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Scam targeting elderly in Augusta

Book of mug shots of known scammers

Updated: 07/10/2009 - A new scam is targeting the elderly in Augusta. The Richmond County Sheriff's Office says so far three people have been scammed out of thousands of dollars.

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$25 million for new library; what's in it for you

Library exterior

Updated: 07/10/2009 - What would you do with more than $25 million? That's how much we're spending to build a new library in downtown Augusta. News 12's Chris Thomas finds out what's in it for you.

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Young kids learn to sail at Lake Thurmond

Alexander Kirov, camper

Updated: 07/10/2009 - About 20 kids are at Lake Thurmond this week for Sailing Camp. And it's not just about the fun on the water, it's a learning experience too.

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On Your Side: Avoiding Summer Pests

Updated: 07/10/2009 - Summer is time for outdoor fun, grilling and, unfortunately, a number of unwanted guests. We're not talking about the in-laws...more like insects like wasps, mosquitoes and fire ants.

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France mobilized for death row inmate Troy Davis

Posted: 07/09/2009 - France's Foreign Ministry said in a statement Thursday that the government's human rights ambassador, Francois Zimeray, met with Davis' sister in Washington on Wednesday.

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Ga. licenses, ID cards to change

New Georgia Drivers License design

Posted: 07/09/2009 - New cards will feature ghost photos, a laser-engraved signature over the primary photo to minimize alterations and a tamper resistant coating placed over the card.

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Frenemy, locavore among new words in Webster's

Posted: 07/09/2009 - John Morse, president and publisher of the Springfield-based dictionary publisher, said many of this year's new words are tied to changes in technology, increasing environmental awareness and aging baby boomers' concerns about their health and have become part of the general lexicon.

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Warrenville Church still worships after arson

Burned-out church

Updated: 07/09/2009 - It's an unfamiliar sight at Rocksville Baptist. Portable units and police tape outline the place that was once scared to it's pastor and congregation.

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First on 12: Property taxes going up this year

Updated: 07/08/2009 - Augusta leaders say property tax collections came in less than expected. One thing is certain. Property taxes will go up this year. The question is by how much?

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