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A Big Christmas Gift for the Children's Medical Center

Posted: 12/20/2005 - Christmas came early at the Children’s Medical Center. A family who knows what it’s like to spend the holidays at the hospital brought a big gift. It’s a moving van that might as well be Santa’s sleigh. Wagons, bikes, and game pour out for kids at MCG Hospital.

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Scammers Pose as Utility Workers

Updated: 12/20/2005 - Richmond County investigators are stepping up their search for two people posing as power company workers. On Saturday, two separate incidents happened at a house on Bel Air Road and Fleming Drive. And today scammers struck again.

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Salvation Army Toy Shop Helps Families

Posted: 12/20/2005 - Months after hurricanes hit the gulf coast, many families are spending Christmas far away from home. They can barely afford to start over, much less buy gifts for their children. News 12 visits the Salvation Army’s Annual Toy Shop...

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Changes to Airport Security

Updated: 12/20/2005 - The countdown to Christmas has many rushing home for the holidays. And at Augusta Regional Airport, today is one of the busiest travel days of the year. News 12 is on your side with a look at some changes that could affect your travel.

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Power Struggle at Commission Meeting

Updated: 06/07/2006 - It was the last commission meeting of the year and elected officials were taking no holiday. Before three seats change hands, commissioners voted on some controversial issues.

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Fire Debate Continues

Updated: 12/19/2005 - It’s a fight over combining fire departments in Columbia County. The county says one department means equal service. But some think it means less. News 12 is on your side with both sides of the debate, and what this all means for your safety.

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Lane Closures on I-20

Updated: 12/19/2005 - There are traffic backups once again along Interstate 20, all because of construction. So why are the lane closings coming on some of the busiest travel days of the year? News 12 is on your side with some answers.

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Taxpayer Group Supports SC Tax Shift

Posted: 12/19/2005 - Those in favor say you’ll pay fewer taxes. Opponents say it will hurt South Carolina’s schools. On Monday, an Aiken County group announced they support a plan to change how you pay taxes. News 12 is on your side with what this change could mean to you.

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Teen Sex Case Moved To Juvenile Court

Updated: 06/21/2006 - From Crime team 12, the former Greenbrier football star who is charged with sex crimes will be tried out of the public spotlight. Judge Duncan Wheale ruled today the case against Reggie Rice will move to juvenile court. Shadrick Harris' case is also going there.

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New National Hills Tower?

Updated: 12/16/2005 - Neighbors living in National Hills are fighting to keep a towering condominium within its limits. Developers want to build a 14 story building right where National Hills Shopping Center now sits right across from Augusta National. But the neighborhood association says the developers should keep the height of the building within ordinance.

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Investigator: Starbucks Employee Steals Customers' Debit Card

Updated: 12/15/2005 - It’s a cup of coffee turned costly. This morning Richmond County officers arrested Amanda Frazier, a Starbucks employee, for stealing a customer’s debit card and ringing up hundreds of dollars of purchases. 12 is On Your Side with how to protect yourself from credit card theft.

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South Carolina Seatbelt Law

Posted: 12/15/2005 - It’s a rainy day. If you have to be on the road, then be safe. News 12 is on your side checking on the progress of a new law in South Carolina that many say will save lives in any weather.

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Charles Walker Reports to Prison

Updated: 12/15/2005 - On Thursday, Walker reported to federal prison to begin serving his sentence. News 12 followed the Charles Walker trial and sentencing and now tells you what he had to do once he reported to federal prison.

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Church Donations Help in Search for a Killer

Updated: 12/15/2005 - The Reverend considers his story of survival a miracle. News 12 has more on his long road to recovery and how his church is banding together.

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Huddle House Survivor Talks to 12

Updated: 12/15/2005 - Only on 12, Reverend Carter talks for the first time about how he escaped death, not once, but twice. Reverend Carter was on his way to breakfast at the North Augusta Huddle House with friends. But the shots fired that morning changed several lives forever.

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Rally Against Government Reform

Updated: 06/07/2006 - It’s a debate over a power in Augusta’s government. Commissioner Marion Williams called a rally on Wednesday against what he says in an attempt to reform the government. News 12 has more on this story.

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Property Taxes Raised

Updated: 12/14/2005 - Property taxes are going up in Richmond County. News 12 is on your side with what these extra dollars are actually paying for and who this higher millage rate may hurt.

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FBI Arrests Local Man

Updated: 12/14/2005 - Neighbors who knew of Leo Utley say he was a man that kept to himself. But the FBI arrested him early Tuesday morning at his home at 4170B Deans Bridge Road, located in a remote area. It’s a case that involves drugs, conspiracy and murder.

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Holiday Shipping

Updated: 12/14/2005 - Christmas is creeping up on us and is only eleven days away. While you may be worried about shopping for presents, don’t forget, if you need to mail them, you are looking at a deadline. News 12 is at the Post Office in downtown Augusta where time is running out.

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Commission Meeting Wrap Up

Updated: 06/07/2006 - Tuesday was a busy day for the Augusta commission. But after months of discussion including a couple of hours on Tuesday, the 2006 city budget is finally approved. In addition to raises for city workers, the budget calls for a tax increase of 1.09 mills.

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Faith Helps North Augusta Victims

Updated: 12/13/2005 - Three weeks ago a North Augusta gunman shot three and killed one, then took off in a stolen car. There are still no solid leads. But family and friends say the two survivors have already made peace with the gunman.

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Coyotes are a Problem In Aiken County

Updated: 12/13/2005 - This is the hunting season, but it’s always open season on coyotes. The animal migrated into South Carolina years ago and are now a threat to hunters and pet owners. News 12 finds out why Aiken County has such a growing problem.

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Church Plans for Graniteville Anniversary

Updated: 12/13/2005 - It’s a tragedy we will never forget. Nine people died following the Graniteville train derailment and chemical release. Almost one year later, hundreds of survivors still suffer from the chlorine they inhaled. News 12 was there when one church announced plans...

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Food Court Health Inspection Reports

Updated: 12/13/2005 - Thousands of you are heading to the Augusta Mall as the countdown to Christmas begins. But how safe is the food at the mall’s food court? News 12 is on your side with a look at who got high marks and who had serious violations.

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Family Coping with Unsolved Murder

Updated: 12/13/2005 - Police say they’re close to shutting the book on this murder case after learning the description of the suspect and the car. But the Martin family doesn’t feel much progress has been made at all.

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