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Broken rules leads to change of hours at Augusta Library

Updated: 01/27/2015 - Closing Augusta's downtown library early every day and all day Sunday is not allowed. The state confirms the library director doesn't have the power to make those changes, but she did anyway. The Georgia Library System says only the board has the authority to make policy decisions. News 12's Jorge Lopez is on your side with how those illegal changes have hurt local groups.

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Marijuana bill adds new illness to list of treatment

Updated: 01/27/2015 - If it's passed a new law could change a woman's life who lives with agonizing pain every day A bill supporting medical marijuana oil was filed Monday. Now sickle cell has been added to the list of medical diagnosis' that qualify for the treatment. Health Team 12's Jorge Lopez sits down with one woman whose seizures started when she was just 8 years old.

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North Augusta looking for suspect using stolen credits cards

Updated: 01/27/2015 - The North Augusta Public Safety office is still looking for the man pictured. The suspect is believed to have made fraudulent purchases at Publix and Rite Aid in North Augusta with a stolen credit card.

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What's Going Around?: Flu-like illnesses

Posted: 01/26/2015 - This week's doctor for what's going around offices in our area is Dr. Janis Coffin, the director of the GRHealth Family Medicine Clinic at Georgia Regents Medical Center.

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Grovetown neighborhood target for car break-ins

Updated: 01/26/2015 - A man is facing charges accused in a string of car break-ins in Grovetown. Officers arrested Trey Hatchett Sunday. He's accused of stealing from three separate cars. Grovetown Public Safety say he was wearing a backpack with suspected stolen property.

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Local Homecoming Queen prepares for trip to meet the President

Updated: 01/26/2015 - Adejah Nesbitt is your typical high school senior. She studies hard, she's on the cheer squad, and she loves Taylor Swift. She also happens to be living with Autism. But, unlike most high school seniors, she'll be traveling to Washington D.C. to meet the President soon.

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City will help residents pay to get off septic tank and hooked into sewer

Updated: 01/26/2015 - It's a plan that could cost you thousands of dollars and now some changes are in the works to make a plumbing job in Augusta more affordable. City leaders are adjusting the plan for you to tap into Augusta's sewer system. News 12's Jorge Lopez is on your side with how this adjustment could cut the costs in half.

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