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North Augusta thieves sought

NORTH AUGUSTA -- Officers continue to investigate two burglaries that occurred within about an hour of each other this morning.

05/14/10 - 3:11pm

No cheating found on CRCT

An investigation into questionable CRCT erasures at several Richmond County schools found no evidence of cheating.

 

05/14/10 - 11:26am

Carjacking, holdup in North Augusta

NORTH AUGUSTA -- Authorities are looking for two men accused of robbing and carjacking a woman about 5 a.m. today. According to an incident report, the victim was waiting for Best Friends Child Care Center on W. Clifton Avenue to open when two men, one holding a gun, walked up pu...

05/14/10 - 12:45pm

USC to pay fired developers nearly $900,000

COLUMBIA - The University of South Carolina has agreed to pay nearly $900,000 to two developers it fired because of problems with the school's research campus. The State newspaper reported USC signed an agreement Thursday to reimburse the men for their investments. The $890,000 to pay ...

05/14/10 - 8:18am

SC expanding bridge inspections

CHARLESTON, S.C. - South Carolina transportation officials are expanding bridge inspections after cracks were found in four interstate highway bridges. The Post and Courier of Charleston reported that 70 bridges have been identified for inspections. Forty-one of the bridges have been c...

05/14/10 - 8:13am

SC team seeks unique record tonight vs. Augusta

CHARLESTON, S.C. - The baseball club known for unusual promotions has a new one tonight in a game against the Augusta Greenjackets.

05/14/10 - 6:26am

Volunteers sought to find Tifton mom

TIFTON, Ga. -- Volunteers are needed Saturday to help pass out missing-person fliers as the search continues for a Tifton mother who disappeared last month.

05/14/10 - 6:14am

Jurors hear horrors of boy kept in closet

WATKINSVILLE, Ga. - Jimmy's bony back was covered in swollen, red welts as he stood facing away from the camera.

05/14/10 - 6:06am

Floyd County chief magistrate steps down

ROME, Ga. - Floyd County's chief magistrate judge is stepping down amid allegations of misconduct. Chris Mathis stepped down Thursday, months after District Attorney Leigh Patterson asked the Georgia Bureau of Investigation to investigate several allegations of misconduct. Patterson refused to ...

05/14/10 - 5:47am

Steele to address Georgia Republicans

ATLANTA - Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele will be the featured speaker at grassroots event for the Georgia GOP. Steele will address a dinner tonight for the Georgia Republican Party's 2010 Republican Round Up, which features training for Republican activists and candidates...

05/14/10 - 5:46am
 
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