Latest News

  • Syndicate content

Richmond County fugitive captured

A fugitive sex offender from Richmond County was arrested today in Columbia County.

05/28/10 - 10:13pm

Johnson wrecks in Daytona practice

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. --- Jimmie Johnson's quest for a fifth consecutive NASCAR championship will begin in a backup car.

02/10/10 - 6:27pm

Mi Rancho expanding to downtown Augusta

Renovations are underway at 2 Eighth St. for a new Mi Rancho Mexican Restaurant location. The Mexican restaurant is waiting to receive its liquor license and should open in the first week in March, said co-owner Teo Estrada. The restaurant will occupy the former site of King George Pub, which closed...

02/10/10 - 5:50pm

NRC report finds no problems with MOX plant

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission's most recent round of inspections at the U.S. Energy Department's mixed oxide fuel facility yielded no violations or criticisms, according to a copy of the quarterly report released today.

02/11/10 - 1:09am

Judge considers request for lighter sentence in child sex case

Judge reviews request for lighter sentence from  former doctor convicted of sexually assaulting a 9-year-old girl.

02/11/10 - 3:47pm

Judge considers request for lighter sentence in child sex case

Judge reviews request for lighter sentence from  former doctor convicted of sexually assaulting a 9-year-old girl.

02/10/10 - 5:35pm

Man ruled competent for Grovetown murder trial

One of five Augusta men  charged in a 2008 home invasion and murder in Grovetown was deemed competent today to stand trial by a Columbia County jury.

02/10/10 - 5:23pm

Search continues in kerosene case

The search continued today for two customers who inadvertently received gasoline when they thought they were buying kerosene from the Pumpkin Center store near Harlem.

02/10/10 - 5:54pm

Charlotte council approves incentives for Electrolux, Husqvarna

Incentive packages for Electrolux and Husqvarna to move their offices out of Augusta to Charlotte were approved this week.

02/10/10 - 1:24pm

Hardie Davis already busy in state Senate

ATLANTA -- Georgia's newest senator, Hardie Davis, got to work today, voting on two bills and taking his place in the Augusta delegation.

02/10/10 - 1:28pm

Search Augusta jobs