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16 semi-automatic handguns stolen

Updated: 04/23/2007 - Richmond County investigators are working with federal agents to find 16 stolen guns. They were taken over the weekend at Walden's Outdoor World store off Highway 25 in south Augusta.

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On Your Side: Housing Hang-Up

Updated: 04/23/2007 - Mary Miller lost her house in a fire several years ago. She's scratched and clawed her way to get another house. Now she and her daughter can't even live in it, because it's three feet off the ground.

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Ryan Clark funeral

Updated: 04/24/2007 - Ryan Clark of Martinez was among the first to die during last week's shooting spree at Virginia Tech. His family held his funeral Monday afternoon at Tabernacle Baptist Church, where friends and family said goodbye.

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Augusta Water Conservation Guidelines

Posted: 04/23/2007 - The city of Augusta has released water conservation guidelines because of a statewide Level 2 Drought declaration. The plan is mandatory and applies to everyone in Augusta. Click here for the details.

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St. Joseph becomes Trinity Hospital

Updated: 04/23/2007 - St. Joseph Hospital changed its name Monday morning to Trinity Hospital in a ceremony held on the hospital lawn. This is the last step in a transition process that has taken over a year to complete.

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Local Update - April 23, 2007

Posted: 04/23/2007 - Fire on Brown Road in south Augusta; Day of Mourning for Ryan Clark; month-long road closure; I-20 pacing begins; Blue Angels pilot dies in crash, golf club moving forward after fire; Voyager learning program evaluated.

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Memorial services held for Ryan Clark

Updated: 04/23/2007 - Ryan Clark of Martinez, a Marching Virginian and RA at Virginia Tech, was the second person killed in Seung-Hui Cho's campus shooting spree last week. Sunday night, classmates and an entire community mourned his loss.

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Teachers, administrators evaluate Voyager

Updated: 04/23/2007 - The Voyager learning program has been Richmond County's reading program since 2001. Since then, taxpayers have spent $10 million on it. Friday, three school board members got to hear if you're getting your money's worth.

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Members say country club fire not suspicious

Updated: 04/23/2007 - It was early Monday morning when the North Augusta Golf and Country Club shot up in flames. While investigators continue searching for the cause of the fire, management is busy putting its members at ease.

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Bassmaster Tournament brings business

Updated: 04/20/2007 - It's day two of the Bassmaster Pride of Georgia Tournament at Lake Thurmond, and big business is the catch of the week. Having a big tournament like Bassmaster right up the road means a chance to reel in the profits.

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Saturday Market on Broad is back

Updated: 04/20/2007 - An outdoor market re-opens Saturday in Augusta. The Saturday Market on Broad is back, and this year organizers are on their own. After being cut from the city's budget, they had to quickly raise the money to keep it going.

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On Your Side: Volunteer Fair

Updated: 04/20/2007 - If you've ever wanted to go to work for the good guys and help people solve their problems, here's your chance. It's called Call For Action, and we've only got a few spots left to fill out the team.

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Paine College holds Va. Tech memorial service

Updated: 04/20/2007 - Paine College opened the doors of its chapel Friday for a memorial service in honor of Ryan Clark and the other Virginia Tech victims. The ceremony was also held to help the students at Paine deal with their own grief.

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MCG trains medical interpreters

Updated: 04/23/2007 - When you go to the doctor, communication is important. That's why MCG Health System is training medical interpreters. It's a way to help the growing number of people in our area who speak limited English.

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I-20 westbound pacing April 24

Posted: 04/20/2007 - Westbound traffic on I-20 will be paced on Tuesday April 24, 2007 between the hours of 9:00 am and 11:00 am between the Wheeler Road and Belair Road Exits to safely remove an overhead sign structure.

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Dumb and Dangerous Driving - April 19, 2007

Updated: 04/20/2007 - High speeds make it hard to stop, and that's a big problem on roads with lots of houses, curves, and school bus stops. Neighbors say it's happening on Old Petersburg Road.

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Local Update - April 20, 2007

Updated: 04/20/2007 - Fatal accident near Calhoun Expressway; accident with injuries on Old Waynesboro; Ryan Clark funeral; North Augusta student makes threats; Dick Shannon memorial ; Rhodes protestors; job cuts at SRS.

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Martinez Virginia Tech victim funeral arrangements set

Updated: 04/20/2007 - Funeral arrangements have been made for Ryan Clark, the young man from Martinez among the first to be killed in the Virginia Tech shootings. His service will be on Monday at noon. Two memorials will be held Saturday.

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Voyager learning program to be evaluated

Posted: 04/19/2007 - A reading program News 12 has been investigating for over a year is up for discussion at the Richmond County school board. Linda Schrenko first helped Richmond County purchase the Voyager Literacy Program.

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On Your Side: Bumpy Ride

Updated: 04/19/2007 - All an Aiken couple wanted was a construction crew to pave a driveway, but instead they say the crew paved the way to steal the couple's money...$6000 of it in all.

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No south Augusta mixed-income housing

Posted: 04/19/2007 - The idea was a mixed-use community, with low- and middle-income housing. But neighbors in the area signed petitions and took the issue to Augusta commissioners. Now the developer is backing off.

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Fires rage on in southeast Georgia

Posted: 04/19/2007 - Firefighters say they're making slow progress against two big wildfires burning in southeast Georgia. The fires in the Waycross area have burned 14 homes and chased about a thousand people away from their homes.

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More job cuts for SRS

Posted: 04/19/2007 - The Department of Energy approved a workforce restructuring plan that means the Savannah River Site will downsize. SRS expects at least 500 employees to leave voluntarily. However, layoffs may be necessary.

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