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Atlanta flooding could lead to termite damage, officials warns

Conditions right for termite surge, ag chief says

10/02/09 - 11:27am

Officials: Missing SC nuclear pellets not risky

COLUMBIA — Federal investigators say there is little danger from 25 pounds of radioactive material missing at a nuclear fuel plant in South Carolina. The State reported today that officials with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission think someone at the Westinghouse plant in Columbia deliberately ...

10/02/09 - 8:39am

Newborn body found in restroom of Warner Robins hospital

WARNER ROBINS, Ga. — Police in Warner Robins say the body of a newborn infant has been found in a restroom in the emergency room at a hospital. Police Public Information Officer Tabitha Pugh say the body was found in a restroom at Houston Medical Center early Thursday. Pugh says surveillance ...

10/02/09 - 8:36am

Injured worker improves in burn center

A Savannah area worker's medical condition has improved after he was burned in an explosion at a Garden City recycling plant on Tuesday. Benjamin Damian, 44, was listed in fair condition Thursday at the Joseph M. Still Burn Center at Doctors Hospital in Augusta, hospital spokeswoman Olena Scarb...

10/02/09 - 6:42am

Morehouse employee fired for discriminatory e-mail

ATLANTA — A Morehouse College employee has been fired and another has been reprimanded for discriminatory comments made via their work e-mail accounts. The fired woman was an administrative assistant in the president's office. After receiving an e-mail forward that included wedding phot...

10/02/09 - 6:36am

Aiken man sought in burglary

AIKEN -- The Aiken County Sheriff's Office says it holds warrants for the arrest of a suspect in a first-degree burglary and grand larceny. A news release said Kelvin Sharod Addison, 23, of the 100 block of Kellogg Drive, is a suspect numerous other burglaries within Aiken County and should be ...

10/02/09 - 6:32am

Scout event at Fort Gordon this weekend

Thousands of scouts will descend on Fort Gordon this weekend to learn new skills s and to explore career possibilities. About 3,200 participants ranging from Cub Scouts to Eagle Scouts have registered for the first Jimmie Dyess Days, named after the Augusta native who was an Eagle Scout, and bot...

10/02/09 - 6:29am

Jurors watch confession video in death of Brunswick boy

BRUNSWICK, Ga. - Jurors watched intensely Thursday the rest of a DVD recording of David Edenfield confessing that he sexually assaulted then choked 6-year-old Christopher Michael Barrios Jr. to death. On the recording, Edenfield is seen calmly describing the killing as exciting and saying he acted ...

10/02/09 - 6:25am

Ga. mother found guilty of starving twin sons

JONESBORO, Ga. — A Lovejoy mother has been found guilty of nearly starving her twin sons to death when they were 13 months old. The jury found 25-year-old Tessa Zelek guilty on all 10 counts today after about an hour of deliberations. Zelek faces up to 54 years in prison and is scheduled to b...

10/01/09 - 7:36pm

H1N1 vaccine shipment has begun

Shipment of the novel influenza A H1N1 vaccine has begun and some doses will arrive in Georgia and South Carolina next week.

10/01/09 - 7:15pm
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