World Bank still sees a risk of recession

Additional business news

Kellogg plans to cut hundreds of jobs

Bi-Lo planning expansion

December is time for last-minute decisions to lower taxes

Gasoline prices lowest in 8 years

Exxon, Mobil very different partners

Brokerages make it tougher to trade in some Internet stocks

Columbia sells home health care agencies in six states

Exxon buying Mobil for $77.2 billion

Russia receives praise, but no money, from IMF chief

Study: Small portion of debtors can affort to repay

Rancher allegedly bilked investors of $100 million

Boeing to slash up to 48,000 jobs by 2000

New home building helps U.S. economy

Pressure to choose relieved

Kellogg to announce job cuts

Business briefs

Department store chains lose customers

Bowden officially takes post today

O'Leary wins ACC honor

A Hope Diamond among coaches

College notebook

Post is Holtz's to take

Bowden mulling options

Heisman contenders go for Ricky

Fans charged about new coach

Huskies hope to topple mighty GSU

Florida assistant Carl Franks to be new Duke coach

Men's hoops: New Mexico wins

Women's hoops: Duke tallies victory

Maryland's Williams gets contract extension

Georgia wins with 'guts'

ACC, Big Ten set up series

It may be bad, but at least it's basketball

McKissick's passion remains

Butler holds off scrappy Aiken team

Egekeze breaks away with 24-point effort

Penguins meet payroll with Rangers' trade money

Swedish Lynx player dreams to make NHL

Auto wreck claims two area women

Change in party possible

Schools short on male teachers

Board approves island beach-driving rules

Ex-coach appears in impeachment case

Sewage spills into Savannah River

Hospital workers seek aid

Hitchcock faces campaign with mixed feelings

Planners want imput for canal project

Man found guilty of beating murder

Woman part of airborne family

Selling holiday trees

Additional area news

Empty Stocking: Caring for child taps out mother

Suspect in 3 shootings transferred

River hit by raw sewage

Augusta residents take part in World AIDS Day events

Councilman questions toll idea

Indigent care funds uncertain

Holiday display

Experts: Lottery should run separate from government

Lottery winner still has to work

Republican senators keep leadership roles

Official gets top position

It's all in how you look at it

Board considers beach-driving limits

Neighborhood hidden among swamplands

Convenience store owner settles suit for $550,000

Deputy uses noose to save Doberman

Manufacturer will not locate at Aiken site

Taste of class

La Nina causing warm temperatures

Commission votes to join class-action tobacco suit

Widower faces hard times

Salvation Army hit by looters

GOP retains committee control in Statehouse

Company purchases Evans site

Department leader candidates run gamut

Installing new traffic signals

Strict type of discipline helps school

All eyes on labor talks in Manhattan

Chandler ready to return

Bills beat deadline, will stay in Buffalo

Manning looks to Falcons, not record

NFL notes: Falcons strike deal to train at Furman

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Some bipartisanship 120298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Jabs `uninspiring' football coach 120298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Evading the law, again 120398 - The Augusta Chronicle

An Army under siege 120398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Criticizes television's on-air deaths 120298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Suggests potential school district chief 120398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Our blind veep 120298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Raps paper's treatment of McIntyre 120298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Charges holiday `price gouging' 120298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Backs fight for prescriptive authority 120398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Notes books that honor city's history 120398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Warlord wins 120398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Against more Cumberland Island traffic 120398 - The Augusta Chronicle

One in, one out 120298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Hits murder headline on Thanksgiving 120398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Says religion, science compatible 120398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Suggests parks to replace empty stores 120398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Introductions might be needed in Orioles clubhouse

Golf notes: Daly coping with Sunday pressure

Clemens demands trade

Tyson's plea could land him in jail

Tyson pleads no contest in assault case

What next for the White Sox?

Aussie skier spends hectic summer after Olympic medal

Rangers hoping improved gloves, bats help pitchers

Speedway uncertain on date for Formula One race

Johnson says he's worth the money

Belle signs on, Palmeiro gone

Team going for speed

In baseball, sky is the limit for salaries

Overtime: Payne tabbed as speaker for banquet

Cocoa lifts traditional bread-pudding recipe

Small portions: News from the world of food

Finding stuttering treatment often difficult

Lawmakers ask parents to be wary of violent videos

The supermarket shopper: Price reduction often not passed along by stores

Commission won't seek ban on toys made with chemical

Health capsules

'Knotted tongues' noted throughout the ages

Super slumber

Fighting flab with smoking ill advised

Health calendar

Easy hors d'oeuvres make entertaining a snap

Carving a turkey is a matter of procedure

Expert: Stuffing holes in Titanic may have saved lives

Stuttering affects 25 million Americans

Shrimp and runner beans a fast combination

Diet's effects on breast cancer still unknown

Future televisions hanging on a thin line

Space station looking for a name

Gates admits 'Java' posed threat

Selective Service begins online registration

The geek streets of Tokyo

Retailers have high hopes for electronic gift cards

DNA experiment fixes mutant gene

Retailers have high hopes for future of electronic gift cards

Microsoft trial focuses on aggressive tactics

Technology gives new life to old games

What's online for Wednesday

Netscape employees wooed by AOL with offer to stay

Painkillers missing dangers

Court-appointed panel finds no definite link between implants, diseases

Virtual ads selling at ball parks

Earth may have tilted 600 million years ago

Bad weather may stop shuttle launch

Research Council looks at future of weather science

U.N. calls for ban on human cloning

Online sign-up starts for Selective Service

New software called the 'lava lamp of poetry'

Oldest astronaut's only flight problem came after landing

Communications technology explored