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Anti-texting bill nears passage

Legislation to outlaw texting while driving in Georgia is moving closer to passage.

04/27/10 - 11:47pm

Two arrested in separate sexual assault incidents

Augusta area law enforcement agencies report two arrests on sexual assault charges. In North Augusta, Anthony N. Judy, 40, of the 1800 block of Robinson Drive, was charged with criminal sexual conduct with a minor, a felony, according to North Augusta Department of Public Safety Lt. Tim Pearson. The...

07/01/10 - 9:00pm

Expect weekend lane closures on I-20 at Bobby Jones Expressway

Lanes will be closed beginning Friday on Interstate 20 for work on a bridge over Bobby Jones Expressway.

 

04/27/10 - 12:08pm

School system's payroll server on blink

Richmond County school officials are working today to temporarily restore a server that runs the school system's payroll and accounting software.

04/27/10 - 10:38am

Candidate qualifying brings surprises

The second day for candidates to qualifyin Georgia has brought two surprises: Sen. Preston Smith announced he would be giving up his seat to run for attorney general, and Public Service Commissioner Bobby Baker announced his retirement.

04/27/10 - 10:20am

Second day of qualifying begins with some candidate surprises

 

ATLANTA -- The second day for candidates to qualify to be on the July primary ballot opened today with a pair of surprise announcements.

04/27/10 - 10:07am

Study says metro Atlanta county has too many employees

A study conducted by Georgia State University says DeKalb County's government has too many managers and should lay off at least 909 employees.

04/27/10 - 11:22am

Arrest made in death of homeless woman

 A 38-year-old South Carolina man has been charged with killing a homeless woman who was found dead in an abandoned home.

07/01/10 - 7:58pm

Atlanta police dispute carjack victims' claim

ATLANTA - Four college students said Monday that they were put on hold as they tried to contact 911 for help when they were carjacked at gunpoint near campus, but police said the calls were indecipherable or gave no information that could lead officers to them. The gunmen on Sunday night forced two ...

04/27/10 - 5:55am

Atlanta couple fund Civil War studies at UGA

The University of Georgia plans to bring Civil War studies front and center, just in time for the 150th anniversary of the war that shaped the country.

04/27/10 - 5:37am

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Partnerships needed in cyber sectors, NSA director says

Adm. Michael Rogers, director of the National Security Agency, said the nation's security rests on breaking down bariers between private and government sectors specializing in cyber defense. ...
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