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Many hoping economy won't affect Masters business

Updated: 04/06/2009 - Today starts the week the whole world has their eyes on Augusta, but this Masters week some people are a little worried about how the economy may affect them, while others think it will help.

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Local 16 year old gets pilot's license

Updated: 04/05/2009 - As 16 year old Blythe Dant makes his pre-flight checks to his plane, he prepares to take flight as one of the youngest to fly solo in Augusta.

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Updated: Officer involved fatal shooting in Wadley, Georgia

Updated: 04/05/2009 - It started as a domestic situation, an argument between father and son, that turned deadly. The fatal shooting happened near the intersection of Main Street and East Smith Street around 4:30 Friday afternoon.

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Legislature passes flu vaccine bill

Posted: 04/03/2009 - Pharmacists would be able to continue administering flu vaccines under legislation that cleared the Georgia Legislature.

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GA legislative session in review

Updated: 04/03/2009 - It all comes to an end Friday. Georgia State lawmakers may work as late as midnight to pound out last minute legislation. How did Augusta fair this year? News 12's Chris Thomas tracks the hot topics.

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SC schools told not to expect stimulus money

Updated: 04/03/2009 - South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford waits a long time before deciding to take the federal stimulus money, but tells school admins not to expect money.

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Despite economy, more locals traveling Masters Week

Updated: 04/03/2009 - In a couple of days, Washington Road will be the busiest place in town. And some of the locals say they're going to deal with it, while some choose to go on a vacation.

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Parking at the Masters may be easier this year

Masters 2009

Updated: 04/03/2009 - Parking at the Masters may be a little easier this year thanks to the additional 4,500 new parking spaces. The new lot is located just outside the gate from the course.

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Talk of cancer research funding cuts spur charity

Give It 4Ward

Updated: 08/03/2009 - It's another gift from the Give it 4Ward organization. They're helping an 8-year old leukemia patient have a fun evening with his family as local lawmakers in Atlanta fight for cancer research funding.

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Hydrogen powered, "green" home to be built in Aiken

Updated: 04/03/2009 - Going green. It's the new wave in housing and Aiken is on the cutting edge. The Ridge at Chukker Creek, in Aiken, announced it will build a hydrogen powered home for extreme green homeowners.

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