NORTH AUGUSTA, SC (WJBF) — We’re getting a better look at the scope of Project Jackson thanks to an aerial view of ongoing construction.
Should U.S. high school students know at least as much about the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the Federalist papers as …
AUGUSTA (WJBF) — The law will allow breweries and distilleries to sell a limited amount of alcohol directly to customers, instead of to whol…
AUGUSTA (WJBF) — Some people who live on the Savannah River are worried how a new project will affect the river level in downtown Augusta.
WikiLeaks will work with technology companies to help defend them against the Central Intelligence Agency’s hacking tools, founder Julian As…
Right now, alcohol manufacturers have to sell their products to a wholesaler who then sells the products to retail stores.
Shelters could have to provide bite statistics to people looking to adopt certain breeds.
The Georgia Cyber Innovation and Training Center will be built on the old Golf and Gardens property on Reynolds Street.
It’s a $200 million project that has been in the making in North Augusta for more than four years.
Ricardo Azziz made $1,735,874 last year, according to state records.
The owner of Augusta’s Riverwatch Brewery says Senate Bill 85 would help her business grow.
The South Carolina department of juvenile justice director is off the job. Sylvia Murray resigned on Friday.
The Trump administration has instituted what it described as a temporary media blackout at the Environmental Protection Agency and barred st…
An upscale hotel chain could be coming to North Augusta as a part of Project Jackson.
Clarke Stearns is the sheriff-elect, but his former opponent, J.R. Jones, has filed a lawsuit trying to prevent Stearns from being sworn int…
The Georgia Sheriffs’ Association believes the Marshal’s Office doesn’t have the same law enforcement authority as the Sheriff’s Office.
January 1st, the city of Augusta’s contract with Gold Cross EMS will expire, which means ambulance service rates will go up.
Brett Brannon says if elected, he wants to grow downtown and take a hard look at Project Jackson.