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Local Update - May 31, 2007

Posted: 05/31/2007 - ATV Crash; Local students and teachers on TB flight; Bald Bandits strike again; Golf Hall of Fame money woes; Community forum tonight; graduation schedules...

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Paine College President Set to Retire

Updated: 05/31/2007 - She's the thirteenth president at Paine College, a private school in Augusta. After thirteen years on the job, Dr. Shirley A.R. Lewis is planning to step down at the end of June.

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Veto includes Golf Hall of Fame

Updated: 05/31/2007 - Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue vetoes 41 bills, including a large part of the operating budget needed to keep the Golf Hall of Fame open.

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On Your Side: Ugly Yard Contest

Updated: 05/31/2007 - After a long wait, the yard dubbed one of the ugliest in the area has a new look. It's all thanks to a generous Augusta-area landscaping company that stepped up to the plate to help a yard in need.

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Serial robbers strike for 12th time

Updated: 05/30/2007 - An armed robber held up the Family Dollar on Wrightsboro Road Wednesday morning. It is another robbery investigators are linking to the "bold bald bandits"

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USC Aiken students possibly exposed to tuberculosis

Updated: 05/30/2007 - A Georgia man with a rare and very dangerous form of tuberculosis was on an Air France flight May 12. 28 students from USC Aiken were on board the flight, along with two faculty members and a staff member.

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Investigators: Bald Bandits strike again

Updated: 05/30/2007 - Lt. Scott Peebles with the Richmond County Sheriff's Office tells News 12 there was an armed robbery at the Family Dollar at 3258 Wrightsboro Road Wednesday morning.

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Local Update - May 30, 2007

Posted: 05/30/2007 - Infectious flight; Augusta attack; Columbia County fire; Graduation schedule; new GA primary date ...

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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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