Even more flights are canceled

Tariffs on steel possible

More big anti-tobacco verdicts predicted

Shoppers keep on shopping after the holidays

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Rubin acknowledges economic power worries

GM: Some airbags dangerous

Judge to rule in dispute

Manufacturers report better January

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College hoops: No. 1 Duke rolls by Virginia

Lions to host Morris College

Kentucky looks to break 2-game conference slide against Gamecocks

No. 2 Purdue women edge No. 15 Penn State

Peach Belt suspends referee

Brewery brought taste to Augusta
``...The odor was most delightful to those who liked to sip their brew; that it sorely tempted those `on the water wagon' to get off again forthwith; and that, to the olfactory faculties of all-out `Bone Dry' Prohibitionists, it was an outright abomination.''

This day in the millennium -- February 12
Feb. 12, 1809, Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States, was born in present-day Larue County, Ky.

This day in the millennium -- February 13
On Feb. 13, 1935, a jury in Flemington, N.J., found Bruno Richard Hauptmann guilty of first-degree murder in the kidnap-death of the infant son of Charles and Anne Lindbergh. Hauptmann was later executed.

Augusta Christian sweeps titles

Statesboro clips Josey to win region

Lady Bulldogs come up short

Under Dogs continue roll in region play

Butler powers past Central

Hephzibah girls win; Butler falls

Orangeburg jumps on Aiken early to take two victories

Capitals 3, Devils 2

Lynx stymie Checkers

Messier injured, out for 4-6 weeks

Lynx ledger

Predators 2, Islanders 1

Pettersen's goal-scoring feat turning heads

Toronto braces for farewell to NHL era at Maple Leafs Gardens

Pettersen leads comeback in loss

Graham defends managers' actions

Doctor testifies man died from asphyxia, not beating

Concert to benefit free clinic

Police will question friends of slain boy

Police arrest fourth suspect in fatal shooting

This day in the millennium -- February 13

MCG pediatric unit faces growing pains

Doctors, drug makers sued for $100 million

Pupils provide Honduras relief

Lakeside student wins top honor

Jurors say man is guilty

Augusta could get extra $1.32 million from HUD

Speaker motivates students

Casino boat hearing expected

County not named for president

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Official rethinks promise

Seventy percent choose new high school

Deaths from fires drop again in S.C.

Additional area news

This day in the millennium -- February 12

FAA rejects proposal for Blue Angels

Teen-ager charged in robbery of bank

Board may get increase in pay

Intruder robs man in house

Canal Authority pushes expansion legislation

Request rejected by judge

Woman removed after accident

Swap shops help turn trash into treasure, aid environment

Condon addresses area GOP

Cold front threatens early buds

Veteran still absent from care residence

Incorporation plans tossed out

Memorial construction

Committee drops proposal on warning system

Sale of anchor alleged in testimony

House approves open-meetings, public-records bills

Enough to feed an army

Brewery brought taste to Augusta

Bill offers child-care tax credit

Spot check

Abuse bill clears Senate

Murderer receives life imprisonment

Juvenile crimes growing more violent

New statue proposed for city

Price retires after 12 NBA seasons

Mark Price to announce retirement Friday

Spurs knock off 76ers

Ellis adds new dimension to Hawks

The skinny on Kemp's weight? He can play

Rev. Paul Coyle

Mrs. Leitha Moore

Mrs. Judy Perry

Mrs. Becky Purvis

Mr. Glen Keeton

Mrs. Sallie Wilson

Mrs. Annie Webb

Mr. William Byrd

Mr. Victor Bell

Mrs. Judy McKeen

Mrs. Verna Creager

Mrs. Jocelyn Miller

Mr. John King

Miss Gloria Canovaca

Mrs. Gussie Heard

Mrs. Corine Donaldson

Mr. William Barton

Sgt. Travis Madison

Mr. Professor Hawes

Mrs. Mildred Hughes

Mr. Chappell Howard

Mr. Quincy Williams

Mrs. Ruth Togneri

Mrs. Frances Brice

Mrs. Mary Hankinson

Mr. James Gregory

Mr. George Wells

Dr. Bobbie Byrne

Mr. Thomas Kneece

Mr. James Lower

Mrs. Joyce Powell

Martrell Moody

Mrs. Maye Lott

Mr. Ronald Jameson

Mrs. Mildred Kirkland

Mrs. Giselle Schlifka

Mr. Ellis Newman

Mrs. Charlcie Lombard

Mr. Johnny Williams Sr.

Mrs. Verna Creager

Mrs. Reba Spradley

Mrs. Becky Purvis

Mrs. Johnnie Collins

Mrs. Marilynn Parchen

Ms. Trina Myers

Mr. Joseph Scoggins Jr.

Mrs. Mattie Wiggleton

Mrs. Queen Berry

Mr. Robert Lawrence Jr.

Says lying of leaders a sad example 021299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Claims mayor disrupted meeting 021399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Rap critics of judge in Lively case 021399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Compares Clinton to 'disease carrier' 021299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Cites 'course of conduct' rule's author 021299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Calls senator latest Clinton 'victim' 021299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Senate: Profile in cowardice 021399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blasts criticism of Judge Jennings 021399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Praises, criticizes radio show host 021399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Column: The certainty of God is that pay day will come 021399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Accuses congressmen of being 'evil' 021299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Pass House Bill 387: Expand gun-carry law 021299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Scathes DOT for exit brochure 021399 - The Augusta Chronicle

'Raise Up' libraries 021299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Act of courage 021299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Tryba stuck on 65, leads Buick by one

Detmer may be heading to Browns

English team comes to Augusta for kicks

Babe Ruth's autograph lifted from public records

Overtime: IOC official rips McGwire for using drug

Falcons QBS to appear at Augusta event

Busch GN races more than a training ground

Fishing report: Crappie fishing better than good

While confusion abounds, Tyson collects his fan mail

Dolphins' Thomas stays put

Marcis qualifies for 500, goes after 'idiot' Irvan

Payton's disease progressing at faster rate than expected

Romney hired to lead Salt Lake Olympics from scandal

Garth Brooks to give baseball a try

Warren Moon looks for a team

Sporting goods retailers show off in Atlanta

South Korean member urges IOC to clear him

Elder wins Goody's Dash

Eagles re-sign Mamula to four-year deal

De La Hoya gets a chance to answer a question

Meissnitzer is golden in GS

Earnhardt elated after IROC win

Rodriguez returns to golf after heart attack

Overtime: Second phase of Shootout begins today

Sybase Open default costs Agassi $13,000

NFL holds off Houston, LA once again

Kjus captures fourth world medal

Golf roundup: Journeymen atop leader board at Buick

Earnhardt extends streak

Top prep QB House may wait till June

Edwards will miss all of '99

For U.S. skaters, dance is for the young of heart

With Dierdorf out, 'MNF' may go to a two-man booth

Fresh sounds made new releases worth the wait

New sanctuary gives church high hopes

D&S offers home-style meals

Gear up for big concert year

Christians prepare for season of penitence

Katarina can be very Witt-y

Get the right plants for butterfly watching

Charter members

Sign for God

Hooters has eye-catching items -- on menu

Church bulletin

Garden calendar

Real 'English Patient' was no Nazi

Concert connection

Rocker has to tone it down on the road

Nostalgia carries NBC to opening `sweeps' win

Mini reviews

Club calendar

Energy, wit tie threads of `Shakespeare in Love'

Video reviews

Romance blossoms on Valentine's Day

God says, `You've Got Mail'

Ice show was hot ticket

NBC pulls in TV's utility man, Crenna, for drama

Surprise discovery of possible cancer protector

Romancing the net

Microsoft questioned about ease of downloading

Michigan school district to offer creationism textbooks

AOL not locating center in Georgia

Lack of money might still doom Mir

Seller of domain name gets flowers for life

Click your way to the Liberty Bell and cheesesteaks

Clemson student charged in computer hacking

Scientists create world's finest writing tool

Meat zapping gets approval

AOL, Microsoft deal in focus

Company forecasts weather 12 months in advance

Mir's next commander prepares to be its last

Get your snapshots back on a compact disc

Computer Guy: Putting new power in old Macs