First Amendment no shield for Rocker's racist comments

Pregnancy is sensitive time for all

Business briefs
NEW YORK -- Technology and media shares led the Nasdaq composite to its biggest point gain ever and the Dow Jones industrials to a new closing high Monday as investors celebrated the $160 billion planned merger of America Online and Time Warner.

Auto firm invades cart turf
Ford's announcement that it will begin marketing an electric golf cart was no surprise Monday to E-Z-Go executives. The company has been expecting it for months, spokesman Ron Skenes said.

Drivers will see new signs
You may have noticed it on the drive home Monday. Interstate exits across the city were assigned new exit numbers as part of a statewide plan to nix the old sequential numbering system for one based on mile markers.

Drivers will see new signs

Auto firm invades cart turf

Business briefs

Grant headed for draft

Xavier edges Rhode Island

Hartford snaps losing streak

Duke defeats Maryland for 11th straight victory

Win over Kentucky won't prove anything to Auburn

Poor shooting plagues Clemson in loss

Auburn women defeat South Carolina

Paine splits games with Morris Brown

Ponders Constitution and calendar

Pass tax refund law

Hits administrator in zoning debate

Disagrees on origin of rectangular flag

Oppose lowering of Savannah River

Clinton: He's back!

Colin Powell smeared

Urges prescription-writing psychologists

Cites 'hatred' against whites, South

Fort Gordon family man named Husband of the Year
Tim Gore sat in his Army fatigues rocking his 5-week-old daughter, Cassidy. She let out a small complaint and then dropped off to sleep.

In the know
ABC has reopened the official contestant hotline for Regis Philbin's Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. The new number: 1-800-433-8321. (Good luck.)

Early detection important to osteoporosis treatment
Q: How can I prevent osteoporosis? -- P.E., Martinez A: According to medical researchers at the University of Texas, more than 25 million Americans suffer from osteoporosis. Women experience osteoporosis more than men, and it can result from a number of factors.

New year, same story: Woods keeps winning

Woods keeps winning

Woods wins fifth straight

Gamecocks drop Jackets' Young

Wideman leads way for Lady Rebels

Josey girls' coach still going strong

Lynx ledger

Maple Leafs sign Clark

Augusta Lynx at the halfway point

Midway through season, Lynx fall short

Pregnancy is sensitive time for all
This time of year papers are always full of photos showing New Year's babies. It's reassuring. Life is going on. Pass out the cigars.

Time Warner being acquired by AOL
NEW YORK -- Time Warner, the world's largest media and entertainment company, is being acquired by America Online for about $166 billion in stock in what would be the biggest corporate merger ever. The merger announced today marks the biggest bet yet that the Internet will be one of the most dominant features in the media landscape of the future. Full story -- The Augusta Chronicle

Truck overturns on Old Savannah Road
Area crews spent Monday morning cleaning up a non-toxic spill after a tanker truck overturned in front of the Procter-Gamble plant in the 3400 block of Old Savannah Road. The tanker, operated by Howard Sheppard Inc., was hauling sodium silicate liquid (also known as liquid glass) for PQ Corporation Specialty Chemical Division, 2430 Doug Barnard Parkway. Although the tank was not ruptured, the wreck did cause a Level 2 spill due to leaking diesel fuel, oil and antifreeze, according to police. Full story -- The Augusta Chronicle

Fort Gordon family man named Husband of the Year

Early detection important to osteoporosis treatment

In the know

Kite weather

Across the area: Board will discuss arming officers
Columbia County school board members may finally approve arming school safety officers with guns.

Across the area: Board will discuss arming officers

Pecan crop rebounds this season

Poll: Character key in candidates

Georgia General Assembly begins

Coach helps youths through gymnastics

Condon advises giving up suspect

Barnes' speech to kick off first week of session
ATLANTA -- Gov. Roy Barnes will be the featured performer this week as the General Assembly kicks off its 2000 session.

Group will assist council with horse complaints

Kite weather
Annalise Eberhard, 6, stands behind her mother, Beth Eberhard, with a not-so-happy expression after her kite broke. The Eberhards live in Aiken.

Tanker truck overturns

Police absolve teen-ager in death investigation

Pecan crop rebounds this season
STATESBORO, Ga. -- Many cooks in the coastal Georgia area paid a little more to make homemade pecan pie this Christmas. But next year should be better because of this year's good harvest.

Coach helps youths through gymnastics
Bob Putz doesn't get a check for coaching anymore. But after nearly every gymnastics session in the gym at the Family Y, he gets paid.

Officers identify body found in trunk
A woman found dead in the trunk of a car last week owed money for drugs to the man who has been charged with killing her, police said Monday.

New chairman calls for vote on sales tax

Tanker truck overturns
Emergency crews spent Monday morning cleaning up a nontoxic spill after a tanker truck overturned in south Richmond County.

Across the area: Truckload of beer crushes, kills man
ALBANY -- A truck driver died when the load of beer he was transporting fell on him while he was changing a tire, Dougherty County Assistant Fire Chief Woody Hart said.

Suspect denies paging victim's beeper
Just before Lori Joe Hastings saw her son for the last time, she received a page from the man accused of killing her, her son told a jury Monday.

Condon advises giving up suspect
COLUMBIA -- Etheridge Kneece's days in South Carolina appear to be numbered.

Leaders to hail soldiers

Georgia General Assembly begins
ATLANTA -- Georgia lawmakers Monday were reminded of the past even as the General Assembly convened for the first session of the 21st century.

Truck overturns on Old Savannah Road

Panel expected to OK arming school officers

Suspect denies paging victim's beeper

Panel mulls manager's fate
AIKEN -- Aiken City Council will meet in executive session today to discuss if H.A. ``Mac'' McClearen should be punished for his role in Robert S. ``Skipper'' Perry's election bid for the state House of Representatives.

Radiation doses small, firm says
The seven Savannah River Site employees contaminated with plutonium in September are expected to receive relatively small doses of radiation from the incident.

Barnes' speech to kick off first week of session

Senator wants to set rules for teacher attire

Across the area: Truckload of beer crushes, kills man

Governor to request more health care funding

Group will assist council with horse complaints
IKEN -- The next time a resident complains of the odor of horse manure coming from a neighbor's property, Aiken City Council will have help counting the flies.

Panel expected to OK arming school officers
If the tentative vote last month is any indication, Columbia County school board members may finally give their approval to arming school safety officers with guns.

College chancellor announces retirement
AIKEN -- Robert E. Alexander, chancellor of the University of South Carolina Aiken, is stepping down after 17 years at the local campus.

Poll: Character key in candidates
COLUMBIA -- South Carolina Democrats and Republicans agree on the importance of the moral character of their presidential candidates.

Senator wants to set rules for teacher attire
AIKEN -- When Debbie Stephens opens her closet door to dress for work each morning, being comfortable is the only thought that comes to her mind.

Storm leaves residents wet, frustrated
Flooded out and frustrated, Augusta's Chelsea Drive residents said the pool of standing water left by Monday morning's storm is a headache they have to endure too often.

Co-workers save man's life

Leaders to hail soldiers
South Korean government officials will come to Augusta in two weeks to honor the area's war heroes who fought -- and some who gave their lives -- in the Korean War.

Panel mulls manager's fate

New chairman calls for vote on sales tax
When Pat Farr first became chairman of the Columbia County Commission in 1995, he helped lead the push for a 1 cent local option sales tax.

College chancellor announces retirement

Police absolve teen-ager in death investigation
A 14-year-old Augusta boy is off the hook after being found riding in a car with a dead body, authorities said Sunday.

Co-workers save man's life
At first, Wesley Counsell thought it was a prank as he walked up to sales manager Greg Barrett at Noland Co.

Governor to request more health care funding
ATLANTA -- Gov. Roy Barnes will ask the General Assembly today to earmark $87 million from a nationwide tobacco settlement this year to improve health-care delivery, according to budget documents released Monday.

Abdur-Rahim scores 29 in Grizzlies win

Rodman eyes NBA return

Bulls lose two guards, pick up another two

Cowboys' mediocre season could cause shake-up

Miami's defense dominating again

Long run ahead for Redskins defense

Carruth in court facing new charge

Sale of coachless Jets nears

Healthy Smith makes Vikings even more dangerous

Miami's road jinx ends at Kingdome

George throws 3 TD passes in Vikings' win

Manning tests Titans' new fan base

Mr. Leon Oliver
AIKEN -- Mr. Leon ``Mush'' Oliver, 85, of East Boundary, died Thursday, Jan. 6, 2000, at University Hospital, Augusta.

Mrs. Mary Lane
DUBLIN, Ga. -- Mrs. Mary Keller Lane, 74, died Saturday, Jan. 8, 2000, at Fairview Park Hospital.

Mrs. Venera Green
BLYTHE -- Mrs. Venera J. Green, 68, died Saturday, Jan. 8, 2000, at her residence.

Mr. Tommie Thompson
SAN DIEGO -- Mr. Tommie Thompson, 40, of LaSena Avenue, died Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2000, at Paradise Valley Hospital.

Mr. Frank Adams
SAVANNAH -- Mr. Frank L. Adams, 70, of Trafford Lane, died Monday, Jan. 10, 2000, at Candler Hospital.

Mrs. Juanita Touchstone
Mrs. Juanita Marie Touchstone, 71, of Broad Street, died Sunday, Jan. 9, 2000, at Windemere Nursing Home.

Mrs. Wynelle Davis
TENNILLE, Ga. -- Mrs. Wynelle C. Davis, 88, died Saturday, Jan. 8, 2000, at Washington Regional Medical Center, Sandersville.

Mr. Grover Poole
CLOVIS, N.M. -- Mr. Grover Curtis Poole, 64, of Diamondhead Drive, died Friday, Jan. 7, 2000, at Plains Regional Medical Center.

Mr. Herman Miller
WRIGHTSVILLE, Ga. -- Mr. Herman Franklin Miller, 76, died Sunday, Jan. 9, 2000, at Oconee Regional Hospital, Milledgeville.

Mrs. Helen Hutto
Mrs. Helen Amelia Smith Hutto, 88, of Henry Street, died Friday, Jan. 7, 2000, at University Hospital.

Mrs. Elizabeth Booth
Mrs. Elizabeth T. Booth, 89, of Hickory Drive, Evans, died Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2000, at Doctors Hospital.

Mr. J.C Cooper
KITE, Ga. -- Mr. J.C. Cooper, 82, died Monday, Jan. 10, 2000, at the Emanuel Medical Center.

Mrs. Helen Downs
MITCHELL, Ga. -- Mrs. Helen Pulliam Downs, 76, of Georgia Highway 102 West, died Monday, Jan. 10, 2000, at Gibson Health and Rehabilitation Center.

Mrs. Mildred Neely
Mrs. Mildred Roof Neely, 81, died Saturday, Jan. 8, 2000, at University Hospital.

Mrs. Pearl Campbell
LANGLEY -- Mrs. Pearl Cochran Campbell, 79, of Cemetery Road, died Saturday, Jan. 8, 2000, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers.

Mrs. Wynelle Davis
TENNILLE, Ga. -- Mrs. Wynelle C. Davis, 88, died Saturday, Jan. 8, 2000, at Washington Regional Medical Center, Sandersville.

Mrs. Jerolene Albright
WRENS, Ga. -- Mrs. Jerolene Brown Albright, 77, of Brown's Lane, died Saturday, Jan. 8, 2000, at St. Joseph Hospital, Augusta.

Mr. Patrick Joyner
OLAR, S.C. -- Mr. Patrick H. Joyner, 77, died Sunday, Jan. 9, 2000, in Aiken.

Mr. Rupert Miller Jr.
SANDERSVILLE, Ga. -- Mr. Rupert M. Miller Jr., 78, of McIntyre Street, died Saturday, Jan. 8, 2000, at Toombsboro Nursing Home.

Mr. Tommy Moore
SWAINSBORO, Ga. -- Mr. Tommy ``Tom'' Moore, 56, of South Racetrack Street, died Thursday, Jan. 6, 2000, at Medical College of Georgia Hospital, Augusta.

Mr. William Stiver
HEPHZIBAH -- Mr. William Henry Stiver, 82, died Sunday, Jan. 9, 2000, at Georgia War Veterans Nursing Home.

Mr. Rufus Lane
DUBLIN, Ga. -- Mr. Rufus L. Lane, 77, died Thursday, Jan. 6, 2000.

Mrs. Juanita Fountain
HEPHZIBAH, Ga. -- Mrs. Juanita Lillian Fountain, 65, of Peach Orchard Road, died Monday, Jan. 10, 2000.

Mrs. Mary Lane
DUBLIN, Ga. -- Mrs. Mary Keller Lane, 74, died Saturday, Jan. 8, 2000, at Fairview Park Hospital.

Miss Dorothy Law
Miss Dorothy E. Law, 85, of Evans, died Sunday, Jan. 9, 2000, at Westwood Nursing Home.

Mr. Rupert Miller Jr.
SANDERSVILLE, Ga. -- Mr. Rupert M. Miller Jr., 78, of McIntyre Street, died Saturday, Jan. 8, 2000, at Toombsboro Nursing Home.

Mrs. Delores Underwood
EDGEWATER, Fla. -- Mrs. Delores Jean Sapp Underwood, 64, of India Palm Drive, died Wednesday, Dec. 22, 1999.

Mrs. Elizabeth Booth
Mrs. Elizabeth T. Booth, 89, of Hickory Drive, Evans, died Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2000, at Doctors Hospital.

Mr. George Porter
HARLEM -- Mr. George Robert ``Hoss'' Porter, 47, of Carlene Drive, died Saturday, Jan. 8, 2000, at Jefferson County Hospital.

Mr. George Porter
HARLEM -- Mr. George Robert ``Hoss'' Porter, 47, of Carlene Drive, died Saturday, Jan. 8, 2000, at Jefferson County Hospital.

Mrs. Mildred Neely
Mrs. Mildred Roof Neely, 81, died Saturday, Jan. 8, 2000, at University Hospital.

Mrs. Jeannette Bailie
Mrs. Jeannette W. Bailie died Saturday, Jan. 8, 2000, at her residence.

Mr. Tommy Moore
SWAINSBORO, Ga. -- Mr. Tommy ``Tom'' Moore, 56, of South Racetrack Street, died Thursday, Jan. 6, 2000, at Medical College of Georgia Hospital, Augusta.

Mrs. Maxine Roach
AMELIA ISLAND, Fla. -- Mrs. Maxine M. Hyer Roach, 74, died Sunday, Jan. 9, 2000, at St. Luke's Hospital, Jacksonville.

Mrs. Grace Duffie
Mrs. Grace E. Duffie, 83, died Sunday, Jan. 9, 2000, at Windermere Nursing Home.

Mr. Robert Hannah
WRENS, Ga. -- Mr. Robert Willie ``Hamp'' Hannah, 71, of Matthews Street, died Sunday, Jan. 9, 2000, at his residence.

Rev. Roy McTier Sr.
ATLANTA -- The Rev. Roy McTier Sr. died Sunday, Jan. 9, 2000, at Emory University Hospital at the age of 100.

Mrs. Annie Crawford
Mrs. Annie I. Crawford, 90, died Sunday, Jan. 9, 2000, at St. Joseph Hospital.

Mrs. Georgene DuBose
Mrs. Georgene H. DuBose, 87, of Cadden Road, died Sunday, Jan. 9, 2000, at University Hospital.

Mr. James Hicks
Mr. James Marion ``Bo'' Hicks, 80, died Monday, Jan. 10, 2000, at St. Joseph Hospital.

Mr. Marcelo Rodriguez
Mr. Marcelo P. Rodriguez, 72, died Saturday, Jan. 8, 2000, at Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers.

Mr. James English
STAPLETON, Ga. -- Mr. James Lawrence English, sheriff of Glascock County, died Sunday, Jan. 9, 2000, at University Hospital. He was 82.

Mr. Patrick Joyner
OLAR, S.C. -- Mr. Patrick H. Joyner, 77, died Sunday, Jan. 9, 2000, in Aiken.

Mrs. Mary Denard
WASHINGTON, Ga. -- Mrs. Mary Possie Danner Denard, 76, of Danburg Road, died Monday, Jan. 10, 2000, at Wills Memorial Hospital.

Mr. Rufus Lane
DUBLIN, Ga. -- Mr. Rufus L. Lane, 77, died Thursday, Jan. 6, 2000.

Mykaela Monge
Mykaela Vivianna Monge, of Grovetown, infant daughter of Tasha Thomas and Oscar Monge, died Friday, Jan. 7, 2000, at Doctors Hospital.

Mrs. Evelyn Lewis
WARRENTON, Ga. -- Mrs. Evelyn C. Lewis, 85, of Hudson Street, died Thursday, Jan. 6, 2000, at her residence.

Mr. George Loomis
AIKEN -- Mr. George James Loomis, 78, of Landing Drive, died Monday, Jan. 10, 2000, at his residence.

Mr. Earnest Lamb Sr.
HARLEM -- Mr. Earnest Lamb Sr., of Stone Street, died Friday, Jan. 7, 2000, at Medical College of Georgia Hospital.

Mr. Kenneth French
AIKEN -- Mr. Kenneth W. French, former plant manager at Savannah River Site, died Sunday, Jan. 9, 2000. Mr. French, a resident of Summit Drive, was 85.

Mr. George Porter

Mykaela Monge

Mrs. Georgene DuBose

Mrs. Venera Green

Mrs. Helen Hutto

Mr. Rufus Lane

Mr. James Hicks

Mrs. Mildred Neely

Mr. J.C Cooper

Mrs. Elizabeth Booth

Mr. Robert Hannah

Mrs. Mary Lane

Mr. Frank Adams

Mr. George Porter

Mr. Earnest Lamb Sr.

Mrs. Pearl Campbell

Mr. James English

Mrs. Elizabeth Booth

Mr. Tommy Moore

Mr. Herman Miller

Mrs. Annie Crawford

Mr. William Stiver

Mrs. Delores Underwood

Mrs. Evelyn Lewis

Mr. Tommie Thompson

Mrs. Wynelle Davis

Mr. Marcelo Rodriguez

Mrs. Wynelle Davis

Mrs. Juanita Touchstone

Mr. Rufus Lane

Mr. Grover Poole

Mr. Rupert Miller Jr.

Miss Dorothy Law

Mr. Rupert Miller Jr.

Mrs. Mary Denard

Mr. Tommy Moore

Mrs. Maxine Roach

Mrs. Grace Duffie

Mr. Leon Oliver

Mrs. Mary Lane

Mr. Patrick Joyner

Pass tax refund law
Taxes are one issue over which Republicans and Democrats usually clash, but on the Augusta-Richmond County legislative delegation there appears to be strong bipartisan support for a tax refund measure that state Rep. Robin Williams, R-Augusta, will be introducing.

Urges prescription-writing psychologists
A proposal in the Georgia Legislature would give prescription-writing authority to specially-trained, licensed psychologists. The major reason psychologists are seeking additional training and authority to prescribe is to provide quality care for their patients. This will avoid the usual necessity of having the patient see two professionals if they are on medication. Treatment would be more integrated and wholistic. Prescription privileges for psychologists would result in significant cost savings and stop the inconvenient and, at times, painful necessity of telling one's story again. Jeffrey M. Brandsma, Ph.D., Augusta

Cites 'hatred' against whites, South
The biggest enemy the African-American has is his hate for the white male. He is letting that control him. The Confederate flag is only a piece of cloth. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People announced a South Carolina boycott (over the capitol flag), and that just a few poor blacks would suffer. Why should any suffer? ... Chlody D. Meadows, Beech Island

Disagrees on origin of rectangular flag
In response to Joseph Meyer's Dec. 17 letter: Mr. Meyers is correct that the Confederate battle flag was perfectly square. He also said the rectangular flag atop the South Carolina capitol evolved through white supremacists in the 1960s during a period of extreme racism. On this point he is wrong. James Isdell, Augusta

Oppose lowering of Savannah River
Re the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers decommissioningselling the dam: Pamela E. Ham, Augusta

Wants America to turn back to God
There is a major problem in our society today. Most of it is the result of the examples from top ranking officials and leaders. Those are the ones who are out there in the light and in the news all the time -- the ones that people see the most. They are the ones who have little to no self-respect, no morals, no backbone, no principles, no concern for families, fairness or justice. Their only concerns are for themselves, and how much money they can get their hands on any way they can. Glen Reynolds, Grovetown

Colin Powell smeared
Political operative Donna Brazile was fired from Michael Dukakis' 1988 presidential campaign for spreading rumors that George Bush had an extra-marital affair. Now she has resurfaced to run Vice President Al Gore's presidential campaign.

Remembers model for Charlie Brown
All my life I have read the Peanuts comic strip. It's a wonderful story about a kid who constantly fails, but is still loved by everyone. He never does anything right, his kite never flies, he is never able to kick a football, and his own dog doesn't even behave for him. What is it about this seemingly depressing story that gives the character his appeal? Why is he so loved? What about him makes him so special? Lee Catherine Booker, Augusta

Urges protection of Savannah River
I am writing this letter out of concern for two cities that I love. Almost everything in the way of progress for many years has been centered around the Savannah River and I am concerned for the beauty and many attractions of the river and canals in Augusta and North Augusta. Lucy A. Walters, North Augusta

Greenspan redux
The equity markets have gotten off to a rough start in the new year. But they would be a lot rougher if Alan Greenspan had not been renominated for a fourth term as chairman of the Federal Reserve Board.

Ponders Constitution and calendar
I heard on the news that pitcher John Rocker of the Atlanta Braves is being ordered to undergo psychological tests just for speaking his mind. Wow! ``If your viewpoints don't agree with mine then you must be crazy.'' This is ``political correctness'' run amok! What's next, re-education camps like in Red China? What happened to our collective right to speak our minds and our defending to the end our right to do so? M. Davis, Langley

Clinton: He's back!
As the presidential primary season opens, President Clinton is reminding the nation that he's still boss. But he's the same old boss with the same old bromides. It remains to be seen how much, if any, his lame duck status hurts.

Equity funding fiasco?
Senate Majority Leader Charles Walker, D-Ga., in discussing Gov. Roy Barnes' education reforms last week, said ``equity funding'' will be a key element. He described that as having every school district in the state receive the same level of local funding.

Hits administrator in zoning debate
I am very disappointed with the Edgefield County Council. I sincerely thought that, once Council received the proposed zoning ordinance, the citizens of Edgefield would receive a fair chance to discuss alternatives to zoning. I see now how very wrong I was. Bernadette Hudson, North Augusta

Hamed gives up WBC title

Slap by his trainer helps boxer triumph

Woods keeps winning

Park City's Pack wins in front of enthusiastic fans

Overtime: Hudson bids for Olympic Trials berth

Overtime: '900' bowlers to compete in college series

Golden Spike Tour adds to 2000 schedule

AOL-Time Warner merger shouldn't affect teams

Judge agrees to unseal evidence in IBF case

Ford says electric vehicles coming from Th!nk division
DETROIT -- Ford Motor Co., the company that put the world on wheels powered by gasoline, will soon sell a plastic-body car, a golf cart and bicycles -- all driven by electricity.

Company reports progress in DNA mapping
WASHINGTON -- A Maryland company announced Monday it has sequenced DNA that accounts for 90 percent of the human genetic pattern, another step as private laboratories and government scientists race to map all the human genes.

Mexican capital boasts of best pollution record in a decade
MEXICO CITY -- Mexico City had its cleanest year of the decade in 1999, the government announced in newspaper advertisements Sunday. According to the city government, smog levels forced declaration of an emergency only three times -- covering five days -- during the year. The best previous year during the decade had been 1996, when there were 10 emergencies covering 34 days.

Microsoft, Barnes & Noble to provide e-books
SEATTLE -- Microsoft Corp. and Barnes & Noble Inc. plan to develop and market electronic books using Microsoft's new ``ClearType'' technology.

Ultra-Orthodox rabbis ban Internet use
JERUSALEM -- Leading ultra-Orthodox Jewish rabbis have banned their followers from using the Internet out of concern that Web links may lead them into the profane.

Radiation doses small, firm says
The seven Savannah River Site employees contaminated with plutonium in September are expected to receive relatively small doses of radiation from the incident.

Automakers, Internet companies announce partnerships
DETROIT -- The world's two largest automakers announced new alliances with Internet companies Sunday, the latest in a string of deals between the online world and major corporations.

Attorney general envisions global 'cybercops'
STANFORD, Calif. -- Attorney General Janet Reno wants authorities to form a global, round-the-clock anti-cybercrime network to stop Internet lawbreakers.

Web surfing now possible for the blind
WASHINGTON -- Charlie Crawford's computer access to the Internet helps him complete a couple of months' work in a couple of days. That would not be so unusual in today's high-tech environment, but Crawford has been blind for 30 years.

Laws help protect teens on the job

Xtreme fashion

Teen jobs offer money, responsibility
Squeezed between school, athletics and extracurricular activities, teens are going for the green -- money that is.

Teen jobs offer money, responsibility

Xtreme fashion
Rebecca Brown, 16, a junior at Evans High School.

Xtreme calendar
Does the name Erin McQuatters ring a bell? She's the Augusta girl who won last year's Chanel/Seventeen New Model of the Year Contest and is currently signed with Elite, a top modeling agency.

Laws help protect teens on the job
It is estimated that 80 percent of all students will work sometime during high school, according to the Georgia Department of Labor.

Work a fact of life for some

Work a fact of life for some
Few adults have the option of not working in today's world. Most teens don't have to work to survive, but many do so for a variety of reasons. For most, the driving force is simple: money.

Xtreme calendar

Microsoft, Barnes & Noble to provide e-books

Ultra-Orthodox rabbis ban Internet use

Automakers, Internet companies announce partnerships

Mexican capital boasts of best pollution record in a decade

Web surfing now possible for the blind

Attorney general envisions global 'cybercops'