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Effingham County wins shootout against Evans

Evans lost three fumbles and committed numerous penalties at critical junctures in a 38-31 loss to Effingham County on Friday night that spoiled the Knights' homecoming.At 2-2 in Region 2B-AAAA, Evans (5-3) faces Lakeside (3-5, 2-2) on Friday night, with the winner earning a spot in a regi...

10/22/10 - 11:52pm

Public's help sought in catching Aiken burglar

AIKEN -- Aiken County Sheriff's investigators are asking the public's help in identifying a burglary suspect.

10/22/10 - 5:34pm

High Museum in Atlanta gets gift of 90 works

ATLANTA — The High Museum of Art in Atlanta has received a gift of 90 American paintings and sculptures.

10/22/10 - 2:45pm

Ga. councilman criticized for racially tinged barb

WARNER ROBINS, Ga. — Civil rights groups have criticized a white city councilman in Georgia for telling a black colleague that he should be working in a cotton field.

10/22/10 - 1:51pm

Zoo Atlanta: Giant panda Lun Lun is pregnant

ATLANTA — Zoo Atlanta says an ultrasound exam confirms giant panda Lun Lun is pregnant with her third cub.

10/22/10 - 12:06pm

Bandits sought after Hephzibah holdup

Authorities are searching for a two men who robbed a Hephzibah gas station at gunpoint Thursday evening, according to an incident report.

10/22/10 - 10:29am

SC unemployment 11 pct in September, down slightly

COLUMBIA — South Carolina's unemployment rate edged down slightly to 11 percent in September as more government workers were put back on payrolls.

10/22/10 - 9:57am

Feds: Brunswick man threatened gunfire rampage

BRUNSWICK, Ga. — A Brunswick man accused of threatening to get his gun and "shoot everyone" at a local Social Security office will remain jailed until trial.

10/22/10 - 9:22am

Homeless pair sentenced for burning Columbus mill

COLUMBUS, Ga. — A homeless pair has been sentenced to prison for burning a Columbus mill in a fire so intense it blistered the paint on responding firetrucks.

10/22/10 - 9:20am

At UGA, more must rely on aid

ATHENS, Ga. -- The number of University of Georgia students who qualify for need-based federal grants has soared for a second straight year.

10/22/10 - 6:32am
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