Updated: 12:35 PM At a rally before the meeting, dozens showed up to support Happy Tails. Many brought their dogs, rescued from Happy Tails, and shared stories about all that Happy Tails has done for the community.
Updated: 2:22 PM The Brain Injury Association of Georgia, along with other sponsors, has hosted an annual walk for the past four years. This year, the walk has a whole new meaning for a group of friends and family.
Posted: 6:08 PM When land is used for agriculture, it gets special tax breaks. But when you break that land down into smaller pieces and sell it as residential property, the new owners get stuck with the taxes.
Updated: 4:25 PM Cleanup efforts continue for a church hit by a tornado in Glascock County. The Magnolia Baptist Church was destroyed, but their faith is stronger than ever. They held service in a place known for great food, but Sunday's service was more about feeding the inner man.
Updated: 5:02 PM Family and friends of public defender, Alexia Davis, say they hope that the power of prayer will work miracles. The prayer rally was held outside of the Augusta-Richmond County Courthouse, bringing out the community to rally for justice.
Posted: 3:35 PM Wallets around our area are starting to feel a little lighter as federal spending cuts are starting to sink in. As News 12's Christie Ethridge reports, one group is taking action to fill their wallets back up.
Updated: 9:59 PM After the latest mass shooting at an elementary school in Connecticut, President Obama has promised to make the country safer by making it harder to buy guns; but he also says access to mental health can help in preventing violent tragedies. However, getting that help can be difficult.
Updated: 1:19 PM Instead of a smooth patch of ice, workers at the JBA are trying to patch a big hole in the concrete base of the floor. As News 12's Christie Ethridge reports, now the RiverHawks are flying to a different rink for tomorrow's game.
Updated: 6:58 PM A high school senior is raising money to help cancer patients in Augusta, but she needs your help. The Westminster student says raising money is important, but the bigger message is hope.
Updated: 7:08 PM All month long, News 12 has been introducing you to people who became heart healthy because they needed to be. But here's the thing: 50 percent of people who have heart attacks are healthy with normal weight and cholesterol levels.