A South Carolina man fatally shot another man in the head, stole his car and then drove to Florida for spring break, Daytona Beach police said.
While the state is doing better to meet recommendations on improving care for mental health patients in community settings, it is unlikely to meet its July 1 deadline to achieve all of its ...
COLUMBIA - Gov. Nikki Haley has incensed South Carolina legislators by suggesting people need to take a shower after talking to them.
Two career government managers who left for a few years with the private sector are rejoining local government to serve at the side of Augusta Administrator Janice Allen Jackson.
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. - About 3,000 production workers at Boeing plants in South Carolina will decide next month whether they want representation by the Machinists union.
Augusta's population grew slightly last year, but not as fast as Columbia and Aiken counties, which continue to attract a majority of the area's incoming residents, according to new Census ...
Two women were pepper sprayed Tuesday after officials say they attacked a school safety officer at Glenn Hills Middle School.
One of the original legal actions against Sentinel Offender Services is set for trial May 11. Hills McGee is seeking damages against the private, for-profit probation company for false arrest and ...
The Georgia Department of Transportation wants motorists to prepare for the unexpected in work zones for their safety and the safety of workers.
This year’s Masters traffic plan will look familiar to Augustans and many tournament visitors. “We found a successful plan in the last few years and we’re sticking with it,” Traffic Engineer ...
The elected leaders of Augusta-Richmond County, Columbia County and North Augusta reflected on growth Wednesday during Leadership Augusta's "State of the Region" luncheon.
ATLANTA - Gov. Nathan Deal's plan allowing a state takeover of schools dubbed "chronically failing" won Georgia House approval Wednesday, setting up a statewide vote in 2016.
ATLANTA - Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal will announce Friday that he plans to sign a sweeping medical marijuana bill into law April 2.
One of my neighbors still keeps most of the Christmas lights on at night. No other items, just the lights for a cheery glow in the dark. No harm in my book.
Georgia’s labor commissioner, Mark Butler, told Augusta manufacturing representatives Wednesday that an able workforce is the message more common from prospects than location and incentive packages.
An Augustan convicted of murder late Tuesday afternoon has been sentenced to life in prison without parole.