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What's killing Jacksonville's dolphins?

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A rash of bottlenose dolphin deaths in the St. Johns River is sparking new scientific investigation in a waterway already troubled this year by ecological mishaps.

11/06/10 - 8:34am

Georgia lawmaker Keen quits to become consultant

ATLANTA - Jerry Keen, the retiring majority leader of the Georgia House, is resigning his legislative seat immediately to become senior consultant for strategic development in the governmental affairs diversion of Troutman Sanders.

11/06/10 - 8:35am

Ghost-hunting class checks out SC's Upstate

ANDERSON, S.C. -- The group, which calls itself GhostPRO, has about half a dozen members from around the Upstate who have brought science, compassion and a sincere belief in the paranormal to dozens of investigations.

11/06/10 - 8:17am

Nuclear drill to be held at Georgia submarine base

ST. MARYS, Ga. --  As many as 1,800 military and civilian personnel from across the nation will participate in a simulated nuclear weapon incident at Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base beginning today.

11/06/10 - 7:42am

Clyburn to run for No. 2 in House Dem leadership

WASHINGTON  — Democratic Rep. James Clyburn says he's seeking the No. 2 job in the House Democratic leadership, setting up a possible showdown with the current second in command, Steny Hoyer.

11/05/10 - 2:47pm

Pelosi will seek to stay as House Dem leader

WASHINGTON  — Nancy Pelosi, the nation's first female House speaker, said Friday she will try to stay on as leader of the House Democrats despite huge election losses that cost her party the majority.

11/05/10 - 2:36pm

SE Georgia man convicted in child's death

SPRINGFIELD, Ga. — An Effingham County jury returned eight guilty verdicts against a 24-year-old Guyton man charged in the death of his girlfriend's nearly 3-year-old child.

11/05/10 - 2:30pm

Fresh from victory, Lt. Gov. Cagle faces threat from own party

 ATLANTA -- Just days after winning re-election with an even greater percentage of the vote than Gov.-elect Nathan Deal, Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle finds himself facing a power grab attempt by underlings.

11/05/10 - 10:15am

Fire bombs cause minor damage at 2 SC stores

BLUFFTON, S.C. — Authorities say burglars struck two stores in Bluffton, throwing fire bombs that caused minor damage.

11/05/10 - 9:35am

Forsyth County, Ga. water plant worker killed

CUMMING, Ga. — Officials in Forsyth County say a worker at the county's water plant died after being trapped under a piece of machinery.

11/05/10 - 7:49am
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