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Columbia County wreck injures Thomson woman

A Thomson woman's condition has improved after she was airlifted to the Medical College of Georgia Hospital following an afternoon wreck.

03/04/10 - 9:00pm

Ex-Aiken prosecutor to be retried in sex case

AIKEN - Authorities said today they will retry the case of a former Aiken prosecutor accused of propositioning a teenager for sex after their first effort ended in a mistrial earlier this week.

03/04/10 - 4:23pm

Chairmen call for college brass to cut their pay

ATLANTA -- The chairmen of the House and Senate committees that will write the budget for the University System of Georgia held a brief press conference today to call for salary cuts for the highest-paid college administrators.

03/04/10 - 4:11pm

Museum may display golfer statues

Six bronze statues of golfing greats once part of the Georgia Golf Hall of Fame are expected to return to public display later this month.

03/04/10 - 6:44pm

Complaints after Tebow ad pulled

GREENVILLE, S.C. -- Clemson University President James Barker has gotten more than 40,000 e-mails protesting the NCAA's decision to remove an ad from its Web site by the group that sponsored a Super Bowl ad featuring former Heisman trophy winner Tim Tebow

03/04/10 - 11:52am

SC cop stops go-cart, arrests man on drug charges

UNION, S.C. - A go-cart wasn't much of a getaway vehicle for a South Carolina man. The Herald-Journal of Spartanburg reported that sheriff's deputies have arrested 29-year-old Edward Matthew Sweezy of Union after they stopped him last week at an intersection in Union. The deputy had he...

03/04/10 - 9:34am

Georgia State student killed in Atlanta

ATLANTA -- Atlanta police are investigating the fatal shooting of a Georgia State University student.

03/04/10 - 9:59am

Man convicted after attacking dog with hammer

ATLANTA - A man convicted of beating his dog with a sledge hammer has been found guilty of attempt to commit aggravated animal cruelty.

03/04/10 - 10:08am

Klan rally plans hit approval difficulties

AIKEN - Tim Bradly said he plans to fly the American, Confederate and KKK flags in Aiken County on April 3 with or without approval.

03/05/10 - 8:48am

SRS scientist wins award

Dr. George Wicks, respected scientist at the U.S. Department of Energy's Savannah River National Laboratory, will receive the 2010 South Carolina Governor's Award for Excellence in Scientific Research.

03/03/10 - 6:38pm
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