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Speaking out about Plant Vogtle

Posted: 04/28/2008 - The project's not official yet, but Plant Vogtle wants to expand to be able to bring more nuclear energy to more households.

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Youth curfew proposed in Aiken

Posted: 04/28/2008 - The City of Aiken wants to get kids off the streets late at night and get them involved in more activities. Part of the plan calls for a youth curfew.

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On Your Side: Cable Controversy

Posted: 04/28/2008 - It's almost hard to imagine in 2008, people living less than a mile from a city's limits and they cannot get cable or cable internet. But that's just what the Mayor of one Richmond County city says happened to people in his town.

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What will people do with their IRS rebate?

Updated: 04/28/2008 - The IRS has started making direct deposits into some taxpayers' bank accounts, but it's unsure whether the economic stimulus plan will really boost our economy.

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Harbin case delayed again

Updated: 05/06/2008 - An influential state lawmaker from Evans was scheduled to be in court in Atlanta Tuesday to face charges in a year old DUI case. News 12 has learned that he won't be there.

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Newberry County Judge Arrested

Posted: 04/28/2008 - The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division arrest a Newberry County Associate Probate Judge.

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Rising Electric Rates

Posted: 04/28/2008 - Higher coal prices and more demand around world.

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Derek Maner back in jail

Updated: 04/30/2008 - Derek Maner was granted a $150,000 surety bond with a 10-percent option. He is now back in jail for violating his bond.

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Georgia Department of Labor schedules veterans job fair in Augusta

Posted: 04/28/2008 - State Labor Commissioner Michael Thurmond said today that the Georgia Department of Labor’s Augusta Career Center will jointly-sponsor a job fair at Fort Gordon for employers, veterans, personnel recently separated from active duty, and other job seekers in the area.

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Local Update: April 28, 2008

Posted: 04/28/2008 - Remembering A Local Teacher, Georgia Qualifying Elections, Home Break-Ins Update, James Brown's Belongings On The Move

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DOE tells SRNS to proceed at Savannah River Site

Posted: 04/28/2008 - Savannah River Nuclear Solutions (SRNS) this afternoon received a “Notice to Proceed” from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for the management and operating (M&O) contract at DOE’s Savannah River Site (SRS).

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Aiken community reacts to teacher killing

Updated: 04/28/2008 - Neighbors on Whitney Drive say it's a safe neighborhood. But their sense of peace was shattered Friday, when a middle school teacher and mother of three was found stabbed to death in her own home.

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Aiken teacher stabbed to death

Updated: 04/28/2008 - The Aiken County Coroner said 47-year-old Ann Fox Smith was murdered. Autopsy results show she was stabbed several times.

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