A man in a motorized wheelchair was struck by a vehicle Friday afternoon in Richmond County.
GREENSBORO, N.C. - Tiffany Mitchell drove to the basket and scored with 4.2 seconds left and South Carolina edged North Carolina 67-65 on Friday night in the NCAA Tournament's round of 16.
Obama says the Ferguson protests “were understandable.” Based on what?
A suspect is sought for allegedly stealing items from Ulta Beauty on Robert C. Daniel Parkway.
Augusta's community cleanup is set for tomorrow.
Firefighters were called to 406 Padrick Street in Martinez just after 3:30 p.m., when a resident of the home heard an explosion outside, according to Columbia County Battalion Chief Danny Kuhlmann.
A fugitive wanted by the Aiken Department of Public Safety was arrested Thursday in Richmond County.
A wreck has blocked most lanes of Washington Road, according to Richmond County dispatch.
An Augusta man is facing charges after police found an active drug lab inside his vehicle.
Years of repair work on Thurmond Dam's spillway gates were completed this week, and the reservoir level will no longer be restricted below its full summer pool.
Police are seeking two men who snatched a woman's purse outside a Tobacco Road restaurant on Thursday.
U.S. Rep. Rick Allen says legislation House Republicans approved this week to balance the federal budget in fewer than 10 years through "meaningful" spending cuts "promotes greater economic ...
ATHENS, Ga. -- Police say someone fired a gun Thursday night during an attempted armed robbery west of downtown.
VALDOSTA, Ga. - Valdosta High School officials say a freshman athlete is dead after a baseball struck him in the head during a game.
WASHINGTON -- Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid announced this morning he will not run for another term in 2016,
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. - Police say a fight over a cinnamon bun has led to an attempted murder charge against a Myrtle Beach woman.
GREENVILLE, S.C. - Greenville police say a man has died after stealing a marked patrol car and crashing it into a brick wall.
Opponents of the proposed Palmetto Pipeline will get a state-conducted public hearing on the project as well as more scrutiny of how much the pipeline would benefit Georgia.