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Suspect in Ga. mammogram case surrenders

WARNER ROBINS, Ga. - A former Perry Hospital employee indicted on 20 charges of submitting false negative mammogram results has turned herself in to authorities. Rachael Michelle Rapraeger was being held without bond on Friday at the Houston County jail. A Houston County grand jury indicted the 30-y...

09/11/10 - 2:13pm

John Wayne had nothing on veteran Ed Jackson

Augusta native Ed Jackson, a man who his son said "made John Wayne look like nothing," died Wednesday - "slipping the surly bonds of Earth," in the phrasing of the famous poem read at his funeral.

09/11/10 - 10:31am

Support for lower military drinking age

ST. MARYS, Ga. - Proposed legislation to allow service members under 21 to drink beer and wine at base restaurants and clubs has strong support among military leaders, U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston, R-Ga., said Friday.

09/11/10 - 10:05am

GBI investigating Amtrak death

JESUP, Ga. -- The death of a Florida woman who disappeared from an Amtrak train passing through Wayne County had Georgia Bureau of Investigation agents interviewing her husband and tracking down their fellow passengers Friday.


09/11/10 - 9:59am

Ga. cell phone worker finds child porn

 WATKINSVILLE, Ga.  - An Oconee County man was jailed on child pornography charges after a clerk at a cell phone store noticed a photo of a naked child stored on his phone.

09/11/10 - 9:55am

Marine charged in Ga. bank robberies

A 20-year-old Marine from Hull has been arrested and charged with a pair of Athens area bank robberies.

09/11/10 - 9:49am

'X-Men' movie may film in Savannah

SAVANNAH, Ga. -- Producers of X-Men: First Class  are considering locations in Savannah, Tybee Island and Thunderbolt as they scout areas for the next installment of the action-film series.

09/11/10 - 9:44am

Hundreds march for gay rights in Savannah

SAVANNAH, Ga.. -- About 500 people marched in downtown Savannah Friday, changting slogans for equality in the community and across the nation for gay rights.

09/11/10 - 9:37am

SC gator hunters welcome season

CHARLESTON, S.C. - As many as 1,200 hunters are expected on South Carolina rivers and marshes as the state opens the month-long alligator hunting season.

09/11/10 - 9:27am

Ga. Rep. Bishop awarded scholarships to family

WASHINGTON  - Georgia Congressman Sanford Bishop steered college scholarships to relatives and associates.


09/11/10 - 9:23am
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