Jackson attacks merger

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TBS plans projects for CNN, facility

Fed rates stay put

Buffett's silver buy sends price soaring

Augusta Exchange filling vacancies

Retailers to rate credit quickly

Fed considers interest-rate cut

Additional business news

Government turns down phone company's bid to expand

Storm cuts lines, cable television

Group puts off advisers

Local and area briefs

Equal Opportunity head disputes official's claim

Flood work spares homeowners

Bill could force sewage privatization

Thurmond Dam to open spill gates

Dreaming of a major invention

Deer give farmers headaches

Additional area news

Video-gambling ban headed for floor

Six superintendent candidates face off

Flu visits county's students

Beasley seeking no raise for state workers

Judge went too far, Justice appeal says

Jurisdiction at center of custody war

Fire kills teen; sister in hospital

Georgia lottery drawings held

Cadets resist guard changes

Georgia Lottery drawings held

Clown close-up

Son held for questioning in parents' death

Man dies when truck hits van

Police find couple shot to death

Ex-bus mechanic charged with stealing fare money

Killer seeking retrial

Trooper to take top slot

Norwood has $361,000 for re-election campaign

'Can City' nets cash

Rainy days and Wednesdays

Deer a growing problem in S.C.

Snowfall surprises northwest Georgia

Snowfall surprises northwest Georgia

Beasley attorney grilled

Notebook from Nagano

Notebook from Nagano

Skiers like to be on fringe

Bobsled veteran battle-hardened

Temple ceremony impressive

Mother, daughter go for gold

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Successful 'shadows' 020598 - The Augusta Chronicle

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Blasts U.S. conduct of Gulf War 020498 - The Augusta Chronicle

A needed execution 020598 - The Augusta Chronicle

Taking responsibility 020598 - The Augusta Chronicle

Seeks end to `horror of abortion' 020598 - The Augusta Chronicle

One to go 020498 - The Augusta Chronicle

Raps charity offered for James Brown 020598 - The Augusta Chronicle

Jaguars to meet rival USC Aiken

Bulldogs winners on signing day

Paine looking to avenge last Friday's loss to Savannah State

O'Leary wanted infusion of speed

Guthridge not sure he is cut out for the job

Michigan, UCLA share top recruiting honors

Networks asking their affiliates to kick in for football costs

Clemson goes after offensive linemen

Weeping Martin describes condition

Yellow Jackets drill Clemson

Donnan uses math to get players in

Georgia class best in area

Overtime: Eagles to play 7 home games this season

Tigers, Jackets each hungry for win

Tyson to take control of his own business, personal affairs

South Carolina prep action

S.C. State signs 7 players

Lost weekend for Barnes at Clemson

Matkins reminds Scott of Super QB

NFL notes: Novelist Tom Clancy buys Vikings

Paine beats Savannah State, avenges previous SIAC loss

West Virginia shuts down Pitt

Skating rivals still uneasy

S. Aiken rallies for win

Southern harvests Augusta talent

Lawyer goes to bat for Sprewell

Georgia prep basketball: Lincoln County victorious

Magic edge Hawks, 91-90

Pacers get win over Jaguars

Pancakes are light, fluffy and low in fat

Small portions: news and notes from the world of food

Enjoy the end of winter with a spicy pork meal

Anne Frank's spirit was broken in Nazi camp, friend says

Super soup sensations

Gift of life

Health and fitness calendar

Balloonist calls of quest

Actor Tom Berenger gives Confederate flag to S.C

Athens man uses art to art to express religion

Internet test hardly noticed

Scientists study 'bird flu'

Anti-stroke drug faces tough fight

Augusta to distribute benefits electronically

Clinton creates council to oversee Year 2000 computer problems

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'Ferraro' Web site links to D'Amato

Scientists find earliest AIDS case

New AIDS drugs described

What's online

GOP cloning bill should pass swiftly, Lott says

Doctors predict burn victims' survival chances