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Ga. could end free Wednesdays for parks

ATHENS, Ga.  - Budget trouble could mean the end of free Wednesday admission to Georgia's state parks.

09/06/10 - 6:37am

Jason Day the leader


NORTON, Mass. - Jason Day capped off an exciting day at the Deutsche Bank Championship with a routine birdie to take the lead going into the final round on Labor Day.

09/05/10 - 6:01pm

Man gets life sentence in beating death of Jesup judge

JESUP, Ga. - A jury spared Bobby Rex Stribling Jr.'s life Saturday for the brutal beating death of Jesup municipal Judge Glenn Thomas Jr. three years ago

09/05/10 - 5:24am

Report claims UGA administrator 'bloat'

ATHENS, Ga. -- The University of Georgia has been hiring administrators at more than 10 times the rate it has hired faculty members, according to a study by a conservative think tank.

09/05/10 - 4:59am

Ga. wife kills returning Iraq war vet

SAVANNAH, Ga. -- A soldier was fatally shot by his wife in a Wilmington Island home shortly after he returned from a tour of duty in Iraq, according to Savannah-Chatham police.

09/05/10 - 4:43am

Police charge driver with homicide in deadly crash

ATLANTA  - A 24-year-old man has been charged with vehicular homicide and drunken driving after a wreck on Interstate 20.

09/04/10 - 5:22pm

2 Ga. women charged in May death of toddler

ZEBULON, Ga.   - Authorities have issued murder warrants for two women accused of killing a 2-year-old in Pike County in May.


09/04/10 - 2:42pm

UGA safety suspended after theft charge

ATHENS, Ga. – Georgia safety Alec Ogletree has been suspended for at least one game after a misdemeanor theft charge. University police obtained a warrant stemming from a June incident in which a scooter helmet was reported missing from a student-athlete academic center, Chief Jimmy Williamson...

09/03/10 - 6:29pm

Sanford will visit Aiken on Thursday

As part of his weekly visits around the state, Gov. Mark Sanford will stop in Aiken on Thursday morning.

09/04/10 - 4:50pm

Georgia Power files tariff for PSC review

ATLANTA — Georgia Power has filed a tariff with the Public Service Commission to recoup finance costs for two new nuclear reactors through rate increases.

09/03/10 - 4:14pm
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