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Radio personality Royal Marshall dies

Raymond Royal Marshall was a producer for the Neal Boortz radio talk show, but he was as much a radio personality as Boortz himself. Marshall died early Saturday at age 43.

01/17/11 - 9:41pm

Young King inspired by time in Connecticut

Martin Luther King Jr. could hardly believe his eyes when he left the segregated South as a teenage college student to work on a tobacco farm in Connecticut.

01/17/11 - 9:47pm

DA: Woman released from prison too soon

A district attorney says a woman who was supposed to serve at least two years in prison after she was convicted of killing a baby was released a year too soon by mistake.

01/17/11 - 9:14pm

Savannah officials reject ghost film in cemetery

The Syfy TV channel wants to shoot an epsiode in a Savannah cemetery, but city officials won't approve the idea.

01/17/11 - 9:12pm

Ga. schools give up MLK day openings

Three north Georgia school districts that had planned to use the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday as a makeup day after being shut down by snow and ice last week are taking the day off after all.

01/17/11 - 9:08pm

Georgia Coll. releases book of O'Connor's cartoons

Flannery O'Connor's signature kind of says it all.

01/17/11 - 8:58pm

King's peace legacy praised after Ariz. shootings

The nation observed the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday on Monday with thousands volunteering for service projects and more reflecting on his lessons of nonviolence and civility in the week following the shootings in Arizona.

01/17/11 - 9:46pm

Study: Blue crabs are moving farther upstream

A study finds that South Carolina's blue crabs are moving farther upstream as the marsh estuaries they prefer become increasingly salty.

01/17/11 - 9:49pm

Ralliers call for SC Confederate flag to be moved

Speakers at an annual rally honoring Martin Luther King Jr. said Monday the Confederate battle flag flying above their heads on Statehouse grounds is a symbol of the injustice that still exists 43 years after the civil rights leader was slain.

01/17/11 - 8:36pm

Graham part of visit to Afghanistan, Pakistan

U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell wrapped up a visit Monday to Afghanistan and Pakistan, saying he was encouraged by his findings after touring the region and meeting with military officials, political leaders and U.S. troops.

01/17/11 - 8:25pm
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