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SC colleges have highest tuition in South

CHARLESTON, S.C. - An education group says South Carolina's public colleges charge the highest tuition among 16 Southern states

08/08/10 - 7:20pm

Hopeful signs for SC sea turtles amid longterm decline

COLUMBIA -- The number of sea turtle nests for this year are showing positive signs, but the long-term trend points downward."It would appear we are on track to best the 10-year average," said Brett Witt, spokesman for the S.C. Department of Natural Resources.He pointed to the year's preliminary sta...

08/08/10 - 8:11am

Analysis: Deal vs. Handel more ballgame than horse race

Karen Handel has the statistical upper hand to runner up Nathan Deal in the July 20 vote. Since then, events have clouded the issue.

08/08/10 - 7:40am

Bulldog freshman back on team

ATHENS, Ga. -- Dexter Morant's departure from Georgia lasted all of four days

08/07/10 - 11:16pm

Perdue neutral in GOP race

PERRY, Ga. — Gov. Sonny Perdue says staying neutral in the brutal Republican race to succeed him may allow him to play peacemaker following Tuesday's runoff.

08/07/10 - 10:26pm

Athens area man sets self on fire after girlfriend fight

ATHENS — A Jackson County man hospitalized after he set himself on fire will face domestic violence charges when he recovers from his injuries.

08/07/10 - 12:14pm

Missing copter found crashed

 

BLAIRSVILLE - The Civil Air Patrol said a helicopter on a trip from Florida missing since Monday was discovered crashed in North Georgia mountains and two people aboard have died.

08/07/10 - 12:00pm

Atlanta man charged with pot in court

ATLANTA - An Atlanta man was arrested after authorities say they found 19 bags of marijuana in his pockets at the Fulton County Courthouse.

08/07/10 - 11:58am

Husband saves wife, wife saves husband

COLUMBUS, Ga. — A husband and wife are even now that both of them have rescued each other.

08/07/10 - 11:54am

Early voting light in Richmond County

Early voting for Tuesday’s runoff election has been “extremely light,” said Board of Elections Executive Director Lynn Baile

08/07/10 - 11:50am
 
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