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Concentrated poverty rises in part of Georgia

Updated: 08/13/2008 - The study says 16,377 tax credit filers in the Augusta-Richmond County region were concentrated in a few zip codes in 2005. That's up 14.8 percent from 1999.

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TEE Center progress slows

Updated: 08/13/2008 - Bringing the Trade, Events and Exhibition Center to Augusta is going to cost way more than first thought...maybe even double.

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ASU offers student tutoring

Posted: 08/13/2008 - The Augusta State University Literacy Center offers free tutoring in any subject. Tutoring is for school-age children from three to eight.

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Edgefield County faces budget cut

Updated: 08/13/2008 - The Edgefield County Board of Education, facing a budget cut. But there is some good news to report, a surprise grant.

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Columbia County woman questions puppy euthanasia

Updated: 08/13/2008 - The Sindelar family only spent a few hours with a stray they found wandering a busy highway, but they say Columbia County Animal Control should have done more before they decided to put it to sleep.

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Augusta man's home firebombed

Updated: 08/13/2008 - Fire investigators are searching for the person who set fire to an elderly man's home and tried to set fires to others by using a firebomb.

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Local kids to be "Roddy's Rockstars" at Falcons games

Updated: 08/13/2008 - The Atlanta Falcons are reaching out to some local kids. Wide receiver Roddy White (#84) has chosen Choices-A LifeTime Development, Inc, a local children's community group, to be his charity.

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Only on 12: MCG and ASU facing same budget dilemma

Updated: 08/12/2008 - Augusta State University announced major budget cuts in its annual State of the University address. But the cuts don't stop there. News 12 has exclusive reaction from the Medical College of Georgia.

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Vandals hit over 50 mailboxes in Aiken County

Updated: 08/12/2008 - Neighborhoods all over Aiken County were hit by vandals over the weekend. More than 50 mailboxes were damaged and investigators say teenagers are to blame.

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Aiken County schools face more budget cuts

Updated: 08/12/2008 - It's another sign that these are tough financial times. South Carolina is asking all state agencies to make some cuts, and education is no exception.

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One Tank Trip: Ty Cobb Museum

Updated: 08/12/2008 - Just two hours up the road is a shrine to arguably the best baseball player to ever come out of Georgia, Ty Cobb. It's the Ty Cobb Museum and getting there can be an easy one tank trip.

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Craig Baldwin to be in court Wednesday

Updated: 08/12/2008 - Craig Baldwin, the man accused of killing his 83-year-old mother Dale Baldwin, is expected to be in court Wednesday in Aiken County.

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School delayed

Updated: 08/12/2008 - Augusta Christian students get a break.

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Deputies crack down on speeders in school zones

Updated: 08/12/2008 - Kids in Richmond, Columbia, Warren and Jefferson counties were back in school on Monday and that means drivers are having to slow it down. Drivers should be mindful of their speed because extra deputies are watching.

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Train hits tractor-trailer

Updated: 08/12/2008 - The driver of a tractor-trailer was recovering Monday night after a train slammed into the truck he was driving.

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Man arrested for conspiring to rob bank

Updated: 08/12/2008 - Aiken County Deputies and the FBI arrested an Augusta man they say conspired to commit an armed robbery at a bank in Aiken.

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City bus fuel budget running on empty

Updated: 08/11/2008 - The Richmond County transit department says their fuel budget is running on empty. There's not enough money to keep city buses running through the end of the year. The department is asking the Augusta commission for help.

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New school opens while school board talks of closings

Updated: 08/11/2008 - Summer break is over for students in Richmond County and kids at Hornsby Elementary start the new year off with a new school building. It opens just months after an audit recommended closing some schools.

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On Your Side: School Lunch Increasing

Updated: 08/11/2008 - Monday was the first day some students start paying more for lunch. The price of school lunch may only be going up 25 or 50 cents a day. But those extra quarters can cost a family a lot over the course of a year.

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