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Ex-Ga. Tech student held in sword attack

ATLANTA - A 33-year-old man who received a PhD from Georgia Tech was being held in the Fulton County Jail on charges he attacked a research fellow with a samurai sword on campus.

02/05/10 - 1:56pm

Bamberg band director had sex with teen, police say

BAMBERG, S.C. - Police say the band director at a South Carolina high school had sex with a 14-year-old student twice at Bamberg-Ehrhardt High School.

02/14/10 - 11:55am

SC utility warns of scam

 South Carolina Electric & Gas Company is asking Aiken County customers to be aware of scam artists posing as the gas company's employees.

02/05/10 - 1:21pm

Accident snarls downtown Aiken traffic

AIKEN - An accident near downtown Aiken has caused traffic delays this morning.

02/05/10 - 1:15pm

SCE&G warns of scammers posing as employees

AIKEN - South Carolina Electric & Gas Company is asking Aiken County customers to be aware of scam artists posing as the gas company's employees....

02/05/10 - 1:05pm

Aiken crash holds up traffic

AIKEN - An accident near downtown Aiken has caused traffic delays this morning. The two-vehicle accident occurred in front of the Taco Bell and Kalmia Plaza in the 1500 block of Richland Avenue West around 11:15 a.m., according to a North Augusta 911 dispatcher. Minor injuries were reported at the s...

02/05/10 - 12:57pm

Rains bring Augusta area flood watch

A flood watch will remain in effect in the Augusta area through tonight, according to weather officials.

02/05/10 - 11:30am

North Augusta traffic stop yields arrests

A North Augusta traffic stop led to the arrest of three armed robbery suspects Thursday, yielding the seizure of a firearm, cash and more than 3 ounces of marijuana.

02/05/10 - 11:26am

Augusta race car heritage featured in documentary

Produced by Ken Moore-and narrated by radio personality Harley Drew, the documentary Augusta International Speedway - a Race with Destiny tells the story of Augusta's NASCAR legacy from the track's creation in 1955 until its closure in 1970.

 

02/07/10 - 4:29pm

Perdue proposes appointing officers

ATLANTA  - Gov. Sonny Perdue is proposing that four state constitutional officers now elected by the public should instead be appointed by the governor.

02/05/10 - 11:33am

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