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Worker error makes some Georgia taxpayers overpay

ATLANTA, Ga. - A state Department of Revenue employee has been fired after making a mistake that caused more than 500 Georgia taxpayers to have multiple debits made from their bank accounts, officials said.

02/13/10 - 7:04pm

Teens take signs for 'scavenger hunt'

A group of teenagers took advantage of Friday's snow storm to go on a "scavenger hunt" and snatch a street sign and stop sign from a west Augusta neighborhood.

02/15/10 - 5:22pm

Holdup reported at Augusta restaurant

Richmond County investigators responded Friday night to a report of an armed robbery at the China Express on Peach Orchard Road.

02/13/10 - 3:09pm

Snowfall brings power outages to Barnwell County

BARNWELL, S.C. -- In Barnwell County, the Friday snowstorm caused numerous electrical outages.

02/13/10 - 3:03pm

No. 7 ASU defeats Montevallo

In front of a national television audience, the Jaguars proved up to the challenge.

07/22/10 - 10:49pm

Snowfall depth? Depends on where you measure

Snowfall in Augusta and Aiken ranged from three to seven inches, according to the National Weather Service.

02/13/10 - 5:34pm

Augusta leads state in overnight power outages

Power outages from Friday night's snowfall continue to plague the Augusta region this morning.

02/13/10 - 12:03pm

It's pretty this morning, but look out for ice

Hitting the streets this  morning to check out Augusta's deepest snow in decades? Watch out.

02/13/10 - 11:00am

Shouldn't it be sunny here? South gets snowed in

ATLANTA - Snowstruck Southerners tossed snowballs not far from the Gulf of Mexico as winter took its biggest whack at the region in decades Friday.

02/13/10 - 5:38pm

Airlines cancel flights as winter storm hits South

ATLANTA - Airlines canceled nearly 1,900 flights Friday as snow pounded parts of the South and dumped several inches of white on Atlanta, home to the world's busiest airport.

02/13/10 - 8:15am
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