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BREAKING NEWS: Body found in trash

Updated: 02/27/2006 - In a developing story out of downtown Augusta, investigators are looking into the discovery of a body in a garbage can behind a business off Broad Street. The body of a white male was found late this morning at 516 Broad Street, behind William Murrell and Associates, a local limo service.

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Aiken armed robbery

Posted: 02/27/2006 - Aiken County sheriff's deputies are searching for two men who robbed the Breaker's convenience store on Trolley Road in Aiken late Saturday night.

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Augusta shooting

Posted: 02/27/2006 - A lot of unanswered questions linger after an Augusta man was shot and killed.

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Walker restitution

Posted: 02/27/2006 - A federal judge has declined former senator Charles Walker's plan to pay nearly $800,000 in restitution.

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Columbia County school schedule

Updated: 01/11/2007 - The voting is now over for parents in Columbia County to choose the new school calendar date.

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Avondale Mills Fire

Updated: 02/27/2006 - It happened around 7 o'clock Friday night... A small fire in a dust filtration tunnel at Avondale Mills. Officials say sparks must have ignited some cotton in that tunnel, causing circles of smoke and even more - an evacuation. News 12's Kate Tillotson was on the scene.

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Fatal bike wreck

Updated: 02/27/2006 - A motorcyclist dead... Traffic at a standstill for hours. It happened Thursday night when a Fort Gordon soldier, just home from a tour in Iraq, crashed into a guardrail.

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Painkiller overdose

Posted: 02/27/2006 - We now know the names of the four people killed in Aiken County after overdosing on pain medication.

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Food/drug interactions can be deadly

Posted: 02/24/2006 - Before you drink that next glass of milk or grapefruit juice--or even have dinner tonight--you should know there are some things that just don't mix with your medicines. Tonight, my special assignment: dangerous and deadly food and drug combinations.

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Olive Road Reopening

Posted: 02/24/2006 - After a deadly accident three weeks ago, part of Olive Road remains closed.

But discussion about it reopening continues.

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Different views of consolidation

Updated: 06/07/2006 - It's a project that's supposed to bring the county together. Some lawmakers say uniting Columbia County under one government won't happen this year. Others say maybe it will. News 12 is on your side with some possible reasons for the confusion, and what it can all mean for your bank account.

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Investigating drunk teenagers

Updated: 02/24/2006 - Two teenagers, drunk and possibly on drugs. One lying on a kitchen floor, the other passed out in his bed at home. What do they have in common? According to a police report obtained by News 12---both were at the Martinez home of a man now serving time in federal prison.

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Computers help track what children eat

Updated: 01/11/2007 - Chances are you aren't around when your child's eating lunch at school. That can pose a problem if they're allergic to certain foods or they need to back off the brownies. News 12's Meredith Taylor is on your side with the Richmond County school district's solution.

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Homeowners Rally Against Proposed Dragstrip

Updated: 06/07/2006 - Nearly a hundred South Augusta homeowners gathered Thursday night to protest the possible building of a drag racing facility in the area.

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Grant Makes SC School Buses Cleaner

Posted: 02/23/2006 - The Environmental Protection Agency has awarded its largest grant to South Carolina schools. The money will be used to make the state's school buses more environmentally friendly.

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Dr. Larke Responds to Contract Controversy

Posted: 02/23/2006 - Richmond County school board member A.K. Hasan says he is looking out for the system and that is why he wants Superintendent Charles Larke’s contract to end in 2008 instead of him possibly getting a one-year extension if he gets a satisfactory review.

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Hunger Study

Posted: 02/23/2006 - Hunger in America 2006 is the largest study of domestic hunger ever conducted. Commissioned by America’s Second Harvest – The Nation’s Food Bank Network and conducted by the professional polling firm Mathematica, this study pulled together information from 52,000 clients and more than 30,000 agencies served by member food banks, such as Golden Harvest Food Bank.

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Commissioners Discuss Olive Road Overpass

Updated: 06/07/2006 - Augusta Commissioners discuss what to do about the Olive Road Overpass, which has been the site of many accidents, including one fatal one.

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Armed Robbery Suspect Wanted, Identity Released

Posted: 02/22/2006 - Richmond County investigators think they know who is responsible for a string of armed robberies in the CSRA. The latest happened in Waynesboro at the Dollar General Store. Waynesboro Police believe Terry Carter, Jr. is the man behind these thefts.

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Dumb and Dangerous Driving - February 22, 2006

Updated: 01/08/2007 - Bad driving doesn’t just happen when your car is moving. Cars parked in the wrong space can also create big backups. Take a look at the Dumb and Dangerous Driving and parking we caught on camera.

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Railroad Crossings Closed for Rehabilitation

Posted: 02/22/2006 - They may cause a bit of a hold-up if you don’t know about them. Railroad crossings closed because ties are being replaced in Richmond and Columbia Counties. News 12 is on your side with why the old ones won’t work.

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Local Churches Continue Rebuilding Gulf Coast

Posted: 02/22/2006 - More than six months after Hurricane Katrina hit, there are still years of cleanup and rebuilding ahead. Local churches are making it their mission to help out all year. News 12 tells you how the Savannah River region is helping in the Gulf Coast.

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