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Gov. Sanford slipped out of town again

COLUMBIA — South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford is back in the office after again taking a vacation without telling Lt. Gov. Andre Bauer where he was.

06/22/10 - 3:18pm

SC State begins search for new president

COLUMBIA — South Carolina State University has begun the search for a new president, less than a week after the school's board refused to renew President George Cooper's contract.

06/22/10 - 10:55am

South Georgia prison has 200 job openings

FOLKSTON, Ga. -- A south Georgia prison will hold two job fairs to hire the 200 additional workers it will need to oversee the federal inmates it will house in the fall.

06/22/10 - 6:45am

Brunswick chief misled council in prostitute case

BRUNSWICK, Ga. -- An internal affairs investigation obtained through an open records request now shows police officer knew sex partner was prostitute.

06/22/10 - 6:40am

Sand replaces Sanford Stadium's grassy green turf

ATHENS, Ga. -- The ground in Sanford Stadium looks more like a beach than a football field this week - but by mid-July the playing surface should be back to its normal grassy green.

06/22/10 - 6:21am

Top SC teacher gets Bahamas vacation

GREENVILLE, S.C. - South Carolina's Teacher of the Year recently received a five-night Bahamas cruise and now a second lucky teacher is getting a holiday in the sun as well.

06/22/10 - 5:52am

Deer crashes through windshield, killing woman

DOUGLASVILLE, Ga. - A 62-year-old Douglas County woman died when a deer that was struck by another car crashed through her windshield, authorities say. Douglas County Coroner Randy Daniel says Virginia Solomon was killed on impact in the accident along Georgia Highway 5, where authorities have noted...

06/22/10 - 5:48am

Committee seeks water department probe

Instead of asking for a grand jury review, an Augusta subcommittee will decide how to investigate alleged mismanagement at the water plant.


06/21/10 - 6:40pm

Governor candidates discuss green issues

At least six candidates for Georgia's upcoming governor's race will gather Thursday night at Savannah Rapids Pavilion to field questions on water, energy and the environment.

06/21/10 - 5:10pm

Man charged in school shop break-in

An Augusta man was arrested late last night after authorities say he returned a second time to take items from the school system's maintenance shop.

06/21/10 - 4:23pm
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