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Georgia might change sewage spill notification

A cost-cutting proposal by Georgia’s Environmental Protection Division could eliminate a requirement that the public be notified of “non-major” sewage spills from municipal wastewater programs.

09/10/10 - 12:24pm

Blasting heard in Columbia County

Hereford Farm Road residents might have heard or felt several large blasts or rumbles this morning between 9:30 and 9:45, Columbia County emergency officials say.

09/10/10 - 12:02pm

2 plead guilty in fatal SC home invasion

AIKEN — Two men charged in a home invasion that killed a South Carolina man last year have pleaded guilty.

09/10/10 - 10:45am

Georgia man shoots friend with arrows, police say

 An Ohio man shot three times with arrows from a hunting bow said he urged his Georgia attacker to call 911 and then played dead to get the man to stop shooting.

09/10/10 - 10:49am

Judge rules against military gay policy

RIVERSIDE, Calif. - A federal judge on Thursday declared the U.S. military's ban on openly gay service members unconstitutional and said she will issue an order to stop the government from enforcing the "don't ask, don't tell" policy nationwide

09/10/10 - 5:26am

Anderson wins N. Augusta business honor

Sammy Anderson, of Chem-Dry of CSRA, received the Small Business Person of the Year award Thursday at the Greater North Augusta Chamber of Commerce Business Expo.

09/10/10 - 5:15am

Ga. roadcheck blitz yields 135 citations in 2 hours

DUBLIN, Ga. - Police say a blitz targeting drunken drivers in Dublin and surrounding Laurens County resulted in dozens of traffic tickets, but few citations for DUI.

09/10/10 - 5:12am

Plan to burn Qurans canceled

GAINESVILLE, Fla. - The leader of a small Florida church that espouses anti-Islam philosophy says he is canceling plans to burn copies of the Quran on Sept. 11.

09/09/10 - 6:15pm

Clinton campaigns for Ga. candidate

ATLANTA — Former President Bill Clinton is bringing his star power to Atlanta in hopes of bringing out wallets for U.S. Senate candidate Mike Thurmond.

09/09/10 - 5:49pm

Ga. teen charged with making threats on Facebook

DALLAS, Ga. — A Paulding County high school student has been arrested on charges he made threats on Facebook.

09/09/10 - 2:02pm
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