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Ga. woman guilty of mortgage fraud

ATLANTA - A Georgia woman has pleaded guilty to one count of residential mortgage fraud and one count of theft by deception.

02/21/11 - 7:12am

Bright spots on SC real estate horizon

GREENWOOD, S.C. - Home sales are starting to pick up in some of the parts of South Carolina hardest hit by the real estate bust, such as the once-overheated coastal market.

02/21/11 - 7:10am

Oxendine granted himself licenses

In his last full day in office, Insurance Commissioner John Oxendine issued himself several licenses to sell insurance and adjust claims, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has learned.

02/20/11 - 9:03pm

Man pepper-sprayed during repo attempt

A North Augusta man faces assault charges after reacting violently to the repossession of his vehicle Sunday, authorities say.

02/21/11 - 1:27am

Women robbed at apartment

Four women were robbed Sunday when two men entered their Cascades Pointe apartment, according to a Richmond County sheriff's report.

02/21/11 - 1:29am

Child, car taken from Kroger lot

A 1-year-old child was found in a North Augusta trailer park more than an hour after her mother left her in her car with a man named "Vedo" while she shopped at the Kroger on 15th Street, according to a Richmond County sheriff's report.

02/21/11 - 1:31am

Bands perform for teen who was killed

Augusta-area rock bands took the stage this afternoon to raise money for the family of Brooke Moye, the Evans High School junior killed in a single-vehicle crash on Valentine's Day.

02/20/11 - 11:28pm

SC governor panel shuts out public

COLUMBIA — The task force appointed by Gov. Nikki Haley to solve the state's massive financial crisis has not met in a month and never has given the required public notice of the meetings it has held.

02/20/11 - 1:09pm

In crisis, Ga. store manager knew what to do

WINTERVILLE, Ga. - Penny Guitar is used to helping customers who come into the Golden Pantry in Winterville to get a tank of gas, a bite to eat or directions - but CPR was a service she never expected to provide.

02/20/11 - 12:59pm

Georgia could miss the boat on Savannah harbor widening

Savavannah -- and Georgia -- are close to missing the boat on a potential economic bonanza.

02/20/11 - 12:53pm
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