Latest News

  • Syndicate content

Man charged with public indecency

Police charged a man with public indecency early today after he reportedly dropped his pants downtown.

08/17/09 - 8:48am

Many weigh in on golf statues

The statues of six prominent golfers have been in storage for more than a year. Their future remains undetermined. Where should the statues ultimately go? Here's what some people say: - "I would like to see them displayed locally. If at all possible, I'd like to see them on permanent disp...

01/27/10 - 10:41pm

Man dies from weekend wounds

The Richmond County Sheriff's Office is investigating a shooting that took place during the weekend in Hephzibah.

08/17/09 - 4:16pm

Fed extends consumer lending program

WASHINGTON -– The Federal Reserve is extending a program intended to spur lending to consumers and small businesses at lower rates, but will not expand the types of loans made.

08/17/09 - 11:05am

Vehicle accidents kill 2 men

Accidents involving an all-terrain vehicle and a parked car claimed two lives during the weekend in the two-state area, and a woman was injured after falling 30 feet from a hiking trail. A 26-year-old South Carolina man died after crashing his all-terrain vehicle into a tree. The Sun News of Myrtl...

08/17/09 - 11:06am

Army breaking ground on Shaw AFB

SHAW AIR FORCE BASE, S.C. -– The Army and the Air Force are coming together to celebrate the beginning of a new headquarters for units in charge of American ground forces in the Mideast. Groundbreaking for a new 3rd Army headquarters will take place 10 this morning at Shaw Air Force Base in ce...

08/17/09 - 11:05am

Tropical storm hits Florida Panhandle

PENSACOLA BEACH, Fla. -— Tropical Storm Claudette made landfall on the Florida Panhandle near Fort Walton Beach early today while Hurricane Bill became the first hurricane of the 2009 Atlantic season.

08/17/09 - 11:06am

Dogs killed, mutilated elderly couple found near Athens

LEXINGTON, Ga. - A 65-year-old woman who was found dead with her husband Saturday morning was attacked by dogs, Oglethorpe County Coroner James Mathews said this afternoon.

08/17/09 - 8:43pm

UGA returns to classes today

ATHENS, Ga. -- University of Georgia students will see larger classes, fewer course sections and more courses taught by temporary instructors this fall. But UGA officials say most students will not be affected much by those and other changes forced by budget cuts. Today is the first day of classes...

08/17/09 - 5:00am

Aiken school traffic may have delays; morning was smooth

A foggy Monday greets youngsters returning for the first day of the 2009-10 school year.

08/17/09 - 2:16pm
Search Augusta jobs