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Schools Fail No Child Left Behind

Updated: 10/17/2005 - Many Columbia County parents are just finding out some schools did not make the requirements under the federal No Child Left Behind Act last spring. News 12 is on your side with ways they plan to turn things around.

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New Aiken Businesses Bring Jobs

Updated: 10/17/2005 - More than a dozen new and expanding businesses are opening in Aiken in the coming months. And they’re bringing hundreds of jobs along with them. News 12 is on your side with how this is filling a big need.

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Weekend Shooting at Teen Party

Updated: 10/17/2005 - Twenty-four hours after a deadly shooting in Augusta, police are still looking for the person who pulled the trigger. It all started at the Augusta Inn and Conference Center on Stevens Creek Road near I-20.

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Wheelchair Accomodation Problems

Updated: 10/17/2005 - Hundreds of students and their families gathered at North Augusta High School on Saturday for a battle of the bands. It’s the second annual music festival, but one spectator ran into problems again .

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Attendance Policy Exceptions

Updated: 10/14/2005 - In Columbia County, the school attendance policy is a hot topic. The county’s new state-mandated attendance policy for this year allows for only two excused absences. But this short notice is a problem for some families who are planning vacations.

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Middle School Scuffle

Updated: 10/14/2005 - A scuffle at Tubman Middle School leaves one student with a broken arm. But it wasn’t two students. According to one boy, a school employee is the one who broke the student’s arm.

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Showing Support For MOX

Updated: 10/14/2005 - The Savannah River Site is taking on the war on terror. They broke ground Friday for a Mixed Oxide Fuel plant at the site. The only catch, MOX isn’t definitely coming yet.

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Changes for CSRA Classic

Updated: 10/14/2005 - Its founder has been convicted of fraud and conspiracy, but the 13th Annual CSRA Football Classic must go on. It was a minor setback but Classic board members say the charity that provides high school seniors with scholarship money is bouncing back.

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Car Theives Targeting Aiken's Southside

Updated: 10/14/2005 - Aiken neighbors are being targeted by car thieves. One was hit last week and two more Wednesday night. So what can you do to keep them from getting inside your vehicle?

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TIF Meeting in Aiken

Updated: 10/14/2005 - A special meeting in Aiken Thursday night fueled more discussion about Tax Incremental Financing, or TIF. News 12 is on your side with how some people are dogging the developers.

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Inspirational Story of a Caring Canine

Updated: 10/13/2005 - Jennifer Remeta moved past an abusive relationship in a way she never expected. News 12 shows you how a caring canine turned Jennifer’s life around, and what she’s doing to let others know about it.

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Garbage Fee Increase

Updated: 06/07/2006 - When Augusta commissioners voted last month to increase yearly garbage collection fees, it meant those living in urban areas would have to start paying for the service for the first time.

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BOE Fights for Evans Landmark

Updated: 10/13/2005 - In Columbia County, the Board of Education is fighting to save a piece of local history. Evans Middle School is over capacity and the current building will be demolished.

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Signs of Trouble?

Updated: 10/13/2005 - Problems for Charles Hutto began long before he started at the Richmond County Board of Education. The former Richmond County deputy was fired from the sheriff’s office earlier this year after a disciplinary board said he used excessive force in the jail.

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Richmond Co. Deputies and Supplemental Pay

Updated: 10/13/2005 - You may be used to seeing them in their patrol cars, but more and more they’re coming out from behind the wheel. News 12 is on your side with how Richmond County deputies are making up for what they call low pay.

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Richmond County Deputies Looking for a Raise

Updated: 06/07/2006 - It’s been four years since Richmond County employees have gotten a raise, and that includes the men and women who keep the city safe. Dozens of deputies have already resigned to take better paying jobs, and more may be on the way.

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New Middle School to Ease Overcrowding

Updated: 10/12/2005 - Most of the middle schools in Columbia County are at capacity. News 12 is on your side with how a new school may help solve the problem.

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Equine Enforcement

Updated: 10/12/2005 - Mounted patrols from the Carolinas are getting certified this week in Aiken. News 12 is on your side with how this training is keeping you safe.

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Pakistan Relief Effort

Updated: 10/12/2005 - Even though the devastation in Pakistan may seem too far away for many of us to feel the effects, one local doctor is. News 12 is on your side to find out how those in our community were impacted and what their plans are to help.

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Local Pastor Returns From Gulf Coast

Updated: 10/12/2005 - What people have seen happen to their lives and what workers have witnessed trying to help them rebuild after Hurricane Katrina will stay in their minds forever. News 12 is on your side with a message of hope from one local pastor.

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I-20 Construction Project Displaces Some

Updated: 10/12/2005 - There are trees down along Interstate-20, but it’s all part of a master plan to relieve traffic. News 12 is on your side explaining what’s next for a project that will last several years.

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Possible Unemployment for Firefighters

Updated: 10/11/2005 - Fire coverage may be a little more sparse for people in Appling. About 60 volunteer firefighters may lose jobs if North Columbia Fire and Rescue gets eliminated.

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Free Dental Screenings

Updated: 01/11/2007 - Area dentists stopped by several local elementary schools Tuesday to launch a program promoting healthy dental hygiene. The group also offered free dental screenings.

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Some Taxpayers Upset Over Proposed Bond

Updated: 10/11/2005 - It’s a funding feud. A billion dollar development is coming to Aiken County and its developers want it to be funded by something called Tax Increment Funding, or TIF. If TIF doesn’t work out it could end up costing taxpayers a lot of money.

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Robbers Wearing Halloween Masks

Posted: 10/11/2005 - Robbers are taking advantage of Halloween costumes by using them to conceal their identities. It was all too real for one South Augusta family. News 12 is on your side with why the next time you open your door to someone in costume, it may not be as innocent as trick or treat.

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