Saturday, May 23, 2015

Second person charged in 2012 slaying of Wackenhut guard

Another man wanted in connection with the 2012 slaying of a Wackenhut guard who worked at Savannah River Site has turned himself in, officials said.

Grantham to speak to Pride and Progress

Don Grantham, chairman of the State Transportation Board, the policy-making and governing authority of the Georgia Department of Transportation, will speak at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Pride and Progress.

Naked man rescued after getting stuck on Florida drawbridge

Firefighters in Florida have rescued a naked man trapped on a raised drawbridge.

Friday, May 22, 2015

TLC pulls Duggar family series amid misconduct reports

TLC pulled the reality series "19 Kids and Counting" from its schedule on Friday, a move that follows reports of sexual misconduct allegations against one of the stars, Josh Duggar, stemming from ...

Georgia man with gun turns tables on carjacking suspect

Atlanta police say a would-be carjacker ended up getting held at gunpoint by his intended victim.

Wheelchair activist/musician headed for Savannah killed in deadly crash

Musician Frank Barham, who was traveling to Savannah, Ga., from Atlanta via wheelchair for a benefit concert, was killed Wednesday in an accident on Ga. 21 in Screven County at the ...

DC mansion slaying suspect caught

WASHINGTON — An ex-convict accused in the slayings of a wealthy Washington family and their housekeeper was arrested Thursday, a week after authorities said the family was killed ...

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Guidance sought on SC pipeline

Lawmakers requested guidance from the state attorney general to determine if it would be unconstitutional if a for-profit company seized private land from residents through eminent domain in order ...

Panel OKs Hammond's Ferry modification

Members of the North Au­gus­ta Planning Commission extended a 5-1 vote of confidence in the future success of riverfront development at Ham­mond's Ferry.

Fees would apply to show dogs

Performance and show animals won't be exempt from steep annual licensing fees for owners who chose not to spay or neuter pets under a requirement.

K-9s gather for bomb training

Explosives K-9 units from across the state came to Richmond County on Thursday to give their dogs training and their handlers training aid.

Local wife of fallen soldier to receive free home

The widow of a soldier who was killed by enemy fire in 2008 during his fourth deployment to Iraq will be awarded a newly renovated, mortgage-free home in Hephzibah.

Bond granted to two suspects in sex sting operation

A judge agreed to set $30,000 bonds Thursday for two people arrested this week in a sting operation that targeted adults seeking sexual contact with minors.

Man sentenced for crash that paralyzed child

A man whose drunken driving left a child paralyzed was sentenced to 15 years in prison.

Holiday to delay search for missing man

Lake Thurmond authorities say the search for a personal watercraft operator who went missing Monay at West Dam recreation area will likely be suspended.

Man charged in 2012 slaying

The police investigation into the slaying of a Wackenhut guard at SRS has been closed with an arrest after more than two years.

Suspect named in DC murders

WASHINGTON -- Firefighters called to a Washington mansion found the bodies of a wealthy executive, his wife, child and housekeepr.Now police have a suspect.

Charleston gains on largest SC city

COLUMBIA- Rapid growth in Charleston means that Columbia is in danger of losing its place as the largest city in South Carolina, according to U.S. Census Bureau numbers.

Fundraiser for dog burned in doghouse

SMYRNA, Ga. - Caregivers are raising money to help a dog that police say was set on fire inside its dog house.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

GreenJackets drop seventh in a row

SAVANNAH, Ga. - Brad Wieck and Jimmy Duff combined on a three shutout as the Savannah Sand Gnats handed the Augusta GreenJackets their seventh consecutive loss, 2-0 on Wednesday night.
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