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Update: Gov. Deal says no more Students stranded on buses

Updated: 01/29/2014 - After a rare snowstorm stopped Atlanta-area commuters in their tracks -- forcing many to hunker down in their cars overnight or seek other shelter -- the National Guard is sending military Humvees onto the city's snarled freeway system.

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GBI organizing DNA evidence to help solve cold cases

Posted: 01/27/2014 - A federal grant is expected to help the Georgia Bureau of Investigation organize evidence that could help solve cold cases and exonerate those who may have been wrongfully convicted.

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Only on 12: A day in the life of Ga. DNR's female game warden

Updated: 12/15/2013 - She's called Ranger First Class by day and mother by night. Niki Spencer is the only female game warden in East Georgia. She's in charge of patrolling all the illegal hunting and fishing in two counties. As News 12's Christie Ethridge reports, when she gets home, her work is just beginning.

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Soldiers come home before the holidays

Updated: 11/25/2013 - It was after midnight, but some families were nowhere close to sleeping. After a year-long deployment soldiers from the Georgia Army National Guard finally came home Sunday and were welcomed by some pretty happy wives, dads, and kids. News12 was also there and talked to one local family who says the timing is perfect

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Can you keep burglars out of your home during the holidays?

Updated: 11/19/2013 - Home break-ins usually spike this time of the year because criminals know many of you are already buying Christmas gifts. TV's, game consoles, and jewelry aren't just on your wish list, crooks want them too. News 12 gives you a few ways to keep the Grinch out of your home for the holidays.

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Evans Boy Scout earns all merit badges of scouting

Updated: 11/18/2013 - In the 103 years of scouting, only 200 Boy Scouts have earned every merit badge. A local boy from Evans can add his name to that list. The Boys Scouts badges are a symbol of learning, achievement and knowledge, but as News 12 explains not everyone agrees with the teen's accomplishment.

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Woman barely escapes fire with her two children

Updated: 11/18/2013 - A fire that destroyed a family's home hasn't killed their spirits. News12 spent the day in Jackson talking to the mother who says she hugs her kids a little tighter after their close call.

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Medical students learn how to help war vets

Updated: 11/15/2013 - In honor of Veterans Day, medical students at GRU spent the week focusing on special care for members of the military. When soldiers return from war, they often need special treatment and as News12 explains, their injuries aren't only physical.

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GRU and Gold Cross partner up to save lives

Updated: 11/12/2013 - In the critical moments of an en emergency EMT'S rush to the scene and now, in some instances, a doctor will be with them. News12 explains why GRU and Gold Cross and teaming up and why it could make a critical difference.

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Mysterious gunshots have neighborhood on edge

Updated: 11/10/2013 - Folks in a Columbia County subdivision say mysterious gunshots are making the ground shake underneath them and their windows rattle. They tell News12 they hear the loud shots, but have no idea where it's coming from, or how close it is to their homes. News12's went looking for some answers about this mystery shooting range.

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Multiple ways to sign up for Affordable Health Care Act

Updated: 11/06/2013 - For the last month people have been trying to sign up online for the Affordable Health Care Act. Some of you have shared your troubles and are asking for alternatives. News12 spoke to one group who's willing to show you different ways to sign-up and where you can go to get help if you don't have any insurance.

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Columbia County skate park on hold for now

Updated: 11/05/2013 - Skateboarders aren't very happy after plans for a skate park in Columbia county have hit the wall. Looks like the plans to build the park and a BMX bike course will go back to the drawing board and some say the plans have been axed because of a skaters stereotype, but as News12 tell you-- it's all about the money.

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Milk for $8 a gallon? Passing a new farm bill could stop that

Updated: 11/02/2013 - A gallon of milk costs you more than a gallon of gas right now, at some stores even more than $4.00. Experts say that price could almost double in the next few weeks if congress doesn't act. We're talking 8 bucks a gallon. News12 explains how the farm bill will impact you.

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Low turnout does not affect message of Civil Rights summit

Updated: 10/30/2013 - A judge, pastor, and football coach were just some of the community leaders talking about civil rights at Paine College Tuesday night. News12 was at the meeting where organizers are now determined to reach more people. At one point the panel out numbered the audience, but organizers say it's not about how many show up. It's more about what people learn and share.

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