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On Your Side: Pumping Out Power

Updated: 08/08/2007 - Power companies are expecting what could be a third straight record-breaking day for electricity demand.

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Couey eligible for death penalty

Posted: 08/08/2007 - A Florida judge has decided John Couey is eligible for the death penalty. His attorneys had argued for life because they said Couey has a low IQ.

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Board of Regents ups MCG expansion money

Updated: 08/08/2007 - The Georgia Board of Regents has added a proposal of $7.2 million to the 2009 budget to expand the Medical College of Georgia.

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Clarence Tanksley captured

Updated: 08/08/2007 - Deputies say it was a tip from the public that led them to Clarence Tanksley. He was spotted on 14th Avenue last night.

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Aiken police, deputies catch Most Wanted

Updated: 08/08/2007 - A man on the run was finally taken in Monday night. Law enforcement got a tip that Marion Pope was hiding in the Montmorenci area.

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Gas leak at USC Aiken

Updated: 08/08/2007 - The newest campus dormitory at USC Aiken was evacuated for awhile this morning after a construction worker drilled through a gas line.

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Local Update - August 8, 2007

Posted: 08/08/2007 - Barnwell to Get 300 New Jobs; Plant Vogtle Plans to Add Jobs; New Georgia Health Care; Free Rx Drugs; Suspected Scammer Behind Bars; Super C Closed; Sex Offender Behind Bars

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Commission votes to close Club Super C

Updated: 08/10/2007 - The Augusta Commission has voted to close a troubled south Augusta nightclub. Six commissioners voted to close Super C on Tobacco Road.

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Plant Vogtle looking to expand

Updated: 08/07/2007 - Plant Vogtle's considering building two more nuclear reactors. Leaders say the expansion would accommodate expected population growth.

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On Your Side: New Local FBI Boss

Updated: 08/07/2007 - Many of you may not even realize there's an F.B.I. branch here in Augusta. Well, there is, and there's a new man in charge of it.

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Women's Day of Outrage held downtown

Updated: 08/07/2007 - Dozens gathered in downtown Augusta as part of Women's Day of Outrage. Augusta was one of 20 cities chosen for the nationwide protest.

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