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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

Ga. man sentenced for stealing trade secrets

MACON, Ga. - A Georgia man was sentenced to three years in federal prison after pleading guilty to stealing trade secrets that prosecutors say cost his former company $14 million.

12/15/10 - 6:33am

Comedian to sign books at Augusta Mall

Best-selling author and comedian Steve Harvey will be at Barnes & Noble in Augusta Mall at 6 p.m. today for a book signing, according to a news release.

12/15/10 - 1:55am

Teen improving from gunshot wounds

Xavier Anderson, 16, continues to improve after he was shot last week outside a Wheeler Road apartment complex, his mother said Tuesday.

12/15/10 - 1:53am

Woman charged with influencing witness

A 71-year-old grandmother was jailed today after she was accused of helping her son try to persuade a key witness not to appear at his trial on cruelty to children charges.

12/14/10 - 11:22pm

Georgia may raise sales taxes

Georgia sales taxes would rise to offset the elimination of taxes on business materials and fuel, according to a broad outline of recommendations a tax reform council will make.

12/14/10 - 5:06pm

Borrow money for reservoirs, Deal says

ATHENS, Ga. — Gov.-elect Nathan Deal said his state budget proposal will contain borrowing for new reservoirs as Georgia tries to resolve a long-standing three-state water dispute.

12/14/10 - 4:20pm

Cut corporate income tax, Deal says

ATHENS, Ga. — Gov.-elect Nathan Deal laid out the case for slashing Georgia's corporate income tax, saying it would help the state keep and recruit jobs.

12/14/10 - 4:15pm
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