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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

Athens historic preservation law not saving much

ATHENS, Ga. -- A law allowing Athens-Clarke commissioners to postpone or stop the demolition of historic buildings has done little to save such buildings so far.

09/15/10 - 5:50am

Stimulus funds swell UGA's research take

 ATHENS, Ga. -- Federal stimulus money helped push University of Georgia research dollars to an all-time high in the 2010 fiscal year that ended June 30, university officials announced Tuesday

09/15/10 - 5:44am

Obama cites Georgia girl in speech

SAVANNAH, Ga. -- West Chatham Middle School seventh-grader Tamerria Robinson decided it would be fun to write President Barack Obama. On Tuesday, he talked about her.


09/15/10 - 5:41am

Georgia mystery suspects sent back to Russia

SAVANNAH, Ga. -- Three men arrested early Sept. 5 near Georgia Power's Plant McIntosh on Old Augusta Road will be leaving the country, Lawrence Greene of the FBI said Tuesday

09/15/10 - 5:30am

Athens man shot at gun range

ATHENS, Ga. -- A man who apparently shot himself this afternoon at an indoor firing range near Georgia Square Mall was alert and speaking with investigators before he was taken to the hospital, Athens-Clarke police said


09/14/10 - 9:55pm

State Bar releases judicial candidate survey

ATLANTA -- A survey of attorneys who practice alongside candidates for appellate courts shows some with more respect than others.

09/14/10 - 5:52pm

I-20 traffic back to normal

Westbound traffic is now clear after being backed up on Interstate 20 past Wheeler Road in all three lanes.

09/14/10 - 5:57pm

Trading shots on health reform

 ATLANTA -- The candidates for Georgia's attorney general used today's arguments in a federal court in Florida as the occasion for trading shots with one another over whether the state should challenge the constitutionality of federal health reform.

09/14/10 - 4:59pm
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