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Augusta Animal Services cracks down on keeping pets warm

Updated: 11/19/2014 - Keeping pets warm during these freezing temperatures is just as important as protecting them in the summer time. Augusta's Animal Services says it's during this severe cold, it's important for our furry friends to stay warm too.

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Last agenda items create conflict in Commission meeting

Updated: 11/19/2014 - Not a typical ending to the Augusta Commission meeting Tuesday night. They may have left the chambers, but their meeting is not over. Decisions on the budget and storm water fee have to be addressed before commissioners can set the agenda for the next meeting and as News 12 reports commissioners also took up a topic many are still mad about.

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Dye packs leading engineers to the dam's leak

Updated: 11/19/2014 - Today engineers finally got answers about the leak in Langley dam, but it is still not a quick fix. They need to drain the pond even more and that is going to take some time. The flood watch that was supposed to expire today is now pushed back until Wednesday.

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County officials oppose idea of road transfers

Updated: 11/18/2014 - Rep. Gary Simrill says some of those roads need to be turned over to local governments. The Rock Hill Republican suggests providing counties more money to pay for it.

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City Administrator starts first day on the job

Janice Allen-Jackson

Updated: 11/17/2014 - It's the highest paying job in Augusta's government and Monday is her first day at the realm. Janice Allen Jackson is the new city administrator. She spoke with News 12 about big issues like the city's budget and who she'll pick to help her run the city.

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