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Medical company is moving and bringing new jobs

Updated: 11:31 PM - North Augusta is celebrating hundreds of jobs coming to town. MEDAC, which is based in Augusta is making the move to Aiken County. The company will bring more than 500 existing workers and hire 200 new ones. News 12 is on your side with more on how you can connect with one of the new jobs.

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New Georgia gun law is receiving mixed reviews

Updated: 5:51 PM - "Some of the government facilities, I do have a little bit of concern with, but it is the law of the land and we will abide by it. We will do whatever we can to keep our city employees safe," said Mayor Deke Copenhaver.

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Bumper stickers: How it all began

Updated: 10:57 AM - Created in the 1940s, bumper stickers spread across the country fast--especially because of national elections. The different bumper stickers we see today, though, have one thing in common.

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Richmond County patrolling, ticketing to protect pedestrians

Posted: 9:56 AM - It's been a deadly couple of weeks for people trying to cross the road in Richmond County. In a span of ten days, four people were hit, three of them killed. In most cases, it wasn't the drivers' fault. That's why deputies are keeping a closer eye on people on foot.

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12 OYS: Dumped by date; no refund on prom dress layaway

Updated: 5:31 PM - You are paying on the perfect prom dress for your daughter only to have her date dump her just weeks before the big night. Now a mom said she cannot get a refund on her layway. News 12 spoke with the mother Melissa Barfield. She said with no refund and no dress it is a double dose of disappointment.

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UPDATE: 10 Hephzibah High students test positive for TB exposure

Updated: 04/23/2014 - News 12 has new developments in the tuberculosis scare at Hephzibah High School. The results are in after the first round of TB testing and they show 10 students have tested positive for exposure to disease. As some students get results, others are still being tested and the health department says there is no need to panic.

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Election change lawsuit could cost Augusta thousands

Updated: 04/23/2014 - The ACLU is suing on behalf of two lawmakers and a group of citizens. They're asking a judge to put a stop on the May 20th election for mayor and commissioners and to answer who has legal authority to change the date.

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Drug Take Back Day this weekend

Posted: 04/23/2014 - Federal authorities are urging Georgians to drop off their expired, unused and unwanted pills to help combat prescription drug abuse.

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