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Woman Murdered in Graniteville

Posted: 02/10/2006 - An Aiken County woman is dead after deputies say her ex-boyfriend shot her twice with a shotgun outside an apartment complex. That's at 401 Kalmia Apartment Drive, right near Canal Street in Graniteville.

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Confusing Street Addresses Creates Problems

Posted: 02/10/2006 - A home street address number, we all have one. But what if you and your next door neighbor’s addresses are different by a couple hundred numbers? It is happening in Aiken County.

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Commission Set to Discuss Controversy Over City Raises

Updated: 06/07/2006 - Thursday local radio host Ryan B. obtained financial documents he says show Mr. Russell used taxpayer money to give pay raises to certain elected officials without the commission’s approval. City Administrator Fred Russell says it may have been a misunderstanding.

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Proposed Deadly Force Bill in SC

Posted: 02/10/2006 - A South Carolina bill would make deadly force legal when defending private property. The bill, now headed to the senate, has some homeowners more at ease when a decision has to be made about defending their property without the fear of prosecution.

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Internet Dangers For Your Kids

Updated: 06/21/2006 - We all teach our kids not to talk to strangers. Then we turn around, every day, and let them do it. As you’ll see in this special assignment, like it or not, when your kids are logging on to the Internet they could be logging on to danger.

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Plans To Turn Aiken County Trash Into Fuel

Posted: 02/10/2006 - With the rising cost of gasoline, some say it’s time to turn your trash into fuel. As News 12 reports, plans are in the works in Aiken County to do just that.

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Teachers Say Communication A Problem

Posted: 02/10/2006 - They say communication is key and teachers do it everyday with their students. But why are some saying it's not as easy to do with their administrators? News 12's has more on what is and isn't being talked about.

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Troopers Paid Less Than Other Agency Positions

Posted: 02/10/2006 - A new study shows some of Georgia's troopers are paid thousands less than those outside the peach state. News 12 is on your side with how this could be affecting your safety.

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Students Learn Driving Dangers Early

Posted: 02/09/2006 - After several recent accidents by high school drivers, the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office is starting to reach kids even younger. News 12 finds out why middle school students are already learning about driving dangers.

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3 Drug Busts in Columbia County Schools This Week

Updated: 09/18/2006 - A Greenbrier student is charged with possession of marijuana after a search on campus today. News 12 is on your side with how Columbia County is cracking down on drugs in schools.

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Trial Delayed Again for Substitute Teacher

Posted: 02/09/2006 - Former substitute teacher Billy Cleveland, accused of touching female students, waits patiently for his day in court. And now it appears he’ll have to wait a little bit longer.

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Cancer Survival Rates Up

Posted: 02/09/2006 - The annual number of US cancer deaths has fallen for the first time in more than 70 years. Some of the reasons: smoking is on the decline, early diagnosis and better treatment.

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Blind Spots Cause Backover Dangers

Posted: 02/09/2006 - It can take just a second, but it’s something that would haunt you for your life. We’re talking about backover accidents. Those accidents where a child is run over, often times in their own driveway.

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Pastor Shot Making Plans After Recovery

Posted: 02/09/2006 - Reverend Earl Carter is one of three people shot last year at a Huddle House on Highway 25 in North Augusta. News 12 spends some time with the pastor who doesn’t want to sit for long.

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Aiken Seeing Future of Fuel Now

Posted: 02/08/2006 - The future of fuel is taking off right now in Aiken County. The country’s first alternative fueling facility opened there in 2001 and now a distribution center is about to open. News 12 tells you why fuel made from soybeans is catching on.

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Woody Merry Sues All Commissioners and Mayor

Updated: 06/07/2006 - Woody Merry has expanded his lawsuit to include every commissioner, and the mayor. News 12 has more on how much it’s costing you, the taxpayer.

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Expensive Houses in Columbia County

Posted: 02/08/2006 - One hundred and ten thousand dollars, that's about as cheap as houses get in Columbia County. Compare that to Richmond County, with the cheapest price being twenty thousand.

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Wrens Apartment Complex Fears They May be Homeless

Updated: 02/08/2006 - Dozens of families in an apartment complex in Wrens may be homeless in a month. They got eviction notices Monday saying they have to move out in 30 days. News 12 is on your side with a closer look at why they’re being tossed out.

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STOPPED Program Helps Keep Teen Drivers Safe

Posted: 02/07/2006 - There have been several recent wrecks around town and many of them were deadly. News 12 shows you a growing program in Columbia County hoping to stop teen wrecks.

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Radio Wars: Two Radio Talk Hosts Square Off

Posted: 02/07/2006 - It’s no secret that the two radio hosts have bickered over the airwaves. So what’s the problem? News 12 sat down with both sides in a special assignment.

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Thousands Attend Coretta Scott King's Funeral

Posted: 02/07/2006 - You often hear funerals being called homegoing celebrations and whether you were watching on TV, listening on the radio or there in person, you would agree that the service for Coretta Scott King was indeed that, a celebration.

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Hospital Securtity Protects Newborns From Kidnapping

Posted: 02/07/2006 - Monday on News 12 we told you about an Amber Alert for a newborn baby in Macon. The 3-day-old baby boy was taken right out of his mom’s room. The newborn is safe with his mother now, but there are worries about nursery safety.

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2 Elderly Women are Victims of Purse Snatching

Posted: 02/07/2006 - Imagine someone following you home and then robbing you in your own driveway. That’s just what happened to two elderly women in Augusta, and the suspect is still on the loose. News 12 is on your side with what you can do to protect yourself.

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Homeowners Fight Plans to Build Shopping Center

Posted: 02/06/2006 - After an hour of pleading their case before Augusta commissioners, it seemed to be a big win for Randy Sasser and three hundred other West Augusta homeowners. Seemed being the operative word.

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