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Special Assignment: No Delivery Zone

Updated: 02/01/2007 - It's something most of us take for granted. We can pick up a phone and order a pizza whenever we want. But for some people in Augusta, that's not an option. And many of those people who can't get pizza have one thing in common: they live in an Augusta Housing Authority home.

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Augusta prepares for James Brown Music Festival

Updated: 12/26/2006 - Last minute preparations are being made for the James Brown Soul of America Music Festival. Festival organizers say about 2000 people are already expected to come, and Richmond County deputies are preparing for the crowds.

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New law further limits where sex offenders can live

Updated: 06/21/2006 - Richmond County investigators are busy tracking sex offenders and making sure they register. A new law going into effect July 1 will narrow the places sex offenders can live.

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Special Assignment: Dangerous Sports

Updated: 02/01/2007 - Summer sports are kicking into high gear, and more time outside means more chances to get hurt. In a News 12 Special Assignment, Stephanie Baker tells us about mistakes children in all sports make.

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Board members react to Larke rally

Posted: 05/25/2006 - It was a heated rally Wednesday, May 24 as parents and educators showed up outside the Richmond County Board of Education to show their support for Dr. Charles Larke.

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Special Assignment: Crack Pipes for Sale

Updated: 02/01/2007 - To the unknowing eye, it looks like a small gift or collectable. But anyone who's been around drugs knows what it really is: a crack pipe. News 12's Kristen Cosby has been investigating the small glass tubes sold in local convenience stores.

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Rally held in support of Superintendent Dr. Larke

Posted: 05/24/2006 - After eleven years as superintendent of Richmond County schools, Dr. Charles Larke is fighting for his job. Wednesday, his supporters rallied in front of the Board of Education.

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Community reacts to Sego student beatings investigation

Posted: 05/24/2006 - An abuse investigation at Sego Middle School prompts some families to hire an attorney. Teacher Dr. Maurice Wallace is accused of letting students punish younger classmates by beating them.

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Closed Pfizer plant may become ethanol plant

Posted: 05/24/2006 - Augusta's closed Pfizer Pharmaceuticals plant may have new life as an ethanol plant. A New York company called Xethanol has signed a letter of intent with Pfizer to buy the 30 acre site.

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Fraud trial verdicts in

Updated: 02/01/2007 - The jury deciding conspiracy and money laundering charges against two South African businessmen has reached verdicts. Stephan Botes has been found guilty on fifteen counts. He will be taken into custody until his sentencing. Peter Steyn was found not guilty on all counts.

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Search still on for missing Augusta woman

Posted: 05/24/2006 - No signs of progress today in the search for Deborah Fortunato Dill. The Augusta woman has been missing for two months after, according to her husband, she left home after an argument.

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5 Richmond County sex offenders unaccounted for

Updated: 06/21/2006 - Who are they...and more importantly, where are they? In a News 12 investigation, we check the status of sex offenders in Richmond County, and why some have fallen off the radar.

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Residents refuse to let Graniteville die

Posted: 05/23/2006 - A deadly train wreck a year and a half ago is still defining the future for much of Aiken County. But the tight-knit mill town of Graniteville says it's home...with or without the mill.

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Civic Center GM resigns

Updated: 05/23/2006 - They've been without a leader before, and now the Richmond County Civic Center is once again left looking for another general manager. News 12's Domonique Benn talked with general manager Larry Rogers and Coliseum Authority members to find out what led to this conclusion.

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Botox restores Harlem woman's voice

Updated: 05/24/2006 - You lose your keys, your cell phone...some may say even your mind. But what about your voice? It happened to one woman in Harlem. News 12's Meredith Taylor shows you how she got it back.

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Augusta Civic Center, Bell Auditorium manager quits

Updated: 05/23/2006 - The manager of Augusta's Civic Center and Bell Auditorium is quitting. Larry Rogers submitted his resignation the morning of May 23 at the Coliseum Authority's regular meeting.

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Teen driver cuts off school bus, forces it into ditch

Posted: 05/23/2006 - It was a scary ride home for some Cross Creek students Monday afternoon, May 22, as a fellow classmate cut in front of their bus, sending it into a ditch. The teenage driver of a black truck is accused of cutting the bus off while trying to pass.

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Special Assignment: Identity Theft, Part 2

Updated: 02/01/2007 - You might be throwing away your identity without even knowing it. The trouble with your trash is...out of sight, out of mind. But do you ever think about where it ends up? In recycling centers...where we found many of you are trashing your identity.

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Dumb and Dangerous Driving - May 23, 2006

Updated: 06/15/2006 - Back by popular demand: Dumb and Dangerous Driving. You'd think after a deadly crash, blinking lights, and dozens of signs, drivers going under the Olive Road railroad bridge would follow the rules. Think again.

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