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Vogtle expansion hearings set

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Atomic Safety and Licensing Board will conduct a series of hearings March 16-25 in Augusta and Waynesboro to discuss Southern Nuclear Operating Company’s application to build two new reactors at Plant Vogtle....

02/25/09 - 11:39am

Glynn superintendent used school cell phone to solicit sex

BRUNSWICK, Ga. - Fired Glynn County schools Superintendent Michael Bull used his school system BlackBerry to solicit sex over the Internet. The Georgia Times-Union newspaper, under Georgia's open records law, obtained copies Tuesday of the graphic e-mails sent after midnight Feb. 18 in chat roo...

02/25/09 - 10:42am

Augusta burn center gets patient

SAVANNAH, Ga. -- One of the two elderly residents burned during an early morning apartment fire is being flown to the Joseph M. Still Burn Center in Augusta, Savannah-Chatham Metro police said today. The identities of both women badly burned this morning after a fire broke out at the Woods of Savan...

02/25/09 - 10:35am

Arrest made in Aiken robbery

AIKEN - Aiken County investigators arrested a North Augusta man in connection with a robbery Tuesday morning outside Hootie’s Outdoors in Clearwater.

02/24/09 - 6:18pm

MCG's Rahn Arkansas job finalist

Medical College of Georgia President Daniel W. Rahn is one of four finalists to fill a similar post with the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, the University of Arkansas System announced Tuesday. Dr. Rahn said it is the first time he has been a formal candidate for another position since...

02/24/09 - 5:55pm

Teen charged in school bomb case set for May

FLORENCE, S.C. - A May trial is expected for the South Carolina teenager accused of plotting to blow up his high school.

02/24/09 - 5:47pm

Bill allows parolees searches without warrants

COLUMBIA, S.C. - A bill allowing searches without warrants for juveniles and adults on probation or parole has gained approval.

02/24/09 - 5:46pm

Braves sign Garret Anderson

KISSIMMEE, Fla. – The Atlanta Braves completed a $2.5 million, one-year contract with Garret Anderson on Tuesday after he passed a physical.

02/24/09 - 3:08pm

Former cops in deadly botched raid sentenced

ATLANTA - Three former Atlanta police officers who each pleaded guilty to a federal conspiracy charge in connection with the death of an elderly woman during a botched drug raid have been sentenced to federal prison.

02/24/09 - 5:49pm

Spike Lee encouraged to shoot film about James Brown here

Augusta-Richmond County Coliseum Authority member Johnny Hensley has sent a letter to director Spike Lee inviting him to film parts of his upcoming James Brown biopic in the late entertainer’s hometown. Mr. Hensley, chairman of the authority’s Marketing, Entertainment and Public Relations commit...

07/09/14 - 7:12pm

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