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Extradition costs worry police

ATLANTA  - Authorities in Michigan were jubilant when Atlanta police arrested a suspect in a spate of serial stabbings. They weren't so thrilled about picking up the tab to get him back.

08/24/10 - 4:06am

6-year-old's death is ruled accidental

The death of 6-year-old Sydney Stanley, of Evans, has been ruled accidental, according to Columbia County Deputy Coroner Bonnie Holloway.

08/24/10 - 6:18am

One Supreme Court candidate is campaigning against federal government

ATLANTA -- One of the three candidates for Georgia Supreme Court justice is campaigning with a series of online videos critical of the federal government.

08/23/10 - 4:58pm

School copes with first-grader death

School psychologists gathered at Riverside Elementary today to comfort staff and pupils after the weekend death of a first-grader.

08/23/10 - 4:41pm

More tests done for bad Augusta water

Officials have widened scrutiny of water quality in areas identified in a Chronicle analysis as having elevated levels of fecal coliform bacteria.

09/13/10 - 8:31pm

Tax-reform panel meets here

ATLANTA -- Augusta will be the site of the first public hearing in the field for a special commission looking to overhaul the state’s taxes. Savannah will be the second stop the next evening.

08/23/10 - 3:13pm

Ga. panel looks at campaign transfers

ATLANTA -- State Ethics Commission Executive Secretary Stacey Kalberman said today the commission has not formally rescinded its rule limiting transfers of money from one campaign to another.

08/23/10 - 2:20pm

Profile to be released in Aiken slaying

AIKEN -- After two years of no named suspects in the murder of a Kennedy Middle School teacher, the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division will release a criminal profile of the suspect on Wednesday.

08/23/10 - 1:16pm

Augusta teen jailed in explosives case

An Augusta teenager is in jail after a deputy said he caught him detonating homemade explosive devices Sunday.

08/23/10 - 9:38am

Talks resume on new interstate linking Augusta-Knoxville

The Federal Highway Administration is studying a possible  interstate that would connect Savannah and Augusta to Knoxville, Tenn., despite opposition.

08/23/10 - 8:53am
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