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Broun resolution praises Mickelson

  U.S. Rep. Paul Broun introduced today a House resolution to honor three-time Masters Champion Phil Mickelson, according to a news release....

04/16/10 - 12:36pm

Morning accident kills Aiken man

An Aiken man is dead after an early morning accident on Peach Orchard Road. Kenneth Lamberth, 53, of Cherry Hill Drive, was pronounced dead at the Medical College of Georgia Hospital, according to Richmond County Sheriff's Maj. Richard Weaver. Lamberth was traveling south on Peach Orchard Road ...

04/16/10 - 8:10pm

Burglary suspect in Evans identified; search continues

Columbia County Sheriff's deputies are continuing the search this morning for a third burglary suspect who ran from officers on Thursday in Evans.

 

04/16/10 - 4:00pm

March unemployment rate declines in Aiken, Edgefield counties

The South Carolina unemployment rate falls for second straight month.

04/16/10 - 9:32am

One dead in early morning wreck

An Aiken man is dead after an early morning wreck on Peach Orchard Road.

04/16/10 - 8:43am

Moultrie police arrest 2 in elder abuse case

  MOULTRIE, Ga. - Two people have been arrested in Moultrie after police say they neglected an elderly woman in their care. WALB-TV reports that police on Thursday arrested 34-year-old Tosha Chambers and 55-year-old Royce Dillard, Jr. The arrests came after paramedics called to the home found 7...

04/16/10 - 7:10am

DeKalb Co police officer in fatal accident

  DECATUR, Ga. - A DeKalb County police officer was involved in a fatal accident involving a pedestrian. Police tell WAGA-TV the officer was driving his cruiser when he hit the woman in the roadway early this morning. Police say the woman died at a hospital. The officer was not injured. The acc...

04/16/10 - 7:07am

Roethlisberger's accuser says she told him 'no'

MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. - The 20-year-old college student who accused Ben Roethlisberger of sexual assault told police she tried to get away from the Pittsburgh Steelers star.

04/16/10 - 12:17pm

Judge partly denies nuke suit

ATLANTA - A judge has blocked part of a lawsuit seeking to stop Georgia Power from the way it's charging customers for nuclear reactors.

 

04/16/10 - 2:09pm

Plant Vogtle critics head back to court

ATLANTA - Opponents of expanding a nuclear power station return to court to overturn a law allowing Georgia Power Co. to charge customers for two new reactors.

04/16/10 - 6:32am
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