Business briefs

Korean automaker aims for college crowd in U.S.

Motorola sales hurt by global economic slowdown

Boston Chicken files for bankruptcy protection

U.S. working on bailout for Brazil

Russian railways refuse to carry mail

FCC to review 'access' fees on long-distance bills

IMF: Global economic prospects worsening

Recruiters: Job market still good for grads

Japanese stocks fall to new 12-year low

Group urges overhaul of global financial system

GM's sales rebound

U.S. working on bailout for Brazil

Prairie View hits low following high

Bulldogs' learning curve has accelerated

Fast-break to stay in Gamecocks' plans

Arkansas is 4-0, tough games ahead

Teams start a peach of a season

Donnan says he won't apologize for remark to Fulmer

Vols hindered by injury

Additional area news

Home front: Church's land has past

Vigil: Most violent death occurs between loved ones

Attorney general seeks dates for five executions

Aiken trying to clean up housing

Gas customers up for grabs

Count of active voters unclear

Race is lacking in key issues

Pupils to learn safety

Life Chain attempts prayer to end legal abortion

Council to examine utility fund

Variety of restaurants set to open

Teams practice extrications

Coverdell struggling for his seat

Grading scales creating mess for scholarship plan

Officials say Barnes has HMO at law firm

Destructive blaze

Commission agenda includes pay issues

Democrat significant in election

Animals return to state fair

Coles, Loftman press Coverdell on health care, IRS

Drug firms testify on fund intent in Borison case

Soldiers preparing for worst

Candidates taking aim at Atlanta

Internal banking checked

Law making more attend summer school adds to budget woes

Officials say Barnes has HMO at law firm

Race tension grows after inmate's death

Across the area

Willow Creek's residents warn of flood

School officials seek millage increase

Rookies play key roles

Manning and Colts top Chargers and Leaf

Falcons blast reeling Panthers

Broncos plan to work out four kickers

Broncos romp over the Eagles

Panthers seek answers after four-touchdown loss

Cowboys scalp the Redskins

Heyward has another week to adjust to new team

At 4-0, Vikings, Packers have a leg up

Raiders edge Cardinals by three

Jets slam shut Miami offense

Bears earn 1st win of '98

Falcons win over Giants would make Reeves happy

Falcons notes: Bush's ejection too severe, says Falcons' Reeves

Footbaball roundup: Augusta's Roundtree to start for Chargers

Patriots top Saints with field goal

Penalty-prone Niners look to pick up the pieces

Bills surprise 49ers, 26-21

NFL notes: Like everyone else, 49ers live on edge

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Comments on Clinton-Lewinsky 100598 - The Augusta Chronicle

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Taylor's weasel-words 100698 - The Augusta Chronicle

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Well-deserved praise 100598 - The Augusta Chronicle

Planners vs. suburbs 100598 - The Augusta Chronicle

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Barnes v. Schrenko 100698 - The Augusta Chronicle

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A King convert 100598 - The Augusta Chronicle

Explains need for protective zone 100698 - The Augusta Chronicle

Chides congressman for labels 100598 - The Augusta Chronicle

Defends indigent care allocation 100698 - The Augusta Chronicle

Says city could support two malls 100698 - The Augusta Chronicle

Demands impeachment for Clinton 100598 - The Augusta Chronicle

Morgan tied Irwin with sixth win

Morgan tied Irwin with sixth win

Lynx broadcasts switched

Pierce beats Coetzer

Lynx camp features frayed nerves

American, German riders lead individual vaulting at Equestrian-World Games

S.C. romps to Cadillac Cup victory

Athletics overlaps studied

Strawberry teammates feel better

New Yankees' rookie a sensation

Martin wins to trim Gordon's lead

L.A. selected to host 2002 U.S. Figure Skating championships

Elkington storms to Buick victory

Some things never change: It's all over for Bosox, Cubs

Braves notebook: Neagle out of pen and into rotation

South Aiken girls face archrival

Yankees look for revenge

It's the Padres vs. Braves

International competitors win Ironman

Setback for Tyson on psychological records

Lynx make trade to strengthen defense

Overtime: Rios eases his pain with rich victory

Braves look toward next step

NBA to cancel rest of preseason games

Print shop owner follows customers' orders to the letter

Off the wall

Senior calendar

Floral forgiveness

Life, career is back on track for Orlando

Survey challenges myths on sex and aging

Buchman designs rely on simplicity

People's pharmacy

Crows' Duritz looks at history

Advice line

Big screen

Audio best sellers

Audio best

Making faces

Xtreme style

FTC wants details of Cisco Systems

Alternative radio lives -- off the air

Any port OK at sea, but not for PC

Cereal is kid's No. 1 source of vitamins, minerals

How I surfed the web with a nightstand

Missouri's problems retaining computer workers reflect national trend

Company 'cooks' contaminated soil to make it useable

Scientists breed black, seedless variety of grapes

Biologists tag turtles with satellite transmitters

Air carriers offer online booking lures

The Year 2000 Problem on your PC

Russia sells NASA time on space station

Design a la modem

Video games: 'Cardinal Syn' lives up to its gory hype

Road-rally game teaches Spanish along the way

Mammogram cuts hurt poor women

Soldiers preparing for worst

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