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Pedestrian struck, vanishes, police say

A pedestrian was reported struck by a car Saturday night at Deans Bridge Road and Gordon Highway, but when police arrived at the scene the victim was gone.

11/28/10 - 9:22am

USS Laffey repair loan default irks SC officials

COLUMBIA — A $9.2 million loan default expected Wednesday by South Carolina's naval museum for repairs to the World War II destroyer USS Laffey has state officials angry.

11/27/10 - 6:56pm

Mystery boom heard west of Atlanta

ATLANTA  — Authorities west of Atlanta are trying to figure out what caused a spectacular boom that rattled windows and prompted 911 calls.

11/27/10 - 6:52pm

Stabbed Marine released from hospital

Marine Cpl. Phillip Duggan is out of the hospital and made a toy donation Saturday, friends said, 24 hours after he was attacked by a suspected shoplifter outside Augusta's Best Buy.

11/28/10 - 12:01am

DeKalb police investigate body found in park

SCOTTDALE, Ga. — DeKalb County police are investigating after a body was found in a park.

11/27/10 - 3:13pm

Ga. lawmakers to focus on illegal immigration

ATLANTA  - Emboldened by November's electoral gains in the General Assembly, Georgia Republicans are fixing to make illegal immigration a major issue during the upcoming legislative session.

11/27/10 - 1:37pm

Man charged in wrestler death stays in Atlanta jail

ATLANTA   - A man charged in the shooting death of a professional wrestler who was working security at a night club will stay in jail for now.

11/27/10 - 1:40pm

Paulding death probably accident, police now say

DALLAS, Ga.  -- Authorities believe a Paulding County woman found in her front yard near Dallas died from injuries suffered when she fell on the front steps of her home.

11/27/10 - 3:16pm

Holiday's turkey grease threatens Savannah sewers

SAVANNAH, Ga. -- Those unwanted pounds around your middle aren't the only problem to arise from a big Thanksgiving meal.

11/27/10 - 9:04am

Clarke cracks down on child-seat violations

ATHENS, Ga. -- Motorists who are cited in Clarke County for violating child safety restraint laws won't be able to mail in fines anymore.

11/27/10 - 7:03am
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