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FBI says city had no hate crimes in 2009

An FBI report released Monday shows no reported hate crimes in Augusta last year.

11/23/10 - 1:50am

Man shot to death in Greer

GREER, S.C. — Greer police say they have few leads as they investigate the weekend shooting death of a man.

11/22/10 - 9:50am

Ga. Supreme Court OKs death for Macon cop shooting

ATLANTA — The Georgia Supreme Court has ruled 5-to-2 that two men will be eligible for the death penalty if they're found guilty of killing a Bibb County law enforcement officer.

11/22/10 - 9:47am

SC plans 80 electric car charging stations

  COLUMBIA — Local governments across South Carolina are planning to set up 80 car charging stations as new electric cars arrive in the state. The State newspaper reported today that a nonprofit organization called Plug-In Carolina is coordinating efforts to set up places ...

11/22/10 - 12:39pm

Ga. House speaker outlines priority

ATLANTA - House Speaker David Ralston ranks solving the revenue shortage of Georgia's lottery-funded education programs as one of his top-four priorities.

11/22/10 - 12:38pm

Air duct problem recalls Atlanta flight

ATLANTA  - Delta Air Lines says a flight headed to Los Angeles was forced to return to Atlanta because of an air duct problem.

11/22/10 - 12:35pm

Train derails in Burke County

A train derailment about a mile outside of Midville, about 55 miles south of Augusta in Burke County, had emergency management and Norfolk-Southern officials busy Sunday evening.

11/22/10 - 1:03am

Lady Antebellum wins AMA

Lady Antebellum won its first American Music Award tonight for country music duo or group - favorite band.

06/25/12 - 7:47pm

Baby died in Duluth house fire; parents injured

DULUTH, Ga. (AP) - A 10-month-old baby was killed and his parents badly injured in a fire at the family home in Duluth. Lt. Eric Eberly of the Gwinnett Fire Department told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that police officers went to the scene on Main Street Saturday night and found a man in his fr...

11/21/10 - 4:54pm

Last of SC Guard back from Afghanistan

COLUMBIA - About 80 soldiers from a South Carolina Army National Guard unit are returning home after eight months providing security for U.S. engineers and medical personnel in Afghanistan. Guard spokesman Capt. Tim Irvin says the last group from the 1st Battalion, 178th Field Artillery, based in Ge...

11/21/10 - 8:31pm
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