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Mother of three still missing out of Edgefield County

Updated: 09/25/2014 - Investigators in Edgefield County are hoping text messages can lead the way to a mother who's been missing for 4 days. Tammy Kingery has not been seen since Saturday when she walked away from her Merriwether home, and even though the police are still looking for Tammy her husband tells News 12 no search can move fast enough.

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Fight videos could make pressing charges easier for law enforcement

Updated: 09/25/2014 - The video has made its way around Facebook and now an Augusta mom wants something to be done about bullying caught on camera. Once the video goes up, it goes everywhere including falling into the hands of media, the hands of law enforcement.

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GRUB for GRU to help with fundraiser goal

Posted: 09/24/2014 - Local restaurants will contribute 10 percent of all pre-taxed food sales to Georgia Regents University on Sept. 25, the university said.

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Students get fit with Olympic medalist

Posted: 09/24/2014 - Students at Westmont Elementary got a tips from Olympic silver-medalist Manteo Mitchell on how to stay fit and healthy.

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Recon robot gives deputies real time surveillance, keeps them safer

Posted: 09/24/2014 - Deputies risk their lives every day, but thanks to some new technology, now they might not have to in some situations. It's not a fly on the wall, but it is the next best thing. News 12's Christie Ethridge introduces us to the recon robot, the newest addition to the Columbia County Sheriff's Office.

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Private probation companies battle case in state supreme court

Updated: 09/24/2014 - A decision that started in a Richmond County court room is now a case in Georgia's highest court. This week lawyers are giving their reasons why private probation companies should stay in business, but as News 12 reports the state's supreme court ruling could mean the end of an industry.

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CDC confirms 2 cases of enterovirus in South Carolina

Posted: 09/23/2014 - The CDC confirmed the first cases in South Carolina of the EV-D68 strain of enterovirus in two people living in the Upstate, according to a release from the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control.

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