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South Carolina man gets life sentence for gang fantasy killing

A 20-year-old South Carolina man has been sentenced to life in prison for killing a teen in what a prosecutor said was part of his fantasy of being a gangster.



04/08/10 - 8:04am

Standoff in Midtown Atlanta ends with suspect dead

Atlanta police say a man involved in a standoff with officers is dead.


04/08/10 - 9:51am

Golf traffic update: Avoid Wheeler Road

At 8:43 a.m., most routes in to the Augusta National are congested.

04/08/10 - 8:48am

New warning signs planned for Savannah fountain

Children have been wading, splashing and playing in the area surrounding the fountains at Savannah's Forsyth Park, and city officials are trying to keep them out.

04/07/10 - 12:19pm

New Augusta hotel opens in time for Masters Week

Comfort Inn and Suites sees some bookings from golf tournament despite opening Saturday.

04/07/10 - 12:25pm

Local tee times tough to find

Killing time with a round of golf of your own on Thursday and Friday may be tough. The best bet to finding an open tee time is at Bartram Trail in Evans and Gordon Lakes at Fort Gordon.

04/07/10 - 6:30pm

Three volunteer firefighters charged with arson

COWPENS, S.C. - Three volunteer firefighters have been charged with setting a mobile home on fire last month. Spartanburg County deputies told the Herald-Journal of Spartanburg that 21-year-old William Dustin Crisp and two 16-year-olds were arrested late Monday on second-degree arson charges. The me...

04/07/10 - 5:14pm

Augusta woman charged with cruelty to children

An Augusta woman was arrrested and charged with cruelty to children in the first degree on Tuesday, according to the Richmond County Sheriff's Office.



07/01/10 - 8:03pm

Spartanburg authorities seek man in mother-in-law's killing

Authorities in Spartanburg, S.C., say they are still looking for a man who allegedly killed his mother-in-law and kidnapped his wife on Tuesday from the parking lot of an eye care center.

04/07/10 - 9:39am

Historic Atlanta church to open financial resource center

ATLANTA - Mayor Kasim Reed, Ambassador Andrew Young and Martin Luther King III will help break ground today on a new center for financial literacy and economic empowerment at Ebenezer Baptist Church. The center will be part of Operation HOPE, a Los Angeles based non-profit organization that has help...

04/07/10 - 10:57am
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