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Ga. runaway rapist caught in Texas

  ATLANTA - The Fulton County sheriff's office says a convicted rapist out on bond has been captured in Texas after he removed his ankle monitor and fled. Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Tracy Flanagan says 38-year-old Ali Reza Nejad, known as the "Pantyhose Rapist," was captured by U.S. marshals ...

03/22/10 - 10:57am

Sunday morning holdup reported

A 32-year-old bartender was robbed at gunpoint early Sunday at the corner of Fenwick Street and Crawford Avenue. The victim said the robber came from behind and told him to hand over his money, according to a Richmond County Sheriff's report. When he tried to turn around, the robber hit him in the m...

03/22/10 - 10:06am

1 arrest, 3 sought after car break-ins

One man is under arrest and three others are still at large after deputies confronted men breaking into cars at Augusta Manor Apartments on Mike Padgett Highway this morning. Xavius Bell, 18, of Holley Street, is charged with four counts of entering an automobile and theft-by-taking a motor vehicle,...

03/22/10 - 2:32pm

Latest: House sends health care overhaul bill to Obama

WASHINGTON - House health care bill is headed to president for his signature, but this morning McCain vows Senate fight.

03/22/10 - 9:58am

SC's Bauer publicly launches run for governor

 

WEST COLUMBIA, S.C.  - South Carolina's lieutenant governor is publicly launching his bid for governor with a statewide tour.

03/22/10 - 9:50am

Ga. court overturns malpractice jury limit

ATLANTA - Georgia's top court has overturned a state law that set a $350,000 limit on jury awards for malpractice victims' pain and suffering.

03/22/10 - 9:25am

CarMax to hire next month to open Augusta dealership in May

After sitting empty for a year, CarMax will open its Augusta dealership on May 19.

07/16/10 - 8:54pm

CarMax to hire next month to open Augusta dealership in May

After sitting empty for a year, CarMax will open its Augusta dealership on May 19.

07/16/10 - 8:54pm

Budget cuts could affect north Ga. medical residencies

ATHENS, Ga. -- Scrapping plans for medical residency programs at northeast Georgia hospitals and other parts of the state could save the state $6 million, but could threaten the main point of increasing medical training in the state - to get more doctors practicing in Georgia. Experts say young doct...

03/22/10 - 5:57am

Savannah oil spill shuts down river

SAVANNAH -- A fuel tank ruptured Sunday on a ship at Georgia Ports' Ocean Terminal, causing what was described as a "significant" oil spill on the Savannah River, closing it to vessel traffic.

 

03/22/10 - 5:47am
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