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911 call in Michael Jackson death released

A caller from Michael Jackson's home says the singer wasn't breathing or responding to efforts to revive him.

06/26/09 - 1:59pm

Police tow car, seek clues in Jackson death

Police investigating Michael Jackson's death looked into his medical treatment Friday, seeking one of his doctors and seizing a car that they said may contain drugs.

06/26/09 - 1:22pm

Best of Michael Jackson Video

Watch some of your favorite Michael Jackson videos.

06/26/09 - 1:05pm

Sports: Spurrier could get bonus

COLUMBIA – South Carolina athletic director Eric Hyman has received a five-year contract extension. The university’s board of trustees Friday also approved an amendment that would allow football coach Steve Spurrier to earn up to an additional $100,000 if his players reach certain academi...

06/26/09 - 12:42pm

Two more H1N1 flu cases reported at Fort Gordon

There are two more confirmed case of the novel influenza A H1N1 virus at Fort Gordon, the post reported this afternoon. A 22-year-old family member of a service member and a 15-year-old family member of a service member were infected with the virus. The patients are not related and the cases are no...

06/26/09 - 3:24pm

Break-in, damage reported at Housing Authority property

Investigators are looking for two men who broke into an Augusta Housing Authority property on Peters Road Wednesday and caused thousands of dollars worth of damage to vehicles parked there. The men entered the fenced in area and broke windows out of six Ford trucks parked on the property, according...

06/26/09 - 11:20am

Michigan bank bandit suspect arrested in Augusta

A Michigan man was arrested Thursday in Richmond County on charges that he robbed two banks in his home state. Oscar Augustus Williams, 38, is accused of committing the robberies near Saginaw, Mich., according to Richmond County Sheriff’s Investigator James Kelly. Deputies made the arrest at ...

06/26/09 - 11:11am

Eisenhower selected for World Golf Hall of Fame

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. – Former president Dwight D. Eisenhower, whose passion for golf helped to boost its popularity after World War II, was selected Friday to be inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame. He will be the first U.S. president in the Hall of Fame when he is inducted posthumously N...

01/15/10 - 11:30am

Police seek North Augusta bandits

AIKEN -- Aiken County authorities are investigating an armed robbery of a North Augusta gas station that occurred last night. Police say that about 10:30 p.m. two men entered the Kangaroo Express at 349 Edgefield Road, one pointing a gun at the cashier and demanding money. The cashier gave the pers...

06/26/09 - 11:44am

Death of Michael Jackson prompting run on music stores

Many shops in Augusta sold out last night.

06/26/09 - 9:51am

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