The Augusta Commission approved building changes to Alexander Drive Apartments at Tuesday night's commission meeting. More>>
A state audit of South Carolina First Steps says lawmakers need to define "school readiness" and implement pre-school testing to better determine which children most need help and how to boost chances for success. More>>
A judge overseeing the case against dozens of Atlanta educators accused of a conspiracy to cheat on standardized tests is expressing concerns about whether their statements to investigators were coerced by investigators. More>>
Construction on the U.S. 378 bridge linking McCormick with Lincolnton, Ga., is on hold while officials study cracks along the foundation of the structure at the bottom of Lake Thurmond. More>>
Being from Augusta, I—like many of you—have an interest in Augusta's history and things that go on around here. Over the years, the Augusta area has seen many changes. Some might say change is not happening More>>
Among those hot button issues on the agenda for the Augusta Commission, leaving children and pets in cars unattended. More>>
South Carolina's health agency wants the state to move forward with a proposal to ban the purchase of some unhealthful foods by people using food stamps, officially known as the Supplemental Nutrition More>>
South Carolina's financial oversight board unanimously approved borrowing $120 million for Boeing Co.'s expansion plans in North Charleston. More>>
A recent article Money Watch ranks Augusta number 7 in cheapest cities in the U.S. To buy a home. Is that a reflection on the cities economic development, job creation, or just evident of national trend?
Longtime Augusta mayor assistant Karyn Nixon is leaving her job with the city. More>>
South Carolina officials are preparing to pay for another round of taxpayer credit monitoring. More>>
Just four teacher-training programs at Georgia's college and universities have earned high marks on a national survey that examined more than 1,000 programs. More>>
A church-affiliated retirement community in Orangeburg is seeking approval to serve beer and wine after its bid to serve liquor was rejected by state officials. More>>
A tractor trailer is overturned on I-20 westbound near mile marker 18 in Aiken. More>>
More than 600 people are without power Tuesday morning in parts of Richmond and Burke counties. More>>
This week marks the 50th anniversary of National Small Business Week, a time to celebrate the role small business owners play in our economy and in our community. NBC 26 checked out one local shop to find out how they're using technology to stay competitive. More>>
South Carolina would borrow up to $500 million for roads and bridges under a tentative budget agreement that a state budget conference committee has reached. The full House and Senate must approve the More>>
Throughout the week, Fort Gordon will test a Land Mobile Radio System that emits a frequency that may cause some of you grief.
Georgia's voter registration law requiring proof of citizenship is similar to one in Arizona that has been struck down by the U.S. Supreme Court. More>>
At first Glance Sira Kane would appear to be just your Average fun Loving, shy 3rd grader. But at the age of 9, she is Already an accomplished author with not one, but TWO published books.
One of Augusta's oldest neighborhoods is getting a face lift after months of delays. The future of an empty lot on Sibley Street is exciting Olde Town neighbors. "An area like this has been neglected More>>
Legislators say a tentative agreement could provide up to $800 million for road and bridge work across South Carolina. More>>
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