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Mom charged with drowning infant in SC pond

COLUMBIA - Authorities say a North Carolina woman drowned her 6-week-old baby in a pond at an outlet mall in Myrtle Beach.

07/19/16 - 9:20pm

Ga. publisher charges dismissed

JASPER, Ga. - A judge has dismissed the charges against a north Georgia newspaper publisher and his attorney who were jailed in an open records dispute.

07/19/16 - 12:17pm

Snake bite surge near Myrtle Beach

MYRTLE BEACH -- veterinarians say there's been a spike in the number of dogs and cats being bitten by snakes this summer.

07/19/16 - 8:27am

Thief fires on responding Ga. policemen

MARIETTA, Ga. - A gunman inside a gun shop near Atlanta began shooting at police officers, who returned fire after responding to reports of a break-in at the business shortly before dawn today, Marietta police said.

07/19/16 - 9:19pm

Storm causes major sewage spill

Heavy rainfall Saturday overwhelmed Au­gusta's Messerly Wastewater Treatment Plant, pushing 2.8 million gallons of untreated sewage into Butler Creek and the Savannah River. "The rain was kind of crazy," Utilities Director Tom Wiedmeier said.

07/19/16 - 1:21am

No relief ahead soon for Greene Street floods

Joe Holley, a third-generation member of Au­gusta's Lutheran Church of the Resurrection, wasn't surprised to find barricades blocking traffic Sunday morning as a lake of water standing in the 800 block of Greene Street slowly drained away.

07/19/16 - 1:24am

Riverfront police substation to go for final approval

Plans to build a police substation inside Port Royal at Riverwalk Augusta will go before the Augusta Commission for final approval Tuesday.

07/19/16 - 11:49am

Georgia, Augusta preparing for Zika

The virus has not made it to Georgia, but officials in the state are getting ready, said Fred Koehle, the special projects manager for Richmond County Mosquito Control. A "unique" case in Utah is being investigated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

07/19/16 - 8:41am

Teen charged with entering vehicles in Grovetown

Columbia County sheriff's deputies responded early Thursday to four residences on Keesaw Glen, in a neighborhood off High Meadows Drive, after residents discovered someone had rummaged through their vehicles overnight.

07/18/16 - 10:49pm

Man arrested after exposing himself in public, police say

According to an incident report, a deputy found the man lying on a mattress on the ground in an open field near a burned residence. His boxer briefs were pulled down.

07/19/16 - 8:42am
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