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Deciding when to close schools for sickness

Updated: 10:18 AM - The McDuffie County superintendent decided to close Maxwell Elementary School yesterday, after more than 17 percent of their school went home sick. Now, she's sending the entire district home early for the holidays. How many sick kids are too many?

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Road crews working to keep kids safe on their walk to school

Updated: 12/17/2014 - Road crews are working to keep students safe when they cross Harlem Grovetown road at Old Berzelia road. Construction started this morning after an accident in September threw a middle school student more than 30 feet and now they are making changes. One of those changes will be moving the crosswalk about 30 feet closer to the school to slow down traffic. Parents say having a safer crosswalk is the right thing to do.

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Numerous violations could cause bus company to lose Augusta contract

Updated: 12/17/2014 - McDonald Transit says it hasn't been paid since June, but commissioners say with the check need to be changes. In a letter McDonald Transit admits they have not given the city accident reports and drug screening for drivers regularly now they have three months to shape up or ship out.

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Despite more funding Hyde Park residents say they've been disappointed before

Updated: 12/17/2014 - While questions remain about how millions of dollars meant for Hyde Park was spent Augusta leaders are spending millions more to move out the rest. The city says all families should be out within a year and moving could start next month, but as News 12's Jorge Lopez reports one homeowner says she'll believe it when she sees it.

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Morning Money Matters: DIY Hand-Santa ornaments

Updated: 12/17/2014 - Pinterest: making those of us without the "Martha Stewart gene" look bad since March of 2010. But if I can pull this off, so can you. It's too cute not to share.

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New Augusta road could become new path for more jobs

Updated: 12/17/2014 - Augusta is paving the way for more jobs through pavement of a new street. Tuesday night commissioners gave the green light to a big manufacturing company's request meaning it could be one step closer to building in Augusta. Tuesday's decision could mean hundreds of jobs.

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