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Copenhaver makes call for action in State of the City address

Posted: 01/17/2007 - Augusta mayor Deke Copenhaver laid out his plan for the city in his State of the City speech. He delivered his speech in front of a crowd at the South Augusta Business at Breakfast meeting Wednesday morning.

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James Brown's former attorney weighs in on will issue

Posted: 01/17/2007 - Whether Tomi Rae is entitled to half of Mr. Brown's estate is all based on whether she is in fact the soul singer's fourth wife. Brown's former attorney says she brought all the problems on herself.

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Child locked in day care van for two hours

Updated: 01/17/2007 - An Augusta day care left a five-year-old girl locked in a day care van for more than two hours. "It's a bad neighborhood," said Adriana's mother Antrease. "Anything could have happened to my child."

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Local Update - January 17, 2007

Posted: 01/17/2007 - Aiken home destroyed in fire; man wanted in Aiken burglary; Tomi Rae to sue for half James Brown's estate; North Augusta High adding surveillance cameras; plans for riverfront trade center stalled; gas prices down.

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Wanted sex offender captured in semi after police chase

Posted: 01/16/2007 - A sex offender with a long record led police on a dangerous chase across three counties. Tiffany Costello watched as the blue cab of a semi screeched into the CITGO parking lot and a man tried to run off.

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Riverfront events center plans go nowhere again

Updated: 01/17/2007 - The "TEE Center" project has been endorsed by the Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Development Authority, but today the Commission voted not to approve the proposal for the second time.

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Man charged in cousin's murder

Updated: 01/16/2007 - A day after 45-year-old Thomas Tankersley was found dead in his Appling home, the Columbia County Sheriff's Office is charging a family member with his murder.

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Summerville rapist stole several unique items from victim

Updated: 01/16/2007 - The Richmond County Sheriff's Office has released new information about items a rapist stole from his victim's Summerville home. A 74-year-old woman was raped and robbed five days ago on Walton Way near Augusta State University.

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Accused rapist five-time convicted felon

Updated: 01/16/2007 - 34-year-old Michael Christopher Blocker is charged with raping and robbing a 74-year-old Augusta woman. Investigators are confident that a rapist is off the streets.

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Local Update - January 16, 2007

Posted: 01/16/2007 - Aiken County mobile home destroyed in fire; suspect arrested in Summerville rape case; wanted sex offender captured in semi after chase; Freedom Fund Banquet held at Augusta Towers.

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Augustans reenact King's March on Washington

Posted: 01/15/2007 - Today, the nation honors a man who died fighting for equality. Many services are being held around the area in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This year, Dr. King was remembered in a new way in Augusta.

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Man arrested in Summerville rape case lives near victim

Updated: 01/15/2007 - Michael Christopher Blocker is in jail, charged with the rape and robbery last week of a 74-year-old woman at her home on Walton Way. Early this morning, investigators raided Blocker's house on the 2600 block of Hazel Street.

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Local Update - January 15, 2007

Updated: 01/15/2007 - Rape suspect arrested; Martin Luther King, Jr. Day; man charged in cousin's death; man allegedly shoots girlfriend in face; deputy fired for not following informant protocol.

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16-year-old charged in Lincolnton armed robbery

Posted: 01/12/2007 - A 16-year-old boy has been arrested and charged in the armed robbery at the Farmers & Merchants Bank in Lincolnton yesterday. At this time he is being charged as an adult,

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Major Case Squad on call to solve the toughest crimes

Updated: 01/12/2007 - You may not know it...but the Major Case Squad helped Richmond County solve more than 90 percent of Augusta's homicides in 2006. Now they are putting their skills to work to get a rapist off our streets.

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Clear answers in James Brown's will may be some time in coming

Updated: 01/12/2007 - James Brown's attorney says the woman claiming to be his wife, Tomi Rae, and her son, James Junior, are not included in the will. However, there could be legal grounds for her to lay claim to part of James Brown's estate.

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South Augusta woman shot in the face

Updated: 01/12/2007 - A young woman is at MCG after she was shot in the face. Investigators say Linessa Merriweather was sitting on the front steps of her home when a shot rang out, hitting her over her right eye.

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8 investigators searching for Summerville rapist

Updated: 01/12/2007 - The search is intense for a man deputies say raped an elderly woman early Tuesday. Investigators are going on little sleep after following up on dozens of leads stemming from a composite sketch.

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Local Update - January 12, 2007

Updated: 01/12/2007 - Martina's robbed; Dean's Bridge Wal-Mart robbed; "Dolly" Hearn awarded posthumous degree; Shepeard low on blood; Augusta woman dies in fire; still no arrest in rape; James Brown's will.

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James Brown, Jr. not included in will

Posted: 01/11/2007 - An attorney for James Brown says Brown's youngest son is not included in the will. Tomi Rae Brown and her young son were not at today's will reading...

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Elderly woman dies in accidental fire

Posted: 01/11/2007 - A heater is likely to blame for the fire that killed 67-year-old Oria Sumrall. Investigators say the fire that took Ms. Sumrall's life was accidental, and it all started from her trying to keep warm.

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Waynesboro woman wins $1 million

Posted: 01/11/2007 - A Waynesboro school cafeteria worker has a million more reasons to smile tonight. Daisy May Atwell is a million dollar winner in the Georgia Lottery. She won playing a $300 million Gold Rush scratch off ticket.

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Would minimum wage increase help or harm Augusta?

Posted: 01/11/2007 - The US House of Representatives voted Wednesday to raise the minimum wage to $7.25 an hour. The increase would raise the country's minimum wage for the first time since 1997. But the move isn't getting praise from everyone.

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