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Tourist out Masters badge money

 A man told police he purchased two Masters badges off eBay but when he tried to claim his tickets the seller did not appear. The 51-year-old man from Collingswood, N.J., said he bought them for $1,000 from a company called Ticket Stock LLC, according to a Richmond County Sheriff's report. The ...

04/12/10 - 11:44am

Gordon Highway cleanup planned May 1

The Gordon Highway Development Committee will hold a cleanup and beautification project beginning at 6:30 a.m. Saturday, May 1. Volunteers and organizers will meet at Southgate Shopping Center, where coffee and donuts will be provided by Krispy Kreme. Everyone will be organized in groups and assigne...

04/12/10 - 9:58am

Shaw Air Base pilots train in late night flights

SHAW AIR FORCE BASE, S.C. - Pilots from Shaw Air Force Base are beginning several weeks of nighttime training over central South Carolina.

04/12/10 - 5:17am

No repeat of Saturday traffic jam

After some patrons spent more than two hours backed up in traffic Saturday night, things went a little smoother after today's final round of the Masters Tournament.

05/28/10 - 9:49pm

Bigger house, bigger bills, higher taxes

Story of Myrtle Beach family's home makeover to air tonight.


04/11/10 - 4:03pm

Traffic snarled at Augusta National

Traffic is snarled worse than usual on Washington Road right now because Tiger Woods was one of the last to play this evening, said sheriff's Lt. Scott Gay. Everyone stayed to watch him, so the usual trickle of traffic at the end of the day turned into a flood, Gay said. It is flowing, however, and ...

04/10/10 - 8:19pm

Death of man, 39, being treated as suspicious

The body of a Malcolm Moore, 39, was found on Travis Road, off Windsor Spring Road, this afternoon.

04/11/10 - 5:26pm

Bodies of four coal miners found

The bodies of four miners who had been unaccounted for after a West Virginia mine explosion were found early today.

04/10/10 - 12:51pm

Hero in shoe-bomber incident becomes citizen

ATLANTA - Kwame James helped subdue would-be shoe bomber Richard Reid on a trans-Atlantic flight nearly 10 years ago. On Thursday, after going through years of red tape, James, who was born in Canada and grew up in Trinidad, became a U.S. citizen. The 6-foot-8 James was napping on a flight from Pari...

04/10/10 - 12:12pm

DOE to appeal NRC's Yucca decision

The Department of Energy plans to appeal an order by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission that would delay the Obama administration's plans to discontinue funding for a nuclear waste repository in Nevada.

10/17/10 - 10:34pm
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