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Atlanta gains; Augusta loses

Posted: 07/11/2008 - Tens of thousands of people are moving to Georgia, but it looks like they're staying away from Augusta. They're heading to Atlanta.

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Kids in Thomson "Dig History"

Updated: 07/11/2008 - Some local kids are spending their summer outside, excavating bones and old buildings instead of sitting on the couch. Dig History is a summer camp in Thomson that's teaching kids about archaeology.

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Teleperformance opens in Augusta

Updated: 09/16/2009 - An international company bringing hundreds of jobs to Augusta has opened their doors. News 12 has a look at what Teleperformance could mean for you.

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Bugs invade homes to get water during drought

Posted: 07/03/2008 - The dry weather conditions and lack of rain have bugs searching for water. They may even be searching throughout your house, but there are some tips to keep them away.

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280 veterans homeless in Augusta

Posted: 07/03/2008 - Many will spend time with family and friends on July 4th. However, homeless veterans are forgotten on a day that they should be honored.

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Shoppers angry about debit card holds

Posted: 07/03/2008 - Merchants use preauthorizations to make sure consumers have to funds in their checking accounts to pay for goods or services, generally when the actual payment amount isn't known upfront.

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One Tank Trip: Tybee Island

Posted: 07/03/2008 - Once a landing site for pirates and a battlefield during the revolutionary and civil wars, Tybee Island has since evolved into a tourist area that's ready for a visit from you.

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Augusta's Lock and Dam re-opens

Posted: 07/03/2008 - The lock at the New Savannah Bluff Lock and Dam re-opened Wednesday. It paves the way for longer trips down the Savannah River.

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Swimming Lessons to save lives

Updated: 07/07/2008 - With already three drownings at Lake Thurmond this year, the Aiken County Recreation Department is making sure anyone who doesn't know how to swim can afford to learn.

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Fireworks Safety

Posted: 07/03/2008 - Not only can fireworks start fires, but they can be deadly if misused. It happens every Fourth of July.

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Peach farmers suffering in drought

Posted: 06/30/2008 - South Carolina produces about 18,000 acres of peaches every year. A lot of them coming from Edgefield, Ridge Spring and Trenton. The recent lack of rain is causing crops to dry out.

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Golden Harvest doubling in many ways

Posted: 06/30/2008 - In these tough economic times, there is a critical need for food and fans. News 12 and Time to Care teamed up on Monday to help the cause.

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Augusta plans White Water Park

Updated: 06/30/2008 - Augusta is looking ahead to an exciting project: rafting in the heart of the downtown.

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Drought affects training at Fort Gordon

Updated: 06/30/2008 - They're training to use this 50 caliber machine gun, but for now, they're just practicing with blank bullets because of the drought.

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Traveling Vietnam Wall in Augusta

Posted: 06/25/2008 - Roughly 300 motorcyclists escorted a traveling copy of the Vietnam Wall into town Tuesday afternoon.

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Using well water means no watering restrictions

Posted: 06/23/2008 - Having a well-kept lawn is pretty difficult, and those tough water restrictions are making it even harder. But it's a different story for people who get their water from wells.

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