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MOX meeting planned Dec. 17

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission will hold a public meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 17, to discuss the progress of the Mixed Oxide Fuel Fabrication Facility under construction at Savannah River Site.

11/30/10 - 12:53pm

Sanford to visit Fox Creek High

AIKEN --- Gov. Mark Sanford will meet with Fox Creek High School's leadership team on Wednesay. The charter school will play host to Sanford and local legislative delegates as it presents an update on the school's mission and drive to increase enrollment to 400 students. The school  relocated t...

11/30/10 - 1:11pm

Local voting very light today

Voting is at a slow trickle in today's runoff elections for two statewide judicial posts and the District 2 school board race.

11/30/10 - 12:55pm

Police raid metro Atlanta drug house

NORCROSS, Ga.  — Police and federal drug agents have conducted a raid on a house in Norcross.

11/30/10 - 11:00am

Ex-Ga. youth minister to prison

LEXINGTON, Ga. — A former Oglethorpe County youth minister has been sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to molesting a teenage girl.

11/30/10 - 10:51am

McDuffie accident kills girl, 17

THOMSON -- A 17-year-old believed to be on her way to Thomson High this morning was killed instantly when her vehicle ran into a log truck.

11/30/10 - 11:11am

Aiken under tornado watch until 4 a.m.

The National Weather Service has lifted the severe thunderstorm warning and tornado watch in almost all of the CSRA.

12/01/10 - 12:58am

Ga. voters to decide runoffs for court seats

Voters cast ballots today in runoffs for a Georgia Supreme Court seat, a spot on the state Appeals Court and several local judicial posts.

11/30/10 - 8:26pm

2 veterans in Ga. appeals court runoff today

ATLANTA - The two candidates remaining in the six-person race for an open seat on the Court of Appeals already know their way around the Atlanta courthouse.

11/30/10 - 6:52am

Ga. Supreme Court seat on ballot today

ATLANTA - A Lawrenceville lawyer who specializes in divorces and child-custody cases is looking today to oust David Nahmias, a career federal prosecutor appointed last year to the Georgia Supreme Court.

11/30/10 - 6:27am
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