Updated: 02/28/2014 - During testimony before Congress on Wednesday, it was revealed that those responsible for delayed health care at veterans affairs medical centers in Augusta and Columbia most likely will not be punished.
Posted: 02/26/2014 - The Army says it removed 588 soldiers from sensitive jobs such as sexual assault counselors and recruiters after finding they had committed infractions such as sexual assault, child abuse or drunken driving.
Updated: 01/18/2014 - The United States is condemning a deadly Taliban attack in Afghanistan, saying there is "no possible justification" for killing people who worked to help Afghans achieve a brighter future.
Posted: 10/17/2013 - For thousands of Americans working paycheck to paycheck, the end to the shutdown is a relief, but only a temporary one.
Updated: 10/16/2013 - Littrell served for 7 and a half years in the 4th Brigade Combat team 82nd Airborne Division before medically retiring because of multiple traumatic brain injuries. He gets partial disability at the beginning of each month, but each day deeper into the shutdown raises questions about what comes next.
Updated: 09/24/2013 - Over the past year hundreds of local veterans have found houses, jobs or have gone back to school all with the help of the Augusta Warrior Project and the rest of the nation has noticed the success. The Wounded Warrior Project just chose the Augusta Warrior Project as a model for the nation.
Posted: 09/23/2013 - It's known as a Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicle, and the vehicles, valued at $658,000, essentially doesn't cost North Augusta anything.
Updated: 08/23/2013 - Saggy pants or a backwards ball cap are some of the things commanders at Fort Gordon are wanting to see less of. They say dressing like that is not professional. The dress code won't just effect soldiers, it's for everyone. Family members, visitors, and retirees. News12 is on your side with what you can and can't wear before you go to Fort Gordon.
Updated: 08/22/2013 - They may be rivals on the football field, but a couple of retired generals, one from the Army and the other from the Air Force, are teaming up on a book project.
Posted: 08/06/2013 - The number of furlough days for Department of Defense civilian employees is being reduced from 11 to six, according to a news release from Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel.
Posted: 07/17/2013 - Officials from Fort Gordon say gate hours will go back to normal starting Thursday.
Updated: 07/15/2013 - A 22-year-old Augusta native who lost her life serving in Afghanistan is finally back home. News 12 followed her procession from start to end, and the solder's family wasn't the only one waiting on the remains. Folks from all over the community lined up the streets and escorted Army Spc. Hilda Clayton's body to the funeral home.