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Ark. fish deaths unsolved; birds likely spooked

The mystery of what killed tens of thousands of fish that washed up along the Arkansas River late last year can't be solved, state wildlife officials announced Wednesday, but they do have a theory about what caused birds to fall out of the sky in a small Arkansas town on New Year's Eve.

01/26/11 - 11:20pm

SC judge picked for 4th Circuit Court of Appeals

President Barack Obama has nominated U.S. District Court Judge Henry F. Floyd for a position on the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

01/26/11 - 11:13pm

Pastides urges SC legislators not to cap colleges

Legislators on a House budget-writing committee said Wednesday that colleges could face caps on tuition and out-of-state students, despite a plea from the University of South Carolina's president to leave those decisions to college officials.

01/26/11 - 11:10pm

SC legislators approve voter ID requirements

South Carolina House Republicans on Wednesday pushed through a measure requiring voters to show photo identification at the polls, as Democrats blasted them for spending money on what they called voter suppression while the state faces a deficit.

01/26/11 - 11:03pm

Sanford, Argentine lover hit Uruguay resort

A week after divorced South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford left office, he and his Argentine lover he called his "soul mate" were spotted frolicking on the beach in the same resort where their romance began.

01/26/11 - 10:47pm

Damon Evans pleads guilty to DUI

Former University of Georgia Athletics Director Damon Evans has pleaded guilty to driving under the influence of alcohol.

01/27/11 - 12:47pm

OSHA cites Robins AFB unit

WARNER ROBINS, Ga. — The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center for workplace safety violations.

01/26/11 - 5:14pm

Aiken man shot, police say

AIKEN -- An Aiken man was shot in the back Tuesday night near an abandoned house on the 400 block of Seastrunk Street, the Aiken County Sheriff's Office says.

 

01/26/11 - 4:00pm

No SC pardon in century old slaying

COLUMBIA — South Carolina officials refused today to pardon a black man executed a century ago for the death of a white shopkeeper.

01/26/11 - 3:24pm

Indictment in November stabbing death

A Richmond County grand jury has indicted Samuel Leroy Steplight, 54, in the stabbing death of an Augusta grandmother.

01/26/11 - 6:53pm
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