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Lori Myles says she'll bring the classroom experience she has gained as a longtime - and sometimes controversial - Richmond County educator and much more into the Augusta mayor's office if elected May 20.

Legendary Georgia coach Vince Dooley spoke during Aquinas' ring ceremony Wednesday.

COLUMBIA - An ad attacking Democratic Sen. Vincent Sheheen's work as a defense attorney has prompted the South Carolina Bar to fight back against what it calls an unfair smear of the legal profession.

COLUMBIA - Dozens of South Carolina veterans gathered at the Statehouse on Wednesday to press lawmakers to boost benefits for those who served in the military and their families.

ELLIJAY, Ga. - Criticized by one group as the "guns everywhere" bill, Georgia took a big step Wednesday toward expanding where licensed carriers can take their weapons.

A dozen or so women will huddle around the governor's desk Thursday as he signs into law a bill they lobbied the legislature to pass so other mothers might not lose their sons to drug overdoses.

Ten people from Hephzibah High School have tested positive for exposure to tuberculosis bacteria on a skin test.

Savannah River National Laboratory is seeking to boost partnerships with research universities in an effort to lead the world in scientific innovations to protect national security.

Brenda and Donnie Arnold take a walk near Thurmond Dam in Clarks Hill, S.C. Today's forecast calls for sunny skies with a high of 80.

The Columbia County Board of Elections has set qualifying dates for candidates seeking to fill posts vacated by Kay and Charles Allen.

De'Monta Collins had no shortage of quirks, but the oddities were exactly what made him so special, said his mother.

The $22 million expansion of Fort Gordon's Post Exchange lost nearly 40 construction days this winter, but the project's manager said Wednesday that the new facility should be ready well ahead of significant job growth on post.

While staring at her nephew in his hospital bed, his head covered in stitches and his body a jigsaw of broken bones, Arlene Lewis is convinced someone out there is unable to sleep at night.

Lori Myles says she'll bring the classroom experience she has gained as a longtime - and sometimes controversial - Richmond County educator and much more into the Augusta mayor's office if elected May 20.

William Debow is named in a 38-count criminal indictment that accuses him of knowingly selling weapons to a convicted felon and to people who do not reside in Georgia.

As the locally grown movement continues to take off, many local farmers and artisans participate in farmers markets for reasons other than earning a profit.

I watched the mayoral debate on TV last night. Augusta is in trouble.

A former guard at Augusta State Medical Prison pleaded guilty Wednesday to smuggling drugs to inmates.

This Saturday, the Alleluia Community School will host its 10th annual Glory 5K in the Lumpkin Road area of South Augusta. The event begins at 8 a.m.

A 16-year-old told her mother she heard knocking sounds Monday on her bedroom window at the home in the 200 block of Ellis Street about 10 p.m. Video surveillance at the home revealed a young man, who was possibly Hispanic, at the teen's window.

A mother is facing charges after police said she hit her daughter with an extension cord and then made her wear a sweater to hide the injuries.

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