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Obama Administration: No need to close most schools if flu virus returns

Even if the novel influenza A H1N1 pandemic virus returns, there will not likely be a need to close most schools, officials with the Obama administration said this morning....

08/07/09 - 10:46am

Food bank event scheduled for Saturday

A Fill the Truck drive will be held Saturday to benefit the Golden Harvest Food Bank.

08/07/09 - 10:10am

Students Who Care Scholarship applications now available

Applications are now available for the Students Who Care Scholarship award, which will be presented by the Augusta Partnership for Children, Inc. during Children’s Week 2009.

08/07/09 - 10:09am

Clearwater bank robbed this morning

Regions Bank on Jefferson Davis Highway in Clearwater was robbed at 9:35 a.m. this morning, according to the North Augusta Department of Public Safety.

08/07/09 - 10:07am

U.S. attorney to step down

U.S. Attorney Edmund Booth Jr. announced this morning his resignation effective Sept. 3. Mr Booth, who spent 38 years with the government, said he intends to explore opportunities in the private sector. He was appointed to his current position by President Bush in 2007....

08/07/09 - 9:47am

Garrett Elementary students in new location

Garrett-Forrest Hills principal Paula Kaminski greets four-year-old pre-k student Amaya Peterson on her first day of school.

08/07/09 - 12:27pm

Inspection of foreclosed house turns up grenade

Foreclosure specialists Mike Seger and Jackie Quig never know what they'll find when they check on a house that a bank plans to put on the market.

08/07/09 - 11:08am

UGA ranked No. 13 in coaches' poll

The Georgia Bulldogs checked in at No. 13 in the USA Today coaches’ poll that was released this morning.

08/07/09 - 8:43am

Prosecution may rest on 5th day of Ga terror trial

ATLANTA - Prosecutors in the case of a 23-year-old man charged with aiding terror groups say they don't expect the trial to be wrapped up before the weekend.

08/07/09 - 7:27am

Clemson student who died had meningitis, coroner says

CLEMSON, S.C. — A Clemson University student from New Jersey who died last week had a form of meningitis. Multiple media outlets report that Pickens County Coroner Kandy Kelly said Thursday that lab tests show 20-year-old Danielle Rae Fleming had bacterial meningitis. Kelly says it will stil...

08/07/09 - 7:12am
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