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Ga. attorney general plans Augusta visit

Georgia's attorney general will visit Augusta next week to discuss youth violence intervention.

03/15/10 - 10:39am

Ga. court reinstates 'pantyhose' rapist conviction

ATLANTA - Georgia's top court has reinstated rape convictions of a man accused of making women don pantyhose with a hole and then raping them. The court's unanimous ruling today reverses a decision by the Georgia Court of Appeals that had thrown out the convictions against Ali Nejad, who author...

03/15/10 - 10:33am

Richmond schools have new grad test plan

Richmond County school officials have announced a new schedule for administering the Georgia High School Graduation Test this year. The schedule is as follows: Monday, March 22 for language arts, Tuesday, March 23 for mathematics, Wednesday, March 24 for science, and Thursday, March 25 for social st...

03/15/10 - 10:13am

Two student groups send differing messages

ATLANTA -- State officials had a choice of messages Monday from 2 student groups at the Capitol.

03/16/10 - 5:30am

Atlanta air traffic slowdown to extend to 2014

  ATLANTA - A traffic slowdown at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport could last for four more years. Passenger counts at Atlanta's airport have declined since reaching a peak of 90.6 million people in 2008. Forecasts show the slide continuing through 2014, when 91 million people are ...

03/15/10 - 9:17am

Ga. court upholds key medical malpractice changes

ATLANTA - A sharply divided Georgia Supreme Court has upheld two changes of medical malpractice rules.

03/16/10 - 5:25am

Augusta road closures announced

The Richmond County Engineering Department has announced several closures for Augusta roads today.

03/16/10 - 5:43am

'Mission: Impossible' star Peter Graves dies

LOS ANGELES - Peter Graves, whose calm and intelligent demeanor was a good fit for the intrigue of Mission Impossible, has died.

03/15/10 - 6:46am

Macon's Cherry Blossom Festival missing blossoms

MACON, Ga.- Something's going to be missing from Macon's annual Cherry Blossom Festival when it begins later this week. Namely, cherry blossoms. Officials say there probably won't be any cherry blossoms visible for the festival when it starts Friday because of the unusually cold temperatures th...

03/15/10 - 5:39am

Witnesses sought to Aiken shooting

Investigators seek witnesses to shooting in Aiken early Monday.

03/18/10 - 4:48pm
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