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Feds sue ex-attorney Benjamin Eichholz

SAVANNAH -- The U.S. Labor Department has sued The Eichholz Law Firm and its former CEO, ex-lawyer Benjamin Eichholz, to recover assets from two mishandled employee benefit funds.


07/16/10 - 5:58am

Jesup woman, St. Marys man land record fish

BRUNSWICK, Ga.  - Southeast Georgia residents have set new men's and women's state records for catching the heaviest black drum. But pound-for-pound, neither matched a flathead catfish pulled from the Altamaha River that tied a state record.

07/16/10 - 5:42am

Environmentalists say end private water war talks

ATLANTA - A trio of environmental groups want an end to closed-door talks as Georgia, Alabama and Florida negotiate a long-running water dispute.

07/16/10 - 5:35am

Elderly Georgia couple dies in home elevator

ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga.  - When the elevator in their home got stuck between floors, Sherwood and Caroline Wadsworth found themselves trapped with no way to call for help.


07/16/10 - 5:30am

Future of nuke waste debated

RICHLAND, Wash. — The future of nuclear energy in the U.S. depends on whether this country can figure out how to treat and dispose of the waste that is created.

07/15/10 - 5:44pm

More screening problems at Vogtle

ATLANTA  — A power company says it has identified more problems with the screening of workers building a proposed nuclear power plant near Augusta.

07/15/10 - 5:16pm

Augusta drag boat event vows to grow

The new owners of the series that sanctions the Augusta Southern Nationals pledged today to grow the annual event to even greater prominence.

07/15/10 - 2:58pm

SuperPetz will begin closing Aiken store next week

SuperPetz in Aiken is closing its doors, one of 10 of the chain's pet stores to fall victim to the economy.

07/16/10 - 12:10am

McIlroy rips through a defenseless Old Course

Rory McIlroy tied the major championship record today shooting a 9-under 63 in the opening round of the British Open.

07/15/10 - 7:16pm

Ga. native to become top commander in Iraq

ALBANY, Ga. — While Gen. David Petraeus' assignment to Afghanistan has been the focus for weeks on war coverage in the media, another high-profile military assignment has been made in the war effort, this one involving a native of Southwest Georgia.

07/15/10 - 12:42pm
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