Columbia County looks for ways to fill empty bus driver seats

Updated: 11:49 AM - It's a problem students and parents have been facing for weeks, late and severely overcrowded buses. School officials in Columbia County are hoping a new action plan will help solve transportation problems and as News 12 reports families may start noticing results as early as Wednesday.

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Laura Coble wins Georgia Senior Women's Championship

Posted: 08/26/2014 - Laura Coble of Augusta wins the GSGA Senior Women's Championship at even-par 144 (71-73), four strokes ahead of Brenda Pictor of Marietta, who finished at 4-over-par 148 (72-76) for runner-up honors. The 17th annual competition was played at Big Canoe Golf Club, August 25-26.

Georgia-Clemson ready to kick off the season

Posted: 08/26/2014 - With the switch to the new four team playoff, there's little doubt at least one, if not more, one loss teams will be among the four. Well, after this week, Georgia or Clemson will have the pressures of winning out to be considered for that playoff.

Clemson suspends three for season opener against Georgia

Posted: 08/26/2014 - Clemson coach Dabo Swinney says the three players suspended for the 16th-ranked Tigers' opener at No. 12 Georgia, including returning starters defensive end Corey Crawford and offensive lineman David Beasley, won't get a reprieve from their one-game punishments.

Season taking shape for Paine College

Posted: 08/25/2014 - Paine College will soon get its first taste of an authentic college football game. For some Lions players, it's been a long wait, but the real thing is worth it.

12 OYS: System lets victims know about inmate's status

Updated: 12:07 PM - A woman is still in the hospital after deputies said her husband poured gasoline on her, and set her on fire. Her husband Ronnie Lee Jones is back in jail on that aggravated assault charge. He had been released just hours before the incident happened early Friday morning. But there is technology that can alert victims when suspects are released from jail.

12 OYS: Handicapped senior says Augusta bus service discriminating

Updated: 08/25/2014 - A disabled veteran said he is the target of discrimination. Bruce Heitz said he has been fighting for nearly 2 years with Augusta's para-transit service. Fighting about picking him up for anything from medical appointments to the grocery store. Now he is turning to On Your Side.

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