Business briefs

Edison Brothers names new CEO

Chrysler attorney argues huge verdict should be overturned

AFLAC pays $80,000 penalty over contributions to Espy's brother

Gray newspapers resign from GPA in dispute

Power may pass part of plant's cost on to ratepayers

Rival universities sharing offices, working together

VCRs may be already obsolete

Governor proposes $12.5 billion budget

College cagers: Bluefield College victorious

Senate censures first senator in 22 years

Local government power causes rift within Augusta delegation

Local and area briefs

Additional area news

Examining democracy

Governor wants babies to hear classical music

Striding, middle-aged Thurmond chosen for monument

Beasley skips video poker revenue

Man fights extradition on charges of murder

Roosevelt makes the difference

Tearing down the walls

Mixed training supported

Town wary of chance of gorillas in its midst

SRS project waits for approval

Deputy sends police on wild goose chase

Sweat plans to head back to Greenbrier

Caring for children

Body to be exhumed in S.C.

Local legislators uncertain on best means against video gambling

Georgia Lottery drawings held

Wildcats get back at USC

Augusta State requests money

Municipal building office spaces moved

College resolves lawsuit

Video poker killed infant, father alleges

Chem-Nuclear delays proposal

Georgia Lottery drawings held

Town council member quits near election

Economic forecasts look positive

Legislature approves tax cut package

College Cagers: Baylor 90, Texas Tech78

Lawyer seeks cross-examination

A standing performance

Video gambling bills introduced

Blood banks running low

Student arrested on drug charges

Overtime: NCAA shifts approval to high schools

Tale of two busts 011598 - The Augusta Chronicle

Denies Postal Service gets tax money 011498 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blasts critic of Asian `Indian givers' 011598 - The Augusta Chronicle

A blow for decency 011498 - The Augusta Chronicle

YWCA's petty move 011498 - The Augusta Chronicle

Defends Thurmond's use of Eisenhower 011498 - The Augusta Chronicle

Cloning horror 011498 - The Augusta Chronicle

Wants potholes filled, not name changes 011598 - The Augusta Chronicle

Stocking records 011498 - The Augusta Chronicle

The `Clinton excuse' 011598 - The Augusta Chronicle

Wants parkway named for taxpayers 011498 - The Augusta Chronicle

Cleland disappoints 011598 - The Augusta Chronicle

Regrets store closings in S. Augusta 011598 - The Augusta Chronicle

Golf Capital headed for Midland

Miller, Shanks lead way among honorees

USC-Aiken women fall to Spartanburg 71-64

Jaguars need a break from mean schedule

Malone, Marbury move up in Western Conference vote

Slaney, Jacobs return to Millrose Games -- under different circumstances

Golfer rides toward showdown with PGA Tour

Barkley enters not guilty plea for throwing bar patron

Samaranch: Drugs stain China's Olympic hopes

Russians win European pairs

Embree agrees to deal for $1.475 million

Compassion vs.common sense in Martin case

Hawks extend streak to five

Hawks soar over Knicks

Victory eludes Jags again

Clemson whips ACC foe

Lady Jags top UNC Penbroke

Faggins rescues Pacers

Harpring restoring luster to tarnished Tech program

Spartanburg escapes Augusta State with win

Light bulb bill prompts concern for taxpayers down the road

Teams taking Taurus switch by horns

FDA approves Excedrin for migraines

'Shockumentary' growth counter to overall drop in TV violence

Common digestive problems might have emotional roots known

Health calendar

More fast food notes

The supermarket shopper: Double plays are key to big grocery savings

Remember me?

Remembering the King

Fast food attack

Computerized implant gives epileptics hope

Capsules: News and notes about your health

New flu strain circulating in United States

Seed: Pioneer of cloning, or `Dr. Kevorkian'?

Apple posts quarterly profit of $47 million

Microsoft presents defense

Sun Microsystems introduces new workstations

Study shows passive smoking can hasten hardening of the arteries

Year 2000 problems catching attention of small towns

Richard Seed: Pioneer of cloning?

Microsoft aims at avoiding contempt charges

Researchers keep cells young with gene transfer

U.N. health agency: Eat veggies, not pills, to beat lung cancer

Clinton urges tough stance against drugs in prison

FTC to allow Intel to buy chip maker

US won't intervene in nuclear waste shipment through Panama Canal

AIDS service agency reverses privacy stance in HIV tracking

Japanese trade commission probes Microsoft

Mir's American astronaut takes first spacewalk