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Egypt's Mubarak steps down

CAIRO — Egyptian vice president says President Mubarak has handed power to the military .

02/11/11 - 12:29pm

Public may review Highway 56 widening plan

The Georgia Department of Transportation has released information regarding the proposed widening of Highway 56, which is expected to begin in 2013.

02/11/11 - 11:41am

Wheeler Road work to affect traffic

The left, eastbound lane along a section of Wheeler Road will be blocked off through the end of March while the Engineering Department works on a median landscape beautification project.

02/11/11 - 11:34am

Winter one of Augusta's coldest ever

 Repeated blasts of cold air in December and a rare January snowstorm are helping to shape Augusta’s winter as the fourth-coldest on record.

02/11/11 - 5:31pm

Savannah man, 23, falls to death

SAVANNAH, Ga. -- A 23-year-old man died this morning when he fell from the top of the Bryan Street Garage.

02/11/11 - 5:50pm

Carter Center plans fund-raiser auction

TLANTA — A baseball signed by four presidents and original artwork by former President Jimmy Carter are among more than 150 items to be auctioned to benefit the Carter Center's work.

02/11/11 - 9:12am

Athens police charge 2 in slaying of pregnant clerk

ATHENS, Ga. -- Athens-Clarke police have charged two homeless people with murdering a pregnant store clerk on Dec. 30 while she worked the night shift at a Westside convenience store.

02/11/11 - 9:00am

2 indicted in Ga. barber's death

GRAY, Ga. — A Jones County grand jury has indicted two men in the 2008 slaying of a barber.

02/11/11 - 8:57am

SC police cruiser stolen, found abandoned

GOOSE CREEK, S.C. --  Berkeley County sheriff's deputies say an unmarked cruiser was stolen and later found abandoned in Goose Creek.

02/11/11 - 8:55am

Georgia's Okefenokee may get Florida panthers

Conservation groups filed a "scientific petition'' Thursday to reintroduce the endangered Florida panther into the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, a move that could establish a population in south Georgia and north Florida and help the species recover.

02/11/11 - 6:38am
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