A few months and two new crossing signs later, one crosswalk is still causing uneasiness among downtown pedestrians. People walking on Reynolds Street say crossing it is like dodging bullets.
A lane of Wrightsboro Road will be closed on Friday while crews complete utility work.
A family member has been charged with murder after three bodies were found in the woods following a brush fire in south Augusta on Tuesday.
The process is beginning for Savannah River Nuclear Solutions employees to return back to their normal work schedules.
The man accused in an armed robbery at a liquor store has now been named a suspect in an armed robbery at the Four Seasons parking lot on Sunday night.
Two events are planned in the CSRA this weekend to collect donations for the victims of Monday's killer twister in Oklahoma.
Investigators were called to a home in southern Emanuel County on Tuesday after an infant was found unresponsive.
Narcotics investigators confiscated 2 kilos of cocaine, which was being kept in a camper freezer behind a barn, and approximately 1 pound of heroin and 1 pound of marijuana, found in a cooler buried inside the barn.
Investigators say 26-year-old Matthew Leverett Wilson and 27-year-old DeShawn Demetrius Lowe got into an argument. Lowe allegedly shot Wilson in the chest as he approached.
A former news anchor and member of the News 12 team has died. Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church confirms Jim Davis passed away at his home at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday.
The Georgia Department of Labor announced on Thursday that metro Augusta’s unemployment rate went down to 7.6 percent in April, which is down from 7.9 percent in March.
A Barnwell mother is fed up after she says her daughter was attacked on the school bus ride home -- and this isn't the first time.
It's a tragedy that has stunned a community -- two retired school teachers and their son killed, their bodies dumped in the woods and set on fire.
The investigation began yesterday when deputies found three bodies in a brush fire in the woods behind Deer Chase Elementary School in Hephzibah. Then, late last night, clues led detectives to a home on nearby Pinnacle Place Drive, where they found another crime scene. Property records indicate the home belonged to Roosevelt and Edna Jones. Family members tell us the couple, and their son, Russell, were the victims of the murder.
The panic to find your loved one before something happens can be overwhelming, but one organization is making the process a little easier. They use a radio frequency tracking system to help find people who have a tendency to wander, and it's free for those who need it.
Safety during the summer for soldiers at Fort Gordon has always been a concern. All types of safety measures, from boating safety to motorcycle safety, were discussed Wednesday at the annual Safety Stand Down Day on Fort Gordon.
The man who served as the associate director of the Golden Harvest Food Bank for 30 years has died.
H&M will be opening a 23,000 square foot store, its first in eastern Georgia. The store will carry collections for women, men, young ladies, young men and children.
Richmond County deputies say Pablo Cesar Chaves shot the dog twice with a shotgun. Investigators found a chainsaw covered in blood and dog hair at the scene on Chester Avenue.
An Aiken woman is warning others about a tricky telephone scam. You may have heard of it. The FBI calls it the "Grandparent Scam." It's where a caller pretends to be your grandson or granddaughter to get money. News 12's Chad Mills is on your side to help you from becoming a victim.
The three-vehicle crash happened at the intersection of State Route 17 and the Thomson Bypass around 11:14 a.m. Monday.
Sources have confirmed the identities of the bodies that were found in south Augusta on Tuesday.
The Oklahoma Insurance Department says a preliminary estimate suggests the cost of the tornado that hit the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore could be more than $2 billion.
The company running Augusta's bus service is suing the city. Mobility wants to get its contract renewed and stop anyone else from getting it, but city leaders say this won't stop them from going forward with their plans.
Officials say a high school student was driving his younger sister to school when he tried to turn onto Anthony Drive. His car was hit by another car coming down Jefferson Davis, causing the car to do a 180.
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