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Edgefield school board race still undecided

EDGEFIELD, S.C. -- The November election in Edgefield County might be over, but the school board race in District 1 remains undecided.

11/09/10 - 8:06pm

UGA engineering request approved

ATLANTA — The state Board of Regents will allow the University of Georgia to offer engineering degrees.

11/09/10 - 4:53pm

Augusta ozone report delayed

Residents of Richmond, Aiken and Columbia counties must wait two more months to learn if their areas will comply with stricter air quality standards imposed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

11/09/10 - 4:48pm

Veterans Day events planned

Here are a few events around town to show appreciation to veterans and remember those who have served their  country.


11/09/10 - 6:35pm

Lexington police charge man with killing rival

WEST COLUMBIA, S.C. — Lexington County sheriff's deputies have charged a 34-year-old man with murder after investigators say he shot and killed his ex-girlfriend's new boyfriend.

11/09/10 - 3:03pm

Army corps reverses SC wetlands decision

CHARLESTON, S.C.  — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has reversed an earlier finding and concluded that about 32 acres of wetlands in Horry County should be protected under the federal Clean Water Act.

11/09/10 - 3:01pm

Auburn calls Cam Newton allegations 'unfortunate'

AUBURN, Ala. — Auburn athletic director Jay Jacobs said a report that Tigers quarterback Cam Newton faced possible expulsion from Florida for academic cheating is "sad".

11/09/10 - 4:19pm

Former newspaper building going to city of Atlanta

ATLANTA — Cox Enterprises is donating The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's former downtown headquarters to the city of Atlanta.

11/09/10 - 2:51pm

Ga. church says pastor didn't engage in sexual conduct

DECATUR, Ga.  — The New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in suburban Atlanta has acknowledged that Bishop Eddie Long accompanied four young men on trips.

11/09/10 - 2:49pm

Ga. Democrat results to be discussed

ATLANTA -- Mike Thurmond, the vice chairman of the Democratic Party of Georgia and unsuccessful candidate for the U.S. Senate, announced today he will hold a press conference Thursday in Atlanta to give his views on why his party lost so many elections last week.

11/09/10 - 12:57pm
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