Updated: 8:48 PM The Richmond County Board of Education approved a new budget Wednesday. School leaders gave us the inside story on the budget battle.
Updated: 8:05 PM Sources say Academy of Richmond County Principal Tim Spivey will be recommended for the job of deputy superintendent.
Updated: 7:39 PM It looks like it's back to the drawing board for a new list of names for the "New U."
Updated: 2:34 PM It's a step into the 21st century for Augusta State University. This fall, the school will offer its first-ever online degree program for students.
Updated: 8:12 PM Paine College is working on a list of improvements from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, the body that oversees school operations.
Updated: 8:39 PM City Administrator Russell says the deal could save the city between $500,000 and $1 million. He said it was too early to speculate about how the move could impact jobs.
Updated: 12:14 PM Jevon Maloy was killed last week when he was electrocuted while working on the construction site of a new Richmond County magnet school.
Updated: 11:59 AM Doctors agree, if you want to help, make sure that power is off and you hear dispatchers instructing them to do that.
Updated: 11:31 AM For Richmond County, the district is short $34 million. So, several things are on the chopping block, including teaching positions and even school officers.
Posted: 2:09 PM It's an eye-opening experience, exposing a few of Aiken County's rising eighth graders to new career opportunities.
Updated: 1:15 PM The two slain former players were identified as Edward Christian and Ladarious Phillips. The other person killed was identified as Demario Pitts.
Updated: 1:12 PM With pencils and paper ready to go, class is in session for Richmond County middle schoolers working in the IDEA program.
Posted: 1:46 PM TMAC hopes to provide children with productive activities and help give them a better shot at a brighter future.
Updated: 7:23 PM ASU and GHSU hosted another open forum to update students and faculty on the "New U" as the two universities prepare to consolidate into one.
Posted: 2:28 PM The cut in federal money is a punishment for the state not spending enough on students with disabilities in the 2009-10 school year.
Updated: 3:24 PM Imagine not missing a day of school for an entire year. Now think about not missing a day for twelve straight years. Three Aiken High School students did just that.
Updated: 12:32 PM It's no secret. College isn't cheap. But a local manufacturer is rethinking things, and the new way of doing things has caught the eye of the White House.
Updated: 12:45 PM Save Our Seniors targets non-traditional learners who need a different classroom setting and more attention.
Updated: 12:48 PM Organizers say blood drives will be held June 11 in Columbia, S.C.; and June 13 in Athens, Ga. They say the blood drive will be nationwide and encourage alumni to donate at any blood donation center.
Posted: 2:48 PM U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan said in a call with reporters Tuesday that he has approved waivers for Connecticut, Delaware, Louisiana, Maryland, New York, North Carolina, Ohio and Rhode Island.
Updated: 8:31 PM A Columbia County teacher bitten by a venomous snake is out of the hospital. And, snake experts say we can expect to see more snakes this summer.