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Privatize Medicaid, Graham says

COLUMBIA — Medicare recipients should cover more of their costs and Medicaid should be replaced with private care plans, U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham said during a town hall meeting today.

09/13/09 - 8:15pm

Golf course fairway damaged

Someone drove a vehicle onto an Augusta golf course, causing more than $500 in damage.

09/13/09 - 7:01pm

Men say vehicle was fired upon

Two Augusta men told police shots were fired at their vehicle about 10:30 p.m. Saturday on Boykin Road.

09/13/09 - 6:19pm

Tiger coasts to a runaway victory

LEMONT, Ill. -- Tiger Woods has won the BMW Championship for his sixth victory of the year, assuring himself the No. 1 ranking going into the final tournament of the FedEx Cup.

09/13/09 - 5:24pm

Falcons beat Dolphins in season opener

ATLANTA — Tony Gonzalez hauled in a touchdown pass and became the 21st player in NFL history with 11,000 yards receiving, while Mike Peterson forced a fumble with a vicious hit and picked off a pass, leading the Atlanta Falcons past the mistake-prone Miami Dolphins 19-7 on Sunday....

09/13/09 - 3:13pm

Wilson won't apologize twice

WASHINGTON — One apology is enough, U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson said today, challenging Democratic leaders who want him to say on the House floor that he's sorry for yelling "You lie!" during President Obama's health care speech to Congress.

09/13/09 - 6:35pm

Officer shoots teen outside motel

COLLEGE PARK, Ga. — An off-duty College Park police officer shot and wounded a teen suspected of armed robbery outside a suburban Atlanta motel today.

09/13/09 - 1:48pm

Grovetown woman wins pageant

Harriett Leverrett of Grovetown was selected Ms. Senior Georgia-Carolina at the 13th annual pageant Saturday night.

01/19/10 - 9:45pm

Woman assaulted in her yard

ATHENS, Ga. - A UPS delivery man intervened in a violent sexual assault Friday and saved a woman from an attack that she feared would become rape, according to an Athens-Clarke police report.

09/13/09 - 9:26am

UGA gets a D on green effort

ATHENS, Ga. - The University of Georgia does not get good grades in national rankings for environmental friendliness - but the campus is making progress, and a new $6 million federal stimulus grant for energy efficiency will help, campus officials say.

09/13/09 - 9:19am

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