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UGA athletic grad rate still lags

ATHENS, Ga. -- Graduation rates for University of Georgia athletes still lag well behind other UGA students, according to a draft report for the NCAA.


04/21/10 - 5:38am

Falcons to open 2010 season at Pittsburgh

ATLANTA - The Atlanta Falcons are opening the 2010 season at Pittsburgh.

04/20/10 - 7:42pm

1 dead, 2 injured in Athens home shooting

Athens-Clarke and Oconee County authorities have called off the search for a man suspected of shooting three people - killing one of them - at a house in Southeast Clarke County.

04/20/10 - 6:33pm

Cause of Augusta State student's death determined

Authorities have released the cause of death of an Augusta State University student whose body was found in her University Village apartment on Jan. 20. Kristen Thompson, 21, died of complications from morbid obesity, according to Richmond County Coroner Grover Tuten. The initial autopsy was in...

04/20/10 - 4:52pm

Augusta commission members to discuss fire department hiring today

A subcommittee of Augusta commissioners will meet at 4 p.m. today to discuss fire department hiring practices.


04/20/10 - 2:03pm

Democrats challenge constitutionality of bill to boost fees, hospital tax, and cut taxes

ATLANTA -- House Democrats ask Georgia's attorney general to rule on constitutionality of a bill that would impose a new tax on hospital revenues.

04/20/10 - 12:30pm

Grovetown man dies in Monday evening wreck

A Grovetown man died Monday evening in a single-vehicle wreck in Appling.

07/01/10 - 8:00pm

Slaying arrest leads to meth lab

The arrest of an Augusta man in the slaying of a pawnshop owner has led to what authorities are calling one of the largest methamphetamine labs ever discovered in Augusta.


07/01/10 - 8:00pm

Senate restores arts funding in its version of budget

Georgia's Council for the Arts gets its funding back in the Senate version of the budget, the Senate Appropriations chairman announced Tuesday.

04/20/10 - 12:36pm

No secession monument for North Charleston park

The mayor of North Charleston says he has withdrawn his offer to the Sons of Confederate Veterans to allow a monument to South Carolina secession in a city park because the proposed monument has become too controversial.

04/20/10 - 9:41am
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