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Frozen precipitation will steer clear of area

Freezing rain is a possibility in northern Georgia, but the Augusta area isn't expected to get more than a quick non-freezing sprinkle, according to Tim Hawks, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Columbia.

12/15/10 - 3:21pm

Fire damages Martinez home

A Martinez home sustained heavy damage this afternoon after a fire started on the back porch.

12/15/10 - 11:48pm

Didn't take bribes, SC ex-deputy says

ANDERSON, S.C.  - A former Anderson County sheriff's deputy has pleaded not guilty to charges that he took bribes in exchange for dropping traffic violations.

12/15/10 - 11:28am

Company fined in Aiken County woman's death

COLUMBIA- South Carolina officials have fined a Pennsylvania company $91,000 for its procedures before an ammonia leak last year that killed a Wagener woman.

12/15/10 - 11:12am

Firefighter charged in NW Ga. fires

LAFAYETTE, Ga. - Police say a volunteer firefighter in LaFayette has been charged with arson in connection with 20 fires over the past five years.

12/15/10 - 10:48am

Brunswick suspect blames 10-year-old

BRUNSWICK, Ga. - A Brunswick man accused of killing his girlfriend's 17-month-old daughter told a jury his young son may have caused the injuries that left the girl on life support.

12/15/10 - 10:39am

Nursing program planned at Athens campus

ATHENS, Ga.  - Piedmont College says it will begin offering a bachelor's degree program in nursing at its Athens campus nest year.

12/15/10 - 8:26am

Suspected dogfighting operation found near Savannah

GARDEN CITY, Ga. -- Eleven pit bulls may be headed for a better life, after a Chatham County sheriff's deputy stumbled onto an alleged dogfighting operation near Savannah.

12/15/10 - 7:01am

Ga. Tech students play video game for charity

ATLANTA - A group of Georgia Tech students is geeking out for a good cause.

12/15/10 - 6:45am

Organizers of SC Civil War observances sharing plans

CHARLESTON, S.C. - Organizers of events marking the 150th anniversary of the Civil War in South Carolina say the commemorations may spark differences of opinion and evoke painful memories.

12/15/10 - 6:42am
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