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Pilot hurt in small plane crash in Lawrenceville

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. - Authorities say a man suffered life-threatening injuries when the small plane he was flying crashed in Lawrenceville. Gwinnett County fire department spokesman Lt. Eric Eberly says emergency workers responded to reports of a small plane crash around 2:10 p.m. Saturday. Eberly sa...

10/09/10 - 3:56pm

North Augusta man dies in motorcycle crash

A 24-year-old motorcyclist was fatally struck by a pickup Friday night as he traveled south on Duncan Road in Aiken County at a "high rate of speed," according to the Aiken County coroner. Johnny Clarke, of North Augusta, crossed the center line on a curve and came into the path of an oncoming truck...

10/09/10 - 3:54pm

Zaxby's wants stolen chicken returned

ATHENS, Ga. - Zaxby's is hoping that free chicken will convince thieves to return its missing inflatable mascot. The restaurant chain is offering $500 in Zaxby's gift cards for the safe return of "Big Zach," the 15-foot tall inflatable mascot. The fowl float was taken between 11:30 p.m. Monday and 4...

10/09/10 - 11:09am

Azziz says MCG must see results

Dr. Ricardo Azziz and his staff at the Medical College of Georgia have been working hard to transform the place in his first 100 days as president.

10/09/10 - 8:28am

Phillies rally past error-prone Reds

PHILADELPHIA -- The Philladelphia Phillies overcame a 4-0 deficit tonight to defeat the Cincinnati Reds 7-4.


10/08/10 - 10:05pm

Judge revokes Deal's daughter bankruptcy discharge

ATLANTA — A federal judge has revoked the discharge of a 2009 bankruptcy of more than $3 million in debts by the daughter and son-in-law of Republican gubernatorial candidate Nathan Deal.

10/08/10 - 6:18pm

SC GOP: Sheheen 1991 traffic ticket dropped

COLUMBIA — South Carolina Republicans are questioning a 1991 reckless driving ticket for Democratic gubernatorial nominee Vincent Sheheen.

10/09/10 - 8:17am

Records, Haley at odds

COLUMBIA— When Nikki Haley left her $110,000-a-year job in April, the explanation was that she wanted to work full-time on her run for governor. Record show the departure wasn't so smooth.


10/09/10 - 1:30am

Former Ga. lawmaker to face tax evasion trial

ATLANTA -- A former legislative committee chairwoman learned today she will go to trial in April on the state charges of tax evasion that will have been pending against her for two years.

10/08/10 - 5:07pm

Vogtle security violation minor, NRC says

ATLANTA — The Nuclear Regulatory Commission says the failure to properly screen workers at a Georgia nuclear construction site was a low-level violation of federal rules.

10/08/10 - 4:58pm
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