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5-car accident blocks Boy Scout Road traffic

Posted: 06/08/2006 - A five-car accident brought traffic to a standstill on Boy Scout Road around 7:00 Wednesday evening, June 7. Drivers had to find detours for more than 45 minutes after deputies shut down the area to clear away the wreckage.

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Teens increasingly abusing prescription drugs

Posted: 06/07/2006 - Teenagers are turning to prescription drugs to get high. News 12's Meredith Taylor looks into the dangers of this behavior and talks to a local teenager about what's really going on.

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Alleged Maple Street shooter nephew of victim

Posted: 06/07/2006 - Demetrius Roosevelt Woods was arrested and charged with murder after a shooting on Maple Street. News 12 has learned Woods is the nephew of the victim.

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House involved in police standoff destroyed in fire

Posted: 06/07/2006 - A fire investigation is underway after the destruction of an Augusta house. It's the same house that was involved in a police standoff earlier this week. The fire department tells News 12 it is still under investigation, but that no one was home and the fire started in a middle bedroom.

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Personal data for over 2 million military personnel stolen

Posted: 06/07/2006 - The number of military personnel affected by stolen computer files keeps growing. The Veterans Administration originally said only 50,000 active duty and national guard members had their personal data stolen.

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Commission seeks answers to nearly $5 million deficit

Updated: 06/07/2006 - City leaders in Augusta are looking everywhere to find the money they need to pay for salaries and services. Tuesday, Augusta commissioners talked about some big changes to make up for their nearly $5 million deficit.

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Eighth graders attend summer school to try and pass CRCT

Posted: 06/06/2006 - This is the first year eighth graders are required to pass the criterion-referenced competency tests, or CRCT. Scores released this week by the Georgia Department of Education show 23 percent of eighth graders failed the math test and 11 percent failed reading.

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Neighborhood sees several hundred dangerous crimes in two months

Posted: 06/06/2006 - Richmond County deputies are on the hunt for the person who shot and killed a man early Tuesday morning, June 6. It happened in a place police call very dangerous: the 1500 block of Maple Street off Old Savannah Road in Augusta.

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Men cash stolen payroll checks, still at large

Posted: 06/06/2006 - The Aiken County Sheriff's Office needs your help to find the men in these photos. They cashed nearly $5000 in stolen payroll checks at security federal bank in North Augusta.

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Pedestal for James Brown statue on its way

Updated: 01/09/2007 - In case you've noticed the James Brown statue is missing, News 12 has learned it's in storage. Martha King of Augusta Cares tells us the long-awaited pedestal for the statue is on its way.

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Richmond County deputies handle second standoff in one day

Posted: 06/06/2006 - Monday, June 5 saw two police standoffs in Augusta. The second took place in the Lake Olmstead area, at the 2000 block of Clark Street. Even though the negotiations team was able to talk their way into a peaceful surrender, neighbors say it was the longest two hours of their lives.

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Domestic dispute leads to police standoff

Posted: 06/05/2006 - An Augusta man is behind bars after a standoff with deputies Monday morning, June 5. It happened at a home on New Milledgeville Road, near New McDuffie Road. Deputies say it all started with a domestic dispute.

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Local leaders speak out on same-sex marriage debate

Updated: 06/07/2006 - President Bush is starting an aggressive push for a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage. News 12 talked to local political and religious leaders about whether marriage should be defined in the constitution or left up to the states.

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Crash victim feels lucky to be alive

Posted: 06/05/2006 - 20-year-old Tiara Smith could be looking at more charges after Sunday's deadly wreck at Bobby Jones Expressway and Washington Road. Andre Cumbermack realizes it could have been him that was killed in the June 4 accident.

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Wreck claims lives of man, his mother, and his unborn child

Updated: 06/20/2006 - It was a scary afternoon for drivers on Washington Road near its intersection with Bobby Jones Expressway on Sunday, May 4. There, accused shoplifters caused a wreck that cost two people and an unborn child their lives.

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Organizers look forward to next year's James Brown Music Festival

Updated: 06/07/2006 - For the past few months, the James Brown Music Festival has stirred controversy...and that's something festival planners hope to prevent next year. News 12's Stephanie Baker talked to planners about how to make next year's festival run smoothly.

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Two new downtown arts venues hold grand openings

Posted: 06/05/2006 - There are now two additional stages for Augusta's actors and artists. Both the Blue Horse Music Hall and a black box theatre now called Le Chat Noir now have new names and new looks.

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Local candidates may mean higher local voter turnout in SC primary

Updated: 06/07/2006 - The South Carolina primary is less than two weeks away, and several local candidates are in the race. This may bring some extra voters to the polls. It's just a primary, but candidates are already campaigning with everything they've got...including three names you already know well.

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Augusta considers selling Riverwalk land to condo developer

Updated: 06/07/2006 - A major condominium project could be home to some prime real estate on the Augusta Riverwalk. A developer has offered to pay $1.8 million for the site. But the planned project is getting mixed reaction from commissioners and the mayor.

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Animal oxygen masks donated to Aiken Public Safety

Posted: 06/02/2006 - Friday, June 2, Aiken Public Safety showed off their new oxygen masks for animals. 42 masks were donated to the department, and those will be spread across Aiken County law enforcement.

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Graniteville residents talk consolidation

Posted: 06/02/2006 - A recovery effort a year and a half long, and now, talk of consolidation among three towns in the valley. What difference will it really make? Graniteville, Vaucluse, and Warrenville are three separate towns that some want to see merge into one, for several reasons.

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Grandmother passes GED exam

Posted: 06/01/2006 - Tonight more than 100 students will graduate with their GED from Augusta Tech. More and more people are returning to school to get their high school equivalency diplomas. Augusta ranks third in the state with the number of GED graduates.

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