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Mega Millions winner a mystery

Posted: 03/02/2006 - The winner of Tuesday’s Mega Millions lottery drawing is still out there. The winning ticket for about $115 million in cash was sold in Lyons, Ohio, a tiny town near the Ohio/Michigan border.

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Three men arraigned on robbery charges

Posted: 03/02/2006 - Three teenagers are now charged with conspiracy in robbing several Augusta area stores and restaurants--including the Blimpie at Fort Gordon.

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Davis Road down to one lane this Saturday

Updated: 03/02/2006 - The Georgia Department of Transportation announces that one lane of Davis Road will be closed on Saturday in the area of Spring House Apartments. The closure will cover approximately 300 feet of roadway. Traffic will be controlled by a flagman.

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Two students charged with indecent exposure

Updated: 06/21/2006 - Two Lakeside High School students are charged with indecent exposure after they were spotted having sex on campus. Just as teachers and bus drivers arrived to work early Tuesday morning, one male and one female student were alone on a softball field...about to be caught in the act.

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Kurama Japanese Steakhouse fire

Updated: 03/02/2006 - Kurama has been a popular spot in the Washington Square shopping center for years. It was open last night, but now there's some heavy damage. During News 12 Midday, firefighters were still on the scene at Kurama on Washington Road.

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Fire in Graniteville destroys house, damages another

Posted: 03/01/2006 - There was a disastrous fire Wednesday on Silver Fox Way just outside the North Augusta city limits in the Graniteville fire district. And the windy day may have helped spread the flames.

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Body found in trash identified

Updated: 03/02/2006 - Investigators are still looking for information on a homeless man whose body was found in a trash can Monday. The Richmond County coroner identifies the man as 63-year-old Ronald Eugene Emery.

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Lessons in Violence

Updated: 03/01/2006 - According to the FBI's Uniform Crime Report, the number of girls 10 to 17 arrested for aggravated assault has doubled over the last 20 years. It's a rising trend of girls getting violent. Domonique Benn sat down with 5 girls that were sent to Alternative School.

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Aiken County EMS workers leaving in high numbers

Posted: 03/01/2006 - Some say it's a matter of life and death: the turnover rate of Aiken County emergency workers. They're leaving at a high rate to work for smaller counties who pay more.

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S.C. students staying in state for college

Updated: 03/01/2006 - The best and brightest students in South Carolina are staying right here and not leaving the state for college. News 12's Meredith Taylor is on your side with how the lottery is behind their decisions.

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Surviving spring allergies

Updated: 01/11/2007 - The temperatures are rising, and so are the pollen levels. The plants are beginning to bloom, bud and pollinate. So how can you keep from having the allergy blues?

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House fires in Graniteville

Updated: 03/02/2006 - Wednesday afternoon at about 2pm, a man jogging on Silver Fox Way spotted a tiny flame between two houses. The man called 911, then started knocking on neighbor's doors. Within a few minutes, one of the houses was on fire. That house has burned completely. Another house was damaged on one side.

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Warrenton plant shuts down

Posted: 03/01/2006 - The Wheland Foundry plant in Warrenton is finally putting the brakes on their production. More than 100 people are expected to lose their jobs after the company announced their plans to shut down.

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Belvedere house fire

Updated: 03/01/2006 - A house burns to the ground in Aiken County, and investigators say they are not ruling out arson as the cause. It happened Tuesday night on Bradleyville Drive around 9 o'clock.

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Columbia County shows teenagers driving dangers

Updated: 02/28/2006 - Traffic crashes are the number one cause of death among children and young adults. Numbers from the National Safety Council show more than 3800 young drivers are killed every year in traffic crashes. In a special assignment, News 12's Stephanie Baker investigates why the numbers are so high, and what Columbia County is doing to try and lower them.

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Aiken County meth lab bust

Posted: 02/28/2006 - Aiken County deputies discovered a methamphetamine lab in a Burnettown neighborhood. Around 6:30 yesterday evening, Aiken County investigators searched this home and found meth cooking in every room, from the kitchen to the attic.

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Dead body found in trash

Posted: 02/28/2006 - New information about the man whose body was found Monday in a trash container in downtown Augusta. Officers know who he was, but they're not saying until they notify his family. Investigators think the family may live in Wisconsin.

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S.C. students declare majors long before college

Posted: 02/28/2006 - At Midland Valley High School, a pilot program is underway for the Aiken County school district. Right now teachers and administrators are designing a plan to help students decide what they may want to do after high school. If the plan works this next school year, the same plan could be in place the following year for the whole district.

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Deadly accident on Fury's Ferry Road

Updated: 02/28/2006 - A violent collision in Columbia County today left one driver dead, and another injured. It happened along Fury's Ferry Road, near the Bridlewood subdivision, just past Jones Creek.

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BREAKING NEWS: Deadly wreck on Fury's Ferry

Updated: 02/28/2006 - A deadly wreck occurred on Fury’s Ferry Road near the Bridlewood subdivision, just past Jones Creek. The wreck involved two cars. While investigators are still cleaning up, we do know that one driver was killed and the other was injured.

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