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Local Update - January 30, 2007

Posted: 01/30/2007 - More information on Broad Street fatal accident; 2 dead in SUV accident on I-20; Brown estate power struggle continues; presidential hopeful visits Aiken; DeVaney funeral arrangements set; father, son get stuck in well.

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Ministry educates parents about gangs

Updated: 01/29/2007 - A local church is doing its part to fight Augusta's growing gang problem. On Sunday the non-profit group Full Circle Refuge spoke to the community at Aldersgate Methodist Church on Wheeler Road.

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James Brown honored at Battle of the Bands

Updated: 01/29/2007 - Ten marching bands from all over came together in Atlanta for the annual Honda Battle of the Bands. The showcase was complete with a little surprise for everyone: a tribute to James Brown.

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Local Update - January 29, 2007

Posted: 01/29/2007 - Person ejected from vehicle in crash; teen killed in Broad Street accident; man snatches purse, crashes vehicle; man wanted in attempted armed robbery; former Augusta mayor dies in car accident.

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Laney Museum: Too little space for exhibits

Posted: 01/26/2007 - After 15 years, the Lucy Laney Museum has collected many valuable, quality pieces like a painting of James Brown that's been shown worldwide. Trouble is, when they get pieces like this in, there's nowhere to put them.

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Buddy Dallas responds to Brown children's petition

Updated: 01/26/2007 - A day after six of James Brown's children went to court to try to get his estate trustees fired, the lawyer who represented the Godfather for years fired back at claims that he and others have mismanaged Brown's estate.

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Local Update - January 25, 2007

Posted: 01/25/2007 - House fire in Bath; Langley man arrested in Warrenville armed robbery; seventh grader brings unloaded gun to school; Holland gets tough on abandoned buildings.

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James Brown's children want will trustees removed

Updated: 01/24/2007 - Atlanta attorney David Yount filed papers today in Aiken County on behalf of James Brown's six children, requesting the removal of Brown's trustees and a full accounting of the estate.

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Local Update - January 24, 2007

Posted: 01/24/2007 - Downtown house fire; Columbia County chooses new school superintendent; GBI awaits toxicology report on man who went on naked rampage; escaped robbery suspect back in custody; road lane closures.

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Sheriff Hunt: Growth means more deputies needed

Updated: 01/23/2007 - Aiken County Sheriff Michael Hunt says a booming county means growing crime rates. But he says he can win the war if the price is right. Deputy Austin Lancaster says he and fellow deputies spend a lot of time on traffic calls.

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James Brown Birthday Bash cancelled

Updated: 01/23/2007 - There will be no James Brown Birthday Bash this year. The Coliseum Authority has yet to receive permission from Brown's estate to promote the event using Brown's name.

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Local Update - January 23, 2007

Posted: 01/23/2007 - Man dies after naked rampage; FBI rescues kidnapped boy; man wanted in robbery escapes custody; two unsolved robberies in Augusta; bond set for woman accused of meth production; gas gauge.

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Local Update - January 22, 2007

Posted: 01/22/2007 - Fire damages Popeyes in Aiken; armed robbery suspect escapes police; Peach Orchard Circle K robbed; parents of assault suspect arrested, man wanted in connection to Wrens shooting, man charged in death of baby son.

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Legal expert analyzes James Brown's will

Updated: 01/22/2007 - James Brown's last wishes, spelled out in seven pages. His last will and testament is now public. News 12's Jonathan Martin talked to a legal expert to break down the will and look at the legal challenges that may come.

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Passport law changes complicate travel plans

Updated: 01/22/2007 - If you are flying out of the country, a new homeland security law may prevent you from getting back into the United States if you don't have a passport. News 12's Lynnsey Gardner is on your side with what you need to know.

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Legal battle set to begin over James Brown's will

Posted: 01/19/2007 - Three weeks after his death, exactly what James Brown's will says has been made public--and there is no mention of Tomi Rae or her little boy, James Brown, Jr.

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James Brown's will filed in Aiken County

Updated: 01/19/2007 - James Brown's will was filed in court today in Aiken County. His wife, Tomi Rae, and son James Brown, Jr., are nowhere to be found in the document--but it was dated before they were married.

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Local Update - January 19, 2007

Posted: 01/19/2007 - Aiken convenience store robbed; burglary suspect caught on tape turns himself in; Augusta pizza restaurant robbed; Aiken County woman wanted for forgery; James Junior left out of Brown's will; cold weather bad news for animal shelter.

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Local Update - January 18, 2007

Posted: 01/18/2007 - Several morning accidents across the area; cold morning brought sleet to the area; county crews prepared for winter weather; News 12 brings you 24/7 Weather on Comcast channel 247.

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New program helps injured vets learn job skills

Updated: 11/08/2007 - New veterans can have a tough time switching gears from life in the military to life as a civilian. That's why Fort Gordon is joining forces with several other agencies to help servicemen and women figure out a new career path.

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James Brown's former attorney weighs in on will issue

Posted: 01/17/2007 - Whether Tomi Rae is entitled to half of Mr. Brown's estate is all based on whether she is in fact the soul singer's fourth wife. Brown's former attorney says she brought all the problems on herself.

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Child locked in day care van for two hours

Updated: 01/17/2007 - An Augusta day care left a five-year-old girl locked in a day care van for more than two hours. "It's a bad neighborhood," said Adriana's mother Antrease. "Anything could have happened to my child."

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