Flash flood watch has been extended in Aiken County

Updated: 3:06 PM - The flash flood watch for Aiken County is now in effect through Sunday afternoon. The National Weather Service says the flash flood watch continues for Horse Creek downstream of Langley Pond.

UDPATE: Augusta house fire now out

Updated: 9:18 AM - Richmond County Fire Department have put out a house fire in Augusta. Two people were inside the house at the time but they were checked out on scene and did not want to go to the hospital.

Shoppers give up Thanksgiving for Black Friday deals

Updated: 7:50 AM - Most people spend their Thanksgiving holiday eating, but there are some who spend it waiting. People were in line for more than a day just waiting on stores to open for Black Friday.

Fort Gordon treats soldiers for Thanksgiving

Updated: 8:48 AM - While you might be helping yourself to a second serving of turkey, some are doing a different kind of service. Fort Gordon soldiers got a special treat today. Their officers were the ones dishing up the turkey.

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USC Aiken women fall to Central Missouri

Posted: 6:07 PM - The University of South Carolina Aiken women's basketball team lost a 79-64 decision to No. 20 Central Missouri Friday afternoon in the first game of the West Florida Thanksgiving Invitational.

Lakeside product Nicholas Torrance chases Olympic dreams in the ring

Updated: 11/27/2014 - Being an elite athlete means very few off days, doesn't matter of it's holiday or not, there's usually work to be done. For Nicholas Torrance, boxing is his game, and he's been doing it since the age of five. Now, it's closer then ever to realizing a lifelong dream of being an Olympian.

GRU Augusta rolls past Valdosta State and are now 4-0

Updated: 11/26/2014 - After the NABC coaches poll ranked the GRU Augusta men's basketball team No. 20 in the nation, the Jaguars came out Wednesday evening and hammered non-conference Valdosta State 92-61, in Christenberry Fieldhouse. It was the Jaguars (4-0) largest blowout of the season.

Good old fashion hate, Georgia readies for Georgia Tech

Posted: 11/26/2014 - It is good old fashion clean hate. Georgia and Georgia Tech week as the two programs meet for the 107th time. Yes, it dates back to the 19th century. Two teams this year, playing some pretty good ball.

Deputy released from hospital after gunshot wound

Posted: 4:01 PM - EATONTON, Ga. (AP) — Authorities say a Putnam County sheriff's deputy has been released from a hospital after being wounded by a shotgun blast during a call in central Georgia.

SC prison system to offer video visits

Posted: 11:24 AM - COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — South Carolina's prison system will soon allow inmates to conduct video visits with family members, in hopes of cutting down on repeat offenders.

Cyber Monday vs. Black Friday: Which day promises better deals?

Updated: 7:15 PM - Many of you are likely finishing off leftovers after finishing off your shopping. But Black Friday is still going strong, and the deals are still out there. If you are thinking of braving the crowds again for round 2, expect it to be busy, but not as busy as it was Friday morning.

Keeping Mike Padgett safe amid construction, confusion

Updated: 11/25/2014 - Twenty-year-old Kimberley Kitchens is dead after an accident on Mike Padgett Highway early Tuesday morning. The Richmond County Sheriff's Office said, just before 7 a.m., Kitchens lost control of her jeep, crossed into the southbound lane and was hit by a logging truck. Kitchens' death is the third fatality this year along Mike Padgett.

VA fires Phoenix hospital director

Posted: 11/24/2014 - VA Secretary Robert McDonald said Helman's dismissal underscores the agency's commitment to hold leaders accountable and ensure that veterans have access to high-quality, timely care.

12 OYS: Vandals wreak havoc on Butler High School campus, construction site

Updated: 11/24/2014 - The school is supposed to be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday, but it looks like it is open season for vandals. The contractor in charge of construction at Butler High School said someone is breaking in and smashing computers, shattering windows, and even destroying blueprints for the school's new look.

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