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Savannah River swim ban hurts some businesses

Updated: 09/19/2014 - After a three day swimming ban the Savannah Riverkeeper says it's safe to get back in the water. They're still not sure what the substance in the water was, or where it came from. Some folks have already jumped back in, but some businesses on the river took a hit from the spill.

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News 12 Investigates: Claims of abuse at Gracewood

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Updated: 09/19/2014 - Claims of abuse are pouring out of Gracewood Hospital and it's sparked an investigation into the facility. News 12 investigates those claims of what possibly happened behind closed doors.

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12 OYS: Vulgar Facebook comments raise questions about free speech rights

Updated: 09/19/2014 - Lots of us use social media to share everything from intimate thoughts to personal politics, but a Facebook post allegedly written by a Warrenton police officer has sparked an investigation. When it comes to freedom of speech, it can be a very thin line between who you are and what you can say.

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UPDATE | Savannah River swimming ban lifted

Updated: 09/17/2014 - The Savannah Riverkeeper organization says they are still waiting for test results on an oily substance found in the river this weekend.

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Drug bust at a Columbia County country club

Updated: 09/17/2014 - The Columbia County Sheriff's Office in joint effort with the Richmond County Sheriff's Office, arrested a man after find drugs stashed in his office a the West Lake Country Club.

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Paine College: President's resignation not expected

Updated: 09/17/2014 - Paine College leaders are speaking out following their president's resignation this Tuesday afternoon. One administrator tells News 12 Dr. George Bradley's departure was not expected.

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12 OYS: Veteran claims Augusta VA is delaying colonoscopy

Updated: 09/19/2014 - It is a medical procedure that could save her life, but a veteran said Augusta's VA hospital is dragging its feet unless she agrees to perform the procedure without anesthesia. When News 12 started asking some tough questions to VA officials, their response was to stall us from airing this story. We chose not to.

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City of Waynesboro installs GPS trackers in city vehicles

Updated: 09/16/2014 - The city of Waynesboro has started installing GPS trackers in every city vehicle. But, city leaders say the technology is not intended to spy on workers. They're hoping it will help save tax payers money and make city services more efficient.

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