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Only white Christmas on SC coast came after Hugo

Posted: 12/21/2014 - Since the National Weather Service began keeping records in 1880, there has been only one white Christmas on the South Carolina coast. That storm, which blew in 25 years ago this week, set records from Florida to North Carolina.

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Federal prosecutors: Pinson should forfeit $850,000

Posted: 12/21/2014 - Federal prosecutors say the former chairman of South Carolina State University's board of trustees should forfeit more than $850,000 following his conviction on public corruption charges.

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Museum remembers controversial SC Red Shirts

Posted: 12/20/2014 - The home of a Confederate officer who helped take power away from blacks after the Civil War is now a museum honoring the Confederacy and its leaders.

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Families coping with loss during the holidays

Updated: 12/22/2014 - Christmas is only five days away, and while the holidays mean fun and laughter for some families, for others it's a particularly tough time of year. Instead of planning time together, many are coping with the loss of a loved one.

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Only On 12: Family looking for justice in crash that killed mother, put father in coma

Updated: 12/22/2014 - A family is still searching for justice more than two years after an accident kills their mother and leaves their father in a coma. Both the daughter and son were in the car behind their parents when the crash happened. They saw the whole thing. The driver at fault, William Currie, pled guilty to reckless homicide last September but only served six months in jail.

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Push to preserve historic Harlem home

Updated: 12/22/2014 - A piece of Civil War history, right in our back yard. The Wilson- Hoyle home in Harlem is rich with history, but the city wants to tear it down, while others are fighting to keep history alive.

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Parvo outbreak shuts down animal shelter during the holidays for cleanup

Updated: 12/19/2014 - Barnwell County Animal Shelter needs to find home for a lot of cats and dogs fast. If they don't they could spend the holidays in a cage outside. The county says the shelter has a Parvo outbreak that started several weeks ago. News 12 sees what is being done to give these animals a good temporary or permanent home.

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Mayor Deke Copenhaver reflects on 9 years in office

Updated: 12/19/2014 - The clock is ticking and soon Augusta will have a new man in charge, but before he takes office News 12's Jorge Lopez spoke with outgoing Mayor Deke Copenhaver about changes he'd like to see.

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