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OYS: End of the year donations

Updated: 05/17/2016 - One man's trash is another man's treasure and if you plan on getting rid of a few items before the New Year then bring donation along with your patience to area thrift stores. The week before the first of the year is the busiest time of the year for non-profit stores.

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OYS: Returning the unwanted holiday gift

Updated: 05/17/2016 - Santa has come and gone so now you may be thinking of a way to get rid of a few unwanted gifts. If you are thinking about making a return or an exchange make sure you know the store's policy before you get there.

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OYS| Grinches can hack into your new Christmas gifts

Updated: 05/17/2016 - Apple watches, smart phones, tablets and drones these may be a few of your favorite things this holiday season. If you plan to give the gift of electronics make sure a grinch doesn't hack into your gifts.

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OYS: 5th Street Bridge crumbling

Updated: 05/17/2016 - 5th Street Bridge is cracking and crumbling. The bridge, which connects Georgia to South Carolina, scored "fair" and "poor" ratings on its last inspection report two years ago.

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OYS: Less qualified people wanting to work in law enforcement

Updated: 05/17/2016 - The national publicity and negativity over police shootings are one of the reasons why local law enforcement say it's becoming more difficult to find qualified applicants willing to put on a uniform to protect and serve.

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OYS: Protecting yourself while shopping online

Updated: 05/17/2016 - Millions of shoppers across the country flooding the internet for the best deals and bargains. But a good deal isn't worth it if hackers can get your personal info and steal more than the money you spent on the item.

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Living off the land, a story of thankfulness

Updated: 05/17/2016 - A grandmother will not be buying her turkey from the grocery store this Thanksgiving. In fact, she hasn't bought meat or produce from a store in many years and she is more thankful than ever for it.

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OYS: Preparing for Black Friday how to tell the gimmicks from the deals

Updated: 05/17/2016 - If you are planning on lining up on Black Friday make sure you know the deals from the gimmicks. The countdown is on until one of the biggest shopping days of the years. The National Retail Federation predicts the total for this holiday season sales will reach more tan 630 billion dollars.

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OYS: Senior financial abuse

Updated: 05/17/2016 - Nobody wants to see their parents or grandparents taken advantage of but the statistics are staggering: one in five seniors will become a victim of financial fraud during their lifetime. The thief could be a stranger, a caregiver, or even a family member.

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UPDATE| OYS: Cutting the cable cord

Updated: 05/17/2016 - It has served as an umbilical cord of sorts for television watchers but now more and more people are beginning to cut the cable cord. Now more than ever there are more options to watch your favorite movies and shows for less.

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OYS: World pancreatic cancer day

Updated: 05/17/2016 - November 13th is World Pancreatic Cancer Day. Pancreatic cancer is the twelfth most common type of cancer yet claims nearly as many lives as the most common type of cancer which is breast cancer.

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UPDATE| OYS: Good news for Team USA kickboxing that was almost out of a home

Updated: 05/17/2016 - The future of Team USA Kickboxing could be in jeopardy. The coach tells News 12 the billing company he uses for his gym, the training grounds for Team USA, isn't giving him his money. New's 12's Liz Owens counted more than $24,000 in deposits that appear to be missing from his business account.

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OYS: Deadline for Damaged Dams

Updated: 10/28/2015 - The clock is ticking for dam owners in South Carolina. Department of Health and Environmental Control gave dam owners until Friday to have an engineer look at dams that burst during the recent flood.

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OYS: After 25 years of service, postmaster says mailboxes are now too short

Updated: 10/27/2015 - An entire neighborhood could soon lose mail service if they don't change their mailboxes. The local post master claims nearly a hundred mailboxes in the Saddlebrook neighborhood are too short for mail delivery. The U.S. Post Office has been delivery mail to those homes for twenty-five years.

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