Posted: 01/25/2015 - Paul Millsap scored 20 points and Al Horford added 19 to lead Eastern Conference-leading Atlanta to a 112-100 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Sunday night, extending the Hawks' franchise record with their 16th straight win.
Updated: 01/25/2015 - South Aiken's Rasool Clemons has committed to Ole Miss. The highly sought after prospect ended his official visit to Oxford with a verbal pledge to the Rebels program.
Updated: 01/25/2015 - The Atlanta Braves caravan made its way through Augusta Saturday afternoon with a mix of new and old names. Hall of Famer and broadcaster Don Sutton, minor leaguer Mallex Smith and new hitting coach Kevin Seitzer were in attendance.
Posted: 01/24/2015 - The GRU Augusta Jaguars continued the momentum from a strong halftime lead and posted over a 50 percent field-goal percentage to beat the Flagler Saints
Updated: 01/25/2015 - The Paine College Lions men's basketball team continues their reign atop the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference by defeating Albany State on Saturday, 110-79. The win is the 12th straight for the Lions and ninth straight in conference.
Posted: 01/23/2015 - Paul Millsap scored 22 points, Jeff Teague added 17 and the Atlanta Hawks eclipsed the franchise record with their 15th straight victory, beating the Oklahoma City Thunder 103-93 on Friday night.
Posted: 01/23/2015 - The Obama administration is reversing itself after an outcry over consumer privacy on HealthCare.gov, the government's health insurance website.
Posted: 01/23/2015 - A Georgia lawmaker hopes to legalize cannabis oil for people with cancer, seizure disorders and other chronic diseases
Posted: 01/23/2015 - Two Atlanta men have been sentenced for recruiting homeless people in South Carolina to cash counterfeit checks.
Updated: 01/23/2015 - Winter rains have pulled South Carolina out of the early stages of drought.
Posted: 01/22/2015 - Police say a couple broke into a theme park that was closed for the offseason near the South Carolina-North Carolina line, and the woman told investigators that God and aliens directed her there.
Posted: 01/22/2015 - Patriots coach Bill Belichick said he was shocked when he learned of allegations the team used overly deflated footballs in Sunday's AFC Championship Game.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Updated: 01/15/2015 - Kids hear all sorts of things at school. That is no surprise to any parent. But what did surprise a Richmond County father is what his daughter said she heard from a teacher. The dad said he complained to the school system for a month through e-mails and phone calls. Finally he called 12 On Your Side.
Updated: 01/14/2015 - An Aiken County mother said her pre-k daughter is afraid to use the bathroom after burning part of her body on a school toilet. The school admits cleaning chemicals are to blame, and this is one of at least half a dozen cases reported in the last three days. News 12 started asking questions, and now changes are coming involving safety in facilities your child uses every day.