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RCAE endorses school board candidates

The Richmond County Association of Educators announced late Tuesday that it has endorsed candidates for the Richmond County Board of Education.

10/06/10 - 10:33am

Downtown bike rider describes being struck by car

An Augusta man told police he was struck by car while riding his bike near his home on Ellis Street, according to an incident report.

10/06/10 - 10:34am

Stripper, drugs, guns and federal judge don't mix, FBI says

ATLANTA — A 67-year-old federal judge's wild relationship with a stripper started with a lap dance, prosecutors said, and quickly escalated.

10/06/10 - 2:27pm

Some Atlanta cabs to get back seat payment devices

ATLANTA — Passengers in some Atlanta taxis will soon be able to pay for a ride by swiping their credit cards from the back seat.

10/06/10 - 9:49am

Update: I-20 accident cleared west of Augusta

Emergency crews have cleared up from the scene of an overturned flatbed trailer on Interstate 20 westbound, according to Georgia State Patrol dispatch.


AirMed has been called to the scene of the 6:41 a.m. accident near exit 154. Dispatch said no other vehicles were involved.

10/06/10 - 10:19am

Robber flees SC hotel as clerk pulls a golf club

HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C.    - Hilton Head Island is known for its plush golf courses. So perhaps it was no surprise when a hotel clerk used a golf club to chase away a would-be robber.


10/06/10 - 7:21am

Cessna pilot makes emergency landing on SC highway

WEST COLUMBIA, S.C. - Authorities say the pilot of a small plane made an emergency landing on a highway west of South Carolina's capital city after being forced to abort a flight to Georgia.


10/06/10 - 7:14am

Women steal $450,000 from Columbus church

COLUMBUS, Ga.   - Two women accused of stealing $450,000 from a church will have to pay back the money.

10/06/10 - 6:59am

SC cops learn by crashing motorcycle themselves

COLUMBIA- Law officers from around South Carolina are sharpening their crash investigation skills - by crashing something themselves.

10/06/10 - 6:41am

Thousands in SC walk to school to mark special day

COLUMBIA - Thousands of South Carolina students, educators and parents are ditching buses and cars to take part in International Walk to School Day.

10/06/10 - 6:38am
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