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Woman reports armed robbery

An Augusta woman was robbed at gunpoint in the parking lot of Family Dollar at 2625 Cherokee Plaza, according to an incident report.

09/22/10 - 10:47am

Chambliss' office investigating slur against gays

ATLANTA — U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss' office is investigating whether one of his staffers left a derogatory slur on an Internet discussion over the rights of gays to serve in the U.S. military.

09/22/10 - 10:35am

Woman: Man blocked road, exposed himself

An Augusta woman said a man exposed himself to her after he blocked the road with his car, according to an incident report.

09/23/10 - 6:33am

UGA adding faculty

After three years of steady cutbacks, University of Georgia administrators hired more than 70 new tenured or tenure-track faculty members this fall, Provost Jere Morehead said Tuesday.

09/22/10 - 10:17am

Standoff ends in North Augusta

Officers with the North Augusta Department of Public Safety are continuing to investigate domestic violence allegations that led to a standoff situation late Tuesday night.

09/22/10 - 1:48am

Deal's financial woes recast Ga. Gov. race

ATLANTA - In a Republican-leaning state in what's shaping up as a Republican year, Nathan Deal was seen as a pretty sure bet to become Georgia's next governor.

09/21/10 - 5:00pm

Fla. appeals decision in tri-state water dispute

Florida is appealing a judge's decision that protects Georgia from demands that it release more water from a series of dams to protected threatened or endangered species downstream.

09/21/10 - 4:54pm

Ex-Spartanburg sheriff gets 90 days in prison

The former South Carolina sheriff who convinced Susan Smith to confess to her sons' deaths has been sentenced to 90 days in prison for lying to a federal officer.

09/21/10 - 3:58pm

AP Georgia high school football poll

The Top Ten teams in the Associated Press Georgia high school football polls of the 2010 season with first-place votes in parentheses and won-loss record, total points and position last week at right:...

09/21/10 - 3:46pm

Ga. public colleges report 501 undocumented students

ATLANTA -- Georgia's 35 public colleges and universities have admitted 501 students who don't have documentation to prove their citizenship, but none were found to be receiving scholarships or in-state tuition.

09/21/10 - 1:56pm
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