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Woman didn't pay dentist, police told

Workers at an Augusta dental office said a woman fled the office without paying after the dentist had completed work on her teeth earlier this month. A report for theft of services was filed by an employee of Downtown Dental to the Richmond County Sheriff's Office Wednesday that alleges Kathleen Nor...

05/28/10 - 9:47pm

Police discuss SC capital city's mayor-elect wreck

A witness to the wreck involving the mayor-elect of Columbia said Steve Benjamin's lights were off when he collided with another driver.

04/23/10 - 12:13pm

Critics assail SEC for watching porn sites, not financial institutions

WASHINGTON  - Republicans are stepping up their criticism of the SEC following reports staffers surfed porn sites on government computers.

04/23/10 - 8:20am

Ga. attorney general criticizes ethics package

ATLANTA - Georgia's top attorney is criticizing an ethics package that he says will deter citizens from filing ethics complaints. Attorney General Thurbert Baker says lawmakers should fix a provision in the wide-ranging bill that would require a citizen filing the complaint to pay the official's att...

04/23/10 - 6:23am

Court set for man accused of killing family

BRUNSWICK, Ga. - The man charged with the beating deaths of eight people will be in court next month.

04/23/10 - 6:20am

Eichholz seeks prison sentence delay

SAVANNAH -- Attorneys for convicted Savannah lawyer Benjamin Eichholz have asked a federal judge to delay his 21-month sentence pending an appeal. The Wednesday motion argues Eichholz is neither a danger to the community nor using the appeal to delay. It asks Chief U.S. District Judge William T...

04/23/10 - 5:58am

Woman saved kids from shooter, Athens police say

ATHENS, Ga. -- Police say an Athens woman likely saved the lives of two young children Tuesday after her brother went on a shooting rampage.

04/23/10 - 5:51am

SC students run for final exam

CHARLESTON - A group of South Carolina college students are getting ready to take their final exam with running shoes, not No. 2 pencils. Students in the College of Charleston's Sport Physiology and Marathon Training leave today for Nashville, Tenn., and the Music City Marathon that will serve ...

04/23/10 - 5:42am

Ga. attorney general won't sue over voter checks

ATLANTA - Georgia Attorney General Thurbert Baker is once again refusing Gov. Sonny Perdue's request to sue the federal government, this time over the state's voting check system. In a letter to Secretary of State Brian Kemp today, Baker said he won't sue the Obama administration to implement G...

04/22/10 - 5:47pm

Ga. school board reform bill gets OK

ATLANTA  - A bill that would allow Georgia's governor to oust misbehaving school board members is on its way to becoming state law.

04/22/10 - 5:42pm
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