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Judge orders psychiatric exam for fake soldier

A judge ordered a battery of psychiatric tests for an ex-national guardsman charged with impersonating a U.S. Army soldier at Fort Gordon after he convinced military officials to hand him high-tech equipment.

07/01/10 - 7:42pm

Sarah Palin to visit Georgia

DULUTH, Ga.  - Former Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin is paying a visit to Georgia tonight to help raise money for a ministry serving those with special needs.

06/29/10 - 5:32am

SC legislators return to deal with vetoes

COLUMBIA  - South Carolina legislators are returning to the Statehouse today to wrap up work on the state budget and deal with Gov. Mark Sanford's remaining vetoes.

06/29/10 - 5:26am

City Commission meeting changed

Several Augusta Commissioners and Mayor Deke Copenhaver enjoyed a weekend of training, social events and entertainment at Georgia Municipal Association's annual convention in Savannah.

07/01/10 - 6:52pm

Land buys help Barnes amass wealth

MABLETON, Ga. — Roy Barnes likes land, and he's been on a real estate buying spree since being ousted from the governor's mansion in 2002.

07/10/10 - 1:30am

Aiken students on display

AIKEN -- Aiken County schools will showcase student creativity tonight and Tuesday as the summer GATEWAY program wraps.

06/28/10 - 1:22pm

Aiken city panel returns to tax talk

AIKEN -- Aiken City Council members will go back to the drawing board to discuss its 1-cent capital sales tax III allocations tonight.

06/28/10 - 1:08pm

Ebay's StubHub adds Georgia to ticket roster

SAN FRANCISCO  — Online ticket marketplace StubHub, which is owned by Web retailer Ebay Inc., has added University of Georgia to its partnership roster.

07/22/10 - 11:09pm

Top Ga. court allows capital case to go forward

ATLANTA  — A divided Georgia Supreme Court issued new orders Monday for how judges should assess speedy trial complaints.

07/01/10 - 7:43pm

Judicial candidates begin qualifying for election

ATLANTA -- Supreme Court Justice David Nahmias was among the first judicial candidates to qualify this morning for the non-partisan elections on November's ballot.

07/10/10 - 1:31am
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