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2 local schools in running for Bing bling

Two local schools are in the running for funding from Bing, an Internet search engine, to fulfill what the company calls "Our School Needs."

10/20/10 - 2:05pm

Augusta gun theft suspects captured

Three suspects in a pawn shop burglary earlier this month have been found and charged, according to Richmond County sheriff’s Investigator Alton Creech.


10/20/10 - 10:53am

Decatur church targeted by thieves 3 times

  DECATUR, Ga.  — A church in Decatur is trying to replace up to $14,000 in stolen electronics and cash after thieves targeted it three times. Briarlake Baptist Church Pastor Tommy Ferrell told WSB-TV that thieves apparently broke into the building on Saturday. Then they came back ...

10/20/10 - 10:19am

North Augusta shooting suspect sought

NORTH AUGUSTA -- Authorities in North Augusta have identified a man in Tuesday’s shooting on Bradleyville Road.

10/20/10 - 10:05am

Augusta Canal, Savannah River cleanup planned Saturday

Volunteers are still needed for Saturday’s annual community-wide waterway cleanup that traditionally removes tons of trash and litter from the Savannah River, Augusta Canal and area lakes and streams.

10/20/10 - 10:02am

Aiken council removes closing time loop hole

 Aiken County Council unanimously approved the second reading on Tuesday to eradicate loop holes allowing bars and clubs to stay open past 2 a.m., according to county officials. When the county revamped ordinances last year the language gave establishments the leeway to remain open as long as p...

10/20/10 - 9:47am

Body found in Conyers kudzu patch

CONYERS, Ga.  - Conyers police are searching for people suspected of being involved in a fight with a man whose dead body was later discovered in a kudzu patch.

10/20/10 - 7:06am

DeKalb DA candidate was twice suspended from bar

ATLANTA  - A candidate running for DeKalb County district attorney was twice suspended from the bar.

10/20/10 - 7:04am

Georgia woman ends 'Jeopardy' run

ATHENS, Ga. -- Athens resident Sara Wilkinson's reign on the TV game show "Jeopardy!" came to an end Monday night, but not before she earned nearly $75,000 in prize money.

10/20/10 - 6:51am

Navy school campus symbolically handed over as Supply Corps preps move

ATHENS, Ga. -- The U.S. Navy Supply Corps School ceremonially weighed anchor Tuesday, opening a berth for the University of Georgia's medical and public health schools.

10/20/10 - 6:33am
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