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On Your Side: Foreclosures up 57%

Updated: 02/27/2008 - Foreclosure rates are up again and experts are saying it could get worse before the year is out. However, Georgia and South Carolina finished on opposite ends of the rankings.

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On Your Side: FTC settles with Blue Hippo

Updated: 02/27/2008 - A computer financing company that 12 On Your Side has received many complaints on is in trouble with the law. The FTC says Blue Hippo is now going to have to pay up.

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Only on 12: Coliseum Candidate Profile

Updated: 02/27/2008 - As News 12 first told you, Julie Huggins is the top candidate for the facilities manager position at the James Brown Arena. Now we share a little bit about her.

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Georgia Liquor Laws

Posted: 02/26/2008 - Sunday alcohol sales to stadium crowds and limousine passengers would be allowed under a bill approved by the state Senate. But another that would allow grocery stores to sell booze on Sundays is still languishing.

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Changes at the Augusta Coliseum Authority

Updated: 02/27/2008 - A plan is in the works to hire a new facilities manager, the attorney was re-hired, and audits are planned, but is it enough to keep state leaders from stepping in?

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Perdue presses for PeachCare money

Posted: 02/26/2008 - Governor Perdue is asking Congress for more money to pay for children's health insurance under PeachCare.

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Arraignments scheduled in murder cases

Updated: 02/26/2008 - Superior Court arraignments were scheduled for Thursday, March 6 in Richmond County for two people accused in separate murder cases.

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I-20 back open between Augusta and Atlanta

Updated: 02/26/2008 - Westbound I-20 is now open again in Greene County. It had been closed from Tuesday morning well into the afternoon, causing traffic headaches for those traveling from Augusta to Atlanta.

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Celebration of Freedom Day proposed

Updated: 02/27/2008 - The South Carolina House passes a bill to have the state officially recognize an annual celebration of the emancipation of slaves, known as "Juneteenth".

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Greene County separating all classes by gender

Updated: 02/26/2008 - Greene County may be the first in the nation to go all single-sex. They're making plans to separate boys and girls in all public school classrooms, starting next year.

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Attempted burglary at Waldens

Updated: 02/26/2008 - Les and Eddie Walden said their new security measures not only delayed the criminal, but prevented them from getting their hands on any weapons.

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Pets injured in house fire

Updated: 02/25/2008 - A fire breaks out Monday night on Walker Street in Augusta and injuries the homeowner's pets.

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Governors laugh about border dispute

Updated: 02/26/2008 - Tennessee Governor Phil Bredesen says a dispute over the location of the state border with Georgia has been the subject of a few laughs between him and Governor Perdue.

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Business owner denies arson charges

Updated: 02/26/2008 - Deputies charged a spa owner with setting fire to her own business. In January she told News 12 she wanted to find out who committed the crime.

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Dog park put on hold at botanical gardens

Posted: 02/25/2008 - First it opened free to the public; now the city is looking to make the Augusta Botanical Gardens an off-leash dog park for at least one day a week.

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