- Many of you have already started the grills and spent some time in the water for the Memorial Day holiday. News 12 tell you about one church that sees Memorial Day more as a sacred day than a holiday.
- Safety during the summer for soldiers at Fort Gordon has always been a concern. All types of safety measures, from boating safety to motorcycle safety, were discussed Wednesday at the annual Safety Stand Down Day on Fort Gordon.
- A radical militant group is claiming responsibility for a bomb attack in Afghanistan on Thursday that killed six Americans. One of the civilian contractors killed in the car bombing was Michael Bradford of Grovetown.
- When Ervin Miller came to Augusta two years ago, he didn't have a home. That changed when he came across the Augusta Warrior Project, which helped him achieve the most basic necessities in life.
- The Army is downsizing. About 80,000 active duty soldiers will be cut between now and 2017. People came together on Thursday to make sure the Army knows just how important soldiers are in this military community.
- It's time to rally the troops, so ours don't get cut. That's the message leaders around the community are trying to send so people will come out to a "Community Listening Session" at Fort Gordon.
- Soldiers find themselves in scary situations all the time, dodging gunfire and putting their lives on the line, but sometimes the scariest thing a soldier can face is transitioning out of the military and learning to re-adjust to life as a civilian.