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State budget that eliminated pay raises have spurred two lawsuits

State budget cuts that eliminated pay raises have spurred two lawsuits from employees and teachers.

07/01/10 - 7:03pm

Augusta hosts visiting executives on annual Red Carpet Tour

Visiting executives from 24 companies came to Augusta today on the Red Carpet Tour.

07/16/10 - 8:52pm

Traffic stop leads to drug arrest in North Augusta

North Augusta police on Monday arrested a Georgetown, S.C., man on a cocaine possession charge after a traffic stop.

04/08/10 - 1:37pm

12 students sustain minor injuries in South Carolina bus crash

Officials say 12 students were taken to the hospital today, but none had major injuries after a school bus collided with a car near a middle school in Union, S.C.

04/08/10 - 11:38am

Probation for woman who viewed celebrity passports

A South Carolina woman who viewed passport applications from celebrities has been sentenced to a year of probation by a federal judge.

04/08/10 - 10:51am

Man jailed on molestation charge

An Augusta man was arrested Wednesday on a charge of aggravated child molestation, Richmond County Sheriff's Office Lt. Calvin Chew said. Terrance Hunt, 24, was arrested in connection with an alleged molestation of a 4-year-old, according to Chew....

07/01/10 - 8:03pm

Construction to close canal pedestrian bridge

The pedestrian bridge and a short access road at the Augusta Canal's popular headgates area in Columbia County will be closed from Monday to Thursday, April 15 due to construction work.

04/08/10 - 10:05am

Rain, storms expected early afternoon

Get your rain gear ready: Forecasters are calling for rain and storms after 2 p.m.



04/08/10 - 1:28pm

Ex-President Carter to observe Sudan elections

Former President Jimmy Carter will be among the official observers when Sudan conducts national elections next week.

04/08/10 - 9:10am

Marines honor 88-year-old veteran, Bataan survivor

Marines from the 4th Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion are to present a letter of appreciation today to Donovan Pike, an 88-year-old South Carolinian who survived the Bataan Death March in World War II.


04/08/10 - 8:21am
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