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City of Augusta gets new animal ordinance

Updated: 10/13/2014 - Animal rescue groups are not happy with the number of dogs and cats put to sleep in Augusta. They say the city is still not getting it right when it comes to changing the 40-year-old animal ordinances. News 12 spoke to one group who says requiring spay/neuter laws won't change the kill rate and could cost a lot of money.

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Former VP of Paine College suing for wrongful termination

Updated: 10/13/2014 - A Paine College official speaking on the condition of anonymity confirms Vice President of Institutional Advancement Brandon Brown and Tina Bradley, wife of former President Dr. George Bradley, are no longer employed by the college.

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ACSO: Deputy fired for allegedly loaning ID to minor

Aiken County Sheriff's Office

Updated: 10/13/2014 - Deputy Christopher Salley was terminated on Sept. 22, the Sheriff's Office said. Salley is also involved in the shooting that killed a woman with a gun on Andrews Circle in June.

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Early voting begins in Georgia's high-stakes races

Posted: 10/13/2014 - A lawsuit filed Friday asks a judge to force Secretary of State Brian Kemp and election officials in five counties to promptly review voter registrations before Election Day on Nov. 4. The suit says more than 40,000 people who participated in a registration drive are missing from state voter rolls.

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Technology takes over former Richmond Academy

Updated: 10/13/2014 - The old Richmond Academy is opening it's doors again, this time for a new kind of learning environment. They're changing what used to be classrooms for math and English, into rooms filled with new technology and new ideas.

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CDC urges all US hospitals to 'think Ebola'

Updated: 10/13/2014 - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Tom Frieden is urging hospitals to watch for patients with fever or symptoms of Ebola who have traveled from the three Ebola-stricken African nations in the past 21 days. He spoke Monday after a nurse in Dallas became the first person to catch the disease within the United States.

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Georgia lawmakers look into making law after Todd Gurley investigation

Updated: 10/11/2014 - The dawgs came out on top against Missouri, but things weren't looking too bright earlier this week after the suspension of Heisman hopeful Todd Gurley. Some Georgia lawmakers are saying Gurley shouldn't be the only one paying the consequences.

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Man accused of killing his wife in Warren County

Updated: 10/13/2014 - The Warren County Sheriff's office arrest a man they say murdered his wife. Clues of violence between the two date back to just a couple of months ago. Investigators tell News 12, deputies had been called to the Warrenton home once before.

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