A Hephzibah man told deputies someone stole more than $1,200 worth of sneakers from his son's bedroom Friday.
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The National Weather Service in Columbia says the threat of severe weather has left the Augusta area, but not before leaving behind some property damage Sunday.
Vandals ransacked a construction company's trailer at Butler High School on Saturday and caused damage in the school's lunch room, a police report says.
Two people were hospitalized Saturday after an accident on Interstate 20 in McDuffie County.
The 17-year-old was killed after running a stop sign while returning home from church, a state trooper said.
Glenn O'Neill and his wife, Cara, hoped to have the $1.8 million in funds secured by Eliza's 5th birthday on Nov. 16. On Friday their foundation's GoFundMe campaign had finally surpassed its goal.
More than 250 people gathered at First Baptist Church of Augusta Sunday to watch the free performance by the Augusta Concert Band. The concert is held every year to kick off the annual Empty Stocking Fund campaign.
Karen Williams was found with multiple stab wounds to her head and neck, while her body was wrapped in a thick white blanket and bound with tape.
Thanksgiving 2014 brings its share of things to be grateful for, including an end to elections and to sweltering summer weather.