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Analysis: Ga. tax reform council seeks to spur jobs

ATLANTA -- Crafting a tax policy that fosters economic expansion and increased employment could prove to be challenging for the Special Tax Reform Council.

12/06/10 - 1:25pm

Georgia gas prices rising

ATLANTA — Filling up at the pump costs more this week.

12/06/10 - 2:23pm

Atlanta official burglarized while at crime meeting

ATLANTA — Four teens have been arrested after an Atlanta City Council member's home was burglarized while she was at a crime prevention meeting.

12/06/10 - 11:00am

Georgia takes aim at Blue Cross contracts

ATLANTA — A newspaper reports that Georgia's largest health insurer has such a strong grip on the market that hospitals aren't able to make better deals with other insurers.

12/06/10 - 10:54am

Former SC coach Marvin Bass dies at 91

COLUMBIA, S.C. - Marvin Bass, a former head football coach at South Carolina who posted three wins against in-state rival Clemson in five seasons, has died. He was 91.

12/05/10 - 7:47pm

Social gambling up for debate again in SC

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - Some South Carolina legislators say they'll try again to legalize games of poker between friends and church raffle tickets. Efforts to modernize South Carolina's centuries-old gambling laws have repeatedly died since 2007 - a year after a raid on a Mount Pleasant home, where 22...

12/05/10 - 4:00pm

Woman driving on I-285 found by Atlanta police

ATLANTA (AP) - Atlanta police say they have found an elderly woman with dementia who may have been driving in circles around Atlanta. Police in Gwinnett County had earlier asked for help in finding 79-year-old Clara Collins. She was last known to be driving a black Toyota Tacoma pickup truck on I-28...

12/05/10 - 1:38pm

Augusta Super Inn damaged by fire

Augusta firefighters were called to an abandoned motel Saturday night.

12/05/10 - 3:56pm

Williston-Elko's Salley commits to South Carolina

Kendric Salley, who helped lead the Blue Devils to the state championship game, commits to South Carolina while still a junior.

12/04/10 - 5:27pm

Georgia shrimping season might be extended

BRUNSWICK - Georgia shrimpers likely will have more time to try to fill their nets before the state closes its territorial waters, which extend 3 miles offshore, to the harvest of the tasty crustaceans. The food shrimp season automatically closes Dec. 31 unless the Georgia Department of Natural Reso...

12/04/10 - 4:59pm
 
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