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SC coroner calls Taser death a homicide

GREENVILLE, S.C.  — A South Carolina coroner says a man who died after he was stunned by police officer was a homicide victim.

09/15/10 - 9:23am

SC fire fatal near empty firehouse

CONWAY, S.C. — A woman has died in a fire at a home near the South Carolina coast and officials say the fire station closest to her home was empty at the time.

09/15/10 - 9:21am

Augusta-based company buys Macon Mall

MACON, Ga. - Augusta-based Hull Storey Gibson Cos. has purchased Macon Mall, and the new owner says part of the huge retail complex will soon be demolished.

09/15/10 - 8:53am

Motorcycle accident slows traffic

Emergency crews were on the scene of an early morning traffic accident involving a motorcycle at the Washington Road and Bobby Jones Expressway intersection, according to Columbia County dispatch.

09/15/10 - 8:41am

SC Air Force base warns of nighttime jet noise

SHAW AIR FORCE BASE, S.C. - Neighbors of a South Carolina Air Force base are being warned of nighttime noise as F-16 fighter pilots prepare for combat.


09/15/10 - 6:24am

DeKalb gets federal funds to fight fat

DECATUR, Ga. -- DeKalb County is getting $2.35 million in federal cash to help residents slim down.

09/15/10 - 6:21am

Ga. parents charged after 2-year-old found dead

MACON, Ga. - A Macon area couple is facing charges after authorities discovered their 2-year-old son weighed just 12 pounds, 6 ounces at his death.

09/15/10 - 6:19am

A.J. Green suspension may be lifted

ATHENS, Ga. -- Georgia coach Mark Richt expects the NCAA to hear the school's appeal of star receiver A.J. Green's four-game suspension today in a conference call.

09/15/10 - 6:16am

Georgia child molester seeks hospital release

ATHENS, Ga. -- A mentally ill Athens man who molested a 3-year-old girl more than a decade ago wants a judge to allow him to leave a state psychiatric hospital.


09/15/10 - 6:02am

Bat bites UGA student

ATHENS, Ga. -- Athens-Clarke County Animal Control officers were awaiting test results Tuesday to learn if a bat that bit a University of Georgia student two days earlier had rabies, UGA police said.

09/15/10 - 5:55am
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