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UPDATE| Man apologizes for dragging dog behind his car

Updated: 6:44 PM - The man seen dragging a dog ten miles down a Burke County road exclusively talks to News 12 today. He thinks he did the right thing, but Ellington is still apologizing for how he went about it.

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Man single-handedly changing image of River Glen

Posted: 6:38 PM - Troy McKevie helped at least 40 people get a job. He made a deal that if they would work, he would find a way to get them here. People living there say this is their way out of the projects.

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Congress discussing funding for road projects throughout the country

Posted: 6:22 PM - The federal funding for our local roads and bridges could be staying in place. The House of Representatives just passed its’ own three-month extension of the Highway Bill. But now the Senate has two choices; accept it or risk shutting down road and bridge projects across the country.

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US official: Debris in photo belongs to Boeing 777

Updated: 6:13 PM - A U.S. official says air safety investigators have a "high degree of confidence" that a photo of aircraft debris found in the Indian Ocean is of a wing component unique to the Boeing 777, the same model as the Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared last year.

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UPDATE| Mike Padgett Highway at Brown Rd. re-open

4 mins ago - Mike Padgett Highway has re-opened at the Brown Road intersection, according to the Richmond County Sheriff's Dispatch. The road was closed after a five-car accident with injuries.

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Charleston mayor plans to implement late night suggestions

Posted: 3:43 PM - A panel that has been studying ways to ease problems associated with late-night entertainment in Charleston has completed its report and Mayor Joseph P. Riley Jr. says the city plans to implement the panel's suggestions.

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Language in 'First Amendment Defense Act' stirring outrage

Updated: 3:55 PM - Interpretations of a bill introduced by Congressman Raul Labrador (R-ID) have caused quite a bit of outrage. As it is currently written, the bill would allow people and businesses to act in accordance with their religious beliefs without government interference.

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