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Georgia man convicted of killing 2 people executed

Melbert Ray Ford, convicted of the 1986 shooting deaths of his ex-girlfriend and her young niece, was executed Wednesday at the state prison in Jackson.

06/10/10 - 12:23am

Applause takes you to the movies

The marquee lights are on, the popcorn is popped and it's cool inside. Summer is the season for films, and we have your guide to area theaters in Thursday's Applause.

06/09/10 - 4:37pm

Authorities release Roethlisberger tapes

MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. — The college student who accused Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger of sexual assault said he had a temper.


06/09/10 - 2:56pm

SRS to evaluate radiation equipment

Savannah River Site will help the U.S. Department of Homeland Security evaluate commercially available radiation detection equipment used by law enforcement and anti-terrorism forces.

06/09/10 - 2:13pm

Ga. board holds hearing on seclusion, restraint

ATLANTA — The Georgia Board of Education heard from dozens of people today lined up to support a proposed statewide ban on solitary confinement in schools.

06/09/10 - 1:58pm

Intruder awakens Augusta woman

A 58-year-old Augusta woman awoke in her home on the 2500 block of Arsenal Place this morning to find an intruder asking for a cigarette, according to an incident report.

06/09/10 - 11:46am

Regents OK MCG reorganization

ATLANTA -- The Board of Regents voted unanimously today to approve the 16 contracts that will reorganize the governance of the Medical College of Georgia.

06/09/10 - 11:34am

SC officials identify swimming death victim

CHARLESTON, S.C.  — Officials have released the name of a 6-year-old South Carolina boy who died after swimming in an apartment complex pool.

06/09/10 - 12:25pm

Legal seminar planned for veterans

The CSRA Wounded Warrior Care Project and the Georgia Bar Association will be holding a legal seminar on veterans’ employment rights Monday.

06/09/10 - 9:36am

Atlanta singer sentenced in manslaughter case

ATLANTA  — A Fulton County Superior Court judge has sentenced the lead singer of an Atlanta rock band was sentenced to 20 years in prison.

06/09/10 - 8:56am
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