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No secession monument for North Charleston park

The mayor of North Charleston says he has withdrawn his offer to the Sons of Confederate Veterans to allow a monument to South Carolina secession in a city park because the proposed monument has become too controversial.

04/20/10 - 9:41am

Georgia Tech student robbed on campus

Georgia Tech police sent an e-mail alert to students and staff today saying a student was robbed around midnight as she walked from the library to her car.

07/01/10 - 8:01pm

SC church seeks to overturn judge ruling

GREENVILLE, S.C.   - A South Carolina church has asked an appeals court to overturn a judge's order on the board of trustees of Erskine College. The Greenville News reported today the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church has asked the Court of Appeals to overturn an or...

04/20/10 - 8:13am

SC church seeks to overturn judge ruling

GREENVILLE, S.C.   - A South Carolina church has asked an appeals court to overturn a judge's order on the board of trustees of Erskine College. The Greenville News reported today the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church has asked the Court of Appeals to overturn an or...

04/20/10 - 8:12am

Coca-Cola profits rise in first quarter

ATLANTA  - Coca-Cola says its first-quarter profit climbed 19 percent as the world's largest drink maker saw rapid growth overseas. That offset persistent weakness in the U.S. as shoppers bought less soda. The results were weaker than analyst expectations. The company says its earnings rose to ...

04/20/10 - 8:09am

Delta reports $256 million first-quarter loss

ATLANTA - Heavy winter storms hurt Delta Air Lines' results as the world's largest carrier says it lost $256 million in the first quarter. The red ink was still far less than a year earlier, thanks to rising demand for air travel, and the company predicts a profit for the current quarter. The loss f...

04/20/10 - 8:05am

Delta reports $256 million first-quarter loss

ATLANTA - Heavy winter storms hurt Delta Air Lines' results as the world's largest carrier says it lost $256 million in the first quarter. The red ink was still far less than a year earlier, thanks to rising demand for air travel, and the company predicts a profit for the current quarter. The loss f...

04/20/10 - 8:05am

Miss. teen dies at Augusta burn center

A Mississippi teen has died  at the Joseph M. Still Burn Center in Augusta for injuries he suffered in a bonfire accident. Dyland Kornegay, 19, passed away at the center April 11, according to a report in The Rankin Ledger newspaper. The teen was from Brandon, Miss., which is...

04/20/10 - 7:53am

Thomson check fraud linked to other crimes

 THOMSON, Ga. -- Several suspects, including one arrested in Thomson last week, are believed connected to a criminal ring that has ripped-off area banks of several thousand dollars in a phony check scam, local authorities say. The man taken into custody by local authorities was identified ...

04/20/10 - 7:43am

SC adult sisters killed

SALEM, S.C. - A South Carolina coroner says two sisters have been found dead and a man was wounded in a series of shootings. Oconee County Coroner Karl Addis said a 62-year-old woman and her 66-year-old sister were found as deputies investigated reports of gunshots Monday evening. The names of ...

04/20/10 - 7:33am
 
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