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Perdue removes Warren school board members

ATLANTA – Governor Sonny Perdue announced today that he has signed an Executive Order to remove three members of the Warren County Board of Education.

08/06/10 - 3:45pm

Thunderstorm watch until 9 p.m.

The National Weather Service in West Columbia, S.C., has issued a severe thunderstorm watch until 9 p.m., according to a news release.

08/06/10 - 2:10pm

Ga. teen accepts plea deal in striptease case

DECATUR, Ga. — DeKalb County authorities say a teenager accused of performing a striptease in a classroom has accepted a plea deal.

08/06/10 - 12:34pm

Ex-SC councilman released from federal prison

GREENVILLE, S.C. — A former county councilman has been released from federal prison after being sentenced for illegally accessing computers.

08/06/10 - 8:48am

Confederate submarine sinking still a mystery

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C.  - Ten years after the Confederate submarine H.L. Hunley was raised off the South Carolina coast, just why it sank remains shrouded in mystery.

08/06/10 - 3:21pm

Georgia 1-yr-old pours hot grease on self

GAINESVILLE, Ga.  - A 1-year-old Hall County girl suffered severe burns Thursday after authorities say she accidentally poured hot grease on herself.

08/06/10 - 6:13am

Georgia woman rescued from Oregon cliff

SEASIDE, Ore. - A 40-year-old woman caught by the tide while hiking on the Oregon coast spent hours trapped 100 feet above the Pacific before rescuers pulled her up the face of a cliff to safety.


08/06/10 - 6:15am

Ga. Tech freshman class most diverse ever

ATLANTA  - This fall's freshman class at Georgia Tech will be the most diverse in the engineering college's history.

08/06/10 - 5:52am

Savannah police mum on suspect murder details

SAVANNAH -- A man was arrested Thursday on a felony murder charge, according to the Chatham County jail log, but Savannah-Chatham police refused to identify in which murder he's a suspect.

08/06/10 - 6:26am

Ga. gay-rights groups see hope in California ruling, politicians oppose it

ATLANTA -- Gay-rights groups in Georgia see reasons for hope in the ruling of a federal judge who struck down California’s ban on same-sex marriage, but Georgia politicians vow to fight it here.

08/05/10 - 5:28pm
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