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Ending weather reports worries Ga. farmers

Citing a funding shortfall and loss of key personnel, the University of Georgia will pull the plug on the 81 sites of its Automated Environmental Monitoring Network

03/14/11 - 5:33am

'Redneck Wedding' TV show features Ga. couple

BRUNSWICK, Ga.  - The groom wore camouflage, the bride rode a John Deere to the altar and won the tobacco-spitting contest and the preacher was named Bubba.

03/14/11 - 9:17pm

Authorities intervene, disarm man in standoff

A man holding a knife to his stomach was taken into custody with an injury to his arm Sunday following a standoff with authorities at his residence in the 2700 block of Wellington Drive.

03/13/11 - 11:33pm

Man reports beating, robbery

A 53-year-old Augusta man reported he was surrounded, beaten and robbed by four men at the intersection of Forsythe and Telfair streets around 5:30 p.m. Thursday.

03/13/11 - 11:25pm

Shots fired into Jonathan Circle residence

A Jonathan Circle resident told police she lay on the floor while someone fired at least 11 shots into her home Sunday morning, according to a Richmond County Sheriff’s Office incident report.

03/13/11 - 11:23pm

Naked man exposes self to soldier

A man in a green Toyota Tundra exposed himself to a member of the 707th Military Intelligence Unit while she was jogging by the Augusta Levee around 11 a.m. Sunday.

03/13/11 - 11:21pm

Car window broken, dog taken

A Roswell man reported to authorities that someone broke the window out of his car and stole his dog, an 11-year-old white Maltese named Fluffy.

03/13/11 - 11:29pm

Georgia openness law brings no prosecutions

As Georgia's new top attorney pushes for stiffer penalties for sunshine law violations, records show the state has not criminally prosecuted any open records or open meetings complaints since the attorney general's office began mediating those cases in 1998.

03/13/11 - 10:02pm

Post-recession S.C. Senate staff larger despite budget crisis

COLUMBIA -- Agencies across South Carolina government have seen their ranks diminish as lower revenues forced lawmakers to cut agency appropriations, but there have been exceptions.

03/13/11 - 10:00pm

OSU, KU, Pitt and Duke get top seeds for tourney

Ohio State, Kansas, Pittsburgh and defending champion Duke have been awarded the top seeds in this year's NCAA tournament, an expanded version of March Madness that will include 68 teams.

03/13/11 - 6:50pm
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