Scott Hudson

Scott Hudson is an award winning investigative journalist from Augusta, GA who reported daily for WGAC AM/FM radio as well as maintaining a monthly column for the Buzz On Biz newspaper. Scott co-edited the award winning book "Augusta's WGAC: The Voice Of The Garden City For Seventy Years" and authored the book "The Contract On The Government."
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Richmond County Sheriff says jail is in ‘crisis’

The Richmond County Commission approved an emergency $500,000 allocation to cover the cost of repairs at the Charles B. Webster Detention Center.

Augusta Marina Boathouse deemed dangerous, unusable

Richmond County Commission considered solutions for Marina Boathouse at its Feb. 7 meeting.

Former Augusta Mayor rents storage unit but city has no access

Former Augusta Mayor Hardie Davis Jr. went on a spending spree with city money just as he left office, and one of the purchases was a four-month storage unit rental, and no one in the current administration knows what it contains.

MotorHeadline: The slow death of the sedan

When the Ford Motor Company announced in 2018 that it was phasing out traditional cars in favor of trucks, SUVs and crossovers, the automotive world was stunned and, at first, the automotive press sneered.

Augusta Canal to be drained

The Augusta Canal will be drained temporaily to facilitate utilities work.

Something you may not have known: The stinky story of Phinizy Swamp

The Phinizy Swamp of today is a beautiful scenic area filled with flora and fauna, but it has quite a poopy past.

Parent of child mauled by pitbulls files suit against owner, 15 unnamed defendants

The parent of a Columbia County boy who remains hospitalized with devastating injuries after being mauled by three pit bulls near his Grovetown home on Jan. 6 has filed suit in Superior Court.

City stalls releasing records on Sen. Harold Jones new government job

Georgia State Sen. Harold Jones (D-Augusta) started work on Jan. 2 as a “compliance officer” for the city’s State Court, but he doesn’t want to talk about his new job, and neither do most of those who know about the recent appointment.

Richmond County substitute teacher caught “vaping” in class

A student and a substitute teacher both were caught misbehaving Jan. 27 at A.R. Johnson Health Science and Engineering Magnet School

Augusta mayor releases statement on Gold Cross EMS, former commissioner speaks out

Augusta Mayor Garnett Johnson is committed to insuring Augusta/Richmond County has ambulance service, despite the recent problems negotiating a contract with the current provider.

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