COLUMBIA - The city that helped give Hootie & The Blowfish its start is celebrating the band's 25th anniversary with a permanent memorial.
The number of jobs in the Augusta metro area remained virtually unchanged in September as Georgia’s unemployment rate remained locked at 10 percent.
A $10 tube of cucumber lotion was stolen at gunpoint Tuesday from the Bath and Body Works on the 200 block of Robert C. Daniel Parkway.
LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. - A grand jury has indicted a Gwinnett County commissioner on charges of bribery and failing to disclose a financial interest in properties up for rezoning.
COLUMBIA - A group of women who support Anita Hill's accusations of sexual harassment against then-Supreme Court justice nominee Clarence Thomas are meeting again in Columbia.
The Jekyll Island Authority this week approved an agreement with Twentieth Century Fox for filming of X-Men: First Class.
IRMO, S.C. - South Carolina driver's licenses are getting their first overhaul in 16 years.
STATHAM, Ga. -- A woman was seriously injured and three children suffered bumps and bruises this afternoon when a sport utility vehicle slammed into the back of a school bus.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. - Florida receiver Chris Rainey, dismissed from the team earlier this season, could be back on the field next week against Georgia.
ATLANTA - Authorities have charged a 61-year-old Georgia man who they say fondled a fellow airplane passenger as she slept.
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