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Martinez house fire may have been arson

Updated: 10/19/2006 - New information today on month-old house fire in Martinez. Now officials are saying it may have been no accident. The fire destroyed everything in its path, gutting the home from the inside out.

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No solid deal on proposed drag strip site

Posted: 10/19/2006 - Talks of a drag strip coming to Augusta may have hit another roadblock. Commissioners were presented a $25,000 feasibility study this week, listing Augusta Corporate Park as the drag strip's proposed site.

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News 12 This Morning Local Update - October 19, 2006

Updated: 10/19/2006 - Pedestrian hit, killed; federal prisoner escapes unnoticed; custodian fired over videotape involving child; Columbia Co. schools stay overcrowded; St. Joseph flu shots; Barrow, Burns debate; Western Carolina State Fair

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Several Augusta tenants have no power, water

Posted: 10/18/2006 - Water and electricity...they're two everyday necessities many of us take for granted. But several families in Augusta are being forced to do without them.

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Knives found in Cross Creek student's book bag

Posted: 10/18/2006 - Another weapon found on high school grounds. 17 year old Barry Lanier, Jr. is facing felony charges of having of a knife within a school safety zone.

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Six teens arrested in home break-in

Posted: 10/18/2006 - Six teenagers have been arrested for their alleged roles in an Aiken break-in. The owner of the home on Palm Drive says the teens took a safe and cigarettes.

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News 12 This Morning Local Update - October 18, 2006

Updated: 10/18/2006 - Fire destroys mobile home; school custodian charged with child molestation; Commissioners debate 2007 budget; long election ballot for Augusta; no photo ID needed to vote in Georgia.

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Augusta's November ballot longest in 28 years

Updated: 01/10/2007 - Three weeks from today, you will head to the polls for the November general election. Absentee voting is underway, but the Richmond County Board of Elections is seeing a snag already.

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67th Signal Battalion deploys to Iraq

Updated: 10/17/2006 - Another group of Fort Gordon soldiers is headed to Iraq--some of them for a second time. The 67th Signal Battalion had a departure ceremony this morning.

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World greets 300 millionth American

Updated: 01/11/2007 - The number-crunchers say America hit a milestone this morning at 7:46 EDT. News 12 talks with a mother whose daughter was almost the 300 millionth American.

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News 12 This Morning Local Update - October 17, 2006

Posted: 10/17/2006 - Man shot in arm in downtown Augusta; investigators searching for pickaxe roof thief; Civic Center renamed; 67th Signal Battalion deploys; Jimmie Dyess lane closures; Augusta to GA Supreme Court.

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Pickaxe roof thief comes up empty-handed

Posted: 10/16/2006 - It's a crime you don't hear about that often, but it happened twice over the weekend: a burglar created his own way of getting in by cutting a hole in the roof.

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Local churches fight violence with prayer, fasting

Posted: 10/16/2006 - Local churches unite to fight increasing black on black crime. It was the dying wish of Augusta's Barbara Thurmond, a longtime crime fighter. Today, it's a reality.

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Burglar cuts holes in business roofs

Posted: 10/16/2006 - Two businesses were found with holes cut in the roof. It appears a burglar used a pick axe tool to cut a hole in the roof, then dropped down through the ceiling.

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