Snake bites are on the rise in the state of Georgia.
For three decades Lake Olmstead Stadium has provided the soundtrack of summer in the CSRA, but after 30 years of professional baseball at Th…
Some in the CSRA visit the cemetery on the day dedicated to motherhood.
(Augusta, GA) Check out this raw footage from our upcoming special report on military dogs. I spent time at Fort Gordon with these elite ani…
The city of North Augusta is hosting a ‘Household Hazardous Waste Collection’ event next weekend.
AUGUSTA, Ga.– Augusta is playing a huge role in the global defense of critical infrastructure. The Unisys Cyber Intelligence Center is locat…
Aiken Public Safety is investigating a shooting at a local business on Saturday afternoon.
The official groundbreaking for the Georgia Cyber Innovation and Training Center set for next month.
On Saturday, a course was held at Daniel Field that took Drivers Education a step further.
It was a day set to keep tradition alive.
Georgia peach growers say their growing season has been “a roller coaster” of weather that included cold snaps and drenching rain.
Georgia Power has extended an agreement to keep construction going on Plant Vogtle after the project’s main builder filed for bankruptcy.
Augusta is growing, but so is the need for sidewalks and pedestrian-friendly facilities.
A pedestrian is in the hospital after being hit by a vehicle.
An Augusta neighborhood says advertisements and goodie bags for Pure Romance parties were left hanging on their mailboxes.
Plant Vogtle is at a crucial crossroads. Its main contractor, Westinghouse Electric, filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in March. Th…
Deputies are responding to the scene of a shooting on Wrightsboro Road.
A local festival is bringing some of the biggest names in Bluegrass to the CSRA.