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SC governor suspends court clerk

ANDERSON, S.C. - South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford has suspended the Anderson County clerk of court after she was indicted on tax charges

06/03/10 - 10:44am

86-year-old WWII vet graduates from Screven High

SYLVANIA, Ga. -- Screven High Class of 2010 has an 86-year-old grad who left school long ago to fight in World War II.

06/03/10 - 6:04pm

Atlanta teen in court after toddler death

ATLANTA — A teenager charged in an accident that killed a 2-year-old in northwest Atlanta is expected to go before a judge.

06/03/10 - 10:03am

Georgia-Pacific buying Ala. pulp mills

MONROEVILLE, Ala.  — Georgia-Pacific says it has reached an agreement to acquire Alabama River and Alabama Pine pulp mills.

06/03/10 - 9:58am

Perdue to sign seat belt legislation

ATLANTA - Gov. Sonny Perdue is preparing to sign legislation requiring adults riding in pickup trucks to wear seat belts.

06/03/10 - 9:55am

Augusta roads closed next week

There will be lane closures along several major Augusta roadways next week as crews make repairs, according to a Georgia Department of Transportation press release. These include: ...

06/03/10 - 9:24am

Morning accident on Mike Padgett

Crews were working to clear Mike Padgett Highway this morning after an 18-wheeler overturned, according to Richmond County dispatch.   The accident occurred at 5:46 a.m. at the 4200 block of Mike Padgett Highway in front of International Paper....

06/03/10 - 7:54am

FBI expanding SRS forensic lab

AIKEN - The FBI is expanding its South Carolina lab used to examine radiological evidence. The U.S. Energy Department is announced an expansion at the Savannah River National Laboratory near Aiken. The lab opened in 2006. Officials say it's used in the fight against terrorism to help prepare co...

06/03/10 - 1:14pm

Paintball guns to help north Georgia town's police

The guns can be used with regular paintballs or balls containing pepper spray, Jefferson Police Chief Joe Wirthman said.

06/03/10 - 6:40am

With switch to propane, Ga. county burning up less of its budget

PENDERGRASS, Ga. -- What started as an experiment with alternative fuels for the Jackson County Sheriff's Office has turned into a nationally recognized example.


06/03/10 - 6:03am
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