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Meth On The Rise

Updated: 10/03/2005 - In Columbia County, there have been three meth lab busts this year, and there will be more. A dangerous drug is readily available in Columbia County.

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Less Field Trips for Columbia County

Updated: 09/30/2005 - The return of the gas tax could hurt more than your wallet. The soaring gas prices may threaten field trips and bus routes in Columbia County.

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Dragstrip Drama

Updated: 06/07/2006 - "This is a very quiet neighborhood late at night, especially traffic is very thin," says Carl Walker. And Carl Walker wants it to stay that way. After living on Horseshoe Road for 69 years, the thought of a drag racing facility just yards from his house, leaves him not too happy.

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Hurricane Katrina Survivor

Updated: 09/30/2005 - He was trapped in his attic for 18 days after Hurricane Katrina, temperatures reaching nearly 125 degrees and a gallon of water quickly running out. Now living in Augusta with his son and his family, 76 year old Gerald Martin is alive to tell about it. It's a survivor's story you'll see only on 12.

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New Sex Offender Law Proposed in GA

Updated: 06/21/2006 - House majority leader Jerry Keen wants sex offenders out. The St. Simon Island Republican is proposing stiff penalties on sex offenders in the state of Georgia, hoping to become one of the strictest in the nation. News 12's Diane Cho is on your side to see how the proposed new law will effect our neighbors in South Carolina.

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Aiken Center For The Arts Expands

Updated: 09/30/2005 - The Aiken Center for the Arts has almost doubled in size. The new renovations mean more classes and more performances for the community. The Center's Executive Director Kristin Brown is excited to show off her new space.

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In Good Faith

Updated: 09/30/2005 - A new program will re-imburse churches and other religious groups for helping with the hurricane relief effort. News 12's Kate Tillotson is on your side with how FEMA is thanking you for your donations.

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Goodbye Guzzlers

Updated: 09/30/2005 - As record fuel prices continue to burden drivers, some are turning to alternate modes of transportation. News 12's Kate Tillotson is on your side with why you should soon be seeing more scooters on the streets.

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SPLOST Spending

Updated: 09/30/2005 - "We're gonna be spending out these dollars we got," says City Administrator Fred Russell. Russell says taxpayers can rest assured that all the money from the first four phases of SPLOST is being spent.

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Jewelry Heist At Windsor Jewelers

Updated: 10/18/2005 - It takes less than two minutes for a jewelry heist like the one at Windsor Jewelers. Yesterday, three men stole nearly a million dollars in jewelry as the vendor was preparing to take the merchandise into the store.

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New Literacy Center Opens

Updated: 09/29/2005 - 1 out of 3 parents in Georgia has a reading related difficulty. It could be as simple as reading a note your child brings home from school. We're on your side with as closer look at the problem and how there's help right here at home.

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Gold Cup Winning Over New Polo Fans

Updated: 09/29/2005 - The final round of the Gold Cup Polo Tournament starts today and forget stereotypes when you look into the stands. The event is popularizing polo in Aiken. In Howard Parker's 46 years this is only the second polo game he's been too and already he's hooked.

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Speeders Beware: Columbia County is Cracking Down

Updated: 09/28/2005 - It's time to take the pedal off the metal. Police want speeders to slow down, especially in construction zones. Deputy Steven Leathers is after speeders, and he means business.

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Jewelry Vendors Robbed

Updated: 09/28/2005 - Investigators are still piecing together what happened around 10 o’clock Wednesday morning. Two jewelry vendors in town from California in this SUV were making their rounds to stores in Augusta.

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Prison Clean-Up Crew Finds Guns

Updated: 09/28/2005 - They were state inmates working as part of a clean-up crew in Augusta, and what they found could have been dangerous. News 12 is on your side to show you what they found and what officers are saying about how the guns got there.

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New Family Y in Columbia County

Updated: 09/28/2005 - Columbia County residents say they need a Family Y closer to them and the Board of Directors agrees. What impact will a new Family Y have on the newly renovated multi-million dollar facility in Richmond County?

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Augusta Mayor Candidates Debate Issues

Updated: 06/07/2006 - There was a packed house as all four candidates for Augusta mayor met for a debate. There were lots of questions from the audience. But perhaps the biggest question of all…where are you going to sit?

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Garbage Costs Could Rise

Updated: 09/27/2005 - Changes are coming to Columbia County’s trash collection, and they will cost you. The landfill near Columbia Road is almost full, and when it is, companies will have to dump the trash somewhere else.

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DNA Testing Slows Answers

Updated: 09/27/2005 - The case of a body found in the woods on Saturday takes a turn. On Tuesday, Edgefield County took over the investigation. News 12 explains why this change may leave families waiting much longer for answers.

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Ed Tarver Sworn In

Updated: 09/27/2005 - Georgia officially has a new state senator. Attorney Ed Tarver was sworn in earlier today in Augusta. News 12 is on your side to tell you what Senator Tarver plans to do while in office.

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Ending Cycle of Domestic Violence in SC

Updated: 09/27/2005 - A violent statistic just announced for South Carolina…South Carolina ranks sixth when it comes to women murdered by men. News 12 is on your side showing you ways organizations are trying to lower domestic violence in South Carolina.

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Open Seat on Richmond Co. Board of Education

Updated: 09/27/2005 - There’s an open seat on the Richmond County School Board and three people want to fill it. Johnny Hatney’s qualified to run for the Augusta Commission, and now someone has to fill the remainder of his term for super district 9.

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Free Daycare at Dayspring

Updated: 01/11/2007 - The rising gas prices are hurting more than your pocketbook. Governor Sonny Perdue cancelled class Monday and Tuesday to save on rising diesel fuel costs. Now children are home and some parents are in a bind.

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Evacuees' Funds Running Out

Updated: 09/26/2005 - As floodwater in the Gulf Coast begins to dry up, so too are funds from FEMA and the Red Cross that have helped evacuees in Augusta get back on their feet. Now that the vouchers have been used, News 12 shows you where the evacuees are turning for help.

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Ballet Battle

Updated: 09/27/2005 - It’s a dancing duel. The Augusta Ballet’s number one source of revenue, the Nutcracker Ballet, faces some competition this year. News 12 is on your side with why local dancers are not delighted.

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