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Local Update: April 3, 2008

Posted: 04/03/2008 - School Re-Zoning Tours, Stabbing Suspect On The Loose, Killer Wants To Die, Suspect Turns Himself In, James Brown Auction

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18-year-olds can own handguns in South Carolina

Posted: 04/03/2008 - Federal law still prohibits firearm retailers and dealers from selling handguns to people younger than 21. But the state law now allows individuals to sell handguns to anyone 18 or over.

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Toddlers can no longer marry in Arkansas

Posted: 04/03/2008 - Governor Mike Beebe has signed legislation repealing a poorly worded law that had the effect of letting anybody get married as long as they had the permission of a parent.

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SC disaster declaration denied

Posted: 04/03/2008 - South Carolina’s request for a Presidential disaster declaration for Individual Assistance due to the severe weather, including tornadoes, that impacted the state on March 15, 2008, has been denied by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

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On Your Side: Home Improvement Help

Posted: 04/02/2008 - When it comes to home repair, sometimes it pays to do it yourself and sometimes it doesn't. But the key is knowing when to call in the reinforcements. Because if you don't, the cost can skyrocket.

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Gangs Rebuilding in Augusta

Posted: 04/02/2008 - Augusta Ink had an immediate impact taking gangs off the streets and reducing crime. But, is that impact lasting?

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RV Park plans for Augusta

Updated: 04/02/2008 - Augusta city leaders are hoping to get the ball rolling on Augusta's first R.V. park. It would be at Diamond Lakes Regional Park off Windsor Spring Road.

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International Autism Day: One Family's Decision

Posted: 04/02/2008 - Today (April 2) is the first ever International Autism Day, but a debate about the disorder has been going on for years now. The question, what causes it?

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Approval of charter school commission back to Ga. House

Updated: 04/02/2008 - By a vote of 29 to 18, senators on Wednesday approved the creation of a seven-member charter school commission. The commission could reconsider charter school applications that are rejected by local school boards.

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Aiken man in new Clooney movie

Updated: 04/02/2008 - Whitney "Whit" Corley, a cook in Aiken, has a featured extra role in the film "Leatherheads" as one of George Clooney's teammates on an old-time pro football team.

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I-26 closed near St. George, S.C.

Updated: 04/02/2008 - The South Carolina Highway Patrol has closed Interstate 26 in both directions near the Interstate 95 junction in southeast South Carolina.

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Tutankhamun exhibit opens at Emory University

Updated: 04/02/2008 - An exhibition featuring more than 130 treasures from the tomb of Pharaoh Tutankhamun and other ancient sites will begin a United States tour with an opening November in Atlanta.

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Tire falls from helicopter

Posted: 04/02/2008 - For nearly a week, the explanation behind a tire that fell from the sky and crashed through the roof of a Monroe home remained a mystery.

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Columbia County meets for high school rezoning

Updated: 04/02/2008 - About 100 people came out to hear the Columbia County high school rezoning presentation. Tuesday night was the last time the public could give, their input to the Board of Education.

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Augusta Commission Rundown - April 1, 2008

Updated: 04/02/2008 - Radio Cab closes and Checker Cab speaks out in a News 12 exclusive. Plus: proposed dog park, teen club curfew, and the future of the Coliseum Authority.

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Looking to end crime in Barton Village

Posted: 04/01/2008 - Commissioner Alvin Mason says it's time to bring the Barton Village area in Augusta's south side back to the way it was in the mid 1990's.

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Inmate dies in collision

Updated: 04/02/2008 - A collision involving a truck and a Richmond County Sheriff's office car in Burke County resulted in one death Tuesday.

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Austin Rhodes awarded damages in lawsuit

Posted: 04/01/2008 - An Aiken County judge has ruled Augusta radio talk show host Austin Rhodes should receive a total of $1,065,000 in damages in his lawsuit against a competing radio company.

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Coliseum Authority reform bill passes Senate

Updated: 04/01/2008 - A bill to make changes in the Augusta Coliseum Authority has passed the Georgia Senate on a 53-0 vote. It now goes back to House after changes.

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