J.C. Penney's wins case against county

Help-wanted ads, consumer spending send newspaper ad revenues up

Women making headway again in pay

Foreign investment in U.S. down

Greenspan signals higher interest rates

Business briefs

Market nods approval of strike

Looming walkout could halt GM production

Wal-Mart to test food-drug store

Builder files suit against state

FCC to allow cable box buys

Wall Street executive gives $1 million for free Viagra

Pacemakers: Medical professionals on the move

Augusta increases 'best places' rank

GDP stats may confirm Japan's recession fears

Wall Street endorses hard line on GM strike

New homes help economy

Marina chain buys Tradewinds, plans work

Government to settle sexual harassment lawsuit with Mitsubishi

Panel recommends dollar coin inspired by Sacajawea

House moving to slow tide of personal bankruptcies

James Brown Computer Literacy Center opens

Sharpe wins eighth term in 86th

Additional area news

Project films elders telling their stories

S.C. voters give support for lottery

Brown seeks suit dismissal

Skeptics question tag-tax plan

Two area schools happy over national study

Corpse discovered in backyard grave

Player overcomes injury to become mentor

U.S. Rep. Bob Inglis, R-S.C., a candidate for the U.S. Senate, has his ballot in hand as he holds his daughter, Andrews, 3 1/2, after voting in the South Carolina primary at New Liberty Baptist Church Tuesday, June 9, 1998, near Travelers Rest, S C. Asso

Students who fail test don't get break

Voters give Tindal another four years

Safety training

Congress is ready for education bill

Man, woman charged in double homicide

Teachers may be fired over alleged cheating

Fiery threads

Deputies may appear before grand jury

War hero's name flags area drivers

Groups push autonomy

Councilman ousted in primary

Teen-age killer seeks reversal

High school vandals clean campus

County says no on raises until study

Snakes of summer mostly harmless

Inglis to challenge Hollings for senator

Candidate needs to get tough

Few S.C. voters turn out

Panel to study school board's decision

Coverdell's amendment on drugs clears Senate

Richmond County GOP won't support candidate

Local and area briefs

Baptists vote down pastor's revision

6th district primary renominates Clyburn

Westinghouse announcement near

Cargill electrocuted for shooting couple

Teacher shortage foreseen

Company plans to open private prison hospital

Group plans to use bonds to buy homes

Watching squirrels defended

Lawyers may help deputies

Georgia students' debt rising faster than national average

Developers to tour county

College presidents seek construction money

$170 million in campus projects added to list

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Wholers still vital player for Braves

Baseball roundup: 'El Duque' pitches four-hitter

Last go-round for Jordan and Pippen? Maybe, maybe not

Move expected in Earnhardt camp

Rodman back at practice

Older players lukewarm about current state of tennis

Area fans excited about World Cup

Bettman on Olympics: Let's wait and see

Picking apart the pick-and-roll

Braves notebook

Daytona suites getting a bit too expensive

Fleming holds down Jackets

Braves notes: Martinez honored before big game

Agassi, Courier named to U.S. Davis Cup quarterfinals team

Woman takes club to court

Graf wins first match of comeback

Red Sox spoil party for El Presidente

Jackets win, but still search for offense

Augusta State making strides; Tuell signs 3

Hill visits basketball camp

Overtime: Green fired as driver

Taylor makes field for U.S. Open

Harper rolling along

New bowl alliance improves Sugar Bowl chances for SEC team

17-year-old makes mark in NASCAR

Hunter: Rumors of Darlington's demise overblown

National changes 4 holes

Brazil begins defense of World Cup vs. Scotland

Red Sox rough up Braves

Taking a look at U.S. Open

World Cup opens to sounds of bagpipes and samba

Red Wings triumph over Capitals

Turner says no to L.A.

Volunteers embrace national hug holiday

Hampton Court Palace highlights Henry VIII's kitchens

Tudor gingerbread offers a glimpse into royal kitchens

Secret ingredient shaves fat, calories from cake

Gambro recalls dialysis machines

Researchers recover propeller from Civil War Monitor

Study: Childhood epilepsy may lead to adult social problems

Drastically lowering blood pressure cuts heart attack risk

Better technology may create more savings at store

Some patients prefer hypnosis to anesthesia

Health capsules

What you really really want ...

Public interest group slams olestra

Health calendar

Will CBS clone `60 Minutes' over objections of its correspondents?

A slice of whimsy

Woman's risk turns into dream

Appeals court reverses libel decision in Time magazine case

Twins wed twins after Internet courtship

Astronomers find new class of starlike objects

Boy finds meteorite

Administration stresses need to deal with cyber-terrorism

Astronomers spot object that might be brightest known

Fans follow World Cup online

FDA confirms salmonella found in unopened boxes of cereal

New hand prosthesis offers users finger control

Rocket launch creates illusion that worries skywatchers

Digital preview

Astronauts spot Mir 276 miles away

What killed Alexander the Great? Maybe typhoid fever

City council sides with boys in meteorite fight

Internet groups uneasy about management alliance

No luck yet in search for extraterrestrial signals

Suits focus on Intel, Microsoft business relationships

Students come up with computer program for company

Discovery hit by more antenna trouble

Digital cable set at Jones

Judge sets limits on witnesses in Microsoft trial

FTC moves against computer chip maker

No compromise in sight after top-level meeting on encryption

Study: Drastically lowering blood pressure cuts heart attack risk