In the fourth day of Cathedral Henderson's trial in U.S. District Court on 50 counts of making false statements, Tara Holliday told the jury that Meribeth Bredehoft, then chief of health administrative services, gave her a list of names and told her to close out the consults.
University Hospital is buying the Amara Health Care and Rehab nursing home in Augusta to not only get its valuable state-licensed beds but also help the hospital in the future with bundled payments that make it responsible for the patients' care months after discharge, officials said.
COLUMBIA - A federal judge has ruled that a regional economic development group can't be part of South Carolina's lawsuit against the U.S. Energy Department over an incomplete nuclear fuel project at Savannah River Site.
Lawyers for the U.S. Department of Energy filed more arguments Wednesday for why a federal judge should delay a June 30 hearing on South Carolina's lawsuit over delayed removal of nuclear materials.
The annual Masters Week surge in Augusta air traffic hit record levels this year with an overall 9 percent increase at area airports to 5,766 flights.
The South Carolina Lottery did not release the name of the winner, but said the ticket was purchased at 3 Way Food Mart 13 on Jefferson Davis Highway.
A teenager was killed Wednesday night in a bicycle accident in Burke County.
A motorcycle passenger died Thursday when the motorcycle on which she was riding struck a horse on Interstate 20 in Aiken County.
Cathedral Henderson, 51, of Martinez was found guilty of 50 counts of making false statements in relation to health care and one count of making false statement to a federal agent.
Augusta University administrators are waiting for Congress to pass the defense authorization bill because it contains an amendment that lets the school extend its cybersecurity program to ROTC.