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Rash of Richmond County robberies targeting medications

Posted: 04/14/2006 - A string of break-ins in Richmond County have a common thread, as several women are robbed of their medicines. Crime Team 12's Kate Tillotson spoke with two victims about the break-ins and their losses.

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Columbia County needs improvement input

Updated: 06/07/2006 - You could get a chance to make decisions on where your tax dollars are going. Columbia County plans to spend millions of dollars on improvements, ranging from public safety to road projects.

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James Brown Music Festival scaled down

Updated: 06/07/2006 - Thursday, James Brown Music Festival organizer Charles "Champ" Walker, Jr. met with the city administrator to answer some of the questions about the festival. By all accounts, it was a pretty positive meeting.

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Thursday: Amy Walden trial, Day 3

Posted: 04/13/2006 - Do former inmates make good witnesses? That's the focus of Thursday's testimony in the Amy Walden murder trial in Burke County.

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Local teachers look forward to smaller class sizes

Posted: 04/13/2006 - Georgia parents can expect to see smaller class sizes when school starts again in August. Governor Sonny Perdue signed HB 1358, his "Truth in Class Size Act", Wednesday.

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Lane closure on Scott Nixon

Updated: 04/14/2006 - The Georgia Department of Transportation announces that from Tuesday to Thursday (April 18-20) from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., the right, eastbound lane of Scott Nixon Memorial Drive will be closed for utility relocations.

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Merry appeals Overstreet's abstention ruling

Updated: 06/07/2006 - Augusta government watchdog Woody Merry and his attorney Joe Neal have announced they'll try again. "We're going to give one hell of shot. We're going to Atlanta. I'm going to argue this in front of the Supreme Court," said Neal.

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Wednesday: Amy Walden trial, day 2

Posted: 04/12/2006 - Today was the second day of testimony in Amy Walden's murder trial. She's accused of killing her husband, Clint, and hiding his body in their home for three days.

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City of Aiken plans new Wal-Mart

Posted: 04/12/2006 - Tuesday night the Aiken Planning Commission approved plans for a new Wal-Mart. The Wal-Mart store will be located at the intersection of Richland Avenue and University Parkway.

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GA governor signs bill reducing class sizes

Posted: 04/12/2006 - In Georgia, students may soon not have as many neighbors in class. Governor Sonny Perdue signed the Truth in Class Size bill Wednesday.

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SC governor signs bill moving back school start date

Posted: 04/12/2006 - Today, South Carolina governor Mark Sanford signed a bill to move back the school start date across the state. Under the bill, the window for the start of school is no earlier than the third Monday in August.

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Greenjackets rise, Lynx fall?

Posted: 04/12/2006 - It's a tale of two teams, both trying to gain sponsors and spectators. For one, the season is winding down, the future uncertain. For the other, it's all just beginning.

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High gas prices curb local cab drivers' profits

Posted: 04/11/2006 - The temperature is rising...and so are the gas prices. Local cab drivers say high gas prices are cutting into their profits and making it hard for them to operate.

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Tuesday: Amy Walden trial, Day 1

Posted: 04/11/2006 - The Burke County woman accused of killing her husband faces a judge Tuesday. Back in August of 2004, police say Amy Walden killed Clint Walden, then concealed his death, hiding it from family for at least three days.

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Negotiations for sale of St. Joseph to begin

Posted: 04/11/2006 - A spokeswoman says Ascension Health, which owns St. Joseph, notified a for-profit company Tuesday that they'll start negotiations. Elaine Comeau said Ascension had 3 offers from companies, and chose one.

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Merry files appeal over abstention ruling

Updated: 06/07/2006 - Woody Merry and his attorney Joe Neal have filed an appeal to the Georgia Supreme Court. They say Judge Carlisle Overstreet's ruling last month has not brought about the change they expected.

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North Augusta celebrates centennial

Updated: 04/11/2006 - South Carolina's beautiful riverfront city is turning 100. Today the city dedicated a new historic marker explaining the history of North Augusta, which was chartered in 1906, and buried a time capsule in Calhoun Park.

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Cal Ripken visits Augusta

Posted: 04/11/2006 - Baseball great Cal Ripken, Jr. was in Augusta Tuesday for the Greenjackets opener that night. Cal Ripken Baseball purchased the Greenjackets last year. Cal was in town to start the home baseball season by throwing the ceremonial first pitch at the Greenjackets game.

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