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South Carolina's New Seat Belt Law

Posted: 12/08/2005 - Right now, officers can only write a seatbelt violation ticket if you are pulled over for something else first. At midnight, they can pull you over for simply not buckling up. News 12 has more on what this law might do for everyone.

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Only On 12: Charles Walker Speaks Out

Updated: 12/09/2005 - Former State Senator Charles Walker has exactly a week to report to federal prison. On Thursday morning, he only spoke to radio personalities on WAAW-Rejoice 94.7. News 12 was the only television station invited it sit in.

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Vandalized Cemetary

Updated: 12/08/2005 - You often wonder how safe your house is from vandals, but what about other property like parks and cemeteries? It’s nearly 200 years old, the Coleman Leigh Warren Cemetery off of Washington and Oakdale Roads near the National Hills shopping center.

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Who Is Deke Copenhaver?

Updated: 12/07/2005 - He may not have a vote, but he has lots of responsibility as mayor of Georgia’s second largest city. Deke Copenhaver got plenty of citywide support from voters, but many still don’t know much about him.

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New Faces on the Augusta Commission

Updated: 06/07/2006 - They are the 11 men and women elected to represent the voice of thousands in Augusta but starting in weeks, the face of the Augusta commission will change. These five including the mayor will not be back next year, being replaced with five new faces.

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Arraignment Delayed

Updated: 12/07/2005 - A family emergency with a defense attorney pushes back the arraignment for two former Greenbrier High School football players. These are the events that led up to the charges.

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Churches Closed for Christmas

Posted: 12/07/2005 - Christmas, it’s the day Christians around the world celebrate the birth of Christ. This year, it falls on a Sunday and some local pastors say they’re canceling services. News 12 is on your side with a look at the Christmas Day debate.

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PTA Mom Accused of Stealing Money

Updated: 12/07/2005 - The former PTA president at Glenn Hills Middle School remains in jail Wednesday night charged with theft by taking, a felony. It’s an investigation that spans back a year ago when money went missing from the association’s pot...

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Neighbors React to Greenbrier Arraignment

Updated: 06/21/2006 - Two Greenbrier students arrested on multiple sex charges are scheduled to head back to court on Wednesday. That’s where Reginald Rice and Shaddrick Harris will enter their pleas. News 12 talked to their neighbors about their feelings on the charges.

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Run-Offs Nothing New To Augusta

Updated: 12/06/2005 - Tuesday’s runoff is nothing new. This makes three Augusta mayoral races that have ended in a runoff. News 12 takes a look back to see if today’s race will follow the trend.

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New Plan to Reduce Accidents

Updated: 12/05/2005 - Accidents and congestion are moving into Columbia County along with a 1,500-acre development. And some worry things will get even worse when a new development moves in near Greenbrier High. News 12 is on your side with Columbia County’s plans to make the roads safer.

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Last Minute Political Controversy

Updated: 12/05/2005 - On Tuesday Augusta voters will choose between Deke Copenhaver and Willie Mays for mayor. Now, both candidates’ names are in the middle of what some are calling last minute dirty politics. News 12 is here to explain.

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Sanford To Tighten Eminent Domain Laws

Posted: 12/05/2005 - South Carolina’s governor was in Aiken on Monday promoting a plan he says will protect your property. It is a response to a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling on eminent domain. News 12 investigates Governor Sanford’s plan.

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String of Recent Robberies

Updated: 12/05/2005 - The Waffle House, Dollar General and Best Western have all been victims of armed robberies today. News 12 is on your side with a look at how police are tackling these dangerous holdups.

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Salvation Army Looking for Donations

Updated: 12/05/2005 - Last year the Salvation Army raised $200,000, and that’s just here in the CSRA. But so far, the nickels and dimes aren’t adding up like they should and the non-profit organization is digging for more donations.

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Animal Services Investigating Starving Horses

Updated: 12/05/2005 - Some folks in Hephzibah are worried a neighbor isn’t feeding his horses. In fact, they say the horses have gone ten days without food. The Department of Animal Services is on the case examining the health of these horses.

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Weekend DUI Checkpoints

Updated: 12/05/2005 - A road check at Flowing Wells and Wheeler Road sent twenty-four to jail over the weekend, one person for every officer out there. News 12 is on your side with how police hope these checks will cut down on drunk driving.

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Phone Scam Here for the

Updated: 12/05/2005 - A new scam is here just in time for the holidays. Some callers can trick your caller ID into thinking they are your bank or credit card company. And that could put crooks one step closer to getting your personal information.

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Comcast Cable Rate Hike

Updated: 12/02/2005 - If you’re a Comcast cable customer, your bill is going up. News 12 is on your side with how much you can expect to pay and what your options are.

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Aiken Sunday Alcohol Sales End

Posted: 12/02/2005 - Alcohol sales in Aiken stores dry up this Sunday. And that could mean cash stops flowing, too. News 12 talked with business owners to see if they think this will hurt their registers.

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Voting Rally at Paine College

Updated: 12/02/2005 - Only three days left until Augusta voters head to the polls to elect a new mayor. News 12 is on your side to show you how people at Paine College are rallying support to get students to vote.

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Latest in North Augusta Manhunt

Updated: 12/02/2005 - New information in a North Augusta murder investigation as police release pictures of the car stolen by the suspect during his spree. Earlier this week we found out what the killer looks like and now we are finding out the make a model of the car he stole.

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Voter ID Bill Concerns

Updated: 12/02/2005 - Whether she said it or not, the comments have energized African American voters in Augusta. Lots of people turned out at Antioch Baptist Church to express concerns about the voter ID bill and the comments attributed to State Representative Sue Burmeister.

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Identity Theft Threatens Church

Updated: 12/02/2005 - An Augusta church worries about identity theft. More than 150 donations from the offering plate are missing. News 12 is on your side with why thieves are after more than your money when they steal your checks.

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Is A Tree By Any Other Name As Sweet?

Updated: 12/01/2005 - What’s in a name? A lot when it comes to a Christmas tree. And while the debate on what to call it is lighting up in big cities like Washington D.C. and Boston, News 12 found a so-called holiday tree in Augusta.

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