Richard Johnson tried seven times in three years to speak to Rebecca Wiley's administration about issues with his care at the Charlie Norwood Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
One plan for a new hospital in Columbia County calls for 144 beds, while the other is expecting a 100-bed facility. Financial projections differ greatly, too.
Once one of the most common land birds in North America, the Rusty Blackbird's drastic 95 percent decline over the past 40 years has puzzled biologists and prompted a nationwide call for help.
Three Republican congressmen have asked the South Carolina governor to explore possible legal action over the shuttering of the Savannah River Site's mixed-oxide fuel fabrication facility.
Numerous elections and ballot questions will accompany Augusta voters' choice of a mayor and city commissioner May 20.
A 70-year-old woman told police she shot her husband for his years of infidelity Wednesday morning but did not intend to kill him.
Judge J. Randal Hall sentenced Christopher Ceolinski to 186 months in prison without the possibility of parole, a sentence enhanced because Ceolinski engaged in a series of sexual exploitations of a minor.
The details of the Feb. 9, 2008, triple homicide were too painful to discuss, Adrian Hargrove told a sheriff's investigator, but Hargrove said he took full responsibility, Richmond County Sheriff Richard Roundtree testified Wednesday.
An EMS regional council must revisit a November vote naming Augusta as 'sole provider' of emergency services for the region after the decision was rejected by the state.
Tuesday's fire outside Turner Transportation Specialists on 1494 Wrightsboro Road is still under investigation, officials confirm. There is no time table on when the investigation will be complete.