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Flight cancellations cause Ga. delays

Hundreds of flight cancellations made the world's busiest airport seem empty today.

12/25/10 - 4:47pm

Mr. Willie's Christmas gift endures 40 years later

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Forty years after he died, Willie Browne's gift to a north Florida community remains remarkable.


12/25/10 - 10:52am

Coroner: Diabetes led to fatal SC wreck

ANDERSON, S.C. - The Anderson County coroner says a medical problem likely contributed to a wreck that killed an Anderson teen.

12/25/10 - 10:21am

Salley man dead in traffic accident

AIKEN -- A 24-year-old Salley man was pronounced dead at Aiken Regional Medical Center Friday night after being transported there by Aiken County EMS.

12/25/10 - 7:39am

Savannah infant brought to Augusta burn center

A Savannah infant critically injured in a Christmas Eve house fire has been taken to the Joseph M. Still Burn Center in Augusta , Savannah Fire & Emergency Services officials said.

12/25/10 - 7:23am

McDuffie teen shooting suspect arrested

A 21-year-old Thomson man was arrested Friday for the Wednesday shooting of a 14-year-old boy. Mario Lowe was charged with one count of aggravated assault and one count of giving false statements to law enforcement officers, said McDuffie County Sheriff Logan Marshall. Lowe is accused of shooting Ja...

12/24/10 - 8:35pm

North Augusta Waffle House robbed

Waffle House was robbed Friday by a masked gunman who fired a shotgun into the ceiling as he walked into the restaurant, according to North Augusta Public Safety.

12/25/10 - 10:29am

Former Clemson baseball coach Bill Wilhelm dies

The man widely credited for building Clemson into a national college baseball power has died.

12/24/10 - 10:43pm

Man wounded in DeKalb gunfight dies

DECATUR, Ga. — Police in DeKalb County say a man involved in a gunfight that wounded two other people has died.

12/24/10 - 3:47pm

Lexington County Council votes to repeal blue laws

LEXINGTON, S.C. — Lexington County has become the latest county in South Carolina to overturn its blue laws which prevented a number of items from being sold before 1:30 p.m. on Sundays.

12/24/10 - 3:44pm
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