under construction in Augusta, will open on the first Sunday in August.

02/24/11 - 1:43pm

Activists seek SC cat care probe

COLUMBIA — Animal rights activists claim that hundreds of cats in stacked cages at a South Carolina shelter are being abused and want the woman running the facility to face criminal charges.

02/24/11 - 11:24am

Tuesday tanker wreck still under investigation

NORTH AUGUSTA -- Authorities continue to investigate the cause of Tuesday morning’s tanker wreck which spilled nearly 7,500 gallons of fuel onto Palmetto Parkway.

02/24/11 - 11:12am

Macon-Bibb merger OK expected in Ga. House

ATLANTA (AP) - A plan to allow voters to decide the question of consolidating the governments of Macon and Bibb County is expected to sail through the state House. Rep. Allen Peake, R-Macon, says the bill will come up in the House on Monday if he can't squeeze it in on Thursday and should pass witho...

02/24/11 - 10:15am

Robbery attempt at Augusta nail salon this morning

Authorities continue to search for two gunmen who entered a nail salon this morning demanding money.


02/24/11 - 11:45am

Man charged after van stuck on train tracks

A man was charged with DUI Wednesday night after CSX Railroad notified authorities that a vehicle was stuck on the tracks.

02/24/11 - 11:54am

North Augusta masked bandit sought

NORTH AUGUSTA – Authorities are searching for a man in a Friday the 13th Halloween mask who robbed the Kangaroo Express Wednesday evening and then attacked a cashier.

02/24/11 - 8:51am

Georgia arts council chief resigns

ATLANTA --  The executive director of the Georgia Council for the Arts has resigned.

02/24/11 - 8:46am

South Ga. community rallies around dismissed band director

JESUP, Ga. -- A packed crowd - including past and present band members, from flutists and clarinet players to drummers - packed the school board meeting to support longtime band director Elizabeth "Beth" Taylor.

02/24/11 - 6:27am

Pollen getting a jump this year

Experts say warm weather has ushered in high pollen levels in Georgia, and the peak season hasn't even arrived yet.

02/24/11 - 6:18am
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