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KKK denied permit for south Georgia rally

A south Georgia town has denied a Ku Klux Klan group's request to use the City Hall parking lot for a rally to raise public awareness on sex offenders, illegal immigration and prayer in school.

02/06/10 - 1:53pm

Jailers injured in fight

Three deputies were injured after a fight broke out at the Richmond County jail Friday night.

02/05/10 - 11:52pm

Bill would prohibit out-of-town businesses from posing as locals

ATLANTA - So-called phantom businesses would have more registration requirements under legislation Sen. Bill Jackson introduced today. Jackson, a Columbia County Republican, said out-of-town companies that buy listings in local phone books with local phone numbers, or even toll-free number...

02/05/10 - 7:48pm

Augusta credit union bandit sought

Richmond County authorities are looking for a man who robbed the Georgia's Own Credit Union branch on Augusta West Parkway this morning.

02/05/10 - 7:22pm

Afternoon crash near Grovetown injures 3

Three people were sent to area hospitals, none with injuries that were believed to be life-threatening, from an afternoon accident near Grovetown that briefly snarled traffic and closed one road.

02/05/10 - 5:29pm

Arrests may solve 35-year-old Augusta murder

Arrests today might solve one Augusta's coldest cases -- the 1975 slaying of a man gunned down in his front yard.

02/05/10 - 5:43pm

Battery charge sought in Augusta pregnant teacher case

A 13-year-old special needs student was charged today with aggravated battery in a Jan. 20 case in which a pregnant teacher was struck in the stomach.

02/06/10 - 12:43am

US swine flu epidemic shows signs of being over

ATLANTA -- Federal health officials reported for the fourth week in a row that no states had widespread flu activity.

02/05/10 - 4:10pm

Previous abuse suspected in Augusta infant death

Authorities believe an Augusta man charged last month with violently shaking and killing his 3-month-old son had abused the child long before his death.

02/05/10 - 4:07pm

Ex-Ga. Tech student held in sword attack

ATLANTA - A 33-year-old man who received a PhD from Georgia Tech was being held in the Fulton County Jail on charges he attacked a research fellow with a samurai sword on campus.

02/05/10 - 1:56pm
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