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Emory forms partnership with Saudi Arabia

ATLANTA - Emory University's public health school is forming a partnership with Saudi Arabia's health ministry. The move will provide opportunities for Emory students and students studying public health in Saudi Arabia to travel overseas. It also will allow scientists in both the U.S. and Saudi...

05/25/10 - 6:26am

Ga. suspect in slayings of 8 in court

BRUNSWICK, Ga.  -  A Georgia man suspected in the beating deaths of his father and seven others in their mobile home is scared to death because he's innocent, the suspect's brother said today. Guy Heinze Jr., 22, appeared before a Superior Court judge for the first time since he was indict...

05/25/10 - 2:25pm

Update: Carjacking linked to ATM incident

Police say thieves used a vehicle stolen in a carjacking Monday to try to run over an ATM and steal the cash inside.

05/25/10 - 3:10pm

Ginger can reduce muscle pain, UGA study says

ATHENS, GA. -- A daily dose of ginger root can reduce muscle pain caused by exercise, University of Georgia researchers have found.

05/25/10 - 6:01am

Tybee police 'apologetic' for injuries incurred by Tased autistic teen

TYBEE ISLAND, Ga. -- Police Chief James Price issued a statement Monday regarding his officers' Tasing of an autistic teen on the island Friday night

05/25/10 - 5:53am

Road blocked in Warrenville

Trees are blocking the roadway on Pinelog Road near Piney Heights in Warrenville, according to Aiken County dispatch. The Department of Transportation has been sent to the scene for clean up, but drivers should use a detour.  ...

05/24/10 - 5:29pm

Citizen panel scolds Atlanta police

ATLANTA - Atlanta's police department's problems include being slow to interview witnesses and allowing officers too much freedom to work second jobs, a citizen panel said. The board, which issued the report today, was created in response to the killing in 2006 of 92-year-old Kathryn Johnston d...

05/24/10 - 2:28pm

SCE&G talks of rate hike

COLUMBIA - South Carolina regulators are hearing testimony on a request to raise power rates by 5 percent.

05/24/10 - 1:13pm

Gulf oil spill unlikely to hurt Ga. coast

Georgia's coastline unlikely to face direct impacts from the broadening Gulf oil spill, expert says.

05/24/10 - 9:29pm

Broun to hold town hall June 1

Congressman Paul Broun, whose 10th District represents a portion of the Augusta region, will hold a town hall event at 6 p.m. June 1 at the Columbia County Library's Jabez Hardin Performing Arts Center. His program, part of a national effort known as America Speaking Out, is designed to ga...

05/24/10 - 12:21pm
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