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Proceed with caution

Youths can veer into danger even without driving, though. Often, it's because of alcohol.
Crowdfunding backers hope to raise interest a commercial attorney. "But Georgia is leading the conversation."Richard Swart, the director of a University of California Berkeley program on finance innovations, supports crowdfunding generally but said companies have to generate enthusiasm...
Friendship was forged in heat of 1964 civil rights struggle

HOLLY SPRINGS, Miss. - Roy DeBerry learned at an early age what could happen to a black boy who violated Mississippi's Jim Crow-era social code.
The Artside: Sacred Heart to show paintings by artist-teacher Kuhlke

Exhibits are opening that will feature works by Bea Kuhlke, one of Augusta's best-known artists, and Bill Updegraff, an award-winning watercolorist.
Feds probe Emory University

ATLANTA -- The U.S. Department of Education says Emory University is being investigated for the way it responds to complaints of sexual violence and harassment.
Savannah River National Lab marks 10th anniversary, focuses on academic partnerships

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.
Income gap largest since 1920s

The richest 1 percent of Americans are collecting the biggest share of household income since the 1920s, according to a new analysis.
Homeland Security chief resigns

WASHINGTON - Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, who led the burgeoning Department of Homeland Security through a host of policy changes in the post 9/11 era, is resigning to head the University of California system.
Benjamin Shattuck

...California (1943-1945) and graduated from San Marino Prep School in 1946. Ben went on to attend the University of California, Berkeley, graduating with a Business Administration degree in 1950. While at Cal, he was a proud member of Delta...
Analysis: 'Jungle primary' could shake up Georgia voting

ATLANTA -- If California's latest political fashion comes east, it could shake up politics in the Peach State, experts say.