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Ga. told to hand over $18 million to local governments

ATLANTA - Georgia's top lawyer says the state must hand over $18 million in disputed sales taxes to local governments.

03/10/10 - 1:52pm

Ralph Reed won't seek Congress seat

ATLANTA  - Former Christian Coalition head Ralph Reed announced today he will not run for Congress in Georgia, saying he can do more to push a conservative agenda through his work for a political startup. Reed considered seeking the Republican nomination for Georgia's 7th Congressional District...

03/10/10 - 1:28pm

Judge dismisses claims in King dispute

ATLANTA  - The heirs of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. have agreed to dismiss most of the remaining legal claims against each other months after the civil rights leader's children reached a settlement. A Fulton County judge's order today gives an interim custodian control over the King Center,...

03/10/10 - 1:20pm

Arrest in Butler student beating

Deputies made another arrest at Butler High School this morning connected to the violent attack of a 16-year-old last week.

03/10/10 - 5:59pm

Gas prices heading toward $3 a gallon, AAA says

An improving economy could mean higher gas prices -- maybe $3 a gallon this summer, AAA says.


03/10/10 - 10:37am

SC jobless rate ties record high

COLUMBIA - South Carolina's unemployment rate tied its record high in January at 12.6 percent.

03/10/10 - 9:53am

Augusta metro unemployment rate at 10 percent

The Georgia Department of Labor reported this morning that the preliminary unadjusted unemployment rate in metro Augusta rose to 10.0 percent in January.

03/10/10 - 9:29am

Hypothermia killed south Ga. teen lost in woods

DARIEN, Ga. -- A 15-year-old McIntosh County boy who was found dead Monday in a rugged state hunting area drowned as the result of hypothermia, preliminary autopsy results showed Tuesday.

03/10/10 - 6:13am

Body of missing Ga. fisherman found at lake

MACON, Ga.  - Authorities in middle Georgia have found the body of a second missing fisherman at Lake Tobesofkee after three days of searching.

03/10/10 - 6:00am

SC delays driver vision discussion

COLUMBIA - South Carolina legislators have delayed discussion of a bill doing away with a requirement for driver's license vision tests every five years.

03/10/10 - 1:39pm
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