Updated: 11:43 AM It's something Wright worked on for three years and says seeing his book in print is a feeling he can't explain. The book is available on Amazon and Kindle and is already selling copies.
Updated: 7:00 PM A prominent local animal rescue is being investigated by the state. The Department of Agriculture and Columbia County Health Department are both looking into violations at CSRA Happy Tails Rescue in Appling.
Updated: 6:14 PM Anthony Pieri is a National Guard member who lives in Buffalo, N.Y. Back in 2007, he spent some time at Fort Gordon and left his ring at a barber shop off post.
Updated: 7:48 PM What started as a Christmas gift to her granddaughter has now turned into a lawsuit for Becky Rogers-Peck.
Posted: 11:57 AM The middle school girl was trying to walk to a store, but deputies say a car hit her when she darted into traffic Friday on Washington Road near Fieldstone Way.
Updated: 7:36 PM PetSmart Charities donated nearly $100,000 worth of supplies to help homeless pets rescued from an alleged puppy mill, and a lot of those dollars came from pet lovers like you.
Updated: 12:02 PM Investigators in Columbia County say it could be six weeks before we know if a driver involved in a deadly crash had been drinking.
Updated: 7:27 PM Hundreds of animals will need to find homes soon after the Humane Society of the United States confiscated nearly 300 animals from an alleged puppy mill.
Updated: 7:39 PM More than 20 Springlakes neighbors have picked up their free tickets and plan on coming to the game Friday. Augusta Prep takes on Thomas Jefferson Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Updated: 6:04 PM Kitchen remodeling can cost a lot of money, however, there are a few expensive things you can do to update your kitchen.
Updated: 5:28 PM The Savannah Riverkeeper is raising money to buy 14 acres along the Savannah River. Right now, the property is covered in trash, but they are hoping to turn it into a recreation area.
Updated: 3:15 PM Ginny Lohre grew up just a few miles away from where United Flight 93 crashed on September 11th. She says it's changed the whole town, now a very proud community and a part of national history.
Posted: 2:25 PM With the anniversary of nine-eleven just around the corner, Lakeside Baptist Church hosted it's 5th annual honor service to remember and say thank you to all who serve, but as News 12's Christie Ethridge reports, this year was different.
Updated: 2:19 PM Every six seconds, a child dies because of hunger. To put it in perspective, that means 300 kids across the globe will die just during our newscast.
Updated: 11:43 AM When most people would have chosen to sit by the pool with a cold drink, a group of Fort Gordon soldiers decided to take a dip in a different body of water to beautify our city. News 12's Christie Ethridge met them down by the Riverwalk.
Updated: 12:16 PM Crafters and food vendors will line the street Friday and Saturday selling all sorts of handmade items. They are expecting more than 30,000 people at this year's event.
Updated: 7:58 PM Support 1 provides critical incident stress management to grieving officers, firefighters and paramedics throughout the area. It helps their families, too.
Updated: 7:17 PM Our Time To Care winner for September is a young mother of three who has seen her share of hard times. But instead of letting it get her down, she found a way to help her own family by helping others in need.
Updated: 11:56 AM More than 80 local groups auditioned to be a part of the summer concert series, and now it's down to five. The winner will be getting exposure that money can't buy.
Updated: 12:17 PM In a story you'll only see on News 12, Christie Ethridge talks to a man who left his whole life in Nigeria to become an American.
Posted: 12:21 PM Nine years ago Tuesday, an Aiken County woman disappeared. Lisa Marie Shuttleworth took her purse and apparently left with a friend and was never seen again. The family is still praying for answers.
Updated: 3:31 PM When it rains, it pours on Victoria Street neighbors. They first came told News 12 their story in July, but after the wettest month of the year, they say they're still having problems.