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Augusta's Bill Kuhlke leaving Ga. transportation board

Former Georgia Department of Transportation Board Chairman Bill Kuhlke has resigned from the board, effective Dec. 31.

12/09/10 - 8:41pm

ASU to shut down for holidays

Augusta State University's campus will be closed for the holidays: Friday, Dec. 24, through Friday, Dec. 31.

12/09/10 - 4:24pm

Ft. Stewart soldier fatally stabbed

FORT STEWART, Ga. — Military police are investigating the death of a Fort Stewart soldier found bleeding outside a barracks building on the southeast Georgia Army post.

12/09/10 - 3:45pm

SC man pleads guilty in stepfather stabbing

PICKENS, S.C. — A Sunset man who told authorities he had to kill his stepfather "to rid the world of a pedophile" has pleaded guilty.

12/09/10 - 3:32pm

Two robbed at apartment complex

 

Armed robbers ordered two people to remove their clothes while taking their belongings and vehicle outside an Augusta apartment complex around 11:30 p.m. Wednesday, victims told police.

 

12/09/10 - 3:47pm

Downtown parking plans move forward

Talks about a downtown parking proposal will go forward next month between the Richmond County commissioners and the Downtown Development Authority of Augusta.

12/09/10 - 3:16pm

Aiken school board gives superintendent positive evaluation

 Aiken County School District Superintendent Beth Everitt received a vote of confidence from board members as she received a glowing evaluation from board members for the third year. School board members discussed Everitt's evaluation during Tuesday evening's executive session. Members said Eve...

12/09/10 - 1:47pm

Train stalls Columbia County traffic

Traffic is moving again after a morning train stopped traffic in Columbia County.

12/09/10 - 9:48am

Litwin named chief of cardiology in the Department of Medicine at MCG

Dr. Sheldon Ellis Litwin has been named chief of cardiology in the Department of Medicine in the Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine.

12/09/10 - 3:03pm

Deal inaugural to feature service

ATLANTA — Gov.-elect Nathan Deal will kick off his inaugural celebration with a day of service.

12/09/10 - 8:46am
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