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Local church played role in Augusta's civil rights movement

Augusta Tabernacle Church

Posted: 08/28/2013 - The historic Tabernacle Baptist Church is celebrating 128 years of being involved in the community. The church and then-Pastor C. S. Hamilton played a huge role in Augusta's civil rights movement. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. preached there himself.

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Edgefield County Council members tour possible animal shelter sites

Edgefield County animal shelter

Updated: 08/28/2013 - Right now, every animal that needs a shelter in Edgefield County goes to Aiken County's shelter, but soon, that will change. The Edgefield County Council met Tuesday night to tour potential sites for the shelter. News 12 went along to take a look at the options.

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Greenway plans up and running in Columbia Co.

Columbia County Greenway

Updated: 08/28/2013 - A new phase of the greenway in Columbia County has members of the community talking. It'll add a little over 2 miles to the already existing greenway.

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Longtime Augusta pastor dies of cancer

Memorial candles

Updated: 08/27/2013 - Dr. Jake Malone, 65, was the associate pastor at the First Baptist Church of Augusta for 33 years. He also served as recreation minister, youth minister, senior adult minister and church administrator.

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Augusta woman owns original program from Dr. King's speech 50 years ago

Updated: 08/25/2013 - 50 years ago Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Gave a speech that was a stepping stone to end segregation. And while thousands are in dc to re-live that special day--one woman has a piece of history right here in Augusta. News12 spoke to her on Saturday and saw the original paper program from the historic speech she kept it for two reasons. First, to never forget where she came from but more importantly to honor her brother who was there for the speech and helped the movement--right here in Georgia.

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Hundreds show up to gospel concert

Gospel concert

Updated: 08/23/2013 - They began planning this concert after a concert scheduled at the end of June canceled unexpectedly, leaving people upset after they paid to see a show. The church was packed to capacity, and dozens waited outside for hours to get in.

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Keeping your kids safe on the football field

Updated: 08/20/2013 - A 16 year old high school football player in Atlanta was playing in a scrimmage Friday night when he made what appeared to be a routine tackle, but that tackle ended his life. As many schools begin their first week of the season this week coaches are working to keep your kids safe out on the field.

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Baby dies after eating laundry detergent packet

Updated: 08/19/2013 - Laundry detergent pods are what many use now instead pure liquid detergent. The squishy packets have cause 5,000 kids to get sick and taken the life of one baby in Florida.

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Local coffee expert isn't buying coffee linked death study

Updated: 08/17/2013 - Researchers say heavy coffee drinking could cut your life short, but a local coffee roaster disagrees. News12 spoke with this coffee lover who sometimes has more cups of joe than this study recommends. John Curry has been drinking coffee for 40 years and lot of those years include weeks of 28 cups of coffee or more--which some researchers say can be dangerous .

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Lost dog travels more than 500 miles to Grovetown

Updated: 08/16/2013 - A North Augusta woman takes in a stray dog then finds out it's not really a stray. It actually traveled more than 500 miles to get here from it's old home. She says this a lesson to all pet owners on why it's important to microchip your dog.

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Post 192 Legion Riders ride for a good cause

Updated: 08/16/2013 - It’s called the Legacy Run—and legion posts from all over the country ride together in the hope of raising money for college scholarships for kids of fallen veterans.

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What do Plant Vogtle delays mean for you

Updated: 08/15/2013 - Progress has been running a little slower than originally projected causing the company to report cost overruns of 737 million dollars. Some of those costs will likely be absorbed by customers, but the good news is jobs will be staying in our area a little longer.

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Hephzibah man dies saving friends from drowning

Updated: 08/13/2013 - 26 year old father Jamarcus Bell was swept into the ocean Saturday in Panama City, Florida. He's being called a hero after he saved three of his friends from drowning. He leaves behind a one year old son and a five year old daughter.

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TV show films episode in CSRA

The Story Trek

Updated: 08/09/2013 - "The Story Trek" is a TV show that picks folks at random and has them tell their story. Producers for the show were in Augusta for one week in August and invited us along to see how it's done.

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Rep. Quincy Murphy laid to rest

Rep. Quincy Murphy (WRDW-TV)

Updated: 08/09/2013 - The service was packed full of those who loved and respected Quincy Murphy, an Augusta businessman, a family man and a public servant who dedicated 11 years of his life as a state representative for the Augusta area.

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Cherry Tree residents are excited about moving

Cherry Tree Crossing

Posted: 08/08/2013 - The demolition of Cherry Tree Crossing will start next year, but all 350 families have to be moved out first. Taxpayers are footing some of the bill.

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