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Richmond schools continue flu shots

The Richmond County school system continues this week's schedule for seasonal influenza shots at schools. These are not the H1N1 shots. Sites include: Today,the schedule is as follows: 10:30 a.m.-noon at Langford Middle, 1-2 p.m. at Sue Reynolds, 2:30-3:30 p.m. at Bayvale Elementary, 9-10 a.m....

01/13/10 - 10:26pm

Police search for SC toddler

Police are searching for a father accused of assaulting the mother of their son and taking the 2-year-old from his home.

09/29/09 - 9:15am

Police investigate baby's death

The North Augusta Department of Public Safety is still investigating the death of a 5-week-old whose mother found him lifeless Monday. The boy was pronounced dead Monday morning. Officers were called about 6:45 a.m. to the 800 block of Yardley Drive, where the woman said she found her son not brea...

09/29/09 - 9:10am

Lake planned for SC nuclear plant

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A North Carolina utility plans to create a 620-acre lake to provide water for a proposed nuclear reactor in northern South Carolina. Duke Energy wants to build a backup water supply for the proposed reactor along the Broad River in Cherokee County. The industrial lake would ...

09/29/09 - 8:26am

I-20 traffic moving again

Traffic on I-20 in Columbia County is moving again after a morning accident slowed early commuters. A portion of Interstate 20 in Columbia County was closed because of a series of accidents near the Grovetown exit. A Columbia County dispatcher said the eastbound lane of I-20 near Exit 190 was clos...

09/29/09 - 9:46am

Charleston to study its future

CHARLESTON, S.C. -– South Carolina's oldest city and one that has survived hurricane, earthquake and war, wants to know what its people think about the future. The city of Charleston opens a series of public hearings Tuesday on an update to the city plan called the Century 5 City Plan. Th...

09/29/09 - 8:10am

New SC scoring system aids schools

More schools in South Carolina would meet federal education goals under a scoring system given initial approval Monday by a state oversight panel.

09/29/09 - 7:31am

UGA won't appeal harassment ruling

University of Georgia officials won't fight a judge's order to remove references to a sexual harassment investigation from a former journalism school dean's personnel file.

09/29/09 - 8:44pm

Broun softens health care reform rhetoric

Congressman less harsh with liberal audience

09/29/09 - 11:47am

Wounds to inmates at jail were 'self-inflicted'

THOMSON, Ga. – Lacerations that two inmates received at the McDuffie County Law Enforcement Center on Monday were "self-inflicted," said Sheriff Logan Marshall. The sheriff identified the inmates as Terry Jones and Billy Sturkey, both of whom are being held in the county jail until they can be...

09/29/09 - 6:38am

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