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SRS waste safe enough to stay in Utah

Tests show that about 3,500 tons of waste shipped to Utah from Savannah River Site meets the state's health and safety standards.

10/17/10 - 10:34pm

Woman in critical condition after accident

A woman was in critical condition at Medical College of Georgia Hospital after an accident on Mike Padgett Highway this afternoon.

04/05/10 - 5:42pm

Don't forget: Masters reception downtown at 6 p.m.

Billy Casper is a featured guest for the Mayor's Masters Reception.

04/05/10 - 3:36pm

Traffic update: I-20 ramp to Washington Road has reopened

At 10:16 a.m., The I-20 ramp to Washington Road has reopened.

04/05/10 - 10:17am

Gates crowded; roads, too, but no unexpected delays around Augusta National

Golf fans streamed through the gates of the Augusta National Golf Club this morning, the first day of practice rounds for the Masters Tournament.

04/05/10 - 1:19pm

Security guards kill man in Carrollton

CARROLLTON, Ga. - Authorities in Carrollton say two security guards at a nightclub shot and killed a man after he shot one of them while aiming for someone else. The Carroll County Sheriff's Office says the guards shot Octavis Mabry twice early Sunday. Mabry was pronounced dead at a hospital. Sgt. M...

04/05/10 - 4:16pm

Tiger Woods takes practice swings at Augusta National this afternoon

Tiger Woods played nine holes at Augusta National Golf Club today with good friend and 1998 Masters champion Mark O'Meara.

04/04/10 - 7:01pm

Embers perform tonight for Par 3 party

There's plenty happening off the golf course, including the Par-3 Party downtown tonight.

04/07/10 - 12:03pm

Coach to speak on Alzheimer's

Hall of Fame football coach Frank Broyles will speak during Masters Week about his late wife's battle against Alzheimer's disease. Broyles, a former University of Arkansas  football coach and athletic director, will give a talk -- Alzheimer's disease: A Family Affair -- from ...

04/05/10 - 5:07am

KKK rally turns into party of one

GLOVERVILLE -- A Ku Klux Klan rally in Gloverville today drew more spectators that Klan members.

05/29/10 - 12:34am
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