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I-20 accident slows Aiken motorists

An unidentified man tries to clean up debris this morning following an accident on Interstate 20 in Aiken County. The accident took place about 11 a.m.  The South Carolina Highway Patrol said there were four injuries and the victims were taken to Medical College of Georgia Hopsital. The accident slowed mid-day traffic near Mile Marker 4.

07/17/10 - 4:47pm

Paraplegic man dies in Atlanta accident

A paraplegic man died after losing control of his specially adapted minivan on an Interstate 75 ramp in Atlanta.

07/17/10 - 1:36pm

Medical condition likely cause of man's death

A man who was involved in an accident at the intersection of Doug Barnard Parkway and Mike Padgett Highway on Friday likely died of a medical condition, rather than injuries from the accident, the Richmond County Coroner's Office said today.

07/17/10 - 8:45pm

Two die, three injured in Georgia fire

ATLANTA - A 33-year-old woman and her 9-7ear-old niece died in an early-morning house fire today in Jackson County.

07/17/10 - 1:43pm

What Uga gets before he flies

WASHINGTON - The University of Georgia's bulldog mascot, Uga, gets a special medical procedure to help him fly safely. But many other short-snouted dogs do not.

07/22/10 - 11:04pm

Revisiting St. Andrews

With The Open Championship celebrating 150 years this week, it seems appropriate to revisit a story that ran before the last British Open played at the Old Course.

07/18/10 - 12:36am

SC university investigates misuse of funds

ROCK HILL, S.C.— Officials at a South Carolina university are investigating whether two former employees misused about $220,000 in school funds.

07/16/10 - 10:21am

Traffic cleared on I-20

Eastbound Interstate-20 traffic has cleared this morning, after earlier delays.

07/16/10 - 11:13am

Ga. 12-year-old pleads guilty to holdup

SAVANNAH -- A 12-year-old boy Wednesday pleaded guilty to an armed robbery charge in the June 30 holdup of a Papa John's Pizza delivery man.

07/16/10 - 9:43am

Feds sue ex-attorney Benjamin Eichholz

SAVANNAH -- The U.S. Labor Department has sued The Eichholz Law Firm and its former CEO, ex-lawyer Benjamin Eichholz, to recover assets from two mishandled employee benefit funds.


07/16/10 - 5:58am
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