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Student protest organizers meet legislators

ATLANTA -- Seven of the organizers of Monday's student protest against possible cuts to higher-education spending met this morning with Democratic legislators.

03/18/10 - 10:39am

Vogtle still reviewing federal loan offer

Southern Company and subsidiary Georgia Power say they're still reviewing the Obama loan offer.

03/18/10 - 11:59am

Carter criticizes Mideast effort

ATLANTA- Former President Jimmy Carter says the latest plan for shuttle diplomacy between Israel and Palestine is a "feeble effort".

03/18/10 - 9:19am

McDuffie County finance director resigns due to health problems

McDuffie County Finance Director Darlow Maxwell has tenured his resignation citing  "serious" health problems.

03/18/10 - 10:49am

SC lawmakers approve abortion ban in health plan

COLUMBIA - South Carolina legislators approved barring the state's health insurance plan from covering abortions in cases of rape or incest, but allowed a limited exception.

03/18/10 - 6:40am

Man shot, killed at Atlanta train station

EAST POINT, Ga. - Authorities are investigating a shooting at a MARTA station in the Atlanta area that left a man dead. Officials say the man was shot and killed Wednesday night at the East Point train station. Lyle Harris, a spokesman for the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, says train...

03/18/10 - 6:35am

Ga. jobless rate hits new record

ATLANTA - The Georgia Department of Labor reports today the state's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose to a record 10.5 percent in February.

 

03/18/10 - 5:08am

Ga. jobless rate hits new record

ATLANTA - The Georgia Department of Labor reports the state's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose to a record 10.5 percent in February.

03/18/10 - 4:48am

Massey drops congressional bid

Sen. Shane Massey, R-Edgefield, announced today he is abandoning his bid for the 3rd congressional district seat.

03/17/10 - 6:16pm

Senate committee passes a bill that would could streamline environmental appeals

Georgia juges hearing appeals of action by the Environmental Protection Division would have to defer to the agency's expertise on technical matters.

03/18/10 - 8:50am
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