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Ga. church fire called arson

MORROW, Ga. - Georgia fire officials say a blaze that destroyed a Clayton County church was caused by arson, and a $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest.

11/18/09 - 8:36am

Ethics Commission to weigh Sanford investigation

COLUMBIA, S.C. - The State Ethics Commission will decide whether a three-month investigation provides enough evidence that Gov. Mark Sanford broke state laws.

11/18/09 - 8:34am

Sheriff says narcotic officers had been watching man for a month

Authorities have released the name of a man who was fatally shot by Richmond County deputies Tuesday night.

11/18/09 - 9:34pm

Man shot to death by police

A man who tried to hit officers with his vehicle was shot to death by deputies Tuesday night.

11/18/09 - 12:40am

Terriers win by three

ATHENS, Ga. – Cameron Rundles made both ends of a 1-and-1 with 3.1 seconds remaining to give Wofford a 60-57 victory over Georgia tonight. A desperation 3-pointer at the buzzer by Georgia's Trey Thompkins near the Bulldogs bench was no good, as the Terriers posted their first victory over ...

11/17/09 - 10:37pm

Guitar Pull draws another crowd

More than 3,000 country music fans descended this evening on the University of South Carolina Aiken’s Convocation Center to enjoy the 11th annual WKXC-FM Guitar Pull benefiting area charities.

01/07/10 - 3:25pm

New sheriff's vehicles approved

AIKEN - Aiken County Council members voted in tonight's meeting to put new sheriff's vehicles on the road and increase holiday bonuses for Aiken County employees.

01/20/10 - 10:53pm

Board approves 'saggy pants' ban

Richmond County school board members tightened the belt tonight on those who have been wearing so-called “saggy pants” to after-school events such as football games.

11/17/09 - 10:34pm

Regents give initial approval to MCG energy plant expansion

ATLANTA — A $2.5 million expansion and upgrade of the energy plant at the Medical College of Georgia won initial approval Tuesday from the University System of Georgia's Board of Regents. The regents' Committee on Real Estate and Facilities gave its OK and recommended the full board ap...

11/17/09 - 8:08pm

Cagle estimates health care reform will cost state billions

ATLANTA — The state of Georgia would have to come up with $2.4 billion in new spending over the next five years if the U.S. House version of health reform becomes law, according to an estimate by the Georgia Department of Community Health. The figure surfaced in a letter Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle w...

11/17/09 - 7:58pm
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