Death of pope boosts sales for 'Angels and Demons'
NEW YORK - The death of Pope John Paul II has boosted interest in "The Da Vinci Code" novelist Dan Brown, an author who has been attacked by a leading cardinal for offending the Catholic church.

The terror of storytelling in 'The Pillowman'
NEW YORK - "There are no happy endings in real life," says the put-upon writer in "The Pillowman," Martin McDonagh's nightmarish hallucination of a play expertly realized in a mesmerizing production that opened Sunday at Broadway's Booth Theatre.

History of polio traced in new exhibit

The terror of storytelling in 'The Pillowman'

History of polio traced in new exhibit

Choreographer Bill T. Jones wins $50,000 Wexner Prize
NEW YORK - Choreographer Bill T. Jones has been awarded the 12th Wexner Prize, the Wexner Center for the Arts announced Monday.

Death of pope boosts sales for 'Angels and Demons'

History of polio traced in new exhibit
WASHINGTON - Devastating outbreaks of "infantile paralysis," the disease that crippled 39-year-old Franklin Roosevelt, panicked many American parents of the mid-1900s until Jonas Salk announced a successful vaccine in 1955. Most victims were small children.

History of polio traced in new exhibit
WASHINGTON - Devastating outbreaks of "infantile paralysis," the disease that crippled 39-year-old Franklin Roosevelt, panicked many American parents of the mid-1900s until Jonas Salk announced a successful vaccine in 1955. Most victims were small children.

Death of pope boosts sales for 'Angels and Demons'
NEW YORK - The death of Pope John Paul II has boosted interest in "The Da Vinci Code" novelist Dan Brown, an author who has been attacked by a leading cardinal for offending the Catholic church.

The terror of storytelling in 'The Pillowman'
NEW YORK - "There are no happy endings in real life," says the put-upon writer in "The Pillowman," Martin McDonagh's nightmarish hallucination of a play expertly realized in a mesmerizing production that opened Sunday at Broadway's Booth Theatre.

History of polio traced in new exhibit
WASHINGTON - Devastating outbreaks of "infantile paralysis," the disease that crippled 39-year-old Franklin Roosevelt, panicked many American parents of the mid-1900s until Jonas Salk announced a successful vaccine in 1955. Most victims were small children.

History of polio traced in new exhibit
WASHINGTON - Devastating outbreaks of "infantile paralysis," the disease that crippled 39-year-old Franklin Roosevelt, panicked many American parents of the mid-1900s until Jonas Salk announced a successful vaccine in 1955. Most victims were small children.

Death of pope boosts sales for 'Angels and Demons'
NEW YORK - The death of Pope John Paul II has boosted interest in "The Da Vinci Code" novelist Dan Brown, an author who has been attacked by a leading cardinal for offending the Catholic church.

Evans' rally beats Greenbrier
Kyle Wilkerson went hitless in his first four at bats Tuesday at Evans. After his fifth trip to the plate, he got slapped on the head by his teammates about a dozen times.

Red Sox hammer Yankees
BOSTON - Bostonians who never thought they'd live to see the Red Sox win it all witnessed another first in the franchise's recently refurbished lore: The New York Yankees applauding as their rivals collected the spoils of their World Series championship.

Evans' rally beats Greenbrier

Red Sox hammer Yankees
BOSTON - Bostonians who never thought they'd live to see the Red Sox win it all witnessed another first in the franchise's recently refurbished lore: The New York Yankees applauding as their rivals collected the spoils of their World Series championship.

Marlins defeat Phillies
MIAMI - A.J. Burnett pitched an eight-hitter and the Florida Marlins' fickle offense came alive against perennial patsy Randy Wolf to beat the Philadelphia Phillies 8-2 Tuesday.

Marlins defeat Phillies
MIAMI - A.J. Burnett pitched an eight-hitter and the Florida Marlins' fickle offense came alive against perennial patsy Randy Wolf to beat the Philadelphia Phillies 8-2 Tuesday.

Evans' rally beats Greenbrier
Kyle Wilkerson went hitless in his first four at bats Tuesday at Evans. After his fifth trip to the plate, he got slapped on the head by his teammates about a dozen times.

Marlins defeat Phillies
MIAMI - A.J. Burnett pitched an eight-hitter and the Florida Marlins' fickle offense came alive against perennial patsy Randy Wolf to beat the Philadelphia Phillies 8-2 Tuesday.

Red Sox hammer Yankees

Marlins defeat Phillies

Cross Creek's Egan adds to his resume
Greenbrier's Ed Williams conveyed the thought of every manager who's seen Cross Creek play baseball this season.

Masters visitors showed surprising faith in newspaper

Wrecked motorcycle hanging in a tree: art or nuisance?
RALEIGH, N.C. - Harley-Davidson enthusiast Richard Woodworth has an unusual piece of art in his back yard, and it's causing him quite a headache with the city of Raleigh.

Candidate blames stolen signs on 'Chappelle Show'
JACKSON, Miss. - City council candidate Rick James says having the same name as the late funk legend is no laughing matter - his campaign signs have been stolen or defaced because of a popular sketch on Comedy Central's "Chappelle's Show."

Wrecked motorcycle hanging in a tree: art or nuisance?
RALEIGH, N.C. - Harley-Davidson enthusiast Richard Woodworth has an unusual piece of art in his back yard, and it's causing him quite a headache with the city of Raleigh.

Odds and Ends
TOKYO - Loud music apparently came between two neighbors in Japan - almost continuously for more than two years.

Odds and Ends
TOKYO - Loud music apparently came between two neighbors in Japan - almost continuously for more than two years.

Bizarre photos
David Rain, the band director at Norwood-Young America High School, balances a bass fiddle on his chin, Sunday, April 10, 2005, in Minneapolis, during auditions for David Letterman's stupid pet tricks and stupid human tricks.

Candidate blames stolen signs on 'Chappelle Show'
JACKSON, Miss. - City council candidate Rick James says having the same name as the late funk legend is no laughing matter - his campaign signs have been stolen or defaced because of a popular sketch on Comedy Central's "Chappelle's Show."

Odds and Ends
TOKYO - Loud music apparently came between two neighbors in Japan - almost continuously for more than two years.

Bizarre photos
David Rain, the band director at Norwood-Young America High School, balances a bass fiddle on his chin, Sunday, April 10, 2005, in Minneapolis, during auditions for David Letterman's stupid pet tricks and stupid human tricks.

This alarm clock won't sit still
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Before you hit the snooze button a second time on this alarm clock, you'll have to hunt it down.

This alarm clock won't sit still
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Before you hit the snooze button a second time on this alarm clock, you'll have to hunt it down.

Candidate blames stolen signs on 'Chappelle Show'
JACKSON, Miss. - City council candidate Rick James says having the same name as the late funk legend is no laughing matter - his campaign signs have been stolen or defaced because of a popular sketch on Comedy Central's "Chappelle's Show."

Candidate blames stolen signs on 'Chappelle Show'
JACKSON, Miss. - City council candidate Rick James says having the same name as the late funk legend is no laughing matter - his campaign signs have been stolen or defaced because of a popular sketch on Comedy Central's "Chappelle's Show."

Braves' bats beginning to heat up

Braves' bats come alive

Braves' bats come alive
ATLANTA - A brief, yet important message for those concerned about Atlanta's offense, or lack thereof thus far in the young season:

Washington rains on Atlanta
ATLANTA - The depressing, cold downpour could not have fallen at a more appropriate time. And the eye of the rapidly developing storm seemed to be centered over the head of Atlanta Braves closer Dan Kolb.

Washington rains on Atlanta
ATLANTA - The depressing, cold downpour could not have fallen at a more appropriate time. And the eye of the rapidly developing storm seemed to be centered over the head of Atlanta Braves closer Dan Kolb.

Braves' bats beginning to heat up
ATLANTA - The news came as a complete shock.

Braves' bats beginning to heat up
ATLANTA - The news came as a complete shock.

Braves' bats come alive
ATLANTA - A brief, yet important message for those concerned about Atlanta's offense, or lack thereof thus far in the young season:

Washington rains on Atlanta

New projects for area include luxury hotel

Company: potential theft of online information worse than thought
LONDON - Up to 10 times as many people as originally thought may have had their profiles stolen from a LexisNexis database in the United States, publisher and data broker Reed Elsevier Group PLC said Tuesday.

Disney hones Internet strategy with preschool offering

Fed policy-makers debated more aggressive interest hikes
WASHINGTON - Federal Reserve policy-makers, concerned about inflation, debated last month whether to signal the possibility that they might move more aggressively to raise interest rates, according to minutes of their March meeting released Tuesday.

Taxpayers rush for help as deadline approaches
It's crunch time for taxpayers. The deadline for filing taxes is Friday night, and many people still haven't filled out their returns - creating a bottleneck at several area tax service offices.

Microsoft to offer sneak peak of new Xbox via MTV
REDMOND, Wash. - Microsoft Corp. will offer video game fans a first peek at the new version of its Xbox game console during a half-hour MTV broadcast, part of a marketing deal.

Crude prices fall after forecast of slower demand growth

Trade deficit hits all-time high in February
WASHINGTON - The U.S. trade deficit, exacerbated by surging imports of oil and textiles, soared to an all-time high of $61.04 billion in February.

Trade deficit hits all-time high in February
WASHINGTON - The U.S. trade deficit, exacerbated by surging imports of oil and textiles, soared to an all-time high of $61.04 billion in February.

Company: potential theft of online information worse than thought
LONDON - Up to 10 times as many people as originally thought may have had their profiles stolen from a LexisNexis database in the United States, publisher and data broker Reed Elsevier Group PLC said Tuesday.

Crude prices continue fall; output increase possible
VIENNA, Austria - Crude futures prices slumped Monday, as OPEC pondered raising its official production level by half a million barrels a day starting next month to help meet an anticipated demand surge in the second half of the year.

Microsoft to offer sneak peak of new Xbox via MTV

Fed policy-makers debated more aggressive interest hikes

Disney hones Internet strategy with preschool offering
LOS ANGELES - The Walt Disney Co. is expanding its broadband offerings for kids, adding activities for preschoolers and planning a second multiplayer online game aimed at teens.

Microsoft to offer sneak peak of new Xbox via MTV
REDMOND, Wash. - Microsoft Corp. will offer video game fans a first peek at the new version of its Xbox game console during a half-hour MTV broadcast, part of a marketing deal.

Plant could bring 100 jobs

Taxpayers rush for help as deadline approaches

Developer starts to see dream become reality
Henry Forero's love for south Augusta is taking shape.

Trade deficit hits all-time high in February

New projects for area include luxury hotel
South Augusta soon might have a luxury hotel. Plans for the Village at Goshen call for a 100- to 200-room hotel overlooking a man-made lake at the 44-acre development.

Fed policy-makers debated more aggressive interest hikes
WASHINGTON - Federal Reserve policy-makers, concerned about inflation, debated last month whether to signal the possibility that they might move more aggressively to raise interest rates, according to minutes of their March meeting released Tuesday.

Company: potential theft of online information worse than thought
LONDON - Up to 10 times as many people as originally thought may have had their profiles stolen from a LexisNexis database in the United States, publisher and data broker Reed Elsevier Group PLC said Tuesday.

Developer starts to see dream become reality
Henry Forero's love for south Augusta is taking shape.

Crude prices fall after forecast of slower demand growth
VIENNA, Austria - Crude futures fell nearly $2 a barrel Tuesday on the heels of a revised forecast from the International Energy Agency for slowing growth in oil demand this year.

China urged to end piracy
BEIJING - A U.S. trade official called on China to jail product counterfeiters, warning an audience of Chinese business students Monday that rampant piracy was ruining their economy.

Fed policy-makers debated more aggressive interest hikes
WASHINGTON - Federal Reserve policy-makers, concerned about inflation, debated last month whether to signal the possibility that they might move more aggressively to raise interest rates, according to minutes of their March meeting released Tuesday.

Crude prices fall after forecast of slower demand growth
VIENNA, Austria - Crude futures fell nearly $2 a barrel Tuesday on the heels of a revised forecast from the International Energy Agency for slowing growth in oil demand this year.

Federal budget deficit narrows in March
WASHINGTON - The government ran a deficit of $71.23 billion in March, down significantly from the record amount of red ink recorded in February.

Microsoft to offer sneak peak of new Xbox via MTV

Microsoft to offer sneak peak of new Xbox via MTV
REDMOND, Wash. - Microsoft Corp. will offer video game fans a first peek at the new version of its Xbox game console during a half-hour MTV broadcast, part of a marketing deal.

Plant could bring 100 jobs
AIKEN - An Ohio family announced plans Monday to spend more than $7 million on a metal manufacturing plant in Aiken that could mean up to 100 new jobs.

Crude prices continue fall; output increase possible
VIENNA, Austria - Crude futures prices slumped Monday, as OPEC pondered raising its official production level by half a million barrels a day starting next month to help meet an anticipated demand surge in the second half of the year.

New projects for area include luxury hotel

Developer starts to see dream become reality
Henry Forero's love for south Augusta is taking shape.

Developer starts to see dream become reality

Taxpayers rush for help as deadline approaches
It's crunch time for taxpayers. The deadline for filing taxes is Friday night, and many people still haven't filled out their returns - creating a bottleneck at several area tax service offices.

Crude prices continue fall; output increase possible

New projects for area include luxury hotel
South Augusta soon might have a luxury hotel. Plans for the Village at Goshen call for a 100- to 200-room hotel overlooking a man-made lake at the 44-acre development.

Fed policy-makers debated more aggressive interest hikes

Developer starts to see dream become reality
Henry Forero's love for south Augusta is taking shape.

Developer starts to see dream become reality

New projects for area include luxury hotel
South Augusta soon might have a luxury hotel. Plans for the Village at Goshen call for a 100- to 200-room hotel overlooking a man-made lake at the 44-acre development.

Federal budget deficit narrows in March
WASHINGTON - The government ran a deficit of $71.23 billion in March, down significantly from the record amount of red ink recorded in February.

Company: potential theft of online information worse than thought
LONDON - Up to 10 times as many people as originally thought may have had their profiles stolen from a LexisNexis database in the United States, publisher and data broker Reed Elsevier Group PLC said Tuesday.

Crude prices fall after forecast of slower demand growth
VIENNA, Austria - Crude futures fell nearly $2 a barrel Tuesday on the heels of a revised forecast from the International Energy Agency for slowing growth in oil demand this year.

Crude prices fall after forecast of slower demand growth
VIENNA, Austria - Crude futures fell nearly $2 a barrel Tuesday on the heels of a revised forecast from the International Energy Agency for slowing growth in oil demand this year.

New projects for area include luxury hotel
South Augusta soon might have a luxury hotel. Plans for the Village at Goshen call for a 100- to 200-room hotel overlooking a man-made lake at the 44-acre development.

Fed policy-makers debated more aggressive interest hikes
WASHINGTON - Federal Reserve policy-makers, concerned about inflation, debated last month whether to signal the possibility that they might move more aggressively to raise interest rates, according to minutes of their March meeting released Tuesday.

Microsoft to pay Gateway $150 million in settlement
REDMOND, Wash. - Microsoft Corp., the world's biggest software maker, has agreed to pay Gateway Inc. $150 million over four years to settle a legal dispute and the companies will work together on the marketing and development of Gateway personal computing products.

Microsoft to offer sneak peak of new Xbox via MTV
REDMOND, Wash. - Microsoft Corp. will offer video game fans a first peek at the new version of its Xbox game console during a half-hour MTV broadcast, part of a marketing deal.

Disney hones Internet strategy with preschool offering
LOS ANGELES - The Walt Disney Co. is expanding its broadband offerings for kids, adding activities for preschoolers and planning a second multiplayer online game aimed at teens.

Trade deficit hits all-time high in February
WASHINGTON - The U.S. trade deficit, exacerbated by surging imports of oil and textiles, soared to an all-time high of $61.04 billion in February.

Plant could bring 100 jobs
AIKEN - An Ohio family announced plans Monday to spend more than $7 million on a metal manufacturing plant in Aiken that could mean up to 100 new jobs.

Company: potential theft of online information worse than thought

Filing is as fun as fillings for many
WASHINGTON - How unpleasant is it to fill out federal tax forms? Unpleasant enough that Americans are about evenly divided when asked whether they'd prefer a trip to the dentist.

Crude prices fall after forecast of slower demand growth

Trade deficit hits all-time high in February

Company: potential theft of online information worse than thought

Trade deficit hits all-time high in February
WASHINGTON - The U.S. trade deficit, exacerbated by surging imports of oil and textiles, soared to an all-time high of $61.04 billion in February.

NBA could beckon for Tar Heels stars

Blood test results can motivate
Because research shows that medical reasons are one of the greatest motivators for getting into shape, I thought that seeing the dangers behind your blood test numbers might help you make some healthy changes.

Tiger roars back
The rest of the world may be ravaged by turmoil and confusion, but all is right in the serene world of golf.

Osama of the Hills
Eric Rudolph's murderous actions were totally senseless. And so is anyone who has the least inkling of sympathy for him.

The Polarizing Express
They're loaded with tons of steel and cargo. They're traveling at sometimes high speed. They're absolutely incapable of changing directions.

The Polarizing Express
They're loaded with tons of steel and cargo. They're traveling at sometimes high speed. They're absolutely incapable of changing directions.

The Polarizing Express

Osama of the Hills
Eric Rudolph's murderous actions were totally senseless. And so is anyone who has the least inkling of sympathy for him.

Toward more justice
Give the new Republican-led General Assembly credit this year for passing historic criminal justice legislation that Georgia's district attorneys have been urging for more than 10 years.

Tiger roars back
The rest of the world may be ravaged by turmoil and confusion, but all is right in the serene world of golf.

Osama of the Hills

The Polarizing Express
They're loaded with tons of steel and cargo. They're traveling at sometimes high speed. They're absolutely incapable of changing directions.

Tiger roars back

Osama of the Hills

Toward more justice
Give the new Republican-led General Assembly credit this year for passing historic criminal justice legislation that Georgia's district attorneys have been urging for more than 10 years.

Toward more justice

The Polarizing Express
They're loaded with tons of steel and cargo. They're traveling at sometimes high speed. They're absolutely incapable of changing directions.

The Polarizing Express

Osama of the Hills
Eric Rudolph's murderous actions were totally senseless. And so is anyone who has the least inkling of sympathy for him.

Osama of the Hills
Eric Rudolph's murderous actions were totally senseless. And so is anyone who has the least inkling of sympathy for him.

Mother who won lawsuit agains Jackson testifies
SANTA MARIA, Calif. - The mother of a boy who received millions from Michael Jackson in a lawsuit more than a decade ago told jurors Monday that Jackson pleaded with her to allow her son to sleep with him during visits to his Neverland ranch and on trips to Las Vegas, Florida and Europe.

Mother who won lawsuit agains Jackson testifies
SANTA MARIA, Calif. - The mother of a boy who received millions from Michael Jackson in a lawsuit more than a decade ago told jurors Monday that Jackson pleaded with her to allow her son to sleep with him during visits to his Neverland ranch and on trips to Las Vegas, Florida and Europe.

People in the News
NEW YORK - Foxy Brown says she didn't beat up two nail salon workers over a $20 pedicure - and her toes are worth more than that anyway.

People in the News
TAMPA, Fla. - Real estate millionaire Chris Shelton, a contestant on NBC's "The Apprentice," was arrested on a disorderly conduct charge.

Celebs go for 'esoteric' books in annual list
GARDINER, Maine - Celebrities leaned toward specialized, somewhat abstruse subjects - and Huck Finn - as they listed their favorite books for 2005 in the annual "Who Reads What List?"

Celebs go for 'esoteric' books in annual list
GARDINER, Maine - Celebrities leaned toward specialized, somewhat abstruse subjects - and Huck Finn - as they listed their favorite books for 2005 in the annual "Who Reads What List?"

Stepfather of Jackson accuser says the family was offered gifts
SANTA MARIA, Calif. - The stepfather of Michael Jackson's accuser testified Tuesday that after the broadcast of a damaging TV documentary about Jackson, an associate of the pop star offered the family a college education and a house.

Stepfather of Jackson accuser says the family was offered gifts
SANTA MARIA, Calif. - The stepfather of Michael Jackson's accuser testified Tuesday that after the broadcast of a damaging TV documentary about Jackson, an associate of the pop star offered the family a college education and a house.

Stepfather of Jackson accuser says the family was offered gifts
SANTA MARIA, Calif. - The stepfather of Michael Jackson's accuser testified Tuesday that after the broadcast of a damaging TV documentary about Jackson, an associate of the pop star offered the family a college education and a house.

People in the News
NEW YORK - Foxy Brown says she didn't beat up two nail salon workers over a $20 pedicure - and her toes are worth more than that anyway.

People in the News
NEW YORK - Foxy Brown says she didn't beat up two nail salon workers over a $20 pedicure - and her toes are worth more than that anyway.

Stepfather of Jackson accuser says the family was offered gifts
SANTA MARIA, Calif. - The stepfather of Michael Jackson's accuser testified Tuesday that after the broadcast of a damaging TV documentary about Jackson, an associate of the pop star offered the family a college education and a house.

People in the News
NEW YORK - Foxy Brown says she didn't beat up two nail salon workers over a $20 pedicure - and her toes are worth more than that anyway.

People in the News
TAMPA, Fla. - Real estate millionaire Chris Shelton, a contestant on NBC's "The Apprentice," was arrested on a disorderly conduct charge.

Poll: Americans say taxes too complicated
WASHINGTON - Most Americans think federal income taxes are too complicated, but they're not eager to simplify tax preparation by getting rid of some deductions and tax credits, according to an AP-Ipsos poll.

Poll: Americans say taxes too complicated
WASHINGTON - Most Americans think federal income taxes are too complicated, but they're not eager to simplify tax preparation by getting rid of some deductions and tax credits, according to an AP-Ipsos poll.

Poll: Americans say taxes too complicated

Majority of taxpayers filing electronically for first time
WASHINGTON - The Internal Revenue Service reports receiving more than 80 million tax returns as of April 1, slightly less than the number sent this time last year.

Poll: Americans say taxes too complicated
WASHINGTON - Most Americans think federal income taxes are too complicated, but they're not eager to simplify tax preparation by getting rid of some deductions and tax credits, according to an AP-Ipsos poll.

Poll: Americans say taxes too complicated

Annuity-insurance pair could help some
NEW YORK - An investing technique that can safely boost your income while increasing your children or grandchildren's inheritance may sound too good to be true.

Majority of taxpayers filing electronically for first time

Annuity-insurance pair could help some

Annuity-insurance pair could help some
NEW YORK - An investing technique that can safely boost your income while increasing your children or grandchildren's inheritance may sound too good to be true.

Majority of taxpayers filing electronically for first time
WASHINGTON - The Internal Revenue Service reports receiving more than 80 million tax returns as of April 1, slightly less than the number sent this time last year.

Poll: Americans say taxes too complicated
WASHINGTON - Most Americans think federal income taxes are too complicated, but they're not eager to simplify tax preparation by getting rid of some deductions and tax credits, according to an AP-Ipsos poll.

Majority of taxpayers filing electronically for first time

Food briefs

Small bites
The Orthodox Union says its 2005 "OU Guide for Kosher for Passover Foods" for Jewish households is available across the country. This edition of Jewish Action magazine comes out annually and lists domestic items that are acceptable for Passover use.

Small bites

Delicious vegetarian recipes for chili and corn bread

Quick and easy low-fat chicken tenders
This chicken dish offers a fresh, satisfying meal that keeps within a low-fat definition - only about 8 grams of fat per serving - and stir-frying it means it's quick and easy to make.

Quick and easy low-fat chicken tenders

Quick and easy low-fat chicken tenders
This chicken dish offers a fresh, satisfying meal that keeps within a low-fat definition - only about 8 grams of fat per serving - and stir-frying it means it's quick and easy to make.

Easy to make Cod Livornese

Small bites
The Orthodox Union says its 2005 "OU Guide for Kosher for Passover Foods" for Jewish households is available across the country. This edition of Jewish Action magazine comes out annually and lists domestic items that are acceptable for Passover use.

Small bites
The Orthodox Union says its 2005 "OU Guide for Kosher for Passover Foods" for Jewish households is available across the country. This edition of Jewish Action magazine comes out annually and lists domestic items that are acceptable for Passover use.

Kosher cookbook writer extols joys of entertaining
NEW YORK - Hospitality has always been a part of the Passover tradition, Susie Fishbein reminds us. Jews on their last night in Egypt were told to invite a neighbor to join them if necessary, to make sure they consumed all the meat of the offering they were commanded to eat, she explains in her 2003 cookbook, "Kosher by Design."

Delicious vegetarian recipes for chili and corn bread
CONCORD, N.H. - This one is for Gen Y. According to the stereotypes promulgated by the trend watchers, these funky 20-somethings never manage time to cook, yet insist their food be fresh and fast - and preferably ethnic.

Small bites
The Orthodox Union says its 2005 "OU Guide for Kosher for Passover Foods" for Jewish households is available across the country. This edition of Jewish Action magazine comes out annually and lists domestic items that are acceptable for Passover use.

Food briefs
Getting a cut while preparing food happens all too often, according to research done by Seal-On, a first-aid products company. Here are some knife-safety tips from Dr. Richard O'Brien, emergency medicine specialist:

Food briefs
Getting a cut while preparing food happens all too often, according to research done by Seal-On, a first-aid products company. Here are some knife-safety tips from Dr. Richard O'Brien, emergency medicine specialist:

Kosher cookbook writer extols joys of entertaining
NEW YORK - Hospitality has always been a part of the Passover tradition, Susie Fishbein reminds us. Jews on their last night in Egypt were told to invite a neighbor to join them if necessary, to make sure they consumed all the meat of the offering they were commanded to eat, she explains in her 2003 cookbook, "Kosher by Design."

Easy to make Cod Livornese
Dinner in less than half an hour does not need to be a hurried job that sacrifices freshness, nutrition and taste. Here's a stylish example of a main dish that serves up plenty of flavor and goodness in just about 30 minutes.

Potato kugel is easy and creamy, for Passover and beyond
Preparing food for Passover meals can be a major preoccupation, as cooks focus on emptying pantries and refrigerators of certain foods to make their homes kosher for Passover. This directly affects the recipes that can be used, of course.

Delicious vegetarian recipes for chili and corn bread
CONCORD, N.H. - This one is for Gen Y. According to the stereotypes promulgated by the trend watchers, these funky 20-somethings never manage time to cook, yet insist their food be fresh and fast - and preferably ethnic.

Easy to make Cod Livornese
Dinner in less than half an hour does not need to be a hurried job that sacrifices freshness, nutrition and taste. Here's a stylish example of a main dish that serves up plenty of flavor and goodness in just about 30 minutes.

Get a taste of spring with a lemony bread pudding
Bread pudding is a classic, a favorite comfort food that's rightly welcome through the colder seasons. But as the seasons change, desserts can also try on a new flavor, matching the desire for a sunny change of taste.

Food briefs

Food briefs
Getting a cut while preparing food happens all too often, according to research done by Seal-On, a first-aid products company. Here are some knife-safety tips from Dr. Richard O'Brien, emergency medicine specialist:

Potato kugel is easy and creamy, for Passover and beyond

Easy to make Cod Livornese
Dinner in less than half an hour does not need to be a hurried job that sacrifices freshness, nutrition and taste. Here's a stylish example of a main dish that serves up plenty of flavor and goodness in just about 30 minutes.

Quick and easy low-fat chicken tenders
This chicken dish offers a fresh, satisfying meal that keeps within a low-fat definition - only about 8 grams of fat per serving - and stir-frying it means it's quick and easy to make.

Delicious vegetarian recipes for chili and corn bread
CONCORD, N.H. - This one is for Gen Y. According to the stereotypes promulgated by the trend watchers, these funky 20-somethings never manage time to cook, yet insist their food be fresh and fast - and preferably ethnic.

Easy to make Cod Livornese
Dinner in less than half an hour does not need to be a hurried job that sacrifices freshness, nutrition and taste. Here's a stylish example of a main dish that serves up plenty of flavor and goodness in just about 30 minutes.

Delicious vegetarian recipes for chili and corn bread

Potato kugel is easy and creamy, for Passover and beyond
Preparing food for Passover meals can be a major preoccupation, as cooks focus on emptying pantries and refrigerators of certain foods to make their homes kosher for Passover. This directly affects the recipes that can be used, of course.

Get a taste of spring with a lemony bread pudding
Bread pudding is a classic, a favorite comfort food that's rightly welcome through the colder seasons. But as the seasons change, desserts can also try on a new flavor, matching the desire for a sunny change of taste.

Quick and easy low-fat chicken tenders
This chicken dish offers a fresh, satisfying meal that keeps within a low-fat definition - only about 8 grams of fat per serving - and stir-frying it means it's quick and easy to make.

Kosher cookbook writer extols joys of entertaining
NEW YORK - Hospitality has always been a part of the Passover tradition, Susie Fishbein reminds us. Jews on their last night in Egypt were told to invite a neighbor to join them if necessary, to make sure they consumed all the meat of the offering they were commanded to eat, she explains in her 2003 cookbook, "Kosher by Design."

Food briefs
Getting a cut while preparing food happens all too often, according to research done by Seal-On, a first-aid products company. Here are some knife-safety tips from Dr. Richard O'Brien, emergency medicine specialist:

Delicious vegetarian recipes for chili and corn bread
CONCORD, N.H. - This one is for Gen Y. According to the stereotypes promulgated by the trend watchers, these funky 20-somethings never manage time to cook, yet insist their food be fresh and fast - and preferably ethnic.

Kosher cookbook writer extols joys of entertaining

Potato kugel is easy and creamy, for Passover and beyond
Preparing food for Passover meals can be a major preoccupation, as cooks focus on emptying pantries and refrigerators of certain foods to make their homes kosher for Passover. This directly affects the recipes that can be used, of course.

Small bites

Easy to make Cod Livornese

Quick and easy low-fat chicken tenders

Wie to play PGA Tour again
Michelle Wie accepted a sponsor's exemption Monday to play in the John Deere Classic, the second time this year the 15-year-old from Hawaii will take her promising game to the PGA Tour.

Cink comfortable in winner's blazer
Early this week, before he has to hit the ceremonial opening drive at the MCI Heritage or even seen the Harbour Town Golf Links, Stewart Cink will pull on his champion's blazer.

Wie to play PGA Tour again
Michelle Wie accepted a sponsor's exemption Monday to play in the John Deere Classic, the second time this year the 15-year-old from Hawaii will take her promising game to the PGA Tour.

A comparison of Woods and Nicklaus in the majors
AUGUSTA, Ga. - Perceptions of Tiger Woods can change quickly when he's wearing a green jacket.

Wie to play PGA Tour again

Upcoming Events

Raising the bar one more time
Make room for another Tiger Woods entry in the Masters Tournament record book un-der the "age of champions" category.

Duel ended with poor Sunday play

Upcoming Events
Upcoming events in the world of golf:

Cink comfortable in winner's blazer

Raising the bar one more time

A comparison of Woods and Nicklaus in the majors

A comparison of Woods and Nicklaus in the majors

A comparison of Woods and Nicklaus in the majors
AUGUSTA, Ga. - Perceptions of Tiger Woods can change quickly when he's wearing a green jacket.

A comparison of Woods and Nicklaus in the majors
AUGUSTA, Ga. - Perceptions of Tiger Woods can change quickly when he's wearing a green jacket.

Upcoming Events
Upcoming events in the world of golf:

Raising the bar one more time
Make room for another Tiger Woods entry in the Masters Tournament record book un-der the "age of champions" category.

Cink comfortable in winner's blazer
Early this week, before he has to hit the ceremonial opening drive at the MCI Heritage or even seen the Harbour Town Golf Links, Stewart Cink will pull on his champion's blazer.

A comparison of Woods and Nicklaus in the majors
AUGUSTA, Ga. - Perceptions of Tiger Woods can change quickly when he's wearing a green jacket.

Duel ended with poor Sunday play
Order was restored to a certain extent at Augusta National Golf Club when Tiger Woods collected his fourth green jacket.

Duel ended with poor Sunday play
Order was restored to a certain extent at Augusta National Golf Club when Tiger Woods collected his fourth green jacket.

NHL and players' association to meet next week

NHL and players' association to meet next week
NEW YORK - When NHL labor talks resume, a new plan will be up for discussion that attempts to blend elements from both sides' vision of how players will be paid.

NHL and players' association to meet next week

NHL and players' association to meet next week
NEW YORK - When NHL labor talks resume, a new plan will be up for discussion that attempts to blend elements from both sides' vision of how players will be paid.

NHL and players' association to meet next week
NEW YORK - When NHL labor talks resume, a new plan will be up for discussion that attempts to blend elements from both sides' vision of how players will be paid.

NHL and players' association to meet next week
NEW YORK - When NHL labor talks resume, a new plan will be up for discussion that attempts to blend elements from both sides' vision of how players will be paid.

Malaysian dish is full of flavor
Although Japanese, Chinese and Thai cuisines are popular throughout the United States, the subtle dishes of Malaysia are not well known.

Malaysian dish is full of flavor
Although Japanese, Chinese and Thai cuisines are popular throughout the United States, the subtle dishes of Malaysia are not well known.

Malaysian dish is full of flavor
Although Japanese, Chinese and Thai cuisines are popular throughout the United States, the subtle dishes of Malaysia are not well known.

Malaysian dish is full of flavor
Although Japanese, Chinese and Thai cuisines are popular throughout the United States, the subtle dishes of Malaysia are not well known.

Malaysian dish is full of flavor

Malaysian dish is full of flavor

Masters visitors showed surprising faith in newspaper
The tournament is over, so we get our town back. No more worries about overcrowded restaurants and alternate routes to work.

Masters visitors showed surprising faith in newspaper
The tournament is over, so we get our town back. No more worries about overcrowded restaurants and alternate routes to work.

Stanko waives extradition to South Carolina
An ex-convict captured in Augusta on Tuesday and wanted in connection with the deaths of two people in South Carolina waived extradition in Magistrate Court proceedings this afternoon.

Storm warning issued for Burke County
The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for Burke County.

Subject of manhunt is arrested in Augusta
A nationwide search for slaying suspect Stephen Stanko has ended in Augusta , according to the U.S. Marshals Service.

Editorial was just another smear
Like crabs trapped in a bucket, The Augusta Chronicle continues its efforts to smear any local black leaders that do not cater to its beck and call - and, in doing so, prevents Augusta from progressing and hurts everyone, both black and white alike ("Without representation," April 9 editorial).James Walton, Augusta

Thinking on jail is misguided

Hanoi Jane needs to let it lie

Voting majority is proud of Walker
The Augusta Chronicle article April 7 ("Walker didn't vote on 18 bills during session") and editorial April 9 ("Without representation") have even some of state Sen. Charles Walker's detractors saying enough is enough. Tracy E. Williams Jr., Augusta

Editorial was just another smear
Like crabs trapped in a bucket, The Augusta Chronicle continues its efforts to smear any local black leaders that do not cater to its beck and call - and, in doing so, prevents Augusta from progressing and hurts everyone, both black and white alike ("Without representation," April 9 editorial).James Walton, Augusta

Restaurant's music is disruptive
I don't understand why a person in local government would give a permit to the Wild Wing Cafe on Washington Road to play excessively loud music.R.D. McDonald, Augusta

Letter was unfair toward hospice
The April 4 letter from Gary J. Heffner ("Hospice isn't all about selfless care") troubled me. Kimberly Shaw Ball, Grovetown

Issues point way to one-party rule
Your editorial on John Bolton ("Bolton for ambassador," April 6) was a little surprising. You seem to think that Democrats should roll over and play dead for George W. Bush, because he won the election. Vernon Johnson, Mesena

Editorial was just another smear
Like crabs trapped in a bucket, The Augusta Chronicle continues its efforts to smear any local black leaders that do not cater to its beck and call - and, in doing so, prevents Augusta from progressing and hurts everyone, both black and white alike ("Without representation," April 9 editorial).James Walton, Augusta

Issues point way to one-party rule
Your editorial on John Bolton ("Bolton for ambassador," April 6) was a little surprising. You seem to think that Democrats should roll over and play dead for George W. Bush, because he won the election. Vernon Johnson, Mesena

Editorial was just another smear

Restaurant's music is disruptive
I don't understand why a person in local government would give a permit to the Wild Wing Cafe on Washington Road to play excessively loud music.R.D. McDonald, Augusta

Voting majority is proud of Walker
The Augusta Chronicle article April 7 ("Walker didn't vote on 18 bills during session") and editorial April 9 ("Without representation") have even some of state Sen. Charles Walker's detractors saying enough is enough. Tracy E. Williams Jr., Augusta

Editorial was just another smear
Like crabs trapped in a bucket, The Augusta Chronicle continues its efforts to smear any local black leaders that do not cater to its beck and call - and, in doing so, prevents Augusta from progressing and hurts everyone, both black and white alike ("Without representation," April 9 editorial).James Walton, Augusta

Hospice workers are able professionals
In response to Gary J. Heffner's letter April 4 regarding hospice ("Hospice isn't all about selfless care"):

Restaurant's music is disruptive
I don't understand why a person in local government would give a permit to the Wild Wing Cafe on Washington Road to play excessively loud music.R.D. McDonald, Augusta

Voting majority is proud of Walker
The Augusta Chronicle article April 7 ("Walker didn't vote on 18 bills during session") and editorial April 9 ("Without representation") have even some of state Sen. Charles Walker's detractors saying enough is enough. Tracy E. Williams Jr., Augusta

Thinking on jail is misguided
The proposal for a judicial center and jail additions is a slap in the face to the property owners and voters of Richmond County.Harry Sellers, Hephzibah

Restaurant's music is disruptive

Editorial was just another smear

Voting majority is proud of Walker

Hanoi Jane needs to let it lie
It has turned a little frosty in hell. Not completely frozen over, but frosty. The Augusta Chronicle had an editorial I agreed with.Bob Comer, Hephzibah

Hospice workers are able professionals
In response to Gary J. Heffner's letter April 4 regarding hospice ("Hospice isn't all about selfless care"):

Restaurant's music is disruptive

Thinking on jail is misguided
The proposal for a judicial center and jail additions is a slap in the face to the property owners and voters of Richmond County.Harry Sellers, Hephzibah

Hospice workers are able professionals

Restaurant's music is disruptive
I don't understand why a person in local government would give a permit to the Wild Wing Cafe on Washington Road to play excessively loud music.R.D. McDonald, Augusta

Hanoi Jane needs to let it lie
It has turned a little frosty in hell. Not completely frozen over, but frosty. The Augusta Chronicle had an editorial I agreed with.Bob Comer, Hephzibah

Study: genetic breast cancer counseling shunned by black women

Winners of the Jefferson Muzzle awards announced

Opportunities to help others are overflowing

Living briefs

Seniors Calendar

Health and fitness calendar

New dolls reflect the children playing with them

'Quiet' rock concert raises awareness of hearing loss

College consortium in bid to bolster cybersecurity

New dolls reflect the children playing with them

College consortium in bid to bolster cybersecurity

Study: genetic breast cancer counseling shunned by black women

Winners of the Jefferson Muzzle awards announced
RICHMOND, Va. - The Federal Communications Commission and the motion-picture rating board are among the 2005 winners of the Jefferson Muzzle awards, given for perceived squelching of free expression.

College consortium in bid to bolster cybersecurity
BERKELEY, Calif. - Experts from a consortium of colleges will lead a far-reaching effort to keep the nation's computer data safe from cyberattack, the National Science Foundation announced Monday.

Health and fitness calendar
The health and fitness calendar is a listing of support groups, activities and lectures.

Opportunities to help others are overflowing
National Volunteer Week kicks off Sunday, and for Augusta residents with altruism in their hearts, opportunities abound to lend a hand.

Living briefs
Can you find a ming vase among a mountain of refuse? If you're a master of the yard sale, and you're willing to share your secrets, we want to talk with you.

New dolls reflect the children playing with them
NEW YORK - The doll aisle of most toy stores is full of pretty, perky, plastic girls, mostly with porcelain white skin and long, smooth blond hair. They wear expressions that say they always have a good time - and who wouldn't in a make-believe world of makeup, Corvettes, surfboards and cell phones?

Living briefs
We're looking for 'Hitchhikers' fansThe answer is "42" - do you know what the question is? The Augusta Chronicle is looking for fans of the classic sci-fi satire the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, which opens in theaters Spril 29.

College consortium in bid to bolster cybersecurity
BERKELEY, Calif. - Experts from a consortium of colleges will lead a far-reaching effort to keep the nation's computer data safe from cyberattack, the National Science Foundation announced Monday.

New dolls reflect the children playing with them
NEW YORK - The doll aisle of most toy stores is full of pretty, perky, plastic girls, mostly with porcelain white skin and long, smooth blond hair. They wear expressions that say they always have a good time - and who wouldn't in a make-believe world of makeup, Corvettes, surfboards and cell phones?

'Quiet' rock concert raises awareness of hearing loss
CLEVELAND - Mick Fleetwood sometimes has to lean over at the dinner table and concentrate on what somebody is saying a few feet away.

Nation's first bookmobile marks 100th anniversary
HAGERSTOWN, Md. - The nation's first bookmobile celebrated its 100th anniversary at a party Monday, marking an evolution from a humble buggy with a few hundred books to full-sized buses offering thousands of books and other services.

Study: genetic breast cancer counseling shunned by black women
CHICAGO - Black women with a family history of breast cancer are much less likely than whites to get genetic counseling, in part because of the mistaken notion that the genetic form of the illness is a white woman's disease, researchers say.

Study: genetic breast cancer counseling shunned by black women
CHICAGO - Black women with a family history of breast cancer are much less likely than whites to get genetic counseling, in part because of the mistaken notion that the genetic form of the illness is a white woman's disease, researchers say.

New dolls reflect the children playing with them
NEW YORK - The doll aisle of most toy stores is full of pretty, perky, plastic girls, mostly with porcelain white skin and long, smooth blond hair. They wear expressions that say they always have a good time - and who wouldn't in a make-believe world of makeup, Corvettes, surfboards and cell phones?

Study: genetic breast cancer counseling shunned by black women
CHICAGO - Black women with a family history of breast cancer are much less likely than whites to get genetic counseling, in part because of the mistaken notion that the genetic form of the illness is a white woman's disease, researchers say.

College consortium in bid to bolster cybersecurity
BERKELEY, Calif. - Experts from a consortium of colleges will lead a far-reaching effort to keep the nation's computer data safe from cyberattack, the National Science Foundation announced Monday.

Seniors Calendar
The Seniors Calendar lists items of interest to senior citizens. Call the service agencies for information. To list your activity, write to Seniors Calendar, The Augusta Chronicle, P.O. Box 1928, Augusta, GA 30903-1928. Send a fax to 722-7403 or e-mail to feature@augustachronicle.com. Include the name and number of a contact person.

'Quiet' rock concert raises awareness of hearing loss
CLEVELAND - Mick Fleetwood sometimes has to lean over at the dinner table and concentrate on what somebody is saying a few feet away.

Opportunities to help others are overflowing
National Volunteer Week kicks off Sunday, and for Augusta residents with altruism in their hearts, opportunities abound to lend a hand.

Winners of the Jefferson Muzzle awards announced
RICHMOND, Va. - The Federal Communications Commission and the motion-picture rating board are among the 2005 winners of the Jefferson Muzzle awards, given for perceived squelching of free expression.

'Quiet' rock concert raises awareness of hearing loss
CLEVELAND - Mick Fleetwood sometimes has to lean over at the dinner table and concentrate on what somebody is saying a few feet away.

Nation's first bookmobile marks 100th anniversary
HAGERSTOWN, Md. - The nation's first bookmobile celebrated its 100th anniversary at a party Monday, marking an evolution from a humble buggy with a few hundred books to full-sized buses offering thousands of books and other services.

Winners of the Jefferson Muzzle awards announced
RICHMOND, Va. - The Federal Communications Commission and the motion-picture rating board are among the 2005 winners of the Jefferson Muzzle awards, given for perceived squelching of free expression.

Study: genetic breast cancer counseling shunned by black women
CHICAGO - Black women with a family history of breast cancer are much less likely than whites to get genetic counseling, in part because of the mistaken notion that the genetic form of the illness is a white woman's disease, researchers say.

Seniors Calendar
The Seniors Calendar lists items of interest to senior citizens. Call the service agencies for information. To list your activity, write to Seniors Calendar, The Augusta Chronicle, P.O. Box 1928, Augusta, GA 30903-1928. Send a fax to 722-7403 or e-mail to feature@augustachronicle.com. Include the name and number of a contact person.

Living briefs
We're looking for 'Hitchhikers' fans The answer is "42" - do you know what the question is? The Augusta Chronicle is looking for fans of the classic sci-fi satire the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, which opens in theaters Spril 29.

Living briefs
We're looking for 'Hitchhikers' fans The answer is "42" - do you know what the question is? The Augusta Chronicle is looking for fans of the classic sci-fi satire the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, which opens in theaters Spril 29.

New dolls reflect the children playing with them
NEW YORK - The doll aisle of most toy stores is full of pretty, perky, plastic girls, mostly with porcelain white skin and long, smooth blond hair. They wear expressions that say they always have a good time - and who wouldn't in a make-believe world of makeup, Corvettes, surfboards and cell phones?

College consortium in bid to bolster cybersecurity
BERKELEY, Calif. - Experts from a consortium of colleges will lead a far-reaching effort to keep the nation's computer data safe from cyberattack, the National Science Foundation announced Monday.

Health and fitness calendar
The health and fitness calendar is a listing of support groups, activities and lectures.

Across South Carolina
MYRTLE BEACH - Authorities are continuing to look for a 15-year-old North Carolina high school student who disappeared Saturday while swimming in the ocean.

Officials hunt way to aid transitions
Officials from state and federal labor and veterans' agencies are meeting in downtown Augusta this week to discuss the best way to help those in combat boots move into civilian work shoes.

Across South Carolina
MYRTLE BEACH - Authorities are continuing to look for a 15-year-old North Carolina high school student who disappeared Saturday while swimming in the ocean.

Across the area
Augusta voters will get a chance in June to say whether they want to pay for a judicial center, jail additions and a sports arena at the Regency Mall site.

Rants and Raves
Comments from readers:

Illustrators help land bone marrow donors
Alissa Hogan is a little squeamish about seeing her own blood, but when called upon for a good cause she can conjure up an attractive way to look at it.

Liberal label doesn't stick to some professors

Across the area

Tattling won't profit pupils
Few principals support a cash reward system for pupils who tattle on classmates who have weapons or drugs.

Kid of the Day
Imani Joi Thomas is today's Kid of the Day.

Fugitive search ends in Augusta
Another national manhunt ends in Augusta. For the second time in less than a month, a high-profile criminal case led law enforcement to the streets of the Garden City.

Across Georgia

Six percent rise in tuition predicted
ATLANTA - College students at public institutions are unlikely to see a double-digit increase in tuition next year, but the average increase at the state's schools could end up being about 6.5 percent, Chancellor Tom Meredith said this week.

Officials hunt way to aid transitions

Parents view revised plan
AIKEN - Gwen Spivey's child will remain at Hammond Hill Elementary next year, the school the second-grader has attended since kindergarten.

Officials consider park-and-ride service

Pupils learn ways to avoid online predators

Officials consider park-and-ride service
Unlike other bus systems across the state, Columbus' METRA Transit controls the downtown parking decks in its city, in the process putting thousands of dollars back into public transportation.

Supporters attend Mass for Schiavo
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Bob and Mary Schindler, the parents of Terri Schiavo, visited Jacksonville on Tuesday to celebrate their daughter's life and thank local supporters of their unsuccessful fight to prevent her death.

Airport work alters access

Injection challenge goes unheard
Judge J. Carlisle Overstreet denied a motion to challenge the constitutionality of lethal injection Tuesday, but he left the door open for a future challenge on behalf of Cedric Beals, should he be found guilty and sentenced to death.

Across the area

Plan allows vacant sites to be spared
Owners of vacant Richmond County structures might soon be spared having to demolish or repair their properties.

Law requires restitution

Storm warning issued for Burke County
The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for Burke County.

Officials consider park-and-ride service
Unlike other bus systems across the state, Columbus' METRA Transit controls the downtown parking decks in its city, in the process putting thousands of dollars back into public transportation.

Utility makes final pitch
ATLANTA - State regulators who will decide soon what customers pay on their natural gas bills have vastly different plans to weigh on whether rates should go up.

Rants and Raves
Comments from readers:

Across the area
Authorities have identified the man found Sunday in a North Augusta swamp, Aiken County Coroner Tim Carlton said.

Illustrators help land bone marrow donors
Alissa Hogan is a little squeamish about seeing her own blood, but when called upon for a good cause she can conjure up an attractive way to look at it.

Ex-member blasts board
A one-time Columbia County school board member chastised his former peers Tuesday about their recent decision to award a building contract to a company that initially didn't submit a required subcontractor's list.

Liberal label doesn't stick to some professors
ATHENS, Ga. - Think all college professors are liberal? Maybe not at the University of Georgia. A recently published study shows that an overwhelming majority of American college professors classify themselves as liberal.

Critic wants cleanup sign gone

Six percent rise in tuition predicted
ATLANTA - College students at public institutions are unlikely to see a double-digit increase in tuition next year, but the average increase at the state's schools could end up being about 6.5 percent, Chancellor Tom Meredith said this week.

Illustrators help land bone marrow donors

Utility makes final pitch
ATLANTA - State regulators who will decide soon what customers pay on their natural gas bills have vastly different plans to weigh on whether rates should go up.

News you can use
Events scheduled for this week include:

Across the area
Authorities have identified the man found Sunday in a North Augusta swamp, Aiken County Coroner Tim Carlton said.

Rants and Raves
Comments from readers:

Property values will change
Augusta commissioners asked for preliminary information on this year's property-tax digest only to learn Monday that there is none yet.

Six percent rise in tuition predicted

Police seek man in bank robbery
AIKEN - Security Federal Bank on Richland Avenue was robbed Monday - the second time in less than six months.

News you can use

Law requires restitution
DOUGLASVILLE, Ga. - Criminal offenders will have to repay their victims for the damages they cause under a bill signed into state law Monday.

Liberal label doesn't stick to some UGA professors
ATHENS, Ga. - Think all college professors are liberal? Maybe not at the University of Georgia. A recently published study shows that an overwhelming majority of American college professors classify themselves as liberal.

Group blasts protest proposal
ATLANTA - Some of Gov. Sonny Perdue's harshest political critics say the free speech rights of all Georgians are in jeopardy because of a proposed policy change pending before the agency that oversees the state's parks and historic sites.

Genetic test aids cancer patients

Genetic test aids cancer patients
Jelina Tindall shouted, "Praise the Lord," when she found out she wouldn't have to undergo chemotherapy for her breast cancer.

Property values will change

Rants and Raves
Comments from readers:

Police seek man in bank robbery

Subject of manhunt is arrested in Augusta
A nationwide search for slaying suspect Stephen Stanko has ended in Augusta , according to the U.S. Marshals Service.

Across Georgia

Young artists ace drawings of Masters
Kids love Tiger Woods. At least that's the impression you get from looking at the Masters Tournament artwork brought in Monday at National Hills Elementary School.

Across South Carolina

Ex-member blasts board
A one-time Columbia County school board member chastised his former peers Tuesday about their recent decision to award a building contract to a company that initially didn't submit a required subcontractor's list.

Airport work alters access
As construction on Augusta's new airport terminal kicks off this week, passengers won't exactly be ducking beams and stepping over holes in the floor.

Liberal label doesn't stick to some UGA professors
ATHENS, Ga. - Think all college professors are liberal? Maybe not at the University of Georgia. A recently published study shows that an overwhelming majority of American college professors classify themselves as liberal.

Market secures spot for 2nd year
Augusta's downtown farmers market has found fertile ground on Macarten Street, where it will soon open for the second year in a row.

Officials consider park-and-ride service
Unlike other bus systems across the state, Columbus' METRA Transit controls the downtown parking decks in its city, in the process putting thousands of dollars back into public transportation.

Ex-member blasts board
A one-time Columbia County school board member chastised his former peers Tuesday about their recent decision to award a building contract to a company that initially didn't submit a required subcontractor's list.

Illustrators help land bone marrow donors
Alissa Hogan is a little squeamish about seeing her own blood, but when called upon for a good cause she can conjure up an attractive way to look at it.

News you can use
Activities and entertainment events scheduled for this week include:

Airport work alters access
As construction on Augusta's new airport terminal kicks off this week, passengers won't exactly be ducking beams and stepping over holes in the floor.

Critic wants cleanup sign gone
AIKEN - The white scribbles of spray paint have been cleaned from a sign that was vandalized in downtown Aiken last week.

Rants and Raves
Comments from readers:

Across Georgia
ATLANTA - State agriculture officials have added to the list of sausage products to be pulled from store shelves after scientists found a potentially harmful bacteria in a sample.

Market secures spot for 2nd year
Augusta's downtown farmers market has found fertile ground on Macarten Street, where it will soon open for the second year in a row.

Officials expect increase in burning as ban nears
ATLANTA - Pollen isn't the only thing that will be causing many Georgians to cough this month.

Kid of the Day
Hailey Marie Prickett is today's Kid of the Day.

Pupils learn ways to avoid online predators
When Erin Jarrett enters an online chat room, she is often asked for her A/S/L. She admits she sometimes provides it.

News you can use

Parents view revised plan
AIKEN - Gwen Spivey's child will remain at Hammond Hill Elementary next year, the school the second-grader has attended since kindergarten.

Across South Carolina
COLUMBIA - Two South Carolina soldiers were killed when an Army helicopter crashed in Afghanistan last week, and another is listed as missing, the Defense Department said Monday.

Rally to celebrate survival
For those who survived sexual assaults and those who think it only happens to someone else, Thursday will provide a celebration and learning experience.

Across Georgia
LAWRENCEVILLE - The Gwinnett County judge in the case of a Dacula dentist accused of killing his wife is reviewing whether to make a gag order tougher.

Kid of the Day
Imani Joi Thomas is today's Kid of the Day.

Across the area
Augusta voters will get a chance in June to say whether they want to pay for a judicial center, jail additions and a sports arena at the Regency Mall site.

Informant shies from spotlight
Dana Putnam wouldn't want to be called a hero, her parents said.

News you can use
Events scheduled for this week include:

Airport work alters access
As construction on Augusta's new airport terminal kicks off this week, passengers won't exactly be ducking beams and stepping over holes in the floor.

Law requires restitution
DOUGLASVILLE, Ga. - Criminal offenders will have to repay their victims for the damages they cause under a bill signed into state law Monday.

News you can use
Activities and entertainment events scheduled for this week include:

Across South Carolina
COLUMBIA - Two South Carolina soldiers were killed when an Army helicopter crashed in Afghanistan last week, and another is listed as missing, the Defense Department said Monday.

Illustrators help land bone marrow donors
Alissa Hogan is a little squeamish about seeing her own blood, but when called upon for a good cause she can conjure up an attractive way to look at it.

Rants and Raves
Comments from readers:

Critic wants cleanup sign gone
AIKEN - The white scribbles of spray paint have been cleaned from a sign that was vandalized in downtown Aiken last week.

Illustrators help land bone marrow donors

Liberal label doesn't stick to some professors
ATHENS, Ga. - Think all college professors are liberal? Maybe not at the University of Georgia. A recently published study shows that an overwhelming majority of American college professors classify themselves as liberal.

Group blasts protest proposal

Across Georgia
ATLANTA - State agriculture officials have added to the list of sausage products to be pulled from store shelves after scientists found a potentially harmful bacteria in a sample.

Group blasts protest proposal
ATLANTA - Some of Gov. Sonny Perdue's harshest political critics say the free speech rights of all Georgians are in jeopardy because of a proposed policy change pending before the agency that oversees the state's parks and historic sites.

Pupils learn ways to avoid online predators
When Erin Jarrett enters an online chat room, she is often asked for her A/S/L. She admits she sometimes provides it.

Property values will change
Augusta commissioners asked for preliminary information on this year's property-tax digest only to learn Monday that there is none yet.

Tattling won't profit pupils
Few principals support a cash reward system for pupils who tattle on classmates who have weapons or drugs.

Liberal label doesn't stick to some UGA professors

Fugitive search ends in Augusta

Subject of manhunt is arrested in Augusta

Storm warning issued for Burke County

Young artists ace drawings of Masters

Airport work alters access

Kid of the Day

Across South Carolina

Kid of the Day
Hailey Marie Prickett is today's Kid of the Day.

Kid of the Day

Airport work alters access
As construction on Augusta's new airport terminal kicks off this week, passengers won't exactly be ducking beams and stepping over holes in the floor.

Officials hunt way to aid transitions
Officials from state and federal labor and veterans' agencies are meeting in downtown Augusta this week to discuss the best way to help those in combat boots move into civilian work shoes.

Police seek man in bank robbery
AIKEN - Security Federal Bank on Richland Avenue was robbed Monday - the second time in less than six months.

Fugitive search ends in Augusta
Another national manhunt ends in Augusta. For the second time in less than a month, a high-profile criminal case led law enforcement to the streets of the Garden City.

Ruling favors school board
A Monday court ruling cleared the way for construction to begin immediately on a new Evans Middle School.

Utility makes final pitch

Young artists ace drawings of Masters
Kids love Tiger Woods. At least that's the impression you get from looking at the Masters Tournament artwork brought in Monday at National Hills Elementary School.

Ex-member blasts board

Genetic test aids cancer patients
Jelina Tindall shouted, "Praise the Lord," when she found out she wouldn't have to undergo chemotherapy for her breast cancer.

Parents view revised plan

Rants and Raves
Comments from readers:

Across Georgia
LAWRENCEVILLE - The Gwinnett County judge in the case of a Dacula dentist accused of killing his wife is reviewing whether to make a gag order tougher.

Interstate 20 wreck injures five
A Columbia County mother and four of her children were hospitalized after a two-vehicle accident on Interstate 20 in Warren County on Monday, according to officials.

Tattling won't profit pupils

Woods' victory restores order
Tiger Woods winning a golf tournament is never a bad thing. It's good for television, as his mere presence on a major leaderboard drives up ratings.

Woods' victory restores order
Tiger Woods winning a golf tournament is never a bad thing. It's good for television, as his mere presence on a major leaderboard drives up ratings.

'Sahara' leads weekend box office
LOS ANGELES - Movie-goers wandered the desert with "Sahara," Matthew McConaughey's action tale that took in $18.1 million to debut as the top weekend movie.

'Sahara' leads weekend box office

'Sahara' leads weekend box office
LOS ANGELES - Movie-goers wandered the desert with "Sahara," Matthew McConaughey's action tale that took in $18.1 million to debut as the top weekend movie.

'Sahara' leads weekend box office
LOS ANGELES - Movie-goers wandered the desert with "Sahara," Matthew McConaughey's action tale that took in $18.1 million to debut as the top weekend movie.

Carey feels free with 'Emancipation of Mimi'
NEW YORK - Old habits die hard, and so it is that Mariah Carey finds herself at a downtown recording studio well past midnight, rehearsing with her band for shows promoting the release of her new album, "The Emancipation of Mimi."

Review: 'Ultimate Voice Coach'

Review: 'Ultimate Voice Coach'
In the car with the CD player blasting, or in the shower while humming along to the radio, we've all thought for a fleeting moment that we could carry a decent tune. That our voice was that of an angel.

Music group to sue college students
WASHINGTON - The recording industry intends to sue hundreds of college students accused of illegally distributing music and movies across Internet2, the super-fast computer network connecting leading universities for researching the next generation of the Internet, industry officials said Tuesday.

Review: 'Ultimate Voice Coach'
In the car with the CD player blasting, or in the shower while humming along to the radio, we've all thought for a fleeting moment that we could carry a decent tune. That our voice was that of an angel.

Sound Bites: Music Reviews
Forget the revivalists. The disjointed members of Garbage created and lived in the obscurity of an era that bands like The Killers and Bloc Party cheerfully recreate.

Music group to sue college students
WASHINGTON - The recording industry intends to sue hundreds of college students accused of illegally distributing music and movies across Internet2, the super-fast computer network connecting leading universities for researching the next generation of the Internet, industry officials said Tuesday.

Music group to sue college students

Music group to sue college students
WASHINGTON - The recording industry intends to sue hundreds of college students accused of illegally distributing music and movies across Internet2, the super-fast computer network connecting leading universities for researching the next generation of the Internet, industry officials said Tuesday.

Eagles fly high as top U.S. band
The tribe has spoken. There are 63 losers and one survivor. We asked you to pick the greatest American rock band, and after six rounds and 366,405 ballots, you did.

Eagles fly high as top U.S. band
The tribe has spoken. There are 63 losers and one survivor. We asked you to pick the greatest American rock band, and after six rounds and 366,405 ballots, you did.

Carey feels free with 'Emancipation of Mimi'
NEW YORK - Old habits die hard, and so it is that Mariah Carey finds herself at a downtown recording studio well past midnight, rehearsing with her band for shows promoting the release of her new album, "The Emancipation of Mimi."

Carey feels free with 'Emancipation of Mimi'

Sound Bites: Music Reviews

Music group to sue college students

Sound Bites: Music Reviews
Forget the revivalists. The disjointed members of Garbage created and lived in the obscurity of an era that bands like The Killers and Bloc Party cheerfully recreate.

Loretta Lynn to reveive CMT Visionary Award
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Country music icon Loretta Lynn, who turns 70 this week, could look forward to an early birthday gift Monday - the presentation of Country Music Television's Johnny Cash Visionary Award during CMT's video awards show.

Music group to sue college students
WASHINGTON - The recording industry intends to sue hundreds of college students accused of illegally distributing music and movies across Internet2, the super-fast computer network connecting leading universities for researching the next generation of the Internet, industry officials said Tuesday.

NBA could beckon for Tar Heels stars
RALEIGH, N.C. - North Carolina easily could be the favorite to win the national championship again. Then again, the Tar Heels might not even be picked to win the Atlantic Coast Conference.

NBA could beckon for Tar Heels stars
RALEIGH, N.C. - North Carolina easily could be the favorite to win the national championship again. Then again, the Tar Heels might not even be picked to win the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Arrington rips Redskins for lack of support

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Mrs. Gladys Bedell (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

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Mrs. Lucile Connell (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mrs. Michelle Reed Smalley (APPLING, Ga.)

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Mr. Moses Brown, Jr. (GRANITEVILLE, Ga.)

Ms. Francine Hays (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Richard M. Elchik (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mrs. Wiona Warner (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Howard H. Goodwin, III (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

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Mrs. Gladys Bedell (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

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Tyson promises 'train wreck' for June fight

Overtime

Overtime

Prep scores

Overtime
In Carrollton, Ga., four-time defending champion Laura Coble, of Augusta, returns to Sunset Hills Country Club for the 8th annual Georgia Women's Match Play Championship.

Prep scores
Prep results from Tuesday:

Tyson promises 'train wreck' for June fight
WASHINGTON - Mike Tyson hunched in his chair and tapped his 9-year-old daughter's hand while she rested her head on Daddy's ample shoulder.

Overtime
Augusta State's Garrett Phillips shot a final-round 74 to take first place at the Bonnie Hoover Invitational at Lakeview Golf Club in Harrisonburg, Va.

Prep scores
Prep results from Tuesday:

Tyson promises 'train wreck' for June fight
WASHINGTON - Mike Tyson hunched in his chair and tapped his 9-year-old daughter's hand while she rested her head on Daddy's ample shoulder.

Tyson promises 'train wreck' for June fight
WASHINGTON - Mike Tyson hunched in his chair and tapped his 9-year-old daughter's hand while she rested her head on Daddy's ample shoulder.

Overtime
In Carrollton, Ga., four-time defending champion Laura Coble, of Augusta, returns to Sunset Hills Country Club for the 8th annual Georgia Women's Match Play Championship.

Overtime
Augusta State's Garrett Phillips shot a final-round 74 to take first place at the Bonnie Hoover Invitational at Lakeview Golf Club in Harrisonburg, Va.

Arrington rips Redskins for lack of support
WASHINGTON - LaVar Arrington criticized the Washington Redskins for a failing to support him during his recent knee injury, an injury that forced him to have another surgery last week.

Arrington rips Redskins for lack of support
WASHINGTON - LaVar Arrington criticized the Washington Redskins for a failing to support him during his recent knee injury, an injury that forced him to have another surgery last week.

Spammers using pope's image to defraud the faithful
VATICAN CITY - In the greedy world of spam e-mail and electronic fraud, nothing is sacred - not even the death of Pope John Paul II.

Spammers using pope's image to defraud the faithful
VATICAN CITY - In the greedy world of spam e-mail and electronic fraud, nothing is sacred - not even the death of Pope John Paul II.

Spammers using pope's image to defraud the faithful
VATICAN CITY - In the greedy world of spam e-mail and electronic fraud, nothing is sacred - not even the death of Pope John Paul II.

Spammers using pope's image to defraud the faithful
VATICAN CITY - In the greedy world of spam e-mail and electronic fraud, nothing is sacred - not even the death of Pope John Paul II.

Woods' victory restores order

Majority of taxpayers filing electronically for first time
WASHINGTON - The Internal Revenue Service reports receiving more than 80 million tax returns as of April 1, slightly less than the number sent this time last year.

Majority of taxpayers filing electronically for first time
WASHINGTON - The Internal Revenue Service reports receiving more than 80 million tax returns as of April 1, slightly less than the number sent this time last year.

Nine million expected to seek tax extensions
WASHINGTON - Like your grade school teacher, the Internal Revenue Service won't believe the dog ate your homework - or your tax return. But harried taxpayers can get another four months beyond Friday's April 15 deadline for getting their returns in.

Nine million expected to seek tax extensions
WASHINGTON - Like your grade school teacher, the Internal Revenue Service won't believe the dog ate your homework - or your tax return. But harried taxpayers can get another four months beyond Friday's April 15 deadline for getting their returns in.

BET cancels its nightly news program
NEW YORK - BET canceled its "Nightly News," saying it instead will offer news briefs throughout the day, specials about newsworthy events and an urban affairs show, "The Cousin Jeff Chronicles," that will run four times a year.

Millions watched pre-dawn coverage of pope's funeral
NEW YORK - More than 9 million people awakened early or stayed up late to watch Friday's TV coverage of Pope John Paul II's funeral from Rome, Nielsen Media Research said on Tuesday.

Miss North Carolina crowned Miss USA
BALTIMORE - Miss North Carolina, a 21-year-old brunette who says she sees a lot of herself in Oprah Winfrey, was crowned Miss USA at the 54th annual pageant Monday night.

First woman joins cast of Food Network's 'Iron Chef'
JACKSON, Miss. - For Cat Cora, a typical holiday during childhood was a blend of Southern traditions such as turkey and hot buttermilk biscuits with sides of Greek feta cheese and Kalamata olives.

Miss North Carolina crowned Miss USA
BALTIMORE - Miss North Carolina, a 21-year-old brunette who says she sees a lot of herself in Oprah Winfrey, was crowned Miss USA at the 54th annual pageant Monday night.

BET cancels its nightly news program
NEW YORK - BET canceled its "Nightly News," saying it instead will offer news briefs throughout the day, specials about newsworthy events and an urban affairs show, "The Cousin Jeff Chronicles," that will run four times a year.

Trump feels 'very badly' for arrested 'Apprentice' candidate
NEW YORK - The next "Apprentice" finale won't be huuuuge.

Millions watched pre-dawn coverage of pope's funeral
NEW YORK - More than 9 million people awakened early or stayed up late to watch Friday's TV coverage of Pope John Paul II's funeral from Rome, Nielsen Media Research said on Tuesday.

BET cancels its nightly news program

First woman joins cast of Food Network's 'Iron Chef'
JACKSON, Miss. - For Cat Cora, a typical holiday during childhood was a blend of Southern traditions such as turkey and hot buttermilk biscuits with sides of Greek feta cheese and Kalamata olives.

Trump feels 'very badly' for arrested 'Apprentice' candidate
NEW YORK - The next "Apprentice" finale won't be huuuuge.

Trump feels 'very badly' for arrested 'Apprentice' candidate
NEW YORK - The next "Apprentice" finale won't be huuuuge.

First woman joins cast of Food Network's 'Iron Chef'
JACKSON, Miss. - For Cat Cora, a typical holiday during childhood was a blend of Southern traditions such as turkey and hot buttermilk biscuits with sides of Greek feta cheese and Kalamata olives.

Millions watched pre-dawn coverage of pope's funeral

Millions watched pre-dawn coverage of pope's funeral
NEW YORK - More than 9 million people awakened early or stayed up late to watch Friday's TV coverage of Pope John Paul II's funeral from Rome, Nielsen Media Research said on Tuesday.

Trump feels 'very badly' for arrested 'Apprentice' candidate

Urban wins video of year, Wilson takes two awards

First woman joins cast of Food Network's 'Iron Chef'

Urban wins video of year, Wilson takes two awards
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Keith Urban won video of the year Monday night at the Country Music Television Music Awards for his hit "Days Go By," while Gretchen Wilson won in the breakthrough and female video categories.

Miss North Carolina crowned Miss USA

Trump feels 'very badly' for arrested 'Apprentice' candidate
NEW YORK - The next "Apprentice" finale won't be huuuuge.

BET cancels its nightly news program

BET cancels its nightly news program
NEW YORK - BET canceled its "Nightly News," saying it instead will offer news briefs throughout the day, specials about newsworthy events and an urban affairs show, "The Cousin Jeff Chronicles," that will run four times a year.

Trump feels 'very badly' for arrested 'Apprentice' candidate

BET cancels its nightly news program
NEW YORK - BET canceled its "Nightly News," saying it instead will offer news briefs throughout the day, specials about newsworthy events and an urban affairs show, "The Cousin Jeff Chronicles," that will run four times a year.

Millions watched pre-dawn coverage of pope's funeral

Urban wins video of year, Wilson takes two awards
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Keith Urban won video of the year Monday night at the Country Music Television Music Awards for his hit "Days Go By," while Gretchen Wilson won in the breakthrough and female video categories.

Millions watched pre-dawn coverage of pope's funeral
NEW YORK - More than 9 million people awakened early or stayed up late to watch Friday's TV coverage of Pope John Paul II's funeral from Rome, Nielsen Media Research said on Tuesday.

First woman joins cast of Food Network's 'Iron Chef'

First woman joins cast of Food Network's 'Iron Chef'
JACKSON, Miss. - For Cat Cora, a typical holiday during childhood was a blend of Southern traditions such as turkey and hot buttermilk biscuits with sides of Greek feta cheese and Kalamata olives.

Stepfather of Jackson accuser says the family was offered gifts

Stepfather of Jackson accuser says the family was offered gifts

People in the News

People in the News

Mother who won lawsuit agains Jackson testifies

People in the News

Celebs go for 'esoteric' books in annual list

Bar melee ends in Dogs' arrests
ATHENS, Ga. - Georgia football players Kedric Golston and Derrick White face the possibility of suspensions following their arrests early Sunday morning from a fight at a downtown Athens bar in which pepper spray was used to gain control of the crowd.

Bar melee ends in Dogs' arrests

Bar melee ends in Dogs' arrests
ATHENS, Ga. - Georgia football players Kedric Golston and Derrick White face the possibility of suspensions following their arrests early Sunday morning from a fight at a downtown Athens bar in which pepper spray was used to gain control of the crowd.

Odom wants to finish career at South Carolina
COLUMBIA, S.C. - South Carolina's Dave Odom has seemingly squashed all the rumors that had him pegged to be the next head coach at Virginia.

Odom wants to finish career at South Carolina

Odom wants to finish career at South Carolina

Odom wants to finish career at South Carolina
COLUMBIA, S.C. - South Carolina's Dave Odom has seemingly squashed all the rumors that had him pegged to be the next head coach at Virginia.

Odom wants to finish career at South Carolina
COLUMBIA, S.C. - South Carolina's Dave Odom has seemingly squashed all the rumors that had him pegged to be the next head coach at Virginia.

Players look to get records cleared

Players look to get records cleared
COLUMBIA - Syvelle Newton and Dondrial Pinkins applied for a pretrial intervention program Tuesday morning after being charged with taking framed photographs of themselves playing football from South Carolina's stadium.

Players look to get records cleared
COLUMBIA - Syvelle Newton and Dondrial Pinkins applied for a pretrial intervention program Tuesday morning after being charged with taking framed photographs of themselves playing football from South Carolina's stadium.

Odom wants to finish career at South Carolina
COLUMBIA, S.C. - South Carolina's Dave Odom has seemingly squashed all the rumors that had him pegged to be the next head coach at Virginia.

Audio best
Weekly charts for the nation's best-selling recorded music as they appear in Billboard magazine. (Platinum signifies more than 1 million copies of the album have been sold. Gold signifies more than 500,000 copies have been sold)

Xtreme calendar
RENT OR BUY: New movies out in DVD include Ocean's 12, the thieves-for-hire sequel starring George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Julia Roberts as part of a team that has to pull off its biggest heist yet.

Stories reveal naked truth of campus life

Toying ex needs to hit the road
THIS WEEK'S PROBLEM: My ex-boyfriend, who I am still in love with, is really confusing me. I am definitely the victim in this situation. He comes over, and we talk and flirt all the time, which confuses me, because a month ago he wanted me to get over him....

4-1-1
Do you refuse to give in to the hype and read the The Da Vinci Code, but are still dying to know why people are making a fuss over this best-seller? Then check out The Rough Guide to The Da Vinci Code, a compact cheat sheet to the novel.

Augusta gets a jolt of rock from Hootie at concert
The Drive for Show, Rock Fore Dough concert April 5 was a great night.

Mock crash cautions students about drugs, alcohol
The blood wasn't real. Neither was the car crash, which resulted in a bruised body hauled off the football field on a stretcher and into an awaiting ambulance.

Stories reveal naked truth of campus life
DALLAS - High school counselors can do a great job of helping you get into college, but what if you get there and your roommate is a nudist or a slob? What if the classes are harder than you thought?

Question of the week
Do older or younger siblings have it easier?

Mock crash cautions students about drugs, alcohol
The blood wasn't real. Neither was the car crash, which resulted in a bruised body hauled off the football field on a stretcher and into an awaiting ambulance.

Xtreme calendar

Xtreme calendar
RENT OR BUY: New movies out in DVD include Ocean's 12, the thieves-for-hire sequel starring George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Julia Roberts as part of a team that has to pull off its biggest heist yet.

Augusta gets a jolt of rock from Hootie at concert
The Drive for Show, Rock Fore Dough concert April 5 was a great night.

Mock crash cautions students about drugs, alcohol

Stories reveal naked truth of campus life
DALLAS - High school counselors can do a great job of helping you get into college, but what if you get there and your roommate is a nudist or a slob? What if the classes are harder than you thought?

Augusta gets a jolt of rock from Hootie at concert

Toying ex needs to hit the road

Toying ex needs to hit the road
THIS WEEK'S PROBLEM: My ex-boyfriend, who I am still in love with, is really confusing me. I am definitely the victim in this situation. He comes over, and we talk and flirt all the time, which confuses me, because a month ago he wanted me to get over him....

Candidate blames stolen signs on 'Chappelle Show'

Odds and Ends

This alarm clock won't sit still

Bizarre photos

Candidate blames stolen signs on 'Chappelle Show'

Spammers using pope's image to defraud the faithful

Spammers using pope's image to defraud the faithful