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Fire burns nearly a dozen cars at SC church

ANDERSON, S.C.  — Authorities say a fire that burned nearly a dozen vehicles at a large South Carolina church was an accident.

07/26/10 - 7:54am

Heavy rains flood middle Ga. town

NEWNAN, Ga. — Parts of Coweta County are under a flash flood warning after a storm dumped up to 5 inches of rain in the Newnan area.

07/26/10 - 7:52am

Atlanta postal supervisor stabbed

ATLANTA  - Atlanta police say a supervisor at a bulk mail center was stabbed and a co-worker is under arrest.

07/26/10 - 8:12am

Don't believe 'speeder warning' e-mail, state patrol says

The Georgia State Patrol is warning drivers not to be fooled by a warning that troopers are increasing enforcement on metro Atlanta highways.

07/26/10 - 8:09am

N. Augusta man posted her nude photos, Athens woman says

ATHENS, Ga. -- A 19-year-old Athens woman filed charges against a 21-year-old man from North Augusta, S.C., after he posted nude pictures of her on Facebook about 11 p.m. Saturday,

07/26/10 - 5:56am

Angel Food Ministries rethinking its mission

MONROE, Ga. - Over the past few months, Angel Food Ministries has tried to get back to its roots - reshaping itself into a Christian ministry first, a discount food supplier second.

07/26/10 - 8:11am

Analysis: Disasters always happen at bad times

ATLANTA -- Thursday's hearing before a special Senate committee demonstrated why preparing for disaster never comes at a convenient time.

07/26/10 - 8:13am

Macon airport at risk of losing passenger travel

MACON, Ga. - A small airport that only has passenger flights from Macon to Atlanta may lose federal subsidies after ticket sales lagged last year.

07/26/10 - 5:16am

Pair indicted on Aflac insurance fraud

COLUMBUS, Ga. - Two people have been indicted on charges they stole nearly $1 million from insurer Aflac Inc. by filing false insurance claims from 2007 to 2009.

07/26/10 - 5:08am

Nursing home resident found safe

A man who walked off from a North Augusta nursing home today was found safe about two hours later, according to Sgt. Robert Bell of North Augusta Public Safety.

07/26/10 - 5:12am
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