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Large ash tray reported stolen

Authorities are looking for the man who stole a large ash tray from the front of a south Augusta gas station on Nov. 30, according to a news release.

12/13/10 - 7:54pm

1st 2 students selected for ASU teaching program

Augusta State University has selected the first two students in a program designed to get qualified science teachers into rural classrooms.

12/13/10 - 5:41pm

ASU gets Ga. Teacher Quality Grant

Augusta State University has received a grant that will allow it to help teachers improve their writing instruction, the university announced in a news release today.

12/13/10 - 5:05pm

Ga. chancellor urges legislators to continue investment

ATHENS, Ga. -- Erroll Davis, the chancellor of the University System of Georgia, coaxed legislators today meeting at the University of Georgia to keep pouring resources into higher education.

12/13/10 - 7:42pm

Ga escapee caught 18 years later

ATLANTA  — The U.S. Marshals Service has arrested a 61-year-old man authorities say escaped from federal prison and evaded capture for 18 years.

 

12/13/10 - 7:43pm

Hot ashes danger, firefighters warn

BETHLEHEM, Ga. — As cold weather sweeps across Georgia, firefighters in Barrow County are warning people to use caution when discarding ashes from fireplaces.

12/13/10 - 3:33pm

DNA tests raise doubts about Ga. man's conviction

ATLANTA — New DNA evidence is raising doubts about the case against a Georgia inmate sentenced to death after he was convicted of strangling three elderly women with their own stockings in the 1970s.

12/13/10 - 4:26pm

'Extreme Makeover' cost Savannah $26,000

SAVANNAH, Ga. — The city of Savannah provided almost $26,000 in taxpayer funded services to the recent production of the ABC television show Extreme Makeover.

12/13/10 - 3:02pm

Audit: Ga. special needs program not helping

ATLANTA — A state audit has found there is little evidence that a program costing the state millions of dollars is helping Georgia's most emotionally disturbed students.

12/13/10 - 1:10pm

Audit: Ga. special needs program not helping

ATLANTA — A state audit has found there is little evidence that a program costing the state millions of dollars is helping Georgia's most emotionally disturbed students.

12/13/10 - 1:10pm
 
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