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5 Under 35: Marcus Matthews

Updated: 11/03/2005 - Great strides in his personal life and professional life. Marcus Matthews fits the mold of a contest recently held by Lounge Magazine, the quest to find 5 Under 35. Five people under 35 years of age making a difference.

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Halloween Patrols

Updated: 11/01/2005 - A ghoulish night and police are on the lookout for safety and those looking to sour Halloween. News 12 is on your side with Monday’s Halloween patrols.

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Early Voting Begins in Augusta

Updated: 10/31/2005 - Monday is the first day of early voting for the November election. News 12 is on your side to show you how advanced polling stations are more convenient for voters, but costing the city a lot more money.

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5 Under 35: Griselda Wilson

Updated: 11/02/2005 - They were picked for their awesomeness. Now, we want you to really get to know them. Lounge Magazine recently held a contest, 5 Under 35, the search for five people in the Augusta area making a difference in their community.

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Unique Habitat for Humanity Build in Aiken County

Updated: 10/31/2005 - Building a home for a family in need. Habitat for Humanity started its latest build this weekend in Aiken County with a twist. News 12 has more from Warrenville.

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Car Wash to Raise Money for Rice and Harris

Updated: 06/21/2006 - Two Greenbrier football stars accused of molestation in a sex case are getting more support. Shad Harris and Reggie Rice bonded out of jail last Tuesday. But on Saturday their supporters showed up in a unique fashion.

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Heater Problems

Posted: 10/28/2005 - As the temperature dip into the 30’s this week, many are turning on their heaters for the first time in months. News 12 is on your side to explain why procrastination could end up costing you more in the future.

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Fort Gordon Remembers Fallen Soldiers

Updated: 10/28/2005 - It’s the ultimate ‘semper fi’ to honor hundreds of Marines and Navy Corpsmen who have been killed in Iraq and Afghanistan. News 12 is with Marines at Fort Gordon who are running around the clock for nearly two weeks.

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GA Power Crews Still Working in Gulf

Updated: 10/28/2005 - Another hurricane strikes, and more power crews are dispatched to Florida. But as News 12 shows us, our local crews are still helping recovery efforts in Mississippi.

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Halloween Rules For Sex Offenders

Updated: 10/07/2009 - South Carolina’s Patrol Board is requiring a curfew for 1,000 of the state’s child sex offenders. State officers will make phone calls and check houses to make sure this happens. News 12 is on your side to find out if a sex-offender curfew will really make trick-or-treating safer.

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Firefighters Fighting for a Raise

Updated: 06/07/2006 - They get 20,000 calls a year and work more than 50, 60, sometimes even 70 hours a week. It’s why they say they’re just as deserving as deputies. News 12 is on your side with why firefighters want a bigger pay raise.

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Candidate Closeup: Willie Mays

Updated: 10/27/2005 - He comes from a family of politicians and serving as mayor of Augusta is something that Willie Mays says he’s wanted to do for a while. And he got a shot at the job earlier than he ever thought.

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Schools File Lawsuits

Updated: 10/27/2005 - Fifty-one Georgia school districts have banded together to sue the state, claiming it’s failing to give education enough funding. News 12 is on your side with why Columbia County chose not to join in the lawsuit and may raise property taxes instead.

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Aiken County's Largest Disaster Drill

Updated: 10/27/2005 - It was a staged disaster, but a very real possibility. News 12 is on your side to show you how emergency officials across the region would keep you safe in this kind of situation.

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News 12 Talks with Judge Wheale

Updated: 10/27/2005 - Judge Duncan Wheale is passionate when it comes to children. That’s one reason he became a judge. And one of his toughest battles yet is getting parents to be more responsible.

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Local Schools Need More Money

Updated: 10/27/2005 - Most of the money it takes to run school programs may soon be coming out of your pocket. And that’s because local schools are not getting enough from the Department of Education. News 12 is on your side with the rising cost of public education.

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Candlelight Vigil in Augusta

Updated: 10/27/2005 - It’s been confirmed that more than 2,000 soldiers have lost their lives in Operation Iraqi Freedom and that figure is stirring up a frenzy of anti-way protests nationwide. News 12 is on your side with how some are remembering those killed in the war.

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News 12 Talks With New Chamber President

Updated: 10/26/2005 - Anyone who’s been downtown knows the area could use some work with empty storefronts along the sidewalk. That’s one of the challenges facing Sue Parr, the new Chamber of Commerce president.

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Candidate Closeup: Deke Copenhaver

Updated: 10/26/2005 - He majored in political science at Augusta State University and has worked in the city for many years. Now at the age of 37, Deke Copenhaver says he’s ready to be mayor.

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Job Fair Attracts Hundreds of People Recently Laid Off

Updated: 10/26/2005 - For many job seekers, it was a chance to rebuild their lives. Hundreds turned out Wednesday for a job fair at the Aiken Mall. As News 12 reports, after thousands of recent lay-offs in Aiken County, Wednesday was a second chance.

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Another Grocery Store Closing in North Augusta

Updated: 10/26/2005 - When the two North Augusta Winn Dixie’s closed, many customers ended up at Food Lion. And now that store will be closing for good. News 12 talked with shoppers who feel they are running out of options that are convenient for them.

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Judge Appalled at Teen Sex Allegations

Updated: 10/25/2005 - Judge Duncan Wheale presided over Tuesday’s bond hearing and at times offered his opinion about what he considers lazy parenting. News 12 was in his courtroom today and has more on all of it.

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Bond Hearing for Rice and Harris

Updated: 06/21/2006 - Two Greenbrier student athletes accused of sex crimes are free on bond tonight. Reggie Rice and Shad Harris both had their first court appearance Tuesday morning in front of a packed courthouse and the flock of supporters.

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Candidate Closeup: Tommy Boyles

Updated: 10/25/2005 - Today we’re getting close-up with Tommy Boyles. He retired several years ago after working for the city for 32 years and recently stepped down from his commission seat to run for mayor.

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Mom's At Home Business Booming

Updated: 10/25/2005 - She started a company from her home so she could be with her son. After six years and lots of hard work, business is booming. News 12 is on your side with how one mom made working at home a success.

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