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Mayor's Masters reception cancelled

Updated: 03/06/2014 - The Mayor's Masters reception has been kicking off Masters week for 15 years, but this year they just couldn't swing it. This annual tradition that fills the Augusta Common has been canceled.

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Hundreds walk to school despite cold, wet weather

Updated: 03/06/2014 - Walk to School Day has come and gone for both Georgia and South Carolina and in the one event, schools are already seeing huge results. Hundreds of students--walking to school and the incentives for both schools and students to do this are numerous.

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Contractor accused of insurance fraud; skips town leaving customer with mess

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Updated: 03/05/2014 - After her house was damaged by fire, a homeowner said she hired a contractor who made matters even worse. Looking for help she contacted On Your Side. Our investigation reveals that this contractor is no stranger to the legal system, nor to court judgments which is what this case is all about.

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Gov. Haley addresses suspension of MOX, possible lay-offs

Updated: 03/05/2014 - We're continuing to learn more about what President Obama's budget could mean for our area. In particular, we're learning how it could even terminate a crucial project at Savannah River Site. News 12's Chad Mills talked to the governor to find out more.

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Richmond Co. officials say make-up days will run like normal school days

Posted: 03/05/2014 - Reaction continues from Richmond County parents after the school board's decisions to make up three snow days--two of which fall on a Saturday and on Good Friday. A lot of concerns from parents--one of them: exactly how will it work for students heading to school on a Saturday and what's normally considered a holiday?

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One injured in accident on I-520

Posted: 03/04/2014 - Richmond County deputies are on the scene of a one vehicle accident with injuries on Bobby Jones Expy.

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12 OYS: Student loans tempting more to apply for dollars; not degrees

Updated: 03/04/2014 - A rise in online education is leading more potential students to apply for college. But a government reports says it is more about the dollars than the degrees. Unlike traditional lending, college loans are just about always guaranteed and with lower interest rates. But some are using federal student aid as a way to supplement their income.

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