Local Update - January 25, 2008

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January 25, 2008

Here are your morning headlines:

South Carolina Democrats prepare to vote in the state's presidential
primary Saturday. Polls are open 7am to 7pm. More than 32,000 absentee ballots have already been mailed out. The polls indicate Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and John Edwards are the top three choices. Dennis Kucinch has quit the campaign, but the Ohio congressman's name will still be on the ballot.

The Georgia presidential primaries are February 5. However, advance
voting statewide starts January 28 and runs through February 1. You
should check with your local board of elections to find out the voting
hours and places for the early voting. You can also vote absentee up
until the day of the election. Photo ID is required to vote.

A Graniteville man has been arrested on sexual assault charges against children dating back to the 1970s. William "Bucky" Hicks is being held without bond now. He's also awaiting prosecution on a child sex case from six years ago. No word yet on why it's taken so long to bring him to court on that charge.

The Augusta Regional Airport celebrates its new terminal Saturday.
There's an open house from 1 to 5 pm. All the activities are free, and
you have a chance to win two free US Airways tickets to anywhere in the country. The terminal renovations cost about $30 million, and they've been working on the project for about three years.

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