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Spokesman: George H.W. Bush returns home

Posted: 12/30/2014 - Former President George H.W. Bush has been released from a Houston hospital after a stay of about a week for treatment of shortness of breath.

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Looking forward to 2015 for Augusta's city government

Updated: 12/30/2014 - For many, the end of the year is a time of reflection on what happened in the last 12 months. But we're already looking ahead, there's also a lot Augusta has to look forward to in 2015.

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The need for blood is high, but blood centers say donations are low

Updated: 12/29/2014 - It's a busy time of year, but blood donation centers say it's the time of the year they need you the most. The burn center at Doctors Hospital treated 38 holiday related burns this Christmas and 31 during Thanksgiving. It's a busy time of year for babies too and officials say the need for blood is huge, but cold and flu symptoms are taking a toll on the supply.

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Four Augusta Commissioners take oath of office

Updated: 12/29/2014 - Four commissioners, one ceremony, and a promise to make their city a better place. Dennis Williams, Sammie Sias, Ben Hasan, and Grady Smith all took the oath of office Monday morning. Smith and Hasan are already serving. Williams and Sias will take over on January 1st.

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Who will be Augusta's next Mayor Pro-Tem

Updated: 12/29/2014 - It's been a year of changes for the City of Augusta. For the first time there is a black sheriff, soon to be the city's first black mayor since consolidation, and a commission with 6 black votes, but even more changes could be on the way when commissioners pick the next mayor pro tem. News 12's Jorge Lopez tell us who is pushing for change. Being a mayor pro-tem is like being a vice president and while 9 men run the city there is a chance a woman could be the mayor's fill-in when he's gone.

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Community policing efforts on Japonica Ave.

Updated: 12/29/2014 - Residents living on Japonica Avenue have made 44 calls to the Richmond County Sheriff's office in the past six months. One neighbor says he's not surprised by the amount of crime, but that something should be done about it.

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UPDATE: Woman tells deputies she was not kidnapped

Updated: 12/29/2014 - A woman originally believed to have been kidnapped told deputies she was not held against her will, according to a release from the Aiken County Sheriff's Office.

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Tree-recycling services offered in the CSRA

Updated: 12/29/2014 - We're on your side with information on where you can recycle your Christmas tree in Augusta, Columbia County, North Augusta, Aiken County, and more.

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South Carolina law makers pushing for more gun education

Updated: 12/29/2014 - Kids already have English,science, and history class, but South Carolina lawmakers want to add one more. A bill hitting the floor at the first of the year would add a marksmanship and gun safety program for kids.

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Burke County Sunday alcohol sales underway

Updated: 12/29/2014 - While state legislatures are getting ready for the first legislative session of the new year, one Georgia County is already enjoying their new law. Burke County has officially passed their new alcohol ordinance voted on in November.

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