Thirty-eight law enforcement officers from Richmond, Columbia and Aiken counties killed in the line of duty were honored during a Wednesday luncheon for Peace Officer Memorial Day.
The fatal shootings of two Augusta-area police officers in 2011, followed by a third in January, reflect a nationwide trend.
Hundreds came out to Carolina Ale House on Tuesday night to celebrate the life of Richmond County Deputy James "J.D." Paugh, who was killed in the line of duty a year ago.
One year after JD Paugh was killed on his way home from a special duty assignment, hundreds of motorcycle enthusiasts gathered at Crazy Turks Pizza to pay tribute to the man who loved to ride.
Tuesday will mark the anniversary of the night Richmond County Sheriff's Deputy James "JD" Paugh was killed by a gunman.
Family and co-workers of slain Richmond County deputy James D. Paugh and Aiken Public Safety officer Scotty Richardson will head to Washington, D.C., to participate in various events focused on ...
Richmond County Deputy James D. Paugh, who was shot and killed Oct. 23 when he stopped his motorcycle to investigate a suspicious vehicle, was remembered and recognized Wednesday.
The motorcycle of fallen Deputy James D. Paugh was delivered Friday to the Augusta Museum of History, where it will be part of an exhibit on local law enforcement history.
Experts are working to help officers who live through shootings or witness the death of a colleague get through it and get back on the job.
There is one unwritten rule that every police officer knows: “Make sure you go home at the end of your shift.” Sadly, not every officer is able to comply.
The Shield Club of Augusta donated more than $20,000 Tuesday to the sheriff's offices in Richmond and Columbia counties in memory of a deputy killed last year in the line of duty.
Fourteen body armor vests for deputies will be ordered this year in memory of fallen Richmond County Deputy J.D. Paugh.
Outside a modest house at the end of a short driveway in Hephzibah hangs a blue-and-white wreath. Each car in the driveway proudly displays a thin blue line decal.
Two events are in the works to honor the memory of slain Richmond County sheriff's Deputy James D. Paugh.
Augusta Commission members gave the go-ahead Tuesday to renaming a Bobby Jones Expressway interchange for Richmond County sheriff's Deputy James D. Paugh, who was gunned down during a routine ...
Famed psychiatrist Viktor Frankl suggested that we not ask questions of life anyway - rather, that we seek to understand what life is asking of us and respond accordingly.
"I've never seen so many people stand up for one person," said Amanda Creech, the wife of a Richmond County Sheriff's Office motorcycle deputy. "This always happens somewhere else. It's not ...
Deputy James D. Paugh gave his life while protecting the public, and on Thursday those he served and those he never met lined the streets of Augusta for his funeral procession.
The family of the solider who killed Deputy James D. Paugh and himself released a statement Thursday afternoon.
In a funeral service Thursday that mixed formal ceremony with raw emotion, friends recalled Deputy James D. Paugh's character and talked about what makes a hero.