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Morning accident on Hwy 88

Richmond County authorities werel working a morning accident at Bath Edie Road and Georgia Highway 88, according to dispatch.

12/01/10 - 11:12am

Ga. meth seizure near U.S. record

NORCROSS , Ga. - Gwinnett County police seized nearly half a ton of methamphetamine with an estimated street value of $44.6 million from a home in Norcross, one of the biggest meth seizures ever made in the United States.

12/01/10 - 6:50am

Regulators to meet on Georgia Power rate proposal

ATLANTA - Utility regulators could consider a proposed settlement from Georgia Power that would raise electricity prices, but not as much as the company first proposed.

12/01/10 - 6:53am

Zoo Atlanta gorilla pregnant

ATLANTA - A gorilla at Zoo Atlanta is pregnant.

12/01/10 - 6:35am

Teen dies in wreck on way to class

A 17-year-old on her way to Thomson High School on Tuesday morning was killed instantly when her vehicle ran into a log truck.

12/01/10 - 12:40am

Goodwill expected to announce expansion

Goodwill of Middle Georgia and the CSRA is expected to announce details Thursday on an expansion in Aiken County.

12/01/10 - 12:38am

Popular single-gender option dwindling in SC

A popular education option in South Carolina's public schools has dwindled owing to budget cuts, the outgoing state superintendent said Tuesday, as he cautioned lawmakers not to disrupt what's working.

11/30/10 - 11:49pm

Former President Carter visits White House

Former President Jimmy Carter has dropped by the White House to greet President Barack Obama and discuss international affairs with the president's national security adviser.

11/30/10 - 10:58pm

Nahmias, McFadden win runoffs in Ga. court races

Georgia Supreme Court Justice David Nahmias won a runoff election Tuesday to keep his post on the state's top court, while attorney Chris McFadden pulled off a come-from-behind win for a seat on the state Appeals Court.

11/30/10 - 10:55pm

'Limping Bandit' gets 25 years

A man known as the "Limping Bandit" because of the way he walked away from a string of 23 bank robberies, including two in the Augusta area, has been sentenced in Charleston to 25 years in federal prison.

11/30/10 - 9:40pm
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