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Pain still fresh for Graniteville victim's family

Updated: 01/11/2007 - The Graniteville community came together for two memorial ceremonies to remember the tragedy and the nine people who lost their lives. While it's been 24 months since the accident, one victim's family says the pain has not gone away.

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Wanted sex offender visits brother in Augusta

Updated: 01/11/2007 - An Augusta man admits to opening his home to his brother--a wanted sex offender. The Richmond County Sheriff's Office is still looking for 46-year-old Bill Laws, last seen in Augusta's Harrisburg area.

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Volunteer firefighter couple suffering Graniteville effects

Updated: 01/11/2007 - Many Graniteville residents are still suffering from the aftermath of the 2005 train wreck. The crash spewed tons of lethal chemicals into the early morning sky, leaving nine people dead. News 12 spoke with two survivors.

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2007 Georgia Legislative Session begins Monday

Posted: 01/08/2007 - Georgia's General Assembly returns to work today for the start of the 2007 Legislative Session, and Augusta is sending several new lawmakers. The Republicans will be in control of both the House and Senate.

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Local Update - January 8, 2007

Updated: 01/08/2007 - 2007 Legislative Sessions beginning in Georgia and South Carolina; Sheriff's deputy hospitalized after hitting deer; sex offender still missing; I-20 pacing starts today.

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Parent says woods near Glenn Hills invite trouble

Updated: 01/05/2007 - 16-year-old Delonte Kitchings was arrested yesterday after allegedly raping a female student in a wooded area near the school. One parent says that area is bad news because students have easy access to a very isolated place.

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Brown's daughter won't weigh in on marriage issue

Posted: 01/05/2007 - Wednesday, Tomi Rae Brown appeared on CNN's Larry King Live to defend her relationship with James Brown. On Thursday, Brown's daughter was joined by Rev. Al Sharpton on the same program.

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Local Update - January 5, 2007

Posted: 01/05/2007 - Plane crashes near Columbia airport; student accused of rape; man wanted for violating sex offender registry; another CSRA's Most Wanted arrest; deputies release video of Richmond Hill armed robbers; Columbia County school rezoning.

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Norwood back to work

Posted: 01/04/2007 - Congressman Charlie Norwood is back at work. He was hospitalized in December to get chemotherapy for cancer and faces several more months of that treatment.

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Tomi Rae defends her relationship with James Brown

Updated: 01/04/2007 - Was Tomi Rae Hynie really married to the late James Brown? 12 is on your side with documents to help clear up some rumors, and we hear from the pastor who says he performed the marriage ceremony.

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New school means rezoning for Columbia County

Updated: 01/04/2007 - A new elementary school in Columbia County will help with overcrowding. The board of education is holding a public meeting for parents to get a look at the school rezoning.

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Glenn Hills student accused of raping fellow student

Updated: 01/05/2007 - Sheriff's investigators say 16-year-old Delonte Kitchings raped another student near Glenn Hills High School during lunch period. It happened in some woods behind the school Wednesday.

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Neighbors shocked at meth lab bust

Posted: 01/04/2007 - 37-year-old Jamie Brosious was arrested after officers say they found a meth lab inside her Evans home. Many of her neighbors are families with children, and that's what bothers them most--the thought of Brosious endangering their kids.

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Local Update - January 4, 2007

Posted: 01/04/2007 - Meth lab busted in upscale neighborhood; escaped inmate recaptured; man arrested for hit-and-run of 7-year-old; city budget changes go into effect; city removes mementos at James Brown's statue; new school officials sworn in.

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James Brown's personal driver shares his memories

Posted: 01/03/2007 - It took a lot to pull off James Brown's 3-day funeral services, first in New York and then back in Augusta. But the man who chauffeured James Brown around for the past 15 years wasn't about to let him miss his last appearance.

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Deputies bust meth lab in upscale Evans home

Updated: 01/03/2007 - Riverwood Plantation is a fairly new subdivision in Evans. The homes in the neighborhood run up to a million dollars. Neighbors were more than a little surprised when deputies rolled in and busted up a meth lab.

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2007 city budget brings changes to Augusta

Updated: 01/03/2007 - If the grass around town seems to be higher than normal, and if you don't see transit buses running as frequently now, City Administrator Fred Russell says you're feeling the effects of Augusta's budget cuts.

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Inmate with 4 months left may get 10 years for escape attempt

Updated: 01/03/2007 - A Jefferson County inmate broke out of jail this morning, taking off with his wife through Richmond County all the way to Walterboro, South Carolina. Now the sheriff is making some changes to keep this from happening again.

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Betty Beard named Mayor Pro Tem

Posted: 01/03/2007 - Betty Beard, the only woman on the board, got 6 votes on the first round of voting, ousting Williams from the position he's held for two years and wanted for a third.

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Graniteville 2-year anniversary plans announced

Posted: 01/03/2007 - It's been almost two years since the deadly chlorine spill in Graniteville that left nine people dead. Church leaders are now announcing the plans for the two year anniversary of that tragic day.

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Local Update - January 3, 2007

Posted: 01/03/2007 - Jefferson County inmate escapes; Columbia County meth bust; armed robbers escape after shooting clerk; Thomson man to be charged with feticide; Commission elects first female pro tem; Copenhaver sworn in.

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Local Update - January 2, 2007

Posted: 01/03/2007 - Augusta store clerk shot in armed robbery; 7-year-old recovering after hit and run; a dozen drunk driving arrests New Year's Eve; Fort Gordon honors President Ford; New Year brings new laws.

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