Gangs are growing in number by recruiting kids as young as elementary school. News 12's Lynnsey Gardner sat down with the assistant principal of Glenn Hills Middle to find out what the school is doing to fight the problem.
Cutting some Augusta transit routes was a way to save money...but now riders complain the seats are so full, people are sitting on the floor. Monday, commissioners met to rethink the decision to trim the bus schedule.
The nonprofit organization Call For Action has been around since 1963, educating everyone about vital consumer issues ever since. Now its international network will be working for you, courtesy of 12 On Your Side.
An Augusta woman riding her bike was killed in a fatal accident early Saturday morning. 18-year-old Darrius Ware is in stable condition at MCG following that accident, and once released he'll be taken straight to jail.
With each day we are finding out more about what happened to Ruby Thompson Monday night...and her family says it's a nightmare that continued in the courtroom Friday with an outburst from her suspected killer.
The search is on for Richmond County's next school superintendent, a position previously held by Dr. Charles Larke. The deputy superintendent has been filling in, but now they're taking steps to advertise the job nationwide.
Woman found brutally murdered in Orangeburg; Augusta woman dies after being caught in high speed chase; woman killed after ejected from vehicle; apartment fire leaves three homeless; Commission to discuss bus overcrowding.
While Aiken Judge Jack Early didn't decide on the issue of the trustees of James Brown's estate, he did rule Tomi Rae Hynie Brown could go back into Brown's Beech Island home for the first time in two months to collect her belongings.
A homeless man is accused of stealing thousands of dollars worth of food from an Augusta homeless ministry. Deputies say 24-year-old Jeffery Tedesco lowered himself through a skylight at L.O.T.S. Ministries on Broad Street on several occasions.
About four years ago, family practitioner Dr. William Rivell and other family practice physicians noticed an alarming trend: more and more patients without health insurance. They decided to do something to help.
If you don't know how to protect yourself as a consumer, now is a good time to learn. This is National Consumer Protection Week. It's all about being an educated consumer, asking questions and reading the fine print.
A Johnston man is in jail, accused of kidnapping a teenage girl from the Aiken Mall parking lot and then raping her. It happened Tuesday night, and officers say they were able to catch the man because of help from a store clerk.
A soldier from Barnwell has died in a helicopter crash in Iraq. Chief Warrant Officer Jason Defrenn was supposed to come home next Friday to see the birth of his son. Now he's home for good, but it's not how his family had hoped.
Some Augusta bus routes were cut last month because of budget worries. Now some passengers complain that's led to overcrowding. They say the buses are so packed sometimes that some people are sitting on the floor