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Burglar steals Augusta bus tickets

Richmond County authorities are searching for someone who stole at least 38 bus tickets over the weekend, according to an Sheriff's Office incident report.

11/23/10 - 7:38am

2 Atlanta men charged in road rage shooting

ATLANTA — Police say two men have been charged with aggravated assault and reckless conduct after shots were fired at a pickup truck in what police say was a road rage incident on Interstate Highway 285.

11/22/10 - 3:47pm

SC deputy kills attacking dog

SPARTANBURG, S.C. — A Spartanburg County sheriff's deputy has shot and killed a pit bull he says attacked several people including the dog's owner.

11/22/10 - 3:43pm

Reds Votto wins NL MVP

NEW YORK  — Cincinnati's Joey Votto was voted NL's Most Valuable Player.

11/22/10 - 4:58pm

Blanchard intersection not a factor in Saturday traffic fatality

Blanchard, Washington Road intersection not to blame in fatal Saturday accident, authorities say.

11/22/10 - 11:38am

Ga. top court says council part of judiciary

ATLANTA — The Supreme Court of Georgia has reversed a decision by the Georgia Court of Appeals, ruling that the Judicial Council of Georgia and its Board of Court Reporting are considered part of the judiciary under state law.

11/22/10 - 10:49am

FBI says city had no hate crimes in 2009

An FBI report released Monday shows no reported hate crimes in Augusta last year.

11/23/10 - 1:50am

Man shot to death in Greer

GREER, S.C. — Greer police say they have few leads as they investigate the weekend shooting death of a man.

11/22/10 - 9:50am

Ga. Supreme Court OKs death for Macon cop shooting

ATLANTA — The Georgia Supreme Court has ruled 5-to-2 that two men will be eligible for the death penalty if they're found guilty of killing a Bibb County law enforcement officer.

11/22/10 - 9:47am

SC plans 80 electric car charging stations

  COLUMBIA — Local governments across South Carolina are planning to set up 80 car charging stations as new electric cars arrive in the state. The State newspaper reported today that a nonprofit organization called Plug-In Carolina is coordinating efforts to set up places ...

11/22/10 - 12:39pm
 
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