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Woman arrested after man stabbed

  A money dispute led to the stabbing of a North Augusta man early today, according to a police incident report.            Adrian Quesada, 22, and Denise Patricia Navarrete, 26, were at the home they shared on Bismark Circle ...

05/06/10 - 11:37am

Missing DeKalb boy's skull found

ATLANTA - Atlanta police have confirmed that a skull found last year was that of a DeKalb County teen missing since 2001. WAGA-TV reports that 15-year-old Alan Watson's family reported him missing in August 2001 after he disappeared on his way to the movies. The skull, which had a bullet hole, ...

05/06/10 - 10:58am

New bike trail opens at Thurmond Lake

A new segment of mountain bike trail at Thurmond Lake will be opened Saturday by the Army Corps of Engineers. The new portion of Bartram Trail, located between Petersburg Campground and Wildwood Park, added nine miles of intermediate and advanced trails and was funded with $79,800 in American Recove...

05/06/10 - 10:35am

Festival today, Saturday at Plum Branch

A two-day Freshwater Coast Festival and membership drive for the Carolina Beach Music Academy will be held today and Saturday at the Plum Branch Yacht Club on Thurmond Lake in Plum Branch, S.C. Admission is $15 and includes access both days, and membership in the academy, whose members have the oppo...

05/07/10 - 6:08am

Ga. college student fees questioned

ATLANTA - - The $239 million in mandatory student fees charged by colleges should be better managed, auditors say.

05/06/10 - 9:51am

Dearing drowning victim named

DEARING, Ga. -- A body believed to be that of an elderly man has been recovered from a pond in McDuffie County.


05/06/10 - 12:43pm

SC factory worker loses arm in accident

GREER, S.C.  - A worker at the BMW plant in South Carolina lost his arm in a construction accident and doctors hoped to reattach the limb. Multiple media outlets reported the employee had his arm severed between the elbow and wrist Wednesday morning at the plant in Greer. BMW spokesman Bob...

05/06/10 - 8:45am

Fog greets morning motorists again

For the second morning in a row, dense fog has covered the Augusta area. It should last until about 10 a.m.

05/06/10 - 8:05am

Marijuana brownies sicken Effingham County students, police say

SPRINGFIELD, Ga. -- Several Effingham County high school students were taken to an area hospital Monday after consuming brownies authorities believe were laced with marijuana. Effingham County sheriff's spokesman David Ehsanipoor said five students became ill after eating the brownies at school Mond...

05/06/10 - 6:05am

Trainees to take citizens' oath at SC Army post

FORT JACKSON, S.C. - More than 50 soldiers from 35 countries who have nearly completed basic training are to be sworn in as American citizens at a South Carolina Army post. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services spokeswoman Chris Rhatigan says 53 soldiers are taking the oath at Fort Jac...

05/06/10 - 5:39am
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