FLORENCE, S.C. — A South Carolina man has been sentenced to three months in prison for taking hundreds in cash from a teller he told he needed the money to pay ransom for two people being held hostage.
ATLANTA — The Georgia Board of Education has appointed the deputy director of the state's budget office the head of "Race to the Top" implementation.
Authorities have identified a Monday evening shooting victim as 37-year-old Stanley Curry.
A federal indictment, unsealed this week in federal court, has charged 23 defendants with a conspiracy to distribute large amounts of cocaine and other drugs.
An Emanuel County couple was sentenced Monday in federal court for their roles in a Swainsboro, Ga., mortgage fraud scheme, according to a news release from the U.S. Attorney's Office.
WEST COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Gov. Mark Sanford, legislators and college officials made little headway in a meeting meant to jumpstart discussions on how to make tuition at South Carolina's public colleges more affordable.
Federal authorities have arrested 32 illegal immigrants in central and south Georgia who they say are accused of committing crimes or fled after a judge ordered them to leave the country.
Authorities have reopened the south-bound lane of Peach Orchard Road after an accident between an off-duty police officer and a school bus.
BRUNSWICK, Ga. - A long-awaited Veterans Affairs clinic is scheduled to open next week in Brunswick.
AUSTELL, Ga. - Cobb County authorities say debris falling from a bridge near the Six Flags Over Georgia amusement park has brought traffic to a halt on Interstate Highway 20 west of Atlanta.
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