The Department of Veterans Affairs has appointed a new director for Augusta's Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center, with the hope that stable leadership can restore credibility to the hospital.
The first of two young men shot at by a Georgia Regents University police officer could learn today whether a jury believes he committed a series of crimes before and after the shots were fired.
More than 530,000 passengers traveled through Augusta Regional in 2014, just 851 more than the previous year, according to statistics provided by the airport.
Recovery work at an underground government repository in New Mexico continues as the U.S. Department of Energy aims to resume limited operations early next year.
MARTIN, S.C. - Hydrochloric acid leaked from a breached railcar Tuesday in Allendale County, CSX officials said today.
Federal funding for local homeless programs decreased by $552 this year compared to 2014, which community leaders hope to offset in the future by expanding the city's homeless count into south Augusta.
Aiken Technical College leads the 16-school technical college system in South Carolina with an achievement rate that approaches near-total student placement.
ATHENS, Ga. -- Barbara Schuster, the first and only dean of the Athens branch campus of the Medical College of Georgia at Georgia Regents University, will be stepping down in May.
An Augusta man is facing charges after he made sexual comments and showed pornography to two teenage girls, police said.
Columbia County School Board trustees approved a massive school rezoning plan that could affect up to 200 Greenbrier High School students who will be moved to the Lakeside High School zone.