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National governors group airing ad in SC

COLUMBIA- The Republican Governors Association is investing in its South Carolina candidate by airing an ad that makes specious claims as it literally spins President Barack Obama into Democratic gubernatorial nominee Vincent Sheheen and vice versa.

10/15/10 - 5:28pm

Spratt, Mulvaney disagree civilly at SC 5th debate

COLUMBIA -- U.S. Rep. John Spratt and his Republican challenger Mick Mulvaney showed they could disagree civilly at their debate Friday.

10/15/10 - 5:25pm

Augusta man indicted on theft charges

A federal grand injury indicted an Augusta man Thursday on charges that he stole money intended for low-income children's meals.

10/15/10 - 5:18pm

Desperate Democrats move to keep House control

WASHINGTON - Grasping to keep control of Congress, Democratic leaders are turning their backs on some of their staunchest supporters in the House.

10/15/10 - 5:00pm

Chairmen of the Board singer General Johnson dies

General Johnson, lead singer of the popular beach music trio Chairmen of the Board, has died. He was 69.

10/15/10 - 4:49pm

USC Aiken professor wins top SC honor

AIKEN -- Dr. Chad Leverette, an associate professor in analytical chemistry at University of South Carolina Aiken, has been named the Governor's Professor of the Year for the state of South Carolina.

10/15/10 - 4:29pm

3 students suspended after starting fire off campus

Three Cross Creek High School students were suspended after they left school without permission, smoked cigarettes and started a fire, according to Richmond County tribunal findings made public Friday.

10/16/10 - 6:30am

Wanted man surrenders

A man wanted on charges that he shot his sister's boyfriend surrendered Friday morning to the Richmond County Sheriff's Office.

10/15/10 - 11:15pm

Pupil is arrested after disturbance

A Sego Middle School student was arrested Thursday on four counts of battery after he pushed teachers, attacked a student with safety scissors and knocked over computers and desks, a report states.

10/15/10 - 11:08pm

More local schools make AYP

Six more Richmond County public schools made the federal "adequate yearly progress" standard in the 2009-10 school year, according to final AYP results released today by the Georgia Department of Education.

10/15/10 - 2:38pm
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