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Laurie Ott interviews Linda Schrenko

Updated: 02/01/2007 - Details on what she knew about a scheme to steal from Georgia schoolchildren for her campaign, and when she knew it. Linda Schrenko sits down with News 12's Laurie Ott, and tells her the whole story.

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Commissioners tour District 4

Posted: 07/14/2006 - Augusta commissioners were back on the bus for one last time today. They spent the afternoon touring District 4, and News 12's Jonathan Martin was on board.

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British couple marries at Laurel and Hardy Museum

Posted: 07/14/2006 - Here's a story you don't see everyday. An England couple is saying "I do" in a very unique fashion. News 12 went to Harlem, where the nuptials are "Laurel and Hardy" style.

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Former councilman charged with sex crimes granted bond

Posted: 07/14/2006 - Normally in cases involving sex crimes, we don't release the names of the victims. But in this case, 23-year-old Kari Cook says she wants the public to know just how dangerous she says William Ferrara really is...

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Downs to be executed for the murder of Keenan O'Mailia

Posted: 07/14/2006 - Today, Junior Downs will be put to death in Columbia for the murder of Keenan O'Mailia. The crime that got him here was a brutal rape and murder that stunned the small city of North Augusta.

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Junior Downs to be executed

Updated: 07/14/2006 - William "Junior" Downs confessed to raping and killing two little boys, and Friday, July 14, two mothers will know for sure that he'll never do it again. It's the day the two families have been waiting for.

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Commissioners call meeting, don't show up

Posted: 07/13/2006 - Claims of discrimination and harassment have swirled around Augusta's Recreation and Parks Department for years. Today, commissioners scheduled a meeting to hear from employees making the claims.

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Meth lab discovered next door to day care

Posted: 07/13/2006 - Richmond County investigators shut down another working meth lab last night at 3105 Mike Padgett Highway. In the end two people were arrested, and a child is in protective custody...while a neighboring daycare never knew the danger.

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Linda Schrenko sentenced

Updated: 02/01/2007 - Eight years in prison and nearly half a million dollars in restitution...those are the orders of a federal judge for former state school superintendent Linda Schrenko.

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Some Augusta departments turned in budget cut plan early

Posted: 07/13/2006 - Augusta department heads have just two more days to tell the city administrator how they plan to cut their budgets by 15 percent. Here's a look at some proposals that have already been submitted.

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Aiken Planning Commission says no to Sam's Club

Posted: 07/13/2006 - The City of Aiken's Planning Commission voted unanimously against letting Sam's Club develop land in the area because so many people came out against it.

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Sex offender arrested for not moving to comply with new law

Posted: 07/13/2006 - Part of Georgia's new sex offender law is still in effect, and that is the distance a sex offender can live from a church. Since the new law went into effect July 1, Richmond County has already arrested one person who failed to comply.

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Construction delayed on new Columbia Co. middle school

Posted: 07/13/2006 - A construction delay in the new Columbia County middle school means another year of overcrowding for many students. The original bid didn't fit the budget, so they're looking for a better deal and pushing the deadline back to August 2008.

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Schrenko sentenced

Updated: 02/01/2007 - Linda Schrenko led Georgia schools as superintendent for eight years...and now, as part of her plea deal, it's exactly how long she'll spend behind bars for her crimes.

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Voter ID law big topic at NAACP meeting

Posted: 07/12/2006 - A voter ID law is stirring up controversy around the state, and soon the debate may go national. With Georgia's primary just a week away, the NAACP met with some local candidates, hoping to find a solution to a political problem.

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Warren Road residents angry over construction inconsistencies

Posted: 07/11/2006 - Neighbors are confronting the city on a construction project long overdue, right off one of Augusta's busiest stretches. When improvement plans left the drawing board, they say they were left out altogether.

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Aiken DPS arrests con man for eighth time in three years

Posted: 07/11/2006 - Aiken Department of Public Safety officers say Neal is such a repeat offender that they know his name by heart. But it seems their hands are tied when it comes to keeping him off the streets and out of your pockets.

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Burned body ruled homicide; no arrests yet

Posted: 07/11/2006 - The body of 28-year-old Isaiah Selman was found Monday afternoon burning in some brush off of Old McDuffie Road. The maintenance man who found him spoke with News 12 about the discovery.

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Target practice at Savannah River has fishermen concerned

Posted: 07/11/2006 - It was target practice...and the targets were floating past the place Rotan usually casts his line. "They had a bunch of guns out there, pistols, high-powered rifles, shotguns...they had it all," he says...

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Investigators say man shot to death, then burned

Posted: 07/11/2006 - Shot to death, and then burned...that's what investigators say happened to one man in south Augusta. The body of 28-year-old Isaiah Randolph Selman II was found Monday, July 10 near a church.

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