Dismisses defense of `public' lakes

End `immunity' abuses

Scoffs at partisan critics of speaker

TV ratings flop

Asserts states have right to pot laws

Takes `childish' School Board to task

Washington State reactor could compete against SRS mission

Study - Cancer rate near SRS not any higher

Beasley lauds record gains for economy

Old tickets to Elvis event in Savannah questioned

Coliseum Authority reaches deal with management firm

Area News Briefs

School set to try new methods

Jewell gets legislative pat on back

Group's motel plan approved

Citadel leadership under fire

Former Augusta Administrator Beazley lands state job

Photo - Caboose gets new home

Photo - Food for those who need it

Criminal hazing prosecutions a problem in Citadel case

Doctor advocates telemedicine safety

Photo - King speaker

Area News Briefs

Photo - The center of attention

Bill Cosby's son shot, killed on freeway

Georgia's top students lag other states'

Newest report puts Georgia education in Top 12

Governor reveals $11.8 billion state budget

Bombs blast abortion clinic; 6 hurt

Preparing a quilt

Counsel report at deadline

Bill would keep suspects behind bars

Accomplice wants sentence reduced

County talks with bank in zoning dispute

Augusta will launch complaint line for citizens

Anti-abortion bill announced hours after blast

County schools seek male teacher aides

Chemical castration considered for sex offenders

County to delay video poker trials

Papers to be made public

End court oversight 011697 - The Augusta Chronicle

Expel McDermott! 011697 - The Augusta Chronicle

Hopes for further study of chemicals 011697 - The Augusta Chronicle

Defends Florida's outspoken coach 011697 - The Augusta Chronicle

Wildcats coaching job draws interest

Victory leaves Alabama ecstatic

Mariucci confirmed as 49ers new head coach

A Seifert sayonara in Frisco

Overtime - Brandon Mitchem to see action in ring

Baseball Notes - Avery not sure of replacing Clemens

Lineup shuffle helps Tech rout FSU

Braves sign reliever Wohlers

Kentucky proves its still team to beat

Tigers win 11th in row

Freshman leads Wardlaw to 12-0 season start

Palmer's surgery successful

Atlanta wins 8th straight

Prep Notes - Silver Bluff asked why it's not playing South Aiken

Late shot shocker to Lions

UConn declares Moore ineligible

Tolbert, Wilder pick Tech futures

Area prep wrestling finds that many holds are barred

Three-pointer lifts Paine women over Albany State

Fans flocking to Hawks' nest

Fassel returns as Giants coach

UNC-Pembroke squeezes past USC-Aiken 68-63

Mullen still-lifes bring 19th century into the present

Capsules - short takes on health and science

Today's cowboys wear many different hats

Health and fitness calendar

Video releases - just out are Phenomenon, Tales From the Crypt - Bordello of Blood, She's the One, The White Balloon.

Wine and Dine - pizza by the slice available on Broad Street

Costello refines technique in release of old favorites

Concert Watch

Cutting edge

Club Calendar - what's happening in entertainment around Augusta

Ramblin' Rhodes - Little Richard gets big award

`Naked' star gets prime exposure

CPA practice merges with regional firm

Airbus says it can't guarantee jet deliveries to USAir

Jesse Jackson calls off boycott of Mitsubishi

GTE weighs in with its own flat-rate long-distance plan

Schools superintendent touts tax to business group

Administration to put tariffs on Argentina trade

Companies explore whether global warming could hurt profits

Business Briefs

Business Briefs

Fed wants to extend the time it takes to clear a check

Independent insurance agents declare a truce

Zimmerman to succeed Questrom as Federated CEO

Savannah company buys South African cosmetics maker

Raytheon wins bidding for GM's Hughes Electronics

Lost in space

Movie studios, looking to the future, compete for hipness on the Web

AOL swamped with new unlimited pricing plan; some users sue

New telescope images probe evolution of galaxies

Microsoft unveils Office '97

Internet predictions for 1997 and a look back on '96

Lawsuit says AOL can't handle traffic

Grrrrr! America Online gets too much of a good thing

Online banking software providers move toward industry standard