North Augusta city council candidates talk about Project Jackson


1 mins ago - In less than two weeks voters in North Augusta will make a decision that could impact both sides of the river as well as the future of the riverfront. Three city council seats are up for grabs, and Project Jackson was a big talker at Thursday night's candidate meeting.

A plan that started in The White House is making its way to Augusta

Updated: 8:17 PM - A plan that started in The White House is making its way here. It's called My Brother's Keeper and it's a 6 step-plan to keep kids in school and out of trouble. An ex-con says he's proof it's going to work and Thursday he sat down with News 12's Jorge Lopez.

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Hawks trio selected to the All Star game

Posted: 8:31 PM - Al Horford, Paul Millsap and Jeff Teague have been picked as reserves for the Eastern Conference All-Star team, giving the sizzling Atlanta Hawks three selections.

Plenty at stake for kids at the state swimming meet

Updated: 9:18 PM - We're just a week away from the Georgia state swimming championships. A lot of kids from the area going for titles. For underclassmen, this is another chance to make a splash with college coaches.

Georgia Southern to play Clemson in 2016

Posted: 2:12 PM - Georgia Southern football will travel to play Clemson in a non-conference game in 2018. The Eagles have previously announced a home-and-home series with Kent State and will travel to the Golden Flashes that season as well.

Police: Family killed man over child custody dispute

Posted: 5:39 PM - Police say a woman and some relatives lured her estranged husband into their home by offering to let him see his children, then beat him in the head with a hammer and fatally shot him as he tried to run away.

12 OYS: Doctor vanishes leaving medical records in limbo, says former patient

Updated: 01/28/2015 - He has been fighting for more than a year to get disability after an injury left him unable to work. Now a man said he is facing another setback. His disability case worker is trying to determine if he qualifies to receive benefits. But standing in the way is his doctor who has not released his medical records for a decision to be made.

Tenant: Raw sewage leaking everywhere, "you can hear the squish, squash"

Updated: 01/23/2015 - A woman is accusing her property manager of failing to correct a plumbing problem that has now caused raw sewage to overflow in her apartment. The problem got so bad this week, Richmond County Code Enforcement inspectors ordered two apartments in the complex to be evacuated.

12 OYS: Recent divorcee loses $5,000 in online dating and check scam

Updated: 01/21/2015 - It may not be a whole lot of money in waiting tables, but an Aiken County mother may have to work even harder to pay off a huge debt. She said she was scammed in an online dating site, after trusting someone who ended up faking her out with a fake check.

12 OYS: Father loses job over speeding ticket paid 17 years ago

Updated: 01/20/2015 - An Aiken County man thought he paid the price for having a lead foot, that led him to get a speeding ticket nearly 20-years ago. Instead that old ticket cost him a job. We took to a road trip to smooth out this traffic ticket mix up.

Report: 2nd grader brings .22 caliber bullets to class; on school bus

Updated: 01/16/2015 - If you are a parent, you do everything to keep your child safe. But an Augusta mother said she felt helpless, after she found bullets in her son''s backpack. She called Monte Sano Elementary School after finding about a dozen bullets in her 7 year-old's backpack. Now an investigation is underway into what happened.

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