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Shoppers give up Thanksgiving for Black Friday deals

Updated: 11/28/2014 - 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.

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Suspect wanted for Family Dollar armed robbery

Updated: 11/27/2014 - The Richmond County Sheriff's Office is looking for a man they say held up the Family Dollar store on Broad Street using a semi-automatic handgun.

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Fort Gordon treats soldiers for Thanksgiving

Updated: 11/28/2014 - 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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More drivers on the road this Thanksgiving, state troopers stepping up

Updated: 11/26/2014 - With the cheapest gas prices in five years more people are hitting the road for Thanksgiving travel, but more traffic means more troopers. State troopers record Thanksgiving travel starting Wednesday at 6PM until Sunday at midnight. They expect this year's road travel to be the busiest they've seen.

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Cheap gas prices mean more Thanksgiving travelers

Updated: 11/26/2014 - Cheaper gas prices could mean more people are are hitting the roads for the holidays. There are a lot more travelers on the roads, and in the skies this year, and it all boils down to money.

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Clemson, South Carolina start Palmetto Bowl

Posted: 11/26/2014 - The schools announced the name Wednesday, three days before the No. 23 Tigers (8-3) play host to the Gamecocks (6-5) in the 112th meeting.

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S. Augusta first to see benefits from fire dept. upgrades

Updated: 11/26/2014 - This week Augusta's Fire Department cranked up the engine to a brand new fire truck and more are on the way. It's all part of an $8 million dollar upgrade and South Augusta will be the first side of town to see the benefits News 12 takes a closer look at all the benefits.

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CSRA looks at history to solve future problems

Updated: 11/25/2014 - May 1970 in Augusta was a tremulous time with riots in downtown and buildings set ablaze. It was caused by a young black man who died while in police custody. But similar issues have plagued the CSRA in years since.

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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.

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Ferguson's outcome hits close to home for an Augusta family

Updated: 11/25/2014 - Riots and protests hit Ferguson, Missouri but 700 miles away people are paying attention to this. This hits close to home for one Augusta family who lost a family member last summer after a Richmond County deputy Tased him. His brother says what happened in Ferguson needs to be a wake-up call.

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