Christmas trees mean big money for western North Carolina

Jefferson-Pilot builds subsidiary with eye toward insurance

Jury selection starts in Food Lion-ABC case

Billing quirk lets labs overcharge Medicaid, auditors say

Lady Chiefs star rates top girl player billing

Indict Gunnells

Contemplates `membership' in U.S.

Cleland gets his wish

Defends Grovetown traffic charge

Slaps media for Rebel flag `trouble'

Coverdell's rapid rise

Peter S. Knox III

Restrict disfigurement

Says `gay movement' is devil's work

Sees bigger problems than skaters

Big Government end?

Ponders `War Between the States'

Tigers spitting images

Chitterlings a holiday tradition, but must be cooked right

Classic toys old standbys for holidays

Justices to rule on map

High court hears case on voters

Deadlines for holiday parcels, mail nearing

Tindal family buries victims of accident


Knox, 61, business CEO, dies

SRS may profit from plutonium plan

FBI offers cash for help in solving Olympic park bombing

U.S. officials hope Russia steps up destruction of plutonium

Woman planning charter school

Attack of the Barbie Doll

Aiken celebrates Christmas season

Inbreeding has its advantages, research shows

Columbia County starts Sunday sales

Thousands see Christmas parade

25 years and counting

Court TV to broadcast Mathis trial

Space shuttle Columbia returns home after record mission

Student tribunals increase

Accident halts work at former plant to contain polluted soil

Plutonium plan announced

Monsanto discloses plans for change

Judge rejects motion to dismiss charges

Students go extra mile for production of `Shrew'

New teams well-stocked with old pros

Gators paired with Florida in Sugar Bowl

Hebert-led Atlanta prevails

Hebert considers retirement

Dubose given job at Alabama

Panthers frustrate 49ers

Lady Dogs edge past Tennessee

In style

Family matters

Crack series draws black interest

Encryption programs no longer 'munition', but still restricted

Netscape and five Baby Bells join to offer Internet access

'Smart phone' lives up to name