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Final tally: 49 want Richmond superintendent job

Final information on candidates for the next Richmond County school superintendent was released today. All total, 49 applications were received.

06/04/10 - 6:14pm

Barrow visits Augusta Tech

Congressman John Barrow visits Augusta Tech this morning, reviews nuclear curriculum.

08/29/11 - 9:22pm

No proof of affair, Haley says

COLUMBIA — A candidate trying to become South Carolina's first woman governor says she would resign if anyone proved she had an extramarital affair.

06/04/10 - 3:19pm

Pastor visiting Augusta robbed

A Fort Valley, Ga., pastor was robbed Wednesday after giving four women a ride to the 1700 block of Meadow Street, according to an incident report. Oscar Lee Smith Jr., 65, told officers that when he reached Meadow Street several male suspects approached the vehicle. One suspect entered the backseat...

06/04/10 - 11:30am

More than 20 guns in SC suspect's home

COLUMBIA -  Investigators found more than 20 guns in the home of a white man accused of shooting and killing a black man and then dragging his body 10 miles down.

06/04/10 - 11:27am

Columbia County begins advance voting

Columbia County advance voting for the July 20 general primary election begins next week.

06/04/10 - 11:19am

Legal staff error could cost Georgia

ATLANTA - - An error by Attorney General Thurbert Baker's staff could increase appeals filed by convicted felons.

06/04/10 - 11:12am

McDonald's pulls 12M cadmium-tainted Shrek glasses

LOS ANGELES - Cadmium has been discovered in the painted design on "Shrek"-themed drinking glasses at McDonald's, forcing a recall.

06/04/10 - 10:55am

Driver sought in April SC fatality

The South Carolina Highway Patrol is asking for assistance in locating the suspected driver of a vehicle involved in a fatal hit and run on April 8.

06/04/10 - 10:12am

Judge orders new trial in SC hospital fraud case

COLUMBIA - A federal judge has ordered a new trial on allegations a South Carolina hospital boosted profits by submitting hundreds of millions of dollars in fraudulent Medicare claims. The Item of Sumter reported that U.S. District Judge Matthew Perry ruled Thursday that he was wrong to have exclude...

06/04/10 - 9:19am
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