Wonderful story on Clymonteen Jones! I just wish you had taken more photos of some of those awards so that we could see what all they are. But the article's great.
Squirrels are pests. I've been saying it for years, and many of you agree.
ATLANTA - More Georgia voters oppose the House's transportation-funding plan than favor it, according to a poll released Thursday.
Lawmakers advanced a bill Thursday that would allow concealed-weapon permit holders from Georgia and other states with lower safety standards to come into South Carolina and enjoy the same gun freedoms.
Lilly Kuschner (left), and Leah Fischer hold groggers, or noise makers, as Rabbi Zalman Fischer reads the story of Purim from a scroll taken from the Book of Esther at the Chabad of Augusta.
ATLANTA — A prosecutor said Thursday that he plans to seek a misdemeanor charge – but no felony – against a suburban Atlanta police chief who told investigators he accidentally shot his wife.
ATLANTA — The Georgia Senate gave decisive approval Thursday to a contentious “religious freedom” bill – one of a wave of measures that critics say could provide legal cover for discrimination against gays and transgender people.
COLUMBIA - A House panel opened debate Thursday on a bill intended to curb domestic violence in South Carolina, a week after the Senate passed its version.
COLUMBIA - Out-of-state military veterans could come to South Carolina and immediately pay instate tuition at its colleges and universities, under legislation endorsed Thursday by a state Senate panel.