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Cops: SC woman killed husband, then fled to NC

WEST COLUMBIA, S.C. - Authorities say a South Carolina woman killed her estranged husband and fled to North Carolina, where she tried to commit suicide.

09/23/10 - 3:37pm

Lawyer: Other young men went on trips with pastor

ATLANTA - The pastor of a prominent megachurch accused by three young men of coercing them into sex took trips with other male proteges in his youth ministry as part of a mentoring effort, a lawyer for the religious leader said Thursday.

09/23/10 - 3:21pm

Tiger's course developers reach settlement

COLUMBIA, S.C.  - Chalk up one victory for Tiger Woods this year.

09/23/10 - 3:07pm

Police charge man with making meth

An Augusta man has been arrested for manufacturing methamphetamine in his Virginia Avenue home, according to Richmond County sheriff's Lt. Robert Partain.

09/23/10 - 2:09pm

USC Aiken awarded $264,000 science grant

A $264,000 grant from the National Science Foundation will fund the purchase of a state-of-the-art microscope and research at the University of South Carolina Aiken's chemistry department. A Raman microscope, which is used for spectroscopy and imaging applications, will be the only on...

09/23/10 - 2:56pm

Man, woman report bottle and brick assault

An Augusta man and woman said a large group of people threw bottles and bricks and them and a toddler, according to an incident report.

09/23/10 - 11:43am

Police seek murder suspect

Authorities are searching for Alvin Sturgis Jr. as a suspect in a weekend murder, according to a news release.

09/23/10 - 12:14pm

Inmate's execution delayed

ATLANTA --- Georgia corrections officials on Thursday again delayed the execution of a prisoner who attempted suicide the day he was to be put to death.

09/23/10 - 11:14pm

Bed bugs found in Ga. college dormitory

WALESKA, Ga. -  Some students at Reinhardt University in Cherokee County are sleeping in the gymnasium after bed bugs were discovered in a dorm.

09/23/10 - 10:41am

Chambliss: Slur likely came from my office

ATLANTA - U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss said that a derogatory slur left on an Internet discussion over the rights of gays to serve in the U.S. military appears to have originated from his office.

09/23/10 - 10:34am
 
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