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Suspect Wright caught

Franklin Wright, a suspect in both the brutal beating of a Broad Street store owner and last month's slayings of two women in Aiken County, was captured Monday.

09/07/10 - 4:24pm

Mom, dad killed in SC wreck, kids survive

PINEVILLE, S.C. - South Carolina troopers say a mother and father were killed, but their three children survived a wreck near Pineville.

09/07/10 - 1:00am

Forsyth County guard shot to death

CUMMING, Ga. - Forsyth County Sheriff Ted Paxton says the masked gunmen who robbed a grocery store and killed a security guard had help from an employee who was inside the store at the time.

09/07/10 - 12:57am

Labor Day finds the Augusta work environment frustrating but improving

Burke County has the 10th highest wages of the state's 159 counties. And Columbia County has the eighth highest family income and fifth best unemployment rate.

09/06/10 - 4:55pm

Analysis: When the public talks, do officials listen?

The public was asked to speak its mind, but was anybody really listening?

09/06/10 - 7:22pm

Post-game cleanup helps Athens nonprofits

ATHENS, Ga. -- Ten different nonprofit groups benefit by cleaning up campus after UGA football games.

09/06/10 - 7:22pm

TV show features Georgian's rare illness

A Statesboro man will be the subject of a new episode of The Discovery Channel's Mystery Diagnosis.

09/06/10 - 7:22pm

Tybee seeks roadway to its past

TYBEE ISLAND, Ga. -- Local officials hope to bring back a charming view of Tybee's past -- a palm-tree lined median.


09/06/10 - 7:23pm

No ordinary Joe: A smart guy in a small town

BRUNSWICK, Ga. -- You wouldn't know from appearances that Joe Iannicelli, 81, holds a doctorate in organic chemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and has more than 50 patents listed at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

09/06/10 - 7:23pm

Ga. hospital probes mammogram mixup

PERRY, Ga. - A prosecutor will soon give a public update on a probe into faulty mammogram tests at Perry Hospital that could have affected around 900 women.

09/06/10 - 7:23pm
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