Cut panel's funds

Victim of liberalism

Castigates former mayor and `deals'

Tires of traffic delayed by trains

Fears a future with only part-time jobs

Denies `Contract' put GOP into office

Norwood & HMOs

SRS tritium hopes dim

Declares unions are atavistic

Urges Christian voters to do homework

Defends response of Medserv

Hobbyist makes '60s-style slot cars

Georgia women may file against breast implant maker

Denny drops out of Carolina House race

Columbia County to lower rate

New Ellenton sewer questions continue

Commissioners authorize sheriff's request

Survival techniques

Local and area briefs

Riverwalk merchants looking for visions of '20/20'

Judge orders venue change in murder trial

SRS sludge raises concerns

Lightning strikes

Energy Department investigating SRS for neglect

Anderson: Community needs to tackle gang problems

Girls going to jail at increasing rate

Georgia Lottery resutls

Number of girl delinquents rising

List of recommendations approved

Thomson band to play Detroit's Thanksgiving parade

Indigent defense board turns over bank account

Bill Kirby: Post cards brightening summer

Residents attend workshop

Columbia schools hosting open houses

Georgia Lottery results

Credit unions to keep fighting for membership qualifications

Car crashes into mall store

Historic designation may spell problems for freeway project

Local and area briefs

Greene holdout with Panthers reaches 71st day

Breezy U.S. Open draw for Sampras

Warren, Miller to duel in second round of U.S. Amateur

Smoltz stifles Houston

Son of former Buffalo star Jim Kelly fighting for life

Gordon has a million reasons to test hard at Darlington

Guadalupe advances in Little League World Series

NHL reaches agreement with refs and linesmen

Glavine shackles Houston

Mike Berardino:Thwack! Alabama kid makes noise

Trainer's settlement involved more than Manning's mooning

Cane Pace to leave Yonkers after 43 years

Dorsett's son smarter, plans on making own name in NFL

UGA wants to battle football powers

Report: Daly will play in Greater Milwaukee Open

Johnston battling for job as Carolina's emergency QB

Tech's Brown has new look

Forrest remains unbeaten

Jags making big plays pay off on defense

Sampras, Hingis get top seedings at U.S. Open

Rain suspends Jackets-Bombers matchup

No local flavor in Amateur

Carolina cuts Ray Agnew

Elliott leads testing at Darlington

Coliseum to continue pursuit of IceCaps

Last of original 10 Jaguars released

Yeast infections are difficult to diagnose

Saving some summer

HIV-positive doctors fight for right to practice

West Virginia named top party school

Painkiller still potent

`Amos 'n' Andy' videos pulled after CBS challenge

Cosmonaut films milk ad on Mir

Heat, wind are keys in grilling

Researchers: Catching herpes is hazardous late in pregnancy

Use ripe fruits and veggies when canning

Small portions

Titanic's youngest survivor finally finishes journey

Good customer service is also good for business

AMA to alter endorsement deal with Sunbeam

UPS tallies losses, says jobs may be cut

Business briefs

Columbia/HCA executives enter innocent pleas

McDonalds re-thinking line of `adult' sandawiches

Poythress wants welfare cut

Richmond Center Complex coming to south Augusta

Investigator: Faulty fire equipment might have prevented ValuJet disaster

States cracking down on wine sales by mail

Fed leaves rate unchanged

Fighting work place drug abuse lucrative

Laura Ashley's ambitious expansion plans on hold

ValuJet to begin Atlanta-Houston flights

Returning to UPS

North Carolina bank to buy Virginia brokerage

McDill: Upgrade Bush Field to bring more business

Aiken Works campaign promotes city's `earthiness'

Air South founders sue two board members

Mir batteries get charged

Harkin wants hearings on radioactive fallout

Drivers can ask for directions at Web sites

Broadcaster will divide rather than conquer HDTV

Study of brain damage from Redux begins

`Perfect' shuttle flight ends

Teen hackers forget to cover tracks

Mir crew fixes faulty computer

Playing the combat game

System trains non-techies to tackle year 2000 problems