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Augusta fire stations in need of repair

Updated: 02/24/2015 - Several fire stations in Augusta are in need of repair. Part of the roof has collapsed at Station 9 off Walton Way Ext, and others, aren't far behind.

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North Augusta family loses everything in fire

Updated: 02/24/2015 - A widow is counting her blessings after her North Augusta home catches fire burning everything almost everything she owns. Her husband built the home decades ago, and it was known around the neighborhood for always having an open door.

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City wants to buy your old tires

Updated: 02/24/2015 - New money, for old tires. That's one of the ideas behind a tire drop-off pilot program an Augusta Committee approved this week. News 12's Jorge Lopez is on your side with how you could cash in if the commission signs off on it.

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12 OYS: Social Security Administration exposes recipient to ID theft, says woman

Updated: 02/24/2015 - The federal government is supposed to help protect your identity from thieves looking to cash in with your social security number. But an Augusta woman said she got quite the surprise when she opened a letter from the social security administration. It is a mix-up that could have cost a woman four states away, her identity.

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Augusta Regional gets new body scanners

Updated: 02/23/2015 - You can feel a little safer flying out of Augusta Regional Airport thanks to new high tech body scanners. The new technology is helping make sure nothing dangerous makes it on board your flight.

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Aiken County schools getting upgrades

Posted: 02/23/2015 - District officials say they're working on new school developments, in addition the ones paid for by the penny sales tax.

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Fall out continues after Mayor's news conference

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Updated: 02/23/2015 - It's Monday, but Augusta Commissioners are still talking about Mayor Hardie Davis' news conference Friday. It was a play for more power. Only one commissioner is on board, but as News 12's Jorge Lopez found out they all agree some things need to change.

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Handicap man challenges sheriff to 4 hours in wheelchair

Updated: 02/23/2015 - The Augusta Public Safety Committee is set to hear from a disabled vet who's concerned over where he parks downtown. As News 12's Jorge Lopez reports the vet is asking for more enforcement from deputies when it comes to people parking in handicap spots.

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