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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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Edgefield Co. Murder Suspect Commits Suicide In Jail

Posted: 02/22/2006 - Maurice Wilson was found barely breathing at the Edgefield Jail Tuesday afternoon. He’s the man charged with killing his wife, Gwendolyn Denise Wilson late Sunday night.

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Consolidation in Columbia County is Off

Updated: 01/10/2007 - One county, one government. The struggle for consolidation in Columbia County comes to an end for now. State lawmakers will keep consolidation off the ballot this November.

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Dumb and Dangerous Driving - February 21, 2006

Updated: 01/08/2007 - It’s one of life’s biggest frustrations, bad drivers. Don’t you wish you had a camera to catch that person who cut you off last week, or those speeders who keep terrorizing your neighborhood? News 12 set out to do just that.

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Investigators Say They Have Serial Rapist in Custody

Posted: 02/21/2006 - Investigators say they have a serial rapist in custody. Today a Richmond County grand jury indicted Michael Christian Clay on five different rapes. One of the victims still in the hospital is expected to remain in a coma for the rest of her life.

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Mother Warned Daughter About Marrying Man

Posted: 02/21/2006 - A mother says she warned her daughter about staying with the man who may have killed her. Maurice Wilson is in the Edgefield County Jail on charges he stabbed his wife while her two children watched. News 12 has the latest from Edgefield.

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Battling Heart Disease One Meal At A Time

Posted: 02/20/2006 - February is American Heart Month and News 12 has more on one hospital’s pitch to eat better meals. Healthier eating starts in the kitchen. And now there’s a new menu program starting up that hopes to help you make better choices eating out.

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Two Cases of Hospital I.D. Fraud In Last Month

Posted: 02/20/2006 - In the last month two people have found themselves the victims of ID fraud at local hospitals. As News 12 reports, now investigators need your help arresting the scammers.

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How to Spot a Fake Officer

Posted: 02/20/2006 - If an unmarked deputy car pulls you over late at night, how do you know it's a real officer? That question has people talking after an Augusta woman was pulled over by an impostor Friday night.

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Confusion over Burning

Updated: 02/17/2006 - Fires blazing out of control, smoke polluting the air, those are common worries that come along with open burning. But it's causing an unusual and unexpected hazard this week.

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Woman Sentanced To Pick Up Road Kill

Posted: 02/17/2006 - It’s an unusual sentence for the woman who killed and mutilated an Aiken County bull. As News 12 reports, the bull’s owner doesn’t think her punishment fits the crime.

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Augusta Is In the Middle of Nearly 40 Lawsuits

Updated: 06/07/2006 - You may already know government watchdog Woody Merry is suing the Augusta’s government. But he’s not the only one. The city of Augusta is in the middle of over 30 pending lawsuits. News 12 has the story.

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Parts of Sumter National Forest Could Be Sold

Posted: 02/17/2006 - It’s a popular spot for mountain bikers, hikers, hunters and fishers in the area: Sumter National Forest. But if President Bush’s budget for 2007 passes the way it is, almost 5,000 acres of Sumter and other federal land in South Carolina would be sold.

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