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Utility bills prejudiced, Ga. suit says

A grassroots citizens group is suing the city of Douglas for $163 million claiming it discriminates against black residents by systematically inflating their electricity usage to charge them more than whites for the utility service.

12/30/10 - 6:44am

Law student dies in Aiken crash

A two-vehicle collision killed an Aiken man Wednesday night.

12/30/10 - 5:30am

$8,000 of food stolen from restaurant

Chef Redd's Café 2, 1719 Gordon Highway, lost more than $8,000 after a burglar allegedly cut the restaurant's rear door master padlock and emptied the freezer Wednesday morning.

12/30/10 - 3:02am

Augustan at center of diplomatic tension

WASHINGTON - The Obama administration has revoked the visa of the Venezuelan ambassador to the United States in a retaliatory move after Venezuela rejected the U.S. choice to be the next envoy to the South American country -- Augusta native Larry Palmer.

12/30/10 - 8:26am

More deputies for New Year's Eve

Law enforcement officials are preparing to add extra deputies to roadways around the area for the New Year’s holiday, all in an effort to spot drunken drivers.

12/30/10 - 2:44am

Suspended deputy marshal reinstated

A Columbia County deputy marshal suspended in October following accusations that he threatened his wife was reinstated today after being found not guilty.

12/29/10 - 3:18pm

Man's body pulled from pond on SC golf course

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — Divers have found a man's body in a pond on a Myrtle Beach-area golf course.

12/29/10 - 2:47pm

No bond for SC tow truck operator in manslaughter

BLUFFTON, S.C. — Bond has been denied for a tow truck operator investigators say he shot a man during a Christmas Eve dispute over a parking violation in Bluffton.

12/29/10 - 8:30am

Delays hold up casino boats in North Charleston

CHARLESTON, S.C. — There may not be casino boats cruises from North Charleston as soon as expected.

12/29/10 - 8:28am

NC nuke plant subs monitors for fire patrols

NEW HILL, N.C. — A North Carolina nuclear power plant is opting to replace teams of human fire patrols with an automated fire-detection system.

12/29/10 - 8:27am
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