Tuesday is Election Day and the four candidates for mayor will spend the final hours trying to get every vote they can. News 12 is on your side to show you how they’re spending the last moments on the campaign trail.
You may soon be able to buy alcohol in Grovetown on Sundays. That’s up to a vote Tuesday and this is stirring up a debate. News 12 is on your side with why some think this will bring much-needed business to the area, and others think it’s morally wrong.
The tornados have put a spotlight on overnight storms while many people are asleep. News 12 is on your side with more on a device that, if implemented, could help save your life.
It’s a day nearly 365 days in the making. 300 members of Fort Gordon’s 297th Military Intelligence Battalion returned home Saturday. News 12 has more from the emotional homecoming.
News 12 has learned the five Hephzibah high school students involved in a school bus stabbing will be suspended for ten days. On Friday, the parent of Shanice Scott, the student stabbed, met with Hephzibah High Principal Dr. Veta New.
It was September 15, 1997 at about 3:00 in the afternoon as shifts changed at R.E. Phelon when Hastings Wise stormed in. This former employee was fired about a month before for his temper.
Only on 12, we’re hearing for the first time the 9-1-1 calls from people inside the Phelon Plant during Wise’s shooting. The calls reveal the fear workers inside the building experienced.
It’s her second award ever in her life, and she’s grateful for it. Lounge Magazine recently gave Dr. Seretha Williams the 5 Under 35 Award. It’s for her dedication and hard work in the community. News 12 follows her to the place where you can clearly see it.
It’s a choice not all parents would agree with: putting your child through two hours of surgery for the sake of appearance. But News 12 found one family who did just that to avoid bullying later on. News 12 is on your side with how Otoplasty changed a little boy’s life.
Aiken County is starting to run low on flu shots. On Wednesday, News 12 was the first to tell you Richmond and Columbia Counties ran out of flu shots. Now local pharmacies are having to cancel their clinics, too.
A new plan describes a way to help the hundreds of companies in the CSRA that ship hazardous materials on the highways prevent problems.
A dragstrip could be coming to Augusta as early as next year. News 12 is on your side to explain what the city is doing to control the noise it will bring.
The smell is worse than the actual problem. The smelly water leaking from a tank off of Preps Phillips Drive near Old Town is not hazardous. Firefighters noticed the leak earlier this week when neighbors began calling them about a foul smell.
He’s bringing a very real message to the people in front of him. Reverend Otis Moss III is another 5 Under 35 winner we’re getting to know. At Tabernacle Baptist Church, he’s reaching people of all ages and even in places you wouldn’t expect.
The flu season has just barely begun, so why are both Columbia and Richmond Counties out of the vaccine already? Health Team 12 is on your side with when you can expect the next delivery.
The two men arrested for killing Ashley Smith’s husband were just told their trial will be pushed back to at least January. It was supposed to start next Monday. Mac Smith died in 2001, but police had a tough time at first because of a lack of evidence.
You can add travel restrictions to the list of possibilities when it comes to the bird flu. President Bush has a $7 billion plan to stockpile vaccines and help state and local governments prepare. News 12 is on your side with a closer look at what local chicken farmers say about this growing fear.
A confrontation after a high school football game leaves parents wondering if the punishment was just for all students. And as News 12 reports, some parents say the code of conduct is not being applied fairly to all students.
She’s 29 and spends almost every day of the week helping others in the community. Rumame Samuels is one of Lounge Magazine’s 5 Under 35 winners, picked for her positive impact on the people around her.
Columbia County commissioners have voted unanimously to combine Columbia County’s fire departments. News 12 is on your side with how this may improve coverage where you live.
They’re working right now to get rid of a lingering smell in Augusta. News 12 is on your side with the cleanup to get rid of the smell. For the people who live and work in the area, it’s been a bad day of guessing what could make it smell so bad.
The flu shot is still your best protection against the virus, and the good news is this year it’s a little easier to get one. News 12 is on your side to explain the changes made to make sure everyone who really should get one, gets a shot.
The driver of a logging truck says it wasn’t anything he could do to prevent a fatal accident involving a Richmond County deputy on his way home from work. It happened on River Road, an area known for heavy logging traffic.