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Tybee beach-goers join hands, too

TYBEE ISLAND, GA. -- At noon Saturday on Tybee, hundreds of people got up from their beach blankets, strolled to the water's edge and joined hands.

06/27/10 - 6:43am

Heat blamed in SC death of Connecticut man

SUMMERVILLE, S.C. - A 32-year-old man from Connecticut died after he became overheated while working for a moving company in South Carolina. Jonathan LaPointe of Meriden, Conn., died after having a heart attack and passing out Thursday in Summerville. LaPointe was pronounced dead at a hospital ...

06/26/10 - 5:35pm

Charges against autistic teen dropped

SAVANNAH, Ga. - An autistic teenager who was Tased by Tybee Island police last month is no longer facing criminal charges, and another officer involved in the incident has resigned. A disorderly conduct charge filed last month against 18-year-old Clifford Grevemberg, who was Tased and thrown to the ...

06/26/10 - 1:59pm

About 75 join hands on Fifth Street Bridge

Turnout for today's Hands Across the Fifth Street Bridge awareness event was higher than expected, according to the Augusta Sierra Club.As part of the Hands Across the Sand national movement,  people  joined hands on beaches, bridges and coastlines at noon to promote clean energy. The...

06/26/10 - 6:21pm

Missing SC toddler's body found

COLUMBIA - Authorities have found the body of a 2-year-old girl who went missing at a South Carolina river. Searchers found Natalie Hasty around 11:30 a.m. today, several miles downstream from where she went missing. It wasn't immediately clear how Natalie died or whether her body was found in the r...

06/26/10 - 12:51pm

Ga. GOP insurance hopefuls differ

Nine running for the Georgia GOP nomination for insurance commissioner agreed in their opposition to federal health reform, but little else.

07/10/10 - 12:31am

Woman reports robbery at Eve, Battle Row

A 49-year-old Augusta woman told Richmond County police she was attacked and robbed early Friday.

06/26/10 - 9:52am

Ga. school board to give $19 million to failing schools

ATLANTA - The Georgia Board of Education is distributing $19.6 million in federal grants to help turn around 16 failing high schools

07/01/10 - 5:03pm

Brunswick fires police chief in prostitute case

BRUNSWICK, Ga. - Police Chief Edna Johnson was fired Thursday, four days after Mayor Bryan Thompson learned she had misled him in a case involving a policeman and a prostitute.

06/25/10 - 11:19am

3 men arrested, crack found

Three men have been arrested and 50 grams of crack cocaine seized.

07/01/10 - 6:45pm
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