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Commissioners and Mayor appear in Court

Updated: 06/07/2006 - It was a pretty quick day in court. Woody Merry, the mayor and eight of the commissioners were present. Both sides had thirty minutes to present their case.

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I-20 Shift Next Thursday

Posted: 02/16/2006 - In just a few days the way you travel on Interstate-20 will change. News 12 is on your side with what you need to know about this change to the way you drive.

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Driver Killed In Police Chase

Posted: 02/16/2006 - It’s a story you’ll see only on 12, a driver is dead after a jewelry thief hits him while running from police. The suspected jewel thief is in jail Thursday night, thanks to two citizens who helped authorities capture him.

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School Board Member Criticizes Superintendent's Contract

Posted: 02/16/2006 - Most contracts have a start and end date, but some are saying Dr. Larke's does not. A.K. Hasan has been a board member for just two months, but already he's making a lot of noise criticizing the terms in the superintendent's contract.

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Commissioners Prepare for Upcoming Court Case

Updated: 06/07/2006 - It started with a lawsuit against one commissioner, now they’re all involved. A judge is set to decide whether they have the right to abstain from critical votes. News 12 has a preview of this case.

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New Augusta Hospital Fills Niche

Updated: 01/11/2007 - It may seem like Augusta doesn’t need another hospital, but a new one is coming to town. And there is a need for a Select Specialty Hospital. It will be located along Walton Way near 15th Street.

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Online Fraud Possible in Columbia County

Posted: 02/15/2006 - Fraud in Columbia County, that's what some parents in the school system fear could happen with the new calendar survey. News 12 is on your side with why some feel the results can be skewed.

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Child Trapped in South Augusta House Fire

Posted: 02/15/2006 - Scary moments for an Augusta neighborhood when a house caught fire with four children inside. It happened Wednesday morning at 3212 Collier Road. Three of the children were able to get out of the house, but a four-year-old was trapped inside.

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String of Murders in the CSRA Have Common Link

Posted: 02/15/2006 - Already this year we’ve seen a handful of murders committed, and three of those were in Richmond County. News 12 is on your side with a closer look at what the trend says about your safety.

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Commissioners Look for a Solution to Olive Road Overpass

Updated: 06/07/2006 - Two weeks after a deadly accident, the Olive Road overpass remains closed. News 12 is on your side to explain why some say it needs to be reopened and why others hope it stays closed for good.

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Hurricane Evacuee Finds Permanent Home

Posted: 02/14/2006 - Nearly all of the Hurricane Katrina evacuees that were in local hotels have now checked out of their rooms. Many of them have chosen to make Augusta their permanent home as they rebuild their lives in the CSRA.

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St. Joseph Hospital Meets to Determine Fate

Posted: 02/14/2006 - The fate of St. Joseph hospital is up in the air. The hospital was having financial trouble, and the company that originally agreed to buy it backed out yesterday morning.

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Health Risks Could Change Your Real Age

Posted: 02/14/2006 - How old are you really? That depends on what you’re doing, and we’re not just talking about smoking, diet and exercise. We’re using real life patients to show how making simple changes could save your life.

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Man Shot to Death in South Augusta Apartment Complex

Posted: 02/14/2006 - The first call came in to 9-1-1 just before one o’clock Tuesday morning. Two men were shot at the Dogwood Terrace Apartments near 2nd and 3rd Avenues. News 12 reports from an area that many say is patrolled 24/7.

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Giving Life Through Organ Donation

Posted: 02/14/2006 - Giving the gift of life this Valentine’s Day, now that 18 people die each day on the national organ donor waiting list. Organ donation is certainly something to consider and there are some loopholes in the system.

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The Deal is Off For St. Joseph

Posted: 02/14/2006 - The deal is off for the St. Joseph Hospital. That news came as a complete surprise to Ascension Health, owners of the hospital. And the timing of this was particularly painful because the announcement came down hours before a scheduled public hearing on the sale.

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Hydrogen Lab Opens in Aiken County

Posted: 02/13/2006 - It was the grand opening of a state of the art research facility in Aiken County Monday morning. Businesses and government leaders say it marks the future of automobiles in this country. News 12 takes you to the big unveiling.

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Some Neighbors See I-20 Construction as Progress

Posted: 02/13/2006 - How would you like an interstate in your back yard? That’s what some neighbors along I-20 are experiencing. But everyone isn’t against the construction. Some see it as progress.

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Attorney General Fighting for Domestic Abuse Victims

Posted: 02/13/2006 - A murder in Graniteville and deputies say it stemmed from domestic violence. News 12 is on your side with how the state is working to better represent victims of this crime.

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Woman Murdered in Graniteville

Posted: 02/10/2006 - An Aiken County woman is dead after deputies say her ex-boyfriend shot her twice with a shotgun outside an apartment complex. That's at 401 Kalmia Apartment Drive, right near Canal Street in Graniteville.

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Confusing Street Addresses Creates Problems

Posted: 02/10/2006 - A home street address number, we all have one. But what if you and your next door neighbor’s addresses are different by a couple hundred numbers? It is happening in Aiken County.

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Commission Set to Discuss Controversy Over City Raises

Updated: 06/07/2006 - Thursday local radio host Ryan B. obtained financial documents he says show Mr. Russell used taxpayer money to give pay raises to certain elected officials without the commission’s approval. City Administrator Fred Russell says it may have been a misunderstanding.

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Proposed Deadly Force Bill in SC

Posted: 02/10/2006 - A South Carolina bill would make deadly force legal when defending private property. The bill, now headed to the senate, has some homeowners more at ease when a decision has to be made about defending their property without the fear of prosecution.

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