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Rainy Masters Saturday meant more business for some shops

Posted: 04/08/2006 - The rainy weather didn't dampen everyone's mood Saturday. Some were even looking forward to it. Cloudy skies equal big business for some shops. When it rains, it pours---in more ways than one.

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Man accused of selling moonshine turns self in

Posted: 04/08/2006 - A man found with about 600 gallons of moonshine on his property has turned himself in. Walter Bennett turned himself in at the Richmond County Jail this morning and was released without bond due to health problems.

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Rows of pinwheels reminder of Child Abuse Prevention Month

Updated: 01/11/2007 - April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month...and thousands of cases are reported every year in Georgia. The Columbia County Exchange Club is working to bring that number down. News 12's Stephanie Baker is on your side with their unique approach to raise awareness.

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First Friday big hit with Masters visitors

Posted: 04/08/2006 - Big Masters crowds were in downtown Augusta Friday night, checking out First Friday. From hot rides and live music to art shows and dinner at the sidewalk cafes, organizers had some special events planned.

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Wind plays major factor in Friday's Round 2

Posted: 04/08/2006 - After a near perfect day Thursday, the winds of change blew in Friday afternoon and changed the complexion of Augusta National. To a golfer, the crazy winds made scoring at a premium.

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Technology changing the game of golf

Posted: 04/07/2006 - While some sports have altered rules over the years, that's not the case with golf. It's more the new equipment that's changing the way the game is played.

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Two burglaries in Washington Road hotel

Posted: 04/07/2006 - There have been two burglaries reported at the Hampton Inn along Washington Road. Sometime Wednesday, someone broke into two rooms.

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Some Masters patrons come only to shop

Posted: 04/07/2006 - It's one of the most majestic golf tournaments in the world. And while most people come to the Masters to watch the golf, there are those who come for the shopping.

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Masters saps life, business from downtown Augusta

Posted: 04/07/2006 - The Masters brings big business to Augusta. Businesses on Washington Road and Broad Street are competing for the same dollar. But this week's profits are not an even split.

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GBI discovers alcohol still, dumps 580 gallons

Updated: 04/07/2006 - Thursday night the GBI discovered an alcohol still just off of Clark Road. That's off Highway 56. Investigators dumped 580 gallons of illegal liquor.

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Caddies proof that majors are team sports

Posted: 04/06/2006 - Their job is a tough one--lugging a 40-pound golf bag up and down a hilly Augusta National. But the job of the caddy is much more than heavy lifting...or club selection. Golfers often depend on them for a different kind of support--the emotional kind.

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Funeral held for biker killed during charity ride

Posted: 04/06/2006 - Family and friends of Wayne Leroy Malick said their last goodbyes Thursday. Malick was killed in an accident April 1 during a charity bike ride for the American Cancer Society.

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Volunteer translators help international Masters players

Posted: 04/06/2006 - Among the 103 players invited to the Masters tournament this year, you can hear any one of 10 different languages. But not one player is ever left out due to a language barrier, thanks to several translators volunteering at the tournament.

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Remembering J.B. Fuqua

Posted: 04/06/2006 - J.B. Fuqua died Wednesday at age 87 from complications with bronchitis. Fuqua made his first million starting Augusta's WJBF-TV. He went on to turn Atlanta's Fuqua Industries into a multi-billion dollar conglomerate.

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Masters a true international event

Posted: 04/06/2006 - This 2006 Masters continues the tradition as an international golfing event. Nearly half the players this year come from outside the United States. Their presence is attracting international fans.

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Champ Walker threatens legal action against James Brown

Updated: 04/07/2006 - Here's another blow to the James Brown Soul of America Music Festival planned for Memorial Day weekend. James Brown's business manager David Cannon issued a press release saying Mr. Brown will only perform at the festival if the expenses are covered for him and his band.

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Improvements to the National please patrons

Posted: 04/06/2006 - The Augusta National Golf Club is constantly making improvements to make visiting and watching the Masters more enjoyable for the patrons. This 70th Masters is even more memorable.

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Glenn Hills High student planned to sell crack at school

Updated: 09/18/2006 - A Glenn Hills High School student has been disciplined for bringing crack cocaine to school. A Richmond County School Tribunal report says the student was caught by the school's assistant principal.

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