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Same old Talladega: crashes, anger and surprising winner

TALLADEGA, Ala. – Some things never change at the Talladega Superspeedway, no matter how many rules NASCAR makes.

11/01/09 - 8:04pm

Driver ends 86-race dry spell with win at Talladega

TALLADEGA, Ala. (AP) – Jamie McMurray has snapped an 86-race winless streak with a victory at Talladega Superspeedway. Three-time defending series champion Jimmie Johnson is being credited with an eighth-place finish – enough to likely wrap up a NASCAR record fourth consecutive title. Th...

11/01/09 - 6:17pm

Woman badly burned in fire

A woman was severely burned in a house fire Saturday afternoon on Roslyn Circle in Aiken.

11/01/09 - 5:43pm

SC concealed weapons permits nearly double all of last year's

COLUMBIA — The number of concealed weapons permits issued in South Carolina has risen sharply, law enforcement statistics indicate.

11/01/09 - 6:53pm

Motion seeks damages for raid

ATLANTA — A relative of a 92-year-old woman killed in police raid in Atlanta has asked a federal judge to sanction the city for withholding documents in a wrongful death lawsuit.

11/01/09 - 6:53pm

Athens' strategy cuts burglaries

ATHENS, Ga. – Police aren't declaring victory yet, but a steady decline in burglaries in recent months suggests they've gotten a handle on the problem in what promises to be a record-setting year for burglaries in Athens-Clarke County.

11/01/09 - 6:53pm

Korean teen earns Masters invitation

SHENZHEN, China – Han Chang-won of Korea earned a spot in the 2010 Masters Tournament with a victory in the inaugural Asian Amateur Championship in China today. Leading by two shots overnight, the 17-year-old booked a trip to Augusta National Golf Club next April by crushing the competition wi...

01/15/10 - 12:40pm

Baumann wins Augusta Half Marathon

Grad student sets course record at 1 hours, 12 minutes, 12 seconds.

11/01/09 - 9:41pm

Tennessee upsets No. 21 South Carolina

Decked out in black jerseys, Tennessee took three South Carolina fumbles and turned them into touchdowns

10/31/09 - 11:40pm

Election could determine fate of TEE center

There are two main schools of thought about changes in the modus operandi of the Augusta Commission as a result of Tuesday’s election. One is that nothing will really change. The other is that the racial balance on the 10-member board will tilt white with the election of either Matt Aitken or ...

01/27/10 - 11:44pm
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