New radio service will include shows for black listeners

Crude, products rise sharply

Starbucks, 'Doonesbury' artist join to promote literacy

Construction equipment maker warns of smaller fourth-quarter profits

Store recalls coats trimmed with dog fur

Low food and energy prices keep inflation in check

Canada rejects mega-banks merger

Office supply retailer to open Augusta store

Giving the gift of credit

Regional manufacturing strengthens slightly

Business briefs

Catalog showroom sales decline

Leaders discuss air quality regulations, gas taxes

Citigroup announces job cuts

Business briefs

RJR Nabisco plans more job cuts

Citigroup may soon downsize

Titan to open plant

Mattel buys software giant The Learning Company

Typos, sensationalism and mistakes dampen newspaper credibility

K-State's Snyder top coach of '98

Whipple helps Minutemen to title shot

Stinchcomb, Bailey, Page named to AP All-America team

Evtimov's status with Tar Heels remains unclear

Auburn to find out how other half live

Liberty next test for surging Jags

Duke's Avery is named ACC player of week

Gamecocks seek end to drought vs. Tigers

Much-maligned Darlington surprise finalist in Class A

Offensive line is heart of Red Devils

Wynn finds his inspiration through family

North Augusta limits Evans to 16 points

Thoroughbreds corral Mustangs

Richmond eases past Laney

Georgia prep basketball poll

Hurricanes shut out struggling Edmonton

Tempers may flare at next game

Defense says killing was in self-defense

Officials enumerate tax issues

Witness granted right to sue

DHEC division advised

Jobless man seeks help this season

Friend testifies that chaos led to Welker firing gun

Minutemen see dramatic turnaround

Across the area

Winter work

Inmates refit bikes for Christmas

Across the area

Post offices overflow with holiday mail

Family invites all to bridge

Bookworms

Year was difficult for single mother

Inauguration to send message, Young says

Augusta commission may change how city airports are run

Gamblers have wide selection

Tangible cuts needed

Cleland: SRS to get plutonium mission

Cold crossing

Legislators suggest possible rocket pad

Employees left with no pay after restaurant closes

62-year-old man testifies in own defense at trial

Guidelines for holiday greetings

Firefighters to respond to accidents

Seized items from MCG researchers to be auctioned off

Deal could be done in less than 24 hours

NFL coaches feel the pressure

Brooks no stranger to Falcons' scheme

Panthers' Greene suspended

Niners flexing running attack down the stretch

Stadium clears one funding hurdle

NFL rejects use of instant replays for playoffs

Bypass surgery sidelines Reeves

Jets land in strange territory: first place

Reeves could be discharged Friday

Mrs. Sara Hopkins

Mrs. Nellie Lewis

Mr. Rufus Sawyer

Mrs. Michelle Workman

Mrs. Emma Jackson

Mrs. Naomi Briggs

Mr. Allen Guest

Mr. John Adams

Mr. Walter Miller

Mr. Arthur Whittington

Mr. Bonnie Johnson

Mr. Theodore Roy

Micheal Kaney Jr.

Mrs. Letha Rushin

Mrs. Eunice Tupper

Mr. Clinton Canfield

Mrs. Shirley Kinard

Mr. James Pullum

Mr. Roscoe Burroughs

Mr. James Brice

Mr. George Corley Jr.

Mrs. Ola Canada

Mrs. Marie Wells

Mr. James Skelton Sr.

City: stay out of Bush 121598 - The Augusta Chronicle

Supports minister arrested in mall 121598 - The Augusta Chronicle

Hits plan to change telephone service 121598 - The Augusta Chronicle

College success story 121698 - The Augusta Chronicle

Cites irony in minister's arrest 121598 - The Augusta Chronicle

Puerto Rico votes No 121698 - The Augusta Chronicle

Repeal Ga. print law 121598 - The Augusta Chronicle

Says blacks seeking only respect 121698 - The Augusta Chronicle

Confesses regrets he voted for Clinton 121598 - The Augusta Chronicle

Assails PSC for gas rate increase 121698 - The Augusta Chronicle

Comments on minister's mall arrest 121598 - The Augusta Chronicle

Argues for NP prescriptive authority 121698 - The Augusta Chronicle

S.C.'s Project Mess 121598 - The Augusta Chronicle

Better regulation of long-term care for older adults needed to assure quality 121598 - The Augusta Chronicle

Atlanta organizers: We didn't buy games

NCAA executive committee to take up bat debate

Montreal picks Heisman winner in baseball draft

Braves, Lockhart agree to $2 million, two-year contract

Overtime: Smith wants another race in Las Vegas

'Lost' Ripken lineup card in Cooperstown

Klesko can breathe easy -- for now

Scandal shadows Salt Lake's Olympics

Baseball notes: Rangers purchase Heisman winner

Golf notes: International team wants Thomson back

Olympian angered over Salt Lake fund

Presidents Cup fallout: Did it matter to America?

Cox has the answers

Senior calendar

Treats for diabetics still sweet

Red-faced Rudolph?

For a good Samaritan, size is not the issue

Age old questions: Refocusing emotions helps avoid holiday loneliness

CBS earns a salute for decision to fly with `JAG'

Another link to 'GMA' glory days leaving

Supermarket shopper

Fox to air some dirty laundry with `Hoaxes' special

Make-ahead bread pudding perfect for brunch

People's Pharmacy: Aspirin not always best

One half of Indigo Girls folk-rock group cleans tables at own restaurant

It's a test of our affection when good shows stumble

Cookies key for Christmas

Diabetic dilemma

Small portions

New Jersey teen-ager gets apology, new edit from MTV

Family traditions

Net Chat

Xtreme style

Big screen

Audio best

Net offers sights and sounds of the Big Easy

Oracle, Sun plan computer to cut out Microsoft software

SRS pollution information to be available on Internet

Cleland: SRS to get plutonium mission

Asteroid linked to lost species

Government plays Gates videotape at trial

Alternatives to CD recorders on the market

Gene therapy builds stronger muscles

States seek tougher pollution controls on sport utility vehicles

More talk, less cord

Russia plans 11 commercial space launches in 1999

SRS project could boost economy

'Electronic Ink' makes a printed page a work in progress

Shoppers this year may have trouble with online service