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UGA to tone down tailgate parties

ATHENS, Ga. -- UGA officials unveil new rules today designed to tone down tailgating parties and trash that follows.

03/18/10 - 2:16pm

319th Reserve unit returns to Iraq

The 319th Transportation Company is going back to Iraq, for the first time as a company since during the 2003 invasion.

03/18/10 - 1:27pm

Money owed; dog named Cash taken

A dog named Cash was taken Wednesday because of an argument over money. According to a Richmond County sheriff's report, witnesses said they saw a man take a neighborhood German shepherd mix - named Cash - from a Glynn Arven Court home about 6:45 p.m. As the man was driving ...

03/26/10 - 11:08am

Pupil punished for threatening teacher

  A Hephzibah Middle School student has been found guilty in a tribunal of writing a note threatening to harm a teacher. According to school reports released this week for tribunals held Feb. 26, the student passed the note around a classroom on Feb. 11. The student later apologized, was remors...

03/18/10 - 12:28pm

Students punished after sex on bus

Two Richmond County students have gone before a school system tribunal after authorities say they had oral sex while on a school bus on the campus of Josey High. School system reports released this week for tribunals held on Feb. 26 stated that on Feb. 9 a Davidson Fine Arts School student performed...

04/05/10 - 2:54pm

Man hit by train on tracks near Bath

AIKEN - A man is in serious condition at the Medical College of Georgia Hospital and Clinics after being hit by a train in Bath this morning.

03/18/10 - 12:21pm

Two arrested after wreck, theft

A traffic accident led to the arrest of two men Wednesday after police say they assaulted a man and stole his necklace. Michael Antonio Trim, 17, and Robert Anthony Jackson, 19, both of 2290 Basswood Drive in Hephzibah, are charged with robbery by force, according to a Richmond County sheriff's repo...

03/18/10 - 4:50pm

Student protest organizers meet legislators

ATLANTA -- Seven of the organizers of Monday's student protest against possible cuts to higher-education spending met this morning with Democratic legislators.

03/18/10 - 11:39am

Vogtle still reviewing federal loan offer

Southern Company and subsidiary Georgia Power say they're still reviewing the Obama loan offer.

03/18/10 - 12:59pm

Carter criticizes Mideast effort

ATLANTA- Former President Jimmy Carter says the latest plan for shuttle diplomacy between Israel and Palestine is a "feeble effort".

03/18/10 - 10:19am
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