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Coroner rules fogging bug spray killed SC boy

ANDERSON, S.C. - Authorities say a 10-month-old South Carolina boy died because of his exposure to fogging bug spray.

12/11/09 - 7:25am

Shootout at Cobb home leaves 1 dead, 2 injured

MARIETTA, Ga. - Police say a shootout in Cobb County has left one person dead and two more injured.

12/11/09 - 7:16am

SC Gov. Sanford wants to reconcile with first lady

South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford said Thursday he still wants to reconcile with the first lady even though Jenny Sanford has made clear she won't be standing by his side in the wake of his affair.

12/10/09 - 9:04pm

Bulldog wins Ray Guy Award

Georgia's Drew Butler won the Ray Guy Award as the nation's best punter. Butler accepted the honor at the annual college football awards at Disney World tonight.

12/10/09 - 10:15pm

Middle school student attempts suicide during class

GRANITEVILLE – A Leavelle McCampbell Middle School student tried to commit suicide in a classroom Wednesday by overdosing on prescription drugs. An art teacher at the middle school on Canal Street said the 14-year-old took close to 50 pills during class around 8:15 a.m. in an attempt to kill h...

12/10/09 - 4:42pm

Authorities looking for North Augusta teen in murder last month

Authorities believe a North Augusta teen may have played a role in the murder of an Aiken man last month. Aiken County Sheriff’s Office holds a warrant for David Lee Johnson, 16, of the 1900 block of Seaborn Drive, for accessory after the fact of murder, Aiken County Sheriff’s Sgt. Dave M...

12/10/09 - 3:51pm

Fake money stolen from Chronicle display

Fake money was stolen from a display at an office at The Augusta Chronicle during a burglary Wednesday night. The thief, or thieves, used a brick to break into the Broad Street office and ripped fake $100, $50 and $20 bills from the display, according to a Richmond County Sheriff's report....

12/10/09 - 2:56pm

CDC: Nearly 50 million Americans infected with H1N1 virus

Nearly 50 million people have been infected with the novel influenza A H1N1 virus as of last month and nearly 10,000 have died, including 1,100 children, the director of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention said today. The new estimates run from April, when the new virus first emerged, thr...

12/10/09 - 2:42pm

7 arrested in Harlem meth bust

Seven people were arrested Wednesday after police searched a Harlem-area home and found a methamphetamine lab. After a month-long investigation, Columbia County Sheriff’s Office narcotics investigators searched a home on the 3800 block of Gordon Highway at about 5 p.m. The people involved were...

12/10/09 - 2:59pm

Braves near deal to send Soriano to TB

INDIANAPOLIS - A person familiar with the deal says the Atlanta Braves are close to trading reliever Rafael Soriano to the Tampa Bay Rays for pitcher Jesse Chavez.

12/10/09 - 12:16pm
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