A 22-year-old man has been charged in the Nov. 17 shooting that hospitalized an Augusta man.
Judge Michael N. Annis accepted the plea negotiation for Shirley J. White, sentencing her to two years in prison followed by eight years on probation for aggravated assault.
A plea negotiation Friday gave three women accused of an armed holdup probation instead of the mandatory minimum 10-year term for armed robbery.
Although contractors once planned to begin widening Mike Padgett Highway this coming week, commuters have another month before major construction disrupts the route.
Aquinas' touchdown and extra point with 19 seconds to play gave the Irish a 17-16 win in a Class A private state semifinal.
A 21-year-old homeless man has been charged with stealing three vehicles from gas stations near Washington Road at Interstate 20 this week and trying to steal a fourth.
Students suspended from schools all across the district have to find their own way to the Tubman Education Center or miss school all together.
An Augusta Chronicle search of U.S. District Court records using the designation for personal injury-medical malpractice turned up at least nine cases filed since 2005.
Big events, such as Nelson Mandela's death, anniversaries and holidays, re-establish the link between a newspaper and its readers.
The Pearl Harbor Survivors Association estimates just 3,000 survivors are still alive. Augusta Historical Society records show that only three Pearl Harbor veterans remain in the area.
Friday's temperature reached 82 degrees at Augusta Regional Aiport, tying a record set in 1998.
A Grovetown couple is facing child cruelty charges in connection with the brutal beating of their 10-year-old son.
ATLANTA - A lawyer for indicted state Sen. Don Balfour is arguing the state's prosecution of his client is unconstitutional.
ATLANTA - A Wendy's employee who dropped a partially smoked blunt in a customer's cheeseburger has been fired and charged with marijuana possession.
Gov. Nikki Haley has told the U.S. energy secretary that she wants something done with the 37 million gallons of waste at Savannah River Site.