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MetroMonitor: Augusta moves up the ranking of resilient metro economies

Brookings Institution says Augusta has the seventh most resilient economy in its latest MetroMonitor.

07/16/10 - 7:44pm

DeKalb couple shot selling candy

DECATUR, Ga. — DeKalb County police are searching for three people wanted in the robbery and shooting of a couple selling candy at an apartment complex.

06/15/10 - 7:33am

North Augusta home invasion suspect sought

NORTH AUGUSTA -- Department of Public Safety officers are asking the public's help in locating a suspect in a Monday home invasion.

06/15/10 - 7:26am

Accident causes minor delay on Central

An accident at Central and Troupe streets this morning might cause minor delays for morning drivers, according to Richmond County dispatch. The accident was reported without injuries and should be cleared soon....

06/15/10 - 6:46am

SC man's body pulled from lake

LYMAN, S.C.    - Searchers have found the body of a South Carolina man who drowned after jumping into a Spartanburg County lake to cool off.

06/15/10 - 5:18am

2 admit torching church near Athens

WINDER, Ga.  - Two of the three men charged with torching New Life Deliverance Church in 2005 pleaded guilty Monday in Barrow County Superior Court.

06/15/10 - 5:01am

Angry gorilla prompts Atlanta zoo evacuation

ATLANTA - A building at Atlanta Zoo was evacuated Sunday after a gorilla charged at a glass barrier and cracked it.

06/15/10 - 4:53am

4 inmates accidentally released near Atlanta

JONESBORO, Ga. --- Authorities are investigating how deputies mistakenly released four inmates - including one on the sheriff's most-wanted list - from the Clayton County Jail recently.

06/14/10 - 9:17pm

Grovetown wreck blocks train, traffic

Two Grovetown intersections were temporarily blocked Monday night after a single-vehicle wreck blocked the railroad tracks.

06/15/10 - 5:03am

Attorneys discuss veteran discrimination issues

What Reservists and National Guardsmen returning from military service don't know can hurt their civilian careers. This morning, Augusta attorneys, A. Montague Miller and John B. Long, discussed veterans' discrimination issues at a legal forum sponsored by the CSRA Wounded Warrior Care Project at th...

06/14/10 - 4:14pm
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