ATHENS, Ga. -- A residence at which three University of Georgia student athletes live was searched for stolen items Wednesday, but police don't believe any student athletes were involved.
WASHINGTON — Former Agriculture Department employee Shirley Sherrod pleaded with officials to hear her out after she was ousted from the USDA during a racial firestorm in July, internal e-mails show.
CHARLESTON, S.C. — Two more Chinese restaurants have been robbed in the Charleston area, making 14 such robberies since August.
COLUMBIA — State and federal politicians who lie about their military records should pay a $10,000 state Ethics Commission fine, according to a Charleston lawmaker.
Beaulieu of America, one of Franklin County's largest employers, is closing its Royston carpet fiber plant and eliminating nearly 200 jobs.
TUNKHANNOCK, Pa. — A Georgia man will spend more than 13 years in prison for soliciting sexually suggestive photos of a 13-year-old northeastern Pennsylvania girl.
HARTSVILLE, S.C. — A South Carolina nuclear reactor shut down after regulators say a motor that powers a pump to cool the reactor malfunctioned.
CHARLESTON, S.C. — Government officials along the South Carolina coast object to a proposal to shift accommodation tax revenues from local governments and arts events to tourism promotion.
The administration building for the National Nuclear Security Administration’s $4.86 billion mixed oxide fuel facility was certified this week as a “green” building that meets internationally recognized standards for energy efficiency.
The Alzheimer’s Association and the MCG Memory Disorder Clinic announce a free Alzheimer’s Lunch and Learn program.
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