'We have to walk the talk': Nationals sinking
WASHINGTON - In one corner of the Washington Nationals clubhouse stood leading slugger Jose Guillen, talking about the ailing shoulder that's kept him out of the lineup and explaining his philosophy that nobody looks out for you but you.

Padres blank Nationals
WASHINGTON - A slightly injured Jake Peavy coasted to a shutout against a Washington Nationals lineup that looked like something manager Frank Robinson might send out for a split-squad spring training game.

Congress may take action on steroids
RALEIGH, N.C. - A member of the House committee that held hearings on steroid use in March says Congress may feel compelled to get involved in testing major league players for banned substances.

'We have to walk the talk': Nationals sinking

Padres blank Nationals

Congress may take action on steroids

'We have to walk the talk': Nationals sinking
WASHINGTON - In one corner of the Washington Nationals clubhouse stood leading slugger Jose Guillen, talking about the ailing shoulder that's kept him out of the lineup and explaining his philosophy that nobody looks out for you but you.

Padres blank Nationals
WASHINGTON - A slightly injured Jake Peavy coasted to a shutout against a Washington Nationals lineup that looked like something manager Frank Robinson might send out for a split-squad spring training game.

Congress may take action on steroids
RALEIGH, N.C. - A member of the House committee that held hearings on steroid use in March says Congress may feel compelled to get involved in testing major league players for banned substances.

Teenagers not known by the sweat of their brows

No-decision doesn't sour Sosa's view of day

Francoeur finds fast path to fame
ATLANTA - Within a couple of weeks, America's colleges and universities will be back in session.

No-decision doesn't sour Sosa's view of day
ST. LOUIS - Jorge Sosa was already in uncharted territory in his early career as a Braves starter. And he wanted more.

No-decision doesn't sour Sosa's view of day
ST. LOUIS - Jorge Sosa was already in uncharted territory in his early career as a Braves starter. And he wanted more.

Eckstein's slam floors Braves
ST. LOUIS - There's hope inside every Atlanta Brave that this wasn't the last they'd see of Busch Stadium, scheduled for implosion after the season.

Producers can't ship bunny meat fast enough
WEST HAVEN, Vt. - Talk about culinary irony - rabbit meat is in short supply.

Are inflation fears overblown?

Who really served up the first TV Dinner?

Oil prices rise to record high

Are inflation fears overblown?
NEW YORK - Worries about soaring inflation are starting to seem like childhood nightmares - lots of fear about what looms in the dark, but no evidence it's really as scary as it seems.\r\n

Oil prices rise to record high
WASHINGTON - Oil prices jumped to a new high near $64 a barrel Monday, reflecting the market's persistent uneasiness about strong demand, tight supplies and a slew of threats to output around the globe.

Are inflation fears overblown?
NEW YORK - Worries about soaring inflation are starting to seem like childhood nightmares - lots of fear about what looms in the dark, but no evidence it's really as scary as it seems.

Producers can't ship bunny meat fast enough
WEST HAVEN, Vt. - Talk about culinary irony - rabbit meat is in short supply.

Producers can't ship bunny meat fast enough

Real estate rises on river
Although North Augusta's riverfront is already home to dozens of residences, much of the land is untapped.

Who really served up the first TV Dinner?
PHOENIX - This much is certain: When C.A. Swanson & Sons began selling a frozen turkey dinner with peas and sweet potatoes, the housewives of baby boom America snapped them up, and the TV Dinner, with its three-compartment aluminum tray, soon became a symbol of postwar consumer society.

Oil prices rise to record high
WASHINGTON - Oil prices jumped to a new high near $64 a barrel Monday, reflecting the market's persistent uneasiness about strong demand, tight supplies and a slew of threats to output around the globe.

Who really served up the first TV Dinner?
PHOENIX - This much is certain: When C.A. Swanson & Sons began selling a frozen turkey dinner with peas and sweet potatoes, the housewives of baby boom America snapped them up, and the TV Dinner, with its three-compartment aluminum tray, soon became a symbol of postwar consumer society.

Real estate rises on river
Although North Augusta's riverfront is already home to dozens of residences, much of the land is untapped.

Real estate rises on river

Charleston Southern begins season dealing with death

Walker learns from freshman year
SOUTH BEND, Ind. - Darius Walker carved out a permanent place in Notre Dame history the first time he played a game for the Fighting Irish.

Walker learns from freshman year
SOUTH BEND, Ind. - Darius Walker carved out a permanent place in Notre Dame history the first time he played a game for the Fighting Irish.

Charleston Southern begins season dealing with death
COLUMBIA, S.C. - Third-year Charleston Southern coach Jay Mills took his team from a 1-11 season his first year to 5-5 a year ago, and returning players and fans had high expectations for this year.

Charleston Southern begins season dealing with death
COLUMBIA, S.C. - Third-year Charleston Southern coach Jay Mills took his team from a 1-11 season his first year to 5-5 a year ago, and returning players and fans had high expectations for this year.

Walker learns from freshman year

Tips on food can help keep it, you safe
True or False: You can leave coffee in the pot and drink it the next day.

End of an era
Peter Jennings was the last of a breed. He was the last of the three big news anchors who presided over an age in which three news anchors had far too much power to guide America's thinking.

Why lobbyists are needed

Saving the Miller
The chance that downtown Augusta's historic Miller Theater will be renovated and restored as a prime entertainment and movie venue has been greatly enhanced by the timely intervention this month of prominent businessman Peter S. Knox IV. He bought the Broad Street landmark for an undisclosed sum.

Energy pluses and minuses
President Bush finally signed an energy bill Monday. But after six years of fighting over the measure, Americans might have expected something better.

Saving the Miller
The chance that downtown Augusta's historic Miller Theater will be renovated and restored as a prime entertainment and movie venue has been greatly enhanced by the timely intervention this month of prominent businessman Peter S. Knox IV. He bought the Broad Street landmark for an undisclosed sum.

Energy pluses and minuses

Saving the Miller

Energy pluses and minuses
President Bush finally signed an energy bill Monday. But after six years of fighting over the measure, Americans might have expected something better.

Why lobbyists are needed
In a more perfect world, taxpayers' money would not be spent to lobby for more taxpayers' money. But we don't live in a perfect world - we live in the real world, and sometimes in the real world, idealism has to take a backseat to practicality.

Why lobbyists are needed
In a more perfect world, taxpayers' money would not be spent to lobby for more taxpayers' money. But we don't live in a perfect world - we live in the real world, and sometimes in the real world, idealism has to take a backseat to practicality.

Elvis fans worry about company in charge of Graceland
MEMPHIS, Tenn. - The pilgrims will still weep at Elvis Presley's grave, and the souvenir shops will still swarm with credit-card waving fans, an occasional black pompadour hardly drawing a glance.

Michael Jackson lawyer blasts media
HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. - Michael Jackson's attorney, Tom Mesereau, blasted the media for interfering in the singer's high-profile child molestation trial.

People in the News
NEW YORK - Pamela Anderson says they're not getting back together, but ex-husband Tommy Lee sounds like he's ready to give it another try.

Police investigate BB gun shooting of clebrity photographer
MALIBU, Calif. - A sheriff's detective will be assigned to investigate the BB gun shooting of a photographer who was staking out Britney Spears over the weekend.

People in the News
LOS ANGELES - Former "Baywatch" star Pamela Anderson is being sued for breach of contract for allegedly not making herself available for promotional events.

Police investigate BB gun shooting of clebrity photographer
MALIBU, Calif. - A sheriff's detective will be assigned to investigate the BB gun shooting of a photographer who was staking out Britney Spears over the weekend.

Rosie O'Donnell to join cast of 'Fiddler on the Roof'
NEW YORK - Rosie O'Donnell will join Harvey Fierstein in the Broadway revival of the musical "Fiddler on the Roof" on Sept. 20, the show's producers said Monday.

People in the News
LOS ANGELES - Former "Baywatch" star Pamela Anderson is being sued for breach of contract for allegedly not making herself available for promotional events.

Elvis fans worry about company in charge of Graceland
MEMPHIS, Tenn. - The pilgrims will still weep at Elvis Presley's grave, and the souvenir shops will still swarm with credit-card waving fans, an occasional black pompadour hardly drawing a glance.

Long ball carries Catfish to victory
Two pitches did in Augusta GreenJackets starter Anthony Pannone on Monday night.

Long ball carries Catfish to victory
Two pitches did in Augusta GreenJackets starter Anthony Pannone on Monday night.

First jobs teach ways of the world

Janzen has good feelings about course
SPRINGFIELD, N.J. -- Of all the players starting in this week's PGA Championship at the Baltusrol Golf Club, Lee Janzen was likely one of the most anxious to get on the course and see what it had to offer.

Turner cards 64 for state honors

Sapp's wait has ended

Janzen has good feelings about course

Getting to know the beast of Baltusrol
SPRINGFIELD, N.J. - The 17th hole at Baltusrol Golf Club is the longest in major championship history, measuring 650 yards down a tree-lined fairway and across a patch of bunkers and rough to an elevated green.

Sapp's wait has ended
EDGEFIELD, S.C. - About 30 minutes after Randy Sapp won the Perry Watson Memorial tournament Sunday, a fellow golfer walked up to the scoreboard on the porch at Pine Ridge Country Club to check out the results.

Pressel wins U.S. Women's Amateur in a rout
ROSWELL, Ga. - Morgan Pressel didn't have to worry about losing another tournament on an improbable shot.

Goosen wins International
CASTLE ROCK, Colo. - At this tournament, a big number on a Sunday was something to savor for Retief Goosen.

Georgia Open: Conley has lead for Monday finish

Turner cards 64 for state honors
DANIEL ISLAND, S.C. - On the final day of competition, Emmett Turner of Greenwood tied a course record of 8-under-par 64 for a four-day total of 274 to claim the South Carolina State Amateur Championship.

Purtzer wins 3M Championship after two close calls

Sorenstam wins her own tournament
LODDEKOPINGE, Sweden - Annika Sorenstam made a birdie putt of about 27 feet on the last hole Sunday to win the Scandinavian TPC by one stroke over Natalie Gulbis.

Janzen has good feelings about course
SPRINGFIELD, N.J. -- Of all the players starting in this week's PGA Championship at the Baltusrol Golf Club, Lee Janzen was likely one of the most anxious to get on the course and see what it had to offer.

Canonica wins Johnnie Walker Championship
GLENEAGLES, Scotland - Emanuele Canonica won the Johnnie Walker Championship on Sunday, his first victory in over 11 years on the European Tour.

Purtzer wins 3M Championship after two close calls
BLAINE, Minn. - Tom Purtzer finally closed the deal at the 3M Championship, holing a 7-foot par putt on No. 18 Sunday for a one-stroke victory in the tournament he twice led into the final round.

Gore first to win three straight Nationwide events
OMAHA, Neb. - U.S. Open fan favorite Jason Gore earned an immediate promotion to the PGA Tour on Sunday, winning a Nationwide Tour-record third straight title by beating Roger Tambellini on the second playoff hole at the Cox Classic.

Georgia Open: Conley has lead for Monday finish
BRASELTON, Ga. - Second round leader Tim Conley of Braselton built a three-shot lead Sunday over third-round leader Dave Schreyer of Peachtree City before the rain-plagued final round of The Community PhoneBook Georgia Open was put on hold until Monday.

Purtzer wins 3M Championship after two close calls
BLAINE, Minn. - Tom Purtzer finally closed the deal at the 3M Championship, holing a 7-foot par putt on No. 18 Sunday for a one-stroke victory in the tournament he twice led into the final round.

Pressel wins U.S. Women's Amateur in a rout

Pressel wins U.S. Women's Amateur in a rout
ROSWELL, Ga. - Morgan Pressel didn't have to worry about losing another tournament on an improbable shot.

Gore first to win three straight Nationwide events

Georgia Open: Conley has lead for Monday finish
BRASELTON, Ga. - Second round leader Tim Conley of Braselton built a three-shot lead Sunday over third-round leader Dave Schreyer of Peachtree City before the rain-plagued final round of The Community PhoneBook Georgia Open was put on hold until Monday.

Canonica wins Johnnie Walker Championship

Sapp's wait has ended
EDGEFIELD, S.C. - About 30 minutes after Randy Sapp won the Perry Watson Memorial tournament Sunday, a fellow golfer walked up to the scoreboard on the porch at Pine Ridge Country Club to check out the results.

Goosen wins International

Turner cards 64 for state honors
DANIEL ISLAND, S.C. - On the final day of competition, Emmett Turner of Greenwood tied a course record of 8-under-par 64 for a four-day total of 274 to claim the South Carolina State Amateur Championship.

Baltusrol's long holes to test field
John Huneke, the general chairman of the 87th PGA Championship, said in a recent news conference that A. W. Tillinghast designed Baltusrol Golf Club's Lower Course to give players "the opportunity" to hit driver on almost every par-4 and par-5 hole.

Goosen wins International
CASTLE ROCK, Colo. - At this tournament, a big number on a Sunday was something to savor for Retief Goosen.

Baltusrol's long holes to test field
John Huneke, the general chairman of the 87th PGA Championship, said in a recent news conference that A. W. Tillinghast designed Baltusrol Golf Club's Lower Course to give players "the opportunity" to hit driver on almost every par-4 and par-5 hole.

Canonica wins Johnnie Walker Championship
GLENEAGLES, Scotland - Emanuele Canonica won the Johnnie Walker Championship on Sunday, his first victory in over 11 years on the European Tour.

Baltusrol's long holes to test field

Getting to know the beast of Baltusrol
SPRINGFIELD, N.J. - The 17th hole at Baltusrol Golf Club is the longest in major championship history, measuring 650 yards down a tree-lined fairway and across a patch of bunkers and rough to an elevated green.

Gore first to win three straight Nationwide events
OMAHA, Neb. - U.S. Open fan favorite Jason Gore earned an immediate promotion to the PGA Tour on Sunday, winning a Nationwide Tour-record third straight title by beating Roger Tambellini on the second playoff hole at the Cox Classic.

Getting to know the beast of Baltusrol

Long ball carries Catfish to victory

Former football champs top polls

Former football champs top polls
The usual suspects dominated the voting in the Associated Press preseason polls for Georgia high school football, which were released Monday.

Former football champs top polls
The usual suspects dominated the voting in the Associated Press preseason polls for Georgia high school football, which were released Monday.

'The Great One' to coach the Coyotes
GLENDALE, Ariz. - Wayne Gretzky, the most prolific scorer in NHL history, will coach the Phoenix Coyotes this season, hoping to revive a perennially disappointing team in a league emerging from a lockout.

Teenagers not known by the sweat of their brows
Young people, I am told, don't like to sweat. While previous generations often revered sweat and the labor it represented, that appears to be changing.

Teenagers not known by the sweat of their brows
Young people, I am told, don't like to sweat. While previous generations often revered sweat and the labor it represented, that appears to be changing.

Man arrested for allegedly stealing an ambulance
A discharged Medical College of Georgia patient, who had been waiting for a ride at the hospital, was arrested after allegedly stealing an ambulance about 3 a.m. Monday.

Summer ends for Aiken County pupils
AIKEN -- Six-year-old Carrie Epps didn't cry this morning as her mother led her by the hand to her classroom at Millbrook Elementary School.

Kain pleads not guilty to cruelty charges
WARRENTON, Ga. -- Lottie Kain pleaded not guilty this morning to charges related to the drowning deaths of her two small children in April.

Priest strays badly from orthodoxy

U.S. left assists radical Islamists
David Horowitz, former leftist and founder of the New Left movement of the 1960s, has turned conservative author. In his book, Unholy Alliance: Radical Islam and the American Left, he explains the links between these two movements.Robert Smock, Hephzibah

Help promote gasless Wednesdays

Profiling is valid safety measure

Priest strays badly from orthodoxy
First off, I'd like to dispense with the current hokum about what a sincere and good man the Rev. Bob Cushing is. He may well be - we can never really see into the heart of another person - but he really comes off as a self-important, publicity-seeking, wanna-be celebrity.Gene Rickaby, Martinez

Profiling is valid safety measure
I am in no way anti-American Civil Liberties Union, or its mission to protect the rights of American citizens. Douglas Neal Sr., Augusta

U.S. left assists radical Islamists

Help promote gasless Wednesdays
Imagine if nobody in the CSRA bought gasoline on a given day each week. The oil industry would lose a ton of money! Now imagine if the entire nation stopped buying gasoline on the same given day each week.Dan Leonard, Grovetown

Bush's actions show growing danger
Being unable to stop the opposition in the Senate, President Bush used his constitutional powers and bypassed Congress at the time of recess to appoint John Bolton, a most unlikely diplomat, as our ambassador to the United Nations. Joaquin Godoy, Aiken, S.C.

Profiling is valid safety measure
I am in no way anti-American Civil Liberties Union, or its mission to protect the rights of American citizens. Douglas Neal Sr., Augusta

U.S. left assists radical Islamists
David Horowitz, former leftist and founder of the New Left movement of the 1960s, has turned conservative author. In his book, Unholy Alliance: Radical Islam and the American Left, he explains the links between these two movements. Robert Smock, Hephzibah

Letter serves up more of the same
Lowell Greenbaum's letters provide a recurring reminder of how ludicrous the Democratic Party has become.Lawrence Burton, Washington, Ga.

Help promote gasless Wednesdays
Imagine if nobody in the CSRA bought gasoline on a given day each week. The oil industry would lose a ton of money! Now imagine if the entire nation stopped buying gasoline on the same given day each week.Dan Leonard, Grovetown

Priest strays badly from orthodoxy
First off, I'd like to dispense with the current hokum about what a sincere and good man the Rev. Bob Cushing is. He may well be - we can never really see into the heart of another person - but he really comes off as a self-important, publicity-seeking, wanna-be celebrity. Gene Rickaby, Martinez

Problems with health get woman to exercise

Unusual behavior might be what makes us normal

New camera-phone provides improved picture quality

Techbits: Celebrating firings, Mummy scan, and more

Health and fitness calendar

Plugging away at solving the world's energy woes

Study: Yoga may help keep weight off in middle age

Early look at Windows Vista shows promise

Living briefs

Longer daylight saving could trigger tech trouble

Study: Yoga may help keep weight off in middle age
SEATTLE - The slow stretches and meditations of yoga don't burn calories like a run on the treadmill. But a new study suggests it might help people keep weight off in middle age.

Problems with health get woman to exercise
Michelle Goodwin received a rude awakening Dec. 2. She felt ill, ill enough to call her physician.

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

Plugging away at solving the world's energy woes
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Daniel Nocera arrives at his office at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology by 7 a.m., goes home 13 hours later - where he often reads papers or e-mails students much of the night - and returns to his labs on weekends. Vacations? None, really, unless you count chemistry conferences.

Seniors Calendar
The Seniors Calendar lists items of interest to senior citizens. Call the service agencies for information.

Techbits: Celebrating firings, Mummy scan, and more
SAN FRANCISCO - Getting fired is rarely a happy event, but that doesn't mean you can't have a sense of humor about it.

Living briefs
The Augusta Chronicle wants to see what you've been growing. Send in this year's pictures of your garden, and The Chronicle will choose from the best to feature in a photo page honoring the area's growing season.

New camera-phone provides improved picture quality
NEW YORK - Would you trust a cell phone camera to capture your new baby's first moments of life?

Unusual behavior might be what makes us normal
They're quirks and habits, and for the perpetrators and those around them, they can be as annoying as they are funny.

Early look at Windows Vista shows promise
Known for years by the code name "Longhorn," the successor to Microsoft's Windows XP has been dubbed "Longwait" for its numerous delays. As features have been announced, it's also been accused of copying of Apple Computer Inc.'s Mac OS X.

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

Plugging away at solving the world's energy woes
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Daniel Nocera arrives at his office at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology by 7 a.m., goes home 13 hours later - where he often reads papers or e-mails students much of the night - and returns to his labs on weekends. Vacations? None, really, unless you count chemistry conferences.

Living briefs
The Augusta Chronicle wants to see what you've been growing. Send in this year's pictures of your garden, and The Chronicle will choose from the best to feature in a photo page honoring the area's growing season.

Longer daylight saving could trigger tech trouble
NEW YORK - When daylight-saving time starts earlier than usual in the United States come 2007, your VCR or DVD recorder could start recording shows an hour late.\r\n

Study: Yoga may help keep weight off in middle age
SEATTLE - The slow stretches and meditations of yoga don't burn calories like a run on the treadmill. But a new study suggests it might help people keep weight off in middle age.\r\n

Techbits: Celebrating firings, Mummy scan, and more
SAN FRANCISCO - Getting fired is rarely a happy event, but that doesn't mean you can't have a sense of humor about it.

'Madden NFL 2006' solid, but not spectacular
NEW YORK - The "Madden NFL 2006" season kicked off with a preseason game between the New York Jets and Minnesota Vikings that featured new complicated passing controls, an improved running game and no noticeable graphical improvements.

New camera-phone provides improved picture quality
NEW YORK - Would you trust a cell phone camera to capture your new baby's first moments of life?

Problems with health get woman to exercise
Michelle Goodwin received a rude awakening Dec. 2. She felt ill, ill enough to call her physician.

Early look at Windows Vista shows promise
Known for years by the code name "Longhorn," the successor to Microsoft's Windows XP has been dubbed "Longwait" for its numerous delays. As features have been announced, it's also been accused of copying of Apple Computer Inc.'s Mac OS X.\r\n

Unusual behavior might be what makes us normal
They're quirks and habits, and for the perpetrators and those around them, they can be as annoying as they are funny.

Longer daylight saving could trigger tech trouble
NEW YORK - When daylight-saving time starts earlier than usual in the United States come 2007, your VCR or DVD recorder could start recording shows an hour late.

A look behind the Miss Augusta crown
Whenever Erin Beasley talks about the cause she champions, it touches her father.

Trial set for man accused in killing
ATLANTA - The missing person posters are gone from campus, and the softball club where she was last seen alive is now defunct, but Shannon Melendi hasn't been forgotten 11 years after the Emory University student disappeared.

Restoring a community
Rome wasn't built in a day, and the blighted south Augusta neighborhood known as the Dover-Lyman streets area off Deans Bridge Road won't be either. But it will be rebuilt, Augusta officials say.

Director to retire, take cancer job
After exactly 14 years in Augusta, East Central Health District Director Frank Rumph will retire but will help direct a new regional cancer network that includes Augusta and Athens.

Reporter shows she's more than pen, paper

State tax collections pour in
ATLANTA - Tax collections kept on growing in July, increasing the amount in Georgia's coffers by more than 18 percent, or $170 million, over the same month last year, state officials announced Monday.

Loggers ready to retrieve sinkers
CAIRO, Ga. - Strolling among the stacks of lumber at his sawmill, Ryan Lee points to a section of an ancient cypress that was cut down more than a century ago and to heart-pine lumber that still bears the marks of a 19th-century logger's ax.

Lab funding on back Bunsen burner
AIKEN - Betsy Luquire's dream science lab has a gas chromatograph.

Kid of the Day
Today's Kid of the Day is Destiny Henderson, 6, of Augusta.

State to extend ID services
ATLANTA - Georgians who do not have a photo ID could see the state's cameras coming to them in the next few months.

Augusta's problems get solved by a King
Martha King cares.

Trash pickup could change
Augusta residents might have their trash pickup services reduced next year under the city's proposed contract extension with its haulers.

Day laborer has day in court

Six to run for four council seats
Six candidates have declared their intention to run for Aiken City Council seats this fall.

Day laborer has day in court
ATHENS, Ga. - Doug Byrne was living on downtown Athens' streets and eating in the soup kitchen last spring when he went to work as a day laborer at the Commerce Building.

Real estate rises on river
Although North Augusta's riverfront is already home to dozens of residences, much of the land is untapped.

Sanford plans to seek cash in Cincinnati
COLUMBIA - When Gov. Mark Sanford has a fundraiser next month, the event will be held in Cincinnati, and the checks will be sent to Austin, Texas.

Mother's case to be heard by jury
WARRENTON, Ga. - Lottie Kain pleaded not guilty Monday to charges related to the April drownings of her two small children and is now set to be tried in early October.

Restoring a community
Rome wasn't built in a day, and the blighted south Augusta neighborhood known as the Dover-Lyman streets area off Deans Bridge Road won't be either. But it will be rebuilt, Augusta officials say.

Summer ends for Aiken County pupils
AIKEN -- Six-year-old Carrie Epps didn't cry this morning as her mother led her by the hand to her classroom at Millbrook Elementary School.

Loggers ready to retrieve sinkers
CAIRO, Ga. - Strolling among the stacks of lumber at his sawmill, Ryan Lee points to a section of an ancient cypress that was cut down more than a century ago and to heart-pine lumber that still bears the marks of a 19th-century logger's ax.

Corrections
Saturday's Faith Calendar in the religion section included the incorrect date for the Leon Everette and Country Cross singing. The singing will be at 6 p.m. Aug 28 at New Vision Worship Center in Warrenville, S.C.

Aiken council decides priorities

Allergens prosper in frequent rain showers
Dr. Vanitcha Pintavorn shined a light up Patty Rohr's nose and then said something surprising.

Kid of the Day
Jordan Mitchell is today's Kid of the Day.

Aiken council decides priorities
The list of transportation project priorities is set. Now the city of Aiken just needs to secure funds.

Across the area

Across the area
Richmond County authorities are seeking an Augusta man in connection with a weekend shooting at an Augusta hotel.

Sanford plans to seek cash in Cincinnati
COLUMBIA - When Gov. Mark Sanford has a fundraiser next month, the event will be held in Cincinnati, and the checks will be sent to Austin, Texas.

Across South Carolina
CHARLESTON - School officials in Dorchester District 4 are considering an elective course in the Bible as literature for high school students.

Growing alliances spark controversy
ATLANTA - Devin Jefferson didn't necessarily want his parents to know that he was gay; at least not when they found out, at least not how.

Across Georgia
ATLANTA - Members of what authorities said was a violent Georgia street gang have been indicted under federal racketeering laws, officials from the U.S. attorney's office said Monday.

Across South Carolina
COLUMBIA - Taxpayers will foot a $2.5 million bill to lease office space in Irmo for a federal appeals court judge because officials say there is no space available in the recently constructed $40 million federal courthouse in Columbia.

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Across South Carolina
CHARLESTON - School officials in Dorchester District 4 are considering an elective course in the Bible as literature for high school students.

Man stands trial in woman's carjacking
An Augusta man accused of several violent crimes, including the carjacking of a judge's relative, is standing trial this week.

Schools try to counteract cuts
State officials have denied Georgia school systems about $1 billion in funding in recent years, and local systems have scrambled to make up for the budget cuts.

Kid of the Day
Jordan Mitchell is today's Kid of the Day.

Kain pleads not guilty to cruelty charges
WARRENTON, Ga. -- Lottie Kain pleaded not guilty this morning to charges related to the drowning deaths of her two small children in April.

Director to retire, take cancer job
After exactly 14 years in Augusta, East Central Health District Director Frank Rumph will retire but will help direct a new regional cancer network that includes Augusta and Athens.

CPR training
Columbia County sheriff's Deputy Matt Baxley undergoes CPR training through the American Red Cross. On Wednesday and Thursday, Augusta's chapter of the Red Cross will offer CPR and first aid classes at its office at 1322 Ellis St.

College-bound pupils get extra preparation
College-preparatory freshmen and sophomores at Lakeside High School aren't just taking English classes.

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Lab funding on back Bunsen burner
AIKEN - Betsy Luquire's dream science lab has a gas chromatograph.

Across South Carolina
COLUMBIA - Taxpayers will foot a $2.5 million bill to lease office space in Irmo for a federal appeals court judge because officials say there is no space available in the recently constructed $40 million federal courthouse in Columbia.

State to extend ID services
ATLANTA - Georgians who do not have a photo ID could see the state's cameras coming to them in the next few months.

Corrections
Saturday's Faith Calendar in the religion section included the incorrect date for the Leon Everette and Country Cross singing. The singing will be at 6 p.m. Aug 28 at New Vision Worship Center in Warrenville, S.C.

Trash pickup could change
Augusta residents might have their trash pickup services reduced next year under the city's proposed contract extension with its haulers.

State to extend ID services

Ex-patient is charged with taking ambulance
A discharged Medical College of Georgia Hospital patient, who had been waiting for a ride at the hospital, was arrested in the theft of an ambulance at about 3 a.m. Monday.

Director to retire, take cancer job

Six to run for four council seats
Six candidates have declared their intention to run for Aiken City Council seats this fall.

Five questions with Shaun Owen
Shaun Owen is a sixth-grade social studies teacher at Greenbrier Middle School. She is the current Teacher of the Year for Columbia County and was a finalist for Georgia Teacher of the Year.

State tax collections pour in
ATLANTA - Tax collections kept on growing in July, increasing the amount in Georgia's coffers by more than 18 percent, or $170 million, over the same month last year, state officials announced Monday.

Loggers ready to retrieve sinkers

Across South Carolina

Augusta's problems get solved by a King

Man stands trial in woman's carjacking
An Augusta man accused of several violent crimes, including the carjacking of a judge's relative, is standing trial this week.

Tennis courts aren't scoring profits
Tennis, anyone?

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Across Georgia
ATLANTA - Members of what authorities said was a violent Georgia street gang have been indicted under federal racketeering laws, officials from the U.S. attorney's office said Monday.

Parents revolt over earlier start dates
ATLANTA - The carefree days of summer arrived not long ago, but in some states children don't get to enjoy as many of them as their parents did.

The week ahead

Trial set for man accused in killing
ATLANTA - The missing person posters are gone from campus, and the softball club where she was last seen alive is now defunct, but Shannon Melendi hasn't been forgotten 11 years after the Emory University student disappeared.

Man arrested for allegedly stealing an ambulance

Across Georgia
ATLANTA - A recent journalism school graduate attending a convention in Atlanta died Sunday, apparently from an illness she contracted while working in Africa, event organizers said.

Schools try to counteract cuts

Across the area
The Warrenton, Ga., woman whose two small children drowned in a retention pond near their home in April will be arraigned this morning in connection with their deaths.

Sanford plans to seek cash in Cincinnati

Kid of the Day

Growing alliances spark controversy

Rants and Raves
Comments from readers:

Across South Carolina

Tennis courts aren't scoring profits
Tennis, anyone?

Lab funding on back Bunsen burner

The week ahead
Entertainment events and activities for this week include:

Summer ends for Aiken County pupils

Augusta's problems get solved by a King
Martha King cares.

News you can use

Man arrested for allegedly stealing an ambulance
A discharged Medical College of Georgia patient, who had been waiting for a ride at the hospital, was arrested after allegedly stealing an ambulance about 3 a.m. Monday.

Trash pickup could change

Kid of the Day
Today's Kid of the Day is Destiny Henderson, 6, of Augusta.

Mother's case to be heard by jury

Across the southeast
ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. - Sex offenders tracked by the state are banned from public hurricane shelters in Florida under a new policy that allows them to weather the storms in prison instead.

State tax collections pour in

CPR training
Columbia County sheriff's Deputy Matt Baxley undergoes CPR training through the American Red Cross. On Wednesday and Thursday, Augusta's chapter of the Red Cross will offer CPR and first aid classes at its office at 1322 Ellis St.

Across Georgia

Reporter shows she's more than pen, paper
When I was a child, I always envisioned myself standing all alone on stage, performing underneath a big, bright spotlight, while an audience screams my name.

Parents revolt over earlier start dates

Across the area
The Warrenton, Ga., woman whose two small children drowned in a retention pond near their home in April will be arraigned this morning in connection with their deaths.

Trial set for man accused in killing

Day laborer has day in court
ATHENS, Ga. - Doug Byrne was living on downtown Athens' streets and eating in the soup kitchen last spring when he went to work as a day laborer at the Commerce Building.

Restoring a community

Growing alliances spark controversy
ATLANTA - Devin Jefferson didn't necessarily want his parents to know that he was gay; at least not when they found out, at least not how.

CPR training

Aiken council decides priorities
The list of transportation project priorities is set. Now the city of Aiken just needs to secure funds.

Tennis courts aren't scoring profits

Reporter shows she's more than pen, paper
When I was a child, I always envisioned myself standing all alone on stage, performing underneath a big, bright spotlight, while an audience screams my name.

Kain pleads not guilty to cruelty charges

Real estate rises on river

Real estate rises on river
Although North Augusta's riverfront is already home to dozens of residences, much of the land is untapped.

Across the area

The week ahead
Entertainment events and activities for this week include:

Man stands trial in woman's carjacking

Schools try to counteract cuts
State officials have denied Georgia school systems about $1 billion in funding in recent years, and local systems have scrambled to make up for the budget cuts.

Allergens prosper in frequent rain showers

Corrections

Rants and Raves
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Six to run for four council seats

Kid of the Day

Allergens prosper in frequent rain showers
Dr. Vanitcha Pintavorn shined a light up Patty Rohr's nose and then said something surprising.

Across the area
Richmond County authorities are seeking an Augusta man in connection with a weekend shooting at an Augusta hotel.

Mother's case to be heard by jury
WARRENTON, Ga. - Lottie Kain pleaded not guilty Monday to charges related to the April drownings of her two small children and is now set to be tried in early October.

Parents revolt over earlier start dates
ATLANTA - The carefree days of summer arrived not long ago, but in some states children don't get to enjoy as many of them as their parents did.

First jobs teach ways of the world
What was your first job? Was it so wonderful that you wish you could have kept it for life, or so awful that you've tried to shove it out of your brain?

First jobs teach ways of the world
What was your first job? Was it so wonderful that you wish you could have kept it for life, or so awful that you've tried to shove it out of your brain?

Ga. Tech grad discusses 'Murderball' fame
LOS ANGELES - Mark Zupan, the most recognizable star of "Murderball," says he's embracing the fame brought by the documentary.

'Dukes of Hazzard' schemes its way to top of box office

Ga. Tech grad discusses 'Murderball' fame

Ga. Tech grad discusses 'Murderball' fame
LOS ANGELES - Mark Zupan, the most recognizable star of "Murderball," says he's embracing the fame brought by the documentary.

'Dukes of Hazzard' schemes its way to top of box office
LOS ANGELES - The good ol' boys of "The Dukes of Hazzard" crashed past another pair of joke-cracking buddies to the top of the weekend box office.

'Dukes of Hazzard' schemes its way to top of box office
LOS ANGELES - The good ol' boys of "The Dukes of Hazzard" crashed past another pair of joke-cracking buddies to the top of the weekend box office.

Video game tunes go mainstream
LOS ANGELES - Violinists playing sweetly beneath her, the video game heroine Lara Croft has two guns blazing and the full attention of 10,000 people at the Hollywood Bowl.

Video game tunes go mainstream
LOS ANGELES - Violinists playing sweetly beneath her, the video game heroine Lara Croft has two guns blazing and the full attention of 10,000 people at the Hollywood Bowl.

Sound Bites: Music Reviews
Say goodbye to Staind's beautiful ragged edges. On their latest album, the band's signature pained sound, fueled by Aaron Lewis' soul-searching vocals, comes off as shiny, with a bit too much studio polish.

Celeb Q&A: Shooter Jennings
NEW YORK - Sometimes, the offspring of famous parents view their lineage as more of a burden than a benefit - especially when they pursue the same profession.

Celeb Q&A: Shooter Jennings
NEW YORK - Sometimes, the offspring of famous parents view their lineage as more of a burden than a benefit - especially when they pursue the same profession.

Video game tunes go mainstream

Sound Bites: Music Reviews

Celeb Q&A: Shooter Jennings

Sound Bites: Music Reviews
Say goodbye to Staind's beautiful ragged edges. On their latest album, the band's signature pained sound, fueled by Aaron Lewis' soul-searching vocals, comes off as shiny, with a bit too much studio polish.

Earnhardt takes hit on track, in standings
SPEEDWAY, Ind. - Mario Andretti owes Dale Earnhardt Jr. a telephone call.

Stewart wakes up in Brickyard dream
SPEEDWAY, Ind. - Tony Stewart goes by many nicknames in his home state of Indiana.

Barron glad to have opportunity with Heat

Barron glad to have opportunity with Heat
MIAMI - Earl Barron missed an opportunity to play against Shaquille O'Neal a year ago, when the Orlando Magic cut him from their training camp just before facing the Miami Heat in a preseason game.

Barron glad to have opportunity with Heat
MIAMI - Earl Barron missed an opportunity to play against Shaquille O'Neal a year ago, when the Orlando Magic cut him from their training camp just before facing the Miami Heat in a preseason game.

Westbrook returns to camp, no Owens

Marino and Young among Hall inductees

Mr. Samuel Marvin Bailey    (ADRIAN, Ga.)

Mr. Samuel Marvin Bailey    (ADRIAN, Ga.)

Mrs. Jeanette Beal    (SANDERSVILLE, Ga.)

Mrs. Patricia A. Smith    (STONE MOUNTAIN, Ga.)

Mrs. Chellie Rushing    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Chellie Rushing    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Mary Crook    (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mrs. Marjorie L. Reed    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Chellie Rushing    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Tommy M. Quarles    (JOHNSTON, S.C.)

Mrs. Mary Crook    (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mr. Kenny H. Peterson    (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mr. Kenneth H. Peterson    (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mrs. Amelia Penland    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mrs. Allie Hulsebus    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Ms. Eva Palmer    (KEYSVILLE, Ga.)

Ms. Betty Kneece Cook    (WARRENVILLE, S.C.)

Mr. Cleveland Morina    (EDGEFIELD, S.C.)

Mr. Louis B. Whidby, Sr.    (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mr. Robert A. Mitcham    (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Mr. Kenneth H. Peterson    (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mrs. Asalee McTier    (EVANS, Ga.)

Mrs. Allie Hulsebus    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mrs. Martha McGahee    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Kind Stella Johnson    (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mrs. Mary Mancillas    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Isacc Robinson    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mrs. Allie Lou Hulsebus    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mr. Myers Mitchell    (WILLISTON, S.C.)

Mrs. Esther Longshore    (ANNISTON, Ala.)

Mrs. Mattie Lanthrip    (SANDERSVILLE, Ga.)

Ms. Patricia Lloyd    (CAMBRIDGE, Mass.)

Mr. Travis C. Geters    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Francis Lloyd McLarty    (WASHINGTON, Ga.)

Mr. Dale J. Coffman    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Walter E. Lewis    (PERKINS, Ga.)

Ms. Sallie R. Coleman    (WILLISTON, S.C.)

Mrs. Frances Lester    (ATLANTA, Ga.)

Mr. Omar Willard Larmon    (ORISKANY FALLS, N.Y.)

Ms. Betty Kneece Cook    (WARRENVILLE, S.C.)

Mrs. Kind Stella Johnson    (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mr. Walter E. Lewis    (PERKINS, Ga.)

Mr. Isacc Robinson    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mr. Francis Lloyd McLarty    (WASHINGTON, Ga.)

Mr. Myers Mitchell    (WILLISTON, S.C.)

Ms. Patricia Lloyd    (CAMBRIDGE, Mass.)

Mrs. Mattie Lanthrip    (SANDERSVILLE, Ga.)

Mrs. Esther Longshore    (ANNISTON, Ala.)

Mr. Travis C. Geters    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Allie Lou Hulsebus    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Vaughn Mack Taylor    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Mary Mancillas    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Eddie Shoemaker, Sr.    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Martha McGahee    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Francisco Rodriguez    (SARDIS, Ga.)

Mrs. Asalee McTier    (EVANS, Ga.)

Mr. Paul Raymond Russell    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Robert A. Mitcham    (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Mr. Cleveland Morina    (EDGEFIELD, S.C.)

Mr. Cleveland Morina    (EDGEFIELD, S.C.)

Mrs. Martha McGahee    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Ms. Eva Palmer    (KEYSVILLE, Ga.)

Mrs. Mary Mancillas    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Amelia Penland    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mrs. Irene Hunter Lewis    (CRAWFORDVILLE, Ga.)

Mr. Kenny H. Peterson    (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mr. Sam Green Elam    (LINCOLNTON, Ga.)

Mr. Tommy M. Quarles    (JOHNSTON, S.C.)

Mr. Haynie B. Floyd, Sr.    (EDGEFIELD, S.C.)

Mrs. Marjorie L. Reed    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Mary Ann Scott    (MCCORMICK, S.C.)

Mrs. Chellie Rushing    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Irene Hunter Lewis    (CRAWFORDVILLE, Ga.)

Mrs. Patricia A. Smith    (STONE MOUNTAIN, Ga.)

Mr. Ezekiel Cook    (MILLEN, Ga.)

Mrs. Faye S. Wallace    (MILLEN, Ga.)

Mr. Ralph Brown    (AVERA, Ga.)

Mr. Louis B. Whidby, Sr.    (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mr. John L. Asbell, Jr.    (TIGNALL, Ga.)

Mr. Ezekiel Cook    (MILLEN, Ga.)

Mrs. Edna Whitaker    (THOMSON, Ga.)

Ms. Sallie R. Coleman    (WILLISTON, S.C.)

Vaughn Mack Taylor    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Jeanette Beal    (SANDERSVILLE, Ga.)

Mr. Eddie Shoemaker, Sr.    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Irene Hunter Lewis    (CRAWFORDVILLE, Ga.)

Mr. Francisco Rodriguez    (SARDIS, Ga.)

Mrs. Edna Abney Thomas    (GREENSBORO, N.C.)

Mr. Paul Raymond Russell    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Viola Alma Beard    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Cleveland Morina    (EDGEFIELD, S.C.)

Mr. John L. Asbell, Jr.    (TIGNALL, Ga.)

Mrs. Martha McGahee    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Faye S. Wallace    (MILLEN, Ga.)

Mrs. Mary Mancillas    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Viola Alma Beard    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Irene Hunter Lewis    (CRAWFORDVILLE, Ga.)

Mrs. Edna Abney Thomas    (GREENSBORO, N.C.)

Mr. Sam Green Elam    (LINCOLNTON, Ga.)

Mr. Omar Willard Larmon    (ORISKANY FALLS, N.Y.)

Mr. Haynie B. Floyd, Sr.    (EDGEFIELD, S.C.)

Mrs. Edna Whitaker    (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mr. Louis B. Whidby, Sr.    (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mr. Louis B. Whidby, Sr.    (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mr. Ralph Brown    (AVERA, Ga.)

Mrs. Mary Ann Scott    (MCCORMICK, S.C.)

Mr. John Baker, Sr.    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mr. Dale J. Coffman    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. John Baker, Sr.    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mr. John L. Asbell, Jr. (TIGNALL, Ga.)

Mr. Kenny H. Peterson (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Ms. Betty Kneece Cook (WARRENVILLE, S.C.)

Mrs. Mattie Lanthrip (SANDERSVILLE, Ga.)

Mr. Travis C. Geters (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Sam Green Elam (LINCOLNTON, Ga.)

Mrs. Viola Alma Beard (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Francisco Rodriguez (SARDIS, Ga.)

Ms. Patricia Lloyd (CAMBRIDGE, Mass.)

Mr. Samuel Marvin Bailey (ADRIAN, Ga.)

Mr. Robert A. Mitcham (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Mrs. Mary Mancillas (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Myers Mitchell (WILLISTON, S.C.)

Mrs. Patricia A. Smith (STONE MOUNTAIN, Ga.)

Mrs. Martha McGahee (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Cleveland Morina (EDGEFIELD, S.C.)

Mr. Louis B. Whidby, Sr. (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mr. Louis B. Whidby, Sr. (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mrs. Esther Longshore (ANNISTON, Ala.)

Mrs. Edna Abney Thomas (GREENSBORO, N.C.)

Mr. Francis Lloyd McLarty (WASHINGTON, Ga.)

Mr. Eddie Shoemaker, Sr. (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Chellie Rushing (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Mary Crook (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mrs. Irene Hunter Lewis (CRAWFORDVILLE, Ga.)

Mrs. Jeanette Beal (SANDERSVILLE, Ga.)

Mr. Kenneth H. Peterson (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Vaughn Mack Taylor (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. John Baker, Sr. (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mrs. Chellie Rushing (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Irene Hunter Lewis (CRAWFORDVILLE, Ga.)

Mr. Ralph Brown (AVERA, Ga.)

Mr. Omar Willard Larmon (ORISKANY FALLS, N.Y.)

Mr. Paul Raymond Russell (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Allie Lou Hulsebus (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mrs. Kind Stella Johnson (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mr. Tommy M. Quarles (JOHNSTON, S.C.)

Mr. Isacc Robinson (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mr. Dale J. Coffman (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Allie Hulsebus (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mr. Cleveland Morina (EDGEFIELD, S.C.)

Mr. Ezekiel Cook (MILLEN, Ga.)

Mrs. Mary Ann Scott (MCCORMICK, S.C.)

Mrs. Edna Whitaker (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mrs. Martha McGahee (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Haynie B. Floyd, Sr. (EDGEFIELD, S.C.)

Ms. Eva Palmer (KEYSVILLE, Ga.)

Ms. Sallie R. Coleman (WILLISTON, S.C.)

Mrs. Marjorie L. Reed (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Amelia Penland (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mrs. Asalee McTier (EVANS, Ga.)

Mrs. Faye S. Wallace (MILLEN, Ga.)

Mr. Walter E. Lewis (PERKINS, Ga.)

Mrs. Mary Mancillas (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Overtime

Overtime

Overtime
In Huntersville, N.C., Jason Leffler was fired Monday as driver for the No. 11 Chevrolet at Joe Gibbs Racing. The team will use a combination of drivers to replace him for the final 15 races of the season.

Roddick takes Legg Mason title
WASHINGTON - Top-seeded Andy Roddick defeated James Blake 7-5, 6-3 to win the Legg Mason Tennis Classic championship on Saturday.

Overtime
Wayne Gretzky, the NHL's all-time leading scorer, will be the new coach of the Phoenix Coyotes, The Arizona Republic reported on its Web site Sunday.

Overtime
In Huntersville, N.C., Jason Leffler was fired Monday as driver for the No. 11 Chevrolet at Joe Gibbs Racing. The team will use a combination of drivers to replace him for the final 15 races of the season.

Overtime
Wayne Gretzky, the NHL's all-time leading scorer, will be the new coach of the Phoenix Coyotes, The Arizona Republic reported on its Web site Sunday.

Westbrook returns to camp, no Owens
BETHLEHEM, Pa. - While one key to the Philadelphia's offense made his training camp debut Monday, another was absent for the third time in four days.

Marino and Young among Hall inductees
CANTON, Ohio - Dan Marino capped his induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in the best way possible: with a long completion.

Westbrook returns to camp, no Owens
BETHLEHEM, Pa. - While one key to the Philadelphia's offense made his training camp debut Monday, another was absent for the third time in four days.

Marino and Young among Hall inductees
CANTON, Ohio - Dan Marino capped his induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in the best way possible: with a long completion.

Fox's Greta Van Susteren cleans up in Aruba

ABC News' Peter Jennings dies at 67

Jennings' death ushers in uncertain era for TV news
NEW YORK - The death of Peter Jennings means an era in television news has ended with stunning swiftness, giving broadcasters the challenge of reimagining the nightly news in an age of instant Internet updates.

Hagman, Gray return to 'Dallas'

ABC News' Peter Jennings dies at 67
NEW YORK - Peter Jennings, the suave, Canadian-born broadcaster who delivered the news to Americans each night in five separate decades, died Sunday. He was 67.

Jennings' death ushers in uncertain era for TV news

Hagman, Gray return to 'Dallas'
LOS ANGELES - More than 20 years later, there's still some heat in the burning question of the summer of 1980: "Who shot J.R.?"

Jennings' death ushers in uncertain era for TV news
NEW YORK - The death of Peter Jennings means an era in television news has ended with stunning swiftness, giving broadcasters the challenge of reimagining the nightly news in an age of instant Internet updates.

Hagman, Gray return to 'Dallas'
LOS ANGELES - More than 20 years later, there's still some heat in the burning question of the summer of 1980: "Who shot J.R.?"

ABC News' Peter Jennings dies at 67
NEW YORK - Peter Jennings, the suave, Canadian-born broadcaster who delivered the news to Americans each night in five separate decades, died Sunday. He was 67.

Fox's Greta Van Susteren cleans up in Aruba
NEW YORK - Bringing a microphone and camera crew to the gates of an Aruba landfill this past week, Greta Van Susteren returned to the island that her nightly Fox News Channel program has figuratively called home recently.\r\n

Fox's Greta Van Susteren cleans up in Aruba
NEW YORK - Bringing a microphone and camera crew to the gates of an Aruba landfill this past week, Greta Van Susteren returned to the island that her nightly Fox News Channel program has figuratively called home recently.

Police investigate BB gun shooting of clebrity photographer

People in the News

Elvis fans worry about company in charge of Graceland

Spurrier may have to begin with the basics
COLUMBIA, S.C. - Despite a catchy nickname and his own reputation for high-flying offense, Steve Spurrier's not sure South Carolina is ready for its "Cock-n-Fire" attack.

Players allege cover up in court documents
COLUMBIA, S.C. - Brian Brownlee and Woodly Telfort, the two ex-South Carolina players facing the most serious charges involving thefts at Williams-Brice Stadium last November, claim in court documents that coach Steve Spurrier told the team no one would face criminal charges if the stolen items were returned.

Players allege cover up in court documents
COLUMBIA, S.C. - Brian Brownlee and Woodly Telfort, the two ex-South Carolina players facing the most serious charges involving thefts at Williams-Brice Stadium last November, claim in court documents that coach Steve Spurrier told the team no one would face criminal charges if the stolen items were returned.

Spurrier may have to begin with the basics

Spurrier may have to begin with the basics
COLUMBIA, S.C. - Despite a catchy nickname and his own reputation for high-flying offense, Steve Spurrier's not sure South Carolina is ready for its "Cock-n-Fire" attack.

Players allege cover up in court documents

Audio best

Boys State opens eyes to government
I woke up at 6:30 a.m. I was up with about 800 other boys from across the state, marching in two straight lines to breakfast on the University of South Carolina campus in Columbia. We had a half-hour to eat our meal, consisting of soggy eggs and things we couldn't identify, and got in a few minutes to talk before we were off to our day's events. It was just the beginning of South Carolina Palmetto Boys State, a weeklong program in June sponsored by the American Legion that allows young men to experience firsthand the processes and procedures of government and politics.

Xtreme calendar
SCHOOL'S IN: Aiken County pupils get back in the grind with the first day of classes. Check out school policies and get this year's calendar (if you haven't already) at www.aiken.k12.sc.us.

Helpful hints can guide pupils through another year

Programs, counselors can help with anger
THIS WEEK'S PROBLEM: When I get mad, I take my anger out on the people I love, and I really don't want to do that. How can you help?

Xtreme calendar

Helpful hints can guide pupils through another year
School is like a hurricane approaching shore - you can't stop it. But if you can't prevent it, the least you can do is try to make sure you survive. We've talked with pupils and school officials across the Augusta area to glean tips on how to get in gear and back in the grind, regardless of your grade.

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 sold; Gold signifies more than 500,000 copies sold:

My style
THE FACTS: Vontrice White, 17, a senior at Cross Creek High School

Activities make tour of capital enjoyable
I got a free trip to Washington, D.C., in June with other Georgia teens for the 40th annual Washington Youth Tour.

Xtreme question of the week
Q: Would it be beneficial for schools to teach a class on state laws?

Teen Board is good chance to learn about journalism
Lord Byron once said, "But words are things, and a small drop of ink, falling like dew upon a thought, produces that which makes thousands, perhaps millions, think."

Programs, counselors can help with anger

My style
THE FACTS: Vontrice White, 17, a senior at Cross Creek High School

Helpful hints can guide pupils through another year
School is like a hurricane approaching shore - you can't stop it. But if you can't prevent it, the least you can do is try to make sure you survive. We've talked with pupils and school officials across the Augusta area to glean tips on how to get in gear and back in the grind, regardless of your grade.

My style

Xtreme calendar
SCHOOL'S IN: Aiken County pupils get back in the grind with the first day of classes. Check out school policies and get this year's calendar (if you haven't already) at www.aiken.k12.sc.us.

Boys State opens eyes to government

Boys State opens eyes to government
I woke up at 6:30 a.m. I was up with about 800 other boys from across the state, marching in two straight lines to breakfast on the University of South Carolina campus in Columbia. We had a half-hour to eat our meal, consisting of soggy eggs and things we couldn't identify, and got in a few minutes to talk before we were off to our day's events. It was just the beginning of South Carolina Palmetto Boys State, a weeklong program in June sponsored by the American Legion that allows young men to experience firsthand the processes and procedures of government and politics.

Xtreme question of the week

Xtreme question of the week
Q: Would it be beneficial for schools to teach a class on state laws?

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 sold; Gold signifies more than 500,000 copies sold:

Programs, counselors can help with anger
THIS WEEK'S PROBLEM: When I get mad, I take my anger out on the people I love, and I really don't want to do that. How can you help?