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Reward offered in MCG Hospital attack

picture of suspect wanted for MCG Hospital assault

Posted: 06/07/2009 - A reward is now being offered if you can help Richmond County Deputies find the suspect wanted for attacking a woman inside an MCG Hospital bathroom early Thursday morning.

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Aiken Co. deputy fired after off-duty arrest

Posted: 06/06/2009 - Aiken County Deputy Mark Patterson, who worked as an investigator in the juvenile division, has been fired by the Sheriff's Office for conduct off-duty.

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Local graduates tackle the top ten job fields

Updated: 06/07/2009 - It's hard to believe there are any jobs out there right now, but there are. Experts say, you just have to know where to look. News 12 shows you America's Top 10 Hardest Jobs to Fill. Translation: there are openings.

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Georgia guardsmen die in Afghanistan

Updated: 06/07/2009 - The Defense Department says three members of a Georgia National Guard unit that deployed to Afghanistan less than a month ago have been killed.

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Only on 12: Augusta sewage lines failing

Health hazard sign

Updated: 06/05/2009 - Augusta's utilities department admits portions of the city's sewage system are failing. They've requested millions from the Environmental Protection Agency. Help may be on the way.

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Second robbery in Aiken overnight

Posted: 06/05/2009 - Officers responded to an armed robbery at the Gregg’s Gas Plus on Richland Avenue at around 1:55 a.m. Friday morning.

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VA count of positive HIV tests now 6

Updated: 06/05/2009 - An update on the VA's Web site shows a second patient at the ear, nose and throat clinic in Augusta, Ga., has tested positive for HIV.

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Georgia tax collections dive again

Posted: 06/05/2009 - State money managers reported on Friday that revenues were down 14.4 percent in May from the same month the year before. That's a drop of about $212 million.

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Judges, governor strike compromise

Posted: 06/05/2009 - The agreement comes before the leading judges were set to vote on whether to take legal action to block the cuts from taking effect. Perdue had warned against "futile and unwise litigation."

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Georgia: more eighth-graders passing math exam

Posted: 06/05/2009 - New data from the state Department of Education shows that 70 percent of eighth-grade students passed muster on the mathematics portion of the Criterion-Referenced Competency Test.

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