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On Your Side: Water Violators High and Dry

Updated: 05/30/2007 - Watering restrictions are in place across the Georgia because of the drought. Columbia County Water Utility is proving they mean business: follow the rules or get your water disconnected.

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City spends millions to protect water supply

Updated: 05/30/2007 - The city of Augusta is spending some big money to keep your water supply safe by terror proofing every fire hydrant in the city. They say the county's water system could be a target for terrorists.

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On Your Side: Computer Recycling

Updated: 05/30/2007 - If you've got a bunch of old electronic equipment and you're not sure what to do with it, a well-known office supply store is offering a solution.

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On Your Side: Good Samaritan Helps Scam Victims

Updated: 05/30/2007 - An Aiken couple that paid big bucks for a new driveway only to get a bigger mess is getting help. A good Samaritan stepped forward to help the couple get back on their feet.

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Memorial Day boat traffic brings out DNR officers

Updated: 05/29/2007 - More traffic on the road this Memorial Day holiday means more traffic in the water. Last year there were at least 25 accidents on South Carolina's lakes and rivers, most from boaters being reckless.

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High gas prices hit boaters

Updated: 05/29/2007 - Boaters are feeling the pinch of high gas prices too. The state of Georgia has more than 300,000 registered boaters, and some say the high cost is convincing them not to leave the dock.

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Fee mix-up may cost North Augusta student graduation

Updated: 05/29/2007 - Graduation fees are preventing one North Augusta teenager from graduating from high school, and school officials say they are justified in holding Bradon Widener's diploma.

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Bold Bald Bandit strikes again

Updated: 05/29/2007 - The FBI and investigators in three counties are still looking for a serial robber. They say Saturday marked hit number eleven for the man who's being called the Bold Bald Bandit.

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Good Job Market for College Grads

Updated: 05/30/2007 - The job market is looking good for new graduates. A new survey says more companies are looking to hire people straight from college; however, Augusta is slightly lower than the national average.

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Local Update - May 28, 2007

Posted: 05/29/2007 - Hephzibah enlisted soldier dies in Iraq; Memorial Day observances; Trooper Every 10; government offices closed, landfill open.

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Local Update - May 29, 2007

Updated: 05/29/2007 - Presidential visit; GA breaks record for lowest traffic deaths; Greenway closed; serial robber search …

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Honoring the military on Memorial Day

Updated: 05/29/2007 - Memorial Day is a time to remember our men and women in uniform. Today, people paid tribute with wreaths, speeches, and salutes across the area.

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SCHP beefing up patrol for the holiday weekend

Updated: 05/29/2007 - For the first time in more than seven years, the South Carolina Highway Patrol beefed up its manpower for the holiday weekend. They returned to their Trooper Every 10 program.

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Local soldier, father of five, killed in Iraq

Updated: 05/29/2007 - For the first time in almost three years, Fort Gordon has lost a soldier in the war in Iraq. Thirty-six year old Sgt. First Class Robert Dunham was killed Thursday when the Humvee he was riding in was hit by an explosive.

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Burglar breaks into area hospitals

Updated: 05/29/2007 - Investigators say thieves are targeting local hospitals, and it could be for quick cash. Break-ins happened last weekend at the Medical College of Georgia, University, and Jefferson hospitals, as well as at the Burke County Medical Center.

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Deceased with no family buried in Aiken

Updated: 05/29/2007 - Every year Aiken County makes sure the deceased with no loved ones to claim them are buried with dignity and respect, even though it's called a pauper's burial.

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OYS: Friday Fraud Alert

Updated: 05/29/2007 - A phone call may be coming your way saying you've won gas vouchers or even a free trip. To get them, all you need to do is verify your bank account number. If you do that, you're asking for big trouble.

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Record gas prices felt beyond the pump

Updated: 05/29/2007 - According to AAA, The national average for a gallon of regular unleaded gas is $3.22 per gallon. The price in Augusta is averaging $3.01 per gallon. However, the pump is not the only place the gas prices will get you.

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Georgia DDS accepts donations for firefighters

Posted: 05/25/2007 - Employees at the state Department of Driver Services are asking citizens to donate items for firefighters battling wildfires in south Georgia. Collection boxes are set up at DDS Customer Service Centers around the state.

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No kidnapping attempt on Ellen Street

Posted: 05/25/2007 - We have an update to a story we told you about on Wednesday. Richmond County deputies tell News 12 that a man seen driving in a neighborhood never attempted to kidnap two young children.

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Columbia County shuts off restriction violators' water

Posted: 05/25/2007 - Officials in Columbia County now get five to ten calls a day from neighbors reporting neighbors for water violations. The county is disconnecting the water for those violators who ignore the restrictions three times.

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Historic mill sold to developer for restoration

Updated: 05/25/2007 - Clay Boardman of Augusta Capital, LLC tells News 12 he is purchasing Augusta's historic Sibley Mill from Avondale Mills, Inc. Avondale closed the mill last year, citing financial difficulties.

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Local Update - May 25, 2007

Posted: 05/25/2007 - Serial robber strikes again; Waffle House robbery suspect behind bars; Augusta man guilty of murder; school's out; Memorial Day closings …

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