Bianca Cain Johnson, Augusta Chronicle

Bianca Cain Johnson

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Past articles by Bianca:

2 arrested at course during Masters Week

Two people left Augusta National Golf Club in handcuffs during the Masters Tournament. → Read More

Burke County sheriff notes accomplishments in first 100 days

A reduction in violent crime and drastic increases in traffic enforcement are just two of the most wide-reaching effects Burke County Sheriff Alfonzo Williams points to in his first 100 days in office. → Read More

Murder of woman in 1997 still unsolved

When police found the body of Delphine Brown beside Laney-Walker Boulevard, they were initially unsure if she died there or was dumped, but it was clearly a homicide. → Read More

Tournament traffic plan tweaked

Law enforcement and traffic officials are confident in their plan to get Masters Tournament patrons to Augusta National Golf Club this week despite what the weather might bring. → Read More

Masters Week might start rainy but should turn seasonal and pleasant

Masters Week might not get off to a great start weather-wise but should be seasonal and pleasant for most days. → Read More

CHAMP program seeing early success, say transportation officials

One month in, Georgia Department of Transportation officials say a new high roadway assistance program is already seeing success. → Read More

City agencies team up to remove signs violating ordinance

Dozens of yard sale, internet service and tax prep signs ended up in a sign graveyard Wednesday after a joint agency clean-up of major county thoroughfares. → Read More

Old fire engine gets new mission of honor

An old fire engine is getting an upgrade to better send firefighters to their final resting place. → Read More

Critical need for O negative blood

Shepeard Community Blood Center is experiencing a critical need for O negative blood. → Read More

Gas prices have declined, but summer increase likely

Gas prices have seen a gradual decline, but that doesn’t mean a summer increase isn’t just around the bend. → Read More

UPS driver inducted into company’s Circle of Honor for 25 years of accident free driving

In the past 25 years, Lisa Black has logged countless miles delivering packages in her big, brown UPS truck, and recently she was honored for delivering them all accident-free. → Read More

Little change in this year’s Masters traffic plan

Richmond County traffic engineers are sticking with what works for this year’s Masters Tournament traffic plan. → Read More

Last week’s deaths of SCDOT employees bring home danger of job to road construction workers

Traffic whizzed by Tuesday on Columbia Road while Georgia Department of Transportation workers cleaned drainage structures. With each passing vehicle, a gust of wind hit their bodies. This might be a constant reminder of ever-present peril for someone else, but it’s business as usual for DOT employees. → Read More

Police cracking down on impaired driving for St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day is no excuse to drive under the influence, officials are warning about the holiday partying that will begin Friday and likely extend through the weekend. → Read More

Man accused in death of SCDOT workers has long list of driving offenses

An Augusta man accused of killing two South Carolina Department of Transportation workers and injuring another in a hit-and-run Monday has an extensive record of driving offenses in Richmond County. → Read More

2 SC DOT employees killed in Aiken County hit and run

Two South Carolina Department of Transportation employees were killed in a hit and run crash in Aiken County this morning. → Read More

Arrest made in hit and run that killed 2 SC DOT employees in Aiken County Monday

An Augusta man has been charged in the death Monday morning of two South Carolina Department of Transportation employees and the injury of a third. → Read More

Gang activity increasing in Augusta area

After several recent incidents involving gangs in the Augusta-area, local authorities agree on one thing: gang activity is increasing and becoming a growing problem. → Read More

Two Richmond County deputies disciplined for releasing an intoxicated man from custody

Two Richmond County sheriff’s deputies were disciplined after releasing a drunken man from custody instead of taking him to jail. → Read More

The Richmond County Sheriff’s Office launched its Twitter account Monday

The Richmond County Sheriff’s Office launched its Twitter account Monday. → Read More