What was supposed to be a night to honor those battling cancer turned into a different kind of fight that landed one in the hospital and another in jail.
A boil water advisory has been issued for the Beech Island Rural Community Water District after a water main break.
The same decision Angelina Jolie made hits close to home with a lot of women right here in our area.
Law enforcement says the most dangerous drug dealer around could be your medicine cabinet. While marijuana is still the number one drug in Richmond County, prescription drug abuse is making its way to the top of the list. News 12's Christie Ethridge talked to the founder of a program that aims to curb that trend.
As temperatures begin to rise, officials from six state agencies are reminding Georgians to never leave children unattended in vehicles.
Cats are roaming the streets in Aiken, but not all for good reasons. Feral cats are becoming a major problem in Aiken County, and officials are saying things could get worse.
A dairy company is voluntarily recalling ice cream produced in Winston-Salem and distributed to 10 states that don't identify possible allergens because the product is packed in the wrong containers.
Mosquitoes are rearing their ugly little heads a little early this year, but we could be in for a little relief if the rain continues throughout summer.
Bariatric surgery took Jesse Chancey from 469 pounds down to just 182, a weight loss of nearly 300 pounds.
Eight years after a train derailment shook the community of Graniteville, the community is still rebuilding. A program set up to help residents with everyday issues has been around since that day in 2005.
They almost go unnoticed on the roads and that's a reason for them to be concerned. Motorcyclists across Augusta met Friday evening to rally for safer roads in the CSRA.
News 12 is On Your Side with information on which counties in our area are offering the dose and why you might need it.
The New Ellenton Commission of Public Works has lifted a boil water advisory that was issued last week.
Huge news for GRU and the Medical College of Georgia Foundation. On Saturday afternoon, board members announced they're receiving the biggest donation ever. News 12's Chad Mills tells us how it'll benefit students and the whole region.
More than 60,000 children are treated in emergency rooms each year for accidental medication poisoning. That's why two groups are coming together Saturday to help you throw away expired or unused medicine.
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