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Middle Ga. deputy kills man who had shotgun

BARNESVILLE, Ga. — The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is investigating the fatal shooting by a Lamar County sheriff's deputy of a man he said confronted him with a shotgun.

02/10/11 - 3:27pm

Ga. House OKs $18 billion amended budget

ATLANTA — The House has approved an $18 billion budget that funnels additional money to hospitals that care for large numbers of poor patients.

02/10/11 - 2:03pm

Ga. regulators delay vote on Vogtle costs

ATLANTA  — Utility regulators want Georgia Power and its critics to keep negotiating a proposal that would cut the power company's profits if construction of a new nuclear plant costs too much.

02/10/11 - 1:23pm

Ethics panel cites SC Lt. Gov. on 3 reports

COLUMBIA — South Carolina ethics regulators have cited Lt. Gov. Ken Ard for late, incomplete and missing campaign finance reports.

02/10/11 - 12:27pm

Gunshots reported in 1 of 2 Richmond County home invasions

Several shots were fired Wednesday  night after a home invasion in Hephzibah.

02/10/11 - 11:43am

Charleston school birth control lawsuit settled

CHARLESTON, S.C. — The family of a Charleston teen who was taken to a clinic for a birth control shot without her parents' permission has settled a federal lawsuit against the school district and a nonprofit group.

02/10/11 - 10:16am

Fire at historic Ga. house called arson

MACON, Ga. — Bibb County authorities say a man is charged with arson in connection with a fire that damaged a 154-year-old house at the Ocmulgee National Monument.

02/10/11 - 10:14am

150 calf carcasses dumped on Putnam farm

EATONTON, Ga. -- The calves were dead, in piles, reduced to black-and-white blotches at the back edge of farmer Tyrone Alford’s Putnam County hayfield.

02/10/11 - 9:20am

Savannah hospitals losing leaders

SAVANNAH, Ga. -- Savannah's two hospital systems are losing top leaders next month, one to a larger opportunity and the other to pursue other, unnamed opportunities.

02/10/11 - 8:21am

Savannah officials deny secret meetings

SAVANNAH, Ga. -- A city of Savannah response to the state Attorney General's Office contends no secret meetings were held by the City Council.

02/10/11 - 8:18am
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