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Ft. Hood victim, family remembered at Vets Day event

Ceremonies held across the Augusta-area honor America's vets.

01/20/10 - 10:00pm

5 arrested in North Augusta

North Augusta police arrested five males on charges of tampering with a motor vehicle and one charge of unlawful carrying of a pistol on Monday night. An officer was dispatched to the Brickton Place Apartments on Bama Avenue after a witness reported several men in jackets and hoods looking into veh...

11/11/09 - 11:23am

Tip leads to Aiken drug arrests

AIKEN – Aiken County sheriff's deputies seized nearly $50,000 in cash, guns and narcotics at a Langley home. A citizen called Crime Stoppers Monday informing them that there were drugs at a home in the 200 block of Dunbar Street in Langley, Aiken County sheriff’s Sgt. Dave Myers said ...

11/11/09 - 11:36am

Haley camp touts endorsement from Jenny Sanford

COLUMBIA -- S.C. Rep. Nikki Haley’s campaign for governor has announced that First Lady Jenny Sanford is endorsing the Lexington Republican for governor. The other Republican candidates competing for their party’s nomination in the June primary election to succeed Gov. Mark Sanford includ...

11/11/09 - 11:43am

Three arrested in home burglary

Three people were arrested on Tuesday after a woman spotted them burglarizing an Augusta home.

11/11/09 - 9:49am

Early voting starts today for runoff

Early voting will start today for the Augusta Commission District 1 runoff.

01/21/10 - 12:39am

Monroe firefighter deemed a hero

Michael Towe was just another firefighter doing his job Sunday morning when he pulled a man out of a burning home on Church Street in Monroe, he says.

11/11/09 - 9:27am

Water rising, power out, downed trees reported

The National Weather Service in Columbia is reporting two to five inches of rain fell across the Augusta area in the last 24 hours.

01/11/10 - 12:04pm

SC board wants background checks for substitutes

South Carolina education officials want the state to require criminal background checks of substitute teachers in an effort to prevent child abuse.

11/11/09 - 8:35am

Suspect sought in Savannah weekend homicide

Savannah-Chatham police said today that detectives are seeking a 25-year-old man in the Saturday slaying of Steven Green.

11/11/09 - 8:26am

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Post exchange construction loses 40 days to winter

The $22 million expansion of Fort Gordon's Post Exchange lost nearly 40 construction days this winter, but the project's manager said Wednesday that the new facility should be ready well ahead of ...