Dodgers edge Braves in poor pitching war

Marge Schott agrees to sell control of Reds

GreenJackets edged in strikeout session

Woman hit in face by wild pitch awarded $2.5 million

White Sox take Mariners

Foreman nears Division II record

Sand Gnats rally to sweep GreenJackets

Wagener-Salley takes region title, 8-7 in extra innings

Smalley leads way once again

Braves notes: Colorado school tragedy struck home for Weiss

To everything there's a season, even for Aaron

Greenbrier one victory away from state

Diamondbacks smooth over Phillies

Bagwell lifts Astros over Cubs

Smoltz' numbers good, but elbow is even better

Marlins end losing streak over Giants

Brewers slip by Cardinals

For Strawberry, no news is good news

Giants blank Marlins

Players suspended for three games

Braves' bats getting hotter

Braves gain win despite bumpy bullpen

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Mattel to close Augusta factory

Mattel to close Augusta factory

SRS job increase unlikely

Secretary's role a special calling

Waste issue extends into rural Georgia
COVINGTON, Ga. -- Chris and Trina Hamlin's new house overlooks a creek stained red with runoff from construction sites. The lot that their one-story stucco home now occupies used to be covered by huge oaks and wild wisteria. Each day, they drive 70 miles back and forth to work in downtown Atlanta.

Mystery shrouds architect death
What was so humiliating to prominent Augusta architect Harry Ten Eyck Wendell that led to his attempted escape from city police and resulted in his death at age 55?

This day in the Millennium: April 21
1649: The Maryland Toleration Act, which provided for freedom of worship for all Christians, was passed by the Maryland assembly.

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1889: The Oklahoma Land Rush began at noon as thousands of homesteaders staked claims.

Augusta fails EPA standard
Augusta city officials should continue bracing for the consequences of being lumped with Atlanta and other air pollution-plagued metropolitan areas, a Georgia environmental official says.

Chelios plays with Butkus-like intensity

NHL steps up pressure to resolve Penguins' bankruptcy

Sabres skate past Senators

Will Flyers be grounded without Lindros?

Stars edge Oilers

Avs won't take Shark's bait

Hill likely out of postseason if Canes advance

Girl claims sexual assault aboard school bus

Officials courting business

Police investigating local link to shooting

Waste issue extends into rural Georgia

Grant aims at eyesore houses

Authorities: I-20 death was suicide

Judge refuses to dismiss child molestation charge

Augusta fails EPA standard

Schools in fear of violence

Driven to anger

Area briefs: Cigarettes targeted by new billboards

Early ending for Mark II theater

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Downtown sparks new trend

Area briefs: Investigators probe suspect's records

Memorial held for students

Area schools tighten security

Boy's death upsets apartment complex

Local legislators split on video gambling

Group seeking donors

Local owner defends his store

Mother recalls 6-year-old son's life

Barnes inks HMO bill across state

Tragedy in Colorado gets attention of area schools

Barnes signs managed-care reform bills at MCG

Shooting casts shadow on teacher's ceremony

Origin of swimsuit sought in murder case

Community seeks answers at prayer vigil

Sexual offender lists checked

New distribution center will hire 50

Public input sought on new proposal

Protecting children is never easy

Past shootings in Augusta-Aiken area schools

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DUI team's tickets goal is decreased

School officials provide safety tips

Charges mount against suspect in crime spree

Local physicians save historic home

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Hot line receives few calls

Men lead easy lives, list shows

One firm picked for sewer deal

Open discussions can ease tension of tragic events

Police find gunshot victim dead on I-20

Peers praise educator

Mystery shrouds architect death

Panel OKs measure on sewer discharge

Avery receives key to the city

That's Principal Michael Jordan, to you

Jordan, Hornets owner trying to work out the details

Hornets defeat Pistons

Pacers take Bucks in OT

Hawks strike from outside against Raptors

Bulls hold back Wizards

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Harvey's Gators' cap said it all

Olazabal's sand wedge gets its own name

Gym Dogs hope to have their day at NCAA championships

Senator says IOC reform steps 'tepid,' asks for monthly updates

Overtime: Forrest may box in televised bout in Augusta

Overtime: Grant's sprained ankle latest setback for Vols

Overtime: Final round of 66 moves Scurlock up

Colorado teams postpone games

Nice weather a nice change at Greensboro

Harvey to play for Gators

Aiken grad stands in long line of greatness

O'Leary penalized by NCAA

Carter's goals keep Greenbrier's state soccer hopes alive

Japan to face Spain in World Youth Championship final

Relief sought for sufferers of sickle cell anemia pain

Simple salmon salad mimics restaurant fare

Small portions

Supplements gaining muscle

Study: Go ahead, have an egg

Researchers study centenarians for clues to longevity

Spacecraft's main antenna stuck

Some satellite TV customers can keep getting network shows

Waste issue extends into rural Georgia

FCC may ease station ownership rules

Life and death are fun issues on Web site

Augusta fails EPA standard

Electronic devise stops grocery cart thefts

Decline in ozone harming chemicals mostly due to drop in one solvent

Mercury contamination standard eased

Study: Drugs are controlling hypertension, preventing heart problems