Local Government

Project Jackson moving forward with hotel and senior living facility making up ground


UPDATE | Columbia County sign ordinance goes to Board of Commissioners for approval


Augusta Commissioner raises concerns about access to information


UPDATE | City announces strategy to pay for multimillion dollar parking deck for Cyber Institute


LIVE UPDATES: Missing faces at Augusta Commission Meeting


Funding for Project Jackson coming along slowly


The Foundry Apartments project will target medical professionals


Design plans finalized for new transit center near Gordon Highway


City moves forward with parking garage location


Red Carpet tour brings in potential businesses to River Region


Mixed use apartment project causes debate for commissioners


Augusta Marshal starts clean up initiative on South Augusta roads


City looking into infrastructure work before downtown Renaissance


New downtown hotels to help turn Reynolds into Hospitality District


Project Jackson puzzle coming together


City looking at noise ordinance after giving special exception to wedding venue


UPDATE | Bird's eye view of Project Jackson


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National Headlines from NBC News

Trump Warns of Possible 'Major, Major Conflict' With North Korea

President Donald Trump told Reuters that America could be headed for a "major, major conflict" with North Korea over that country's nuclear program.

Hawk Attacks Leave Neighbors on Edge

Residents of one Florida town are keeping an eye on the sky when they venture outside. WESH's Bob Kealing reports.

Pregnant Woman Robbed and Run Over

A pregnant woman survived being run over after being robbed in a parking lot. KPRC's Phil Archer reports.

Utah Rep. Chaffetz Reveals 'Screwy' Reason for Missing Work

Rep. Jason Chaffetz posted a startling X-ray showing the hardware that has been holding his right foot together for the last 12 years.

Wells Fargo Scam Targeted Undocumented Immigrants, Lawsuit Claims

Employees were instructed to "round up" undocumented day laborers and coax them into opening bank accounts. A bank spokesperson denied it.