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Consumer agency is blocked from some import data

Posted: 08/14/2009 - Congressional investigators say the Consumer Product Safety Commission is missing pieces of information that could help keep unsafe imports from being sold in the U.S.

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On Your Side: Realtors push $8000 home-buyer tax credit

Updated: 08/14/2009 - Empty homes sit on Budapest court in Augusta. Some feature overgrown lots. All of them are a stark reminder that the foreclosure crisis has hit home. Georgia has the 7th highest rate in the nation. South Carolina falls in the middle of the pack, at 26th.

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Slowing down drivers on Richmond Hill Road

Richmond Hill Road

Updated: 08/13/2009 - After a fatal car crash Tuesday, News 12 looked into the problem of speeding on Richmond Hill Road. The street is more than a way to get home for drivers--it is also a residential neighborhood.

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On Your Side: Dealing with water main breaks

Water main break

Updated: 08/11/2009 - News 12 talks with the Augusta Utilities department to get answers on water main breaks and the piping of Augusta. Sunday, a water main broke on Melrose Drive in Augusta, leaving them without water for more than 12 hours.

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Water main break leaves neighbors unhappy

Updated: 08/10/2009 - A water main breaks on Melrose Drive in Augusta and leaves the residents without water. Neighbors are fed up with the problems that continue to happen and are speaking out.

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On Your Side: Knowing leash laws can help you, your pet

OYS reporter Bryan Baker with 'Leash Laws' title

Updated: 08/06/2009 - Leash laws are generally the same everywhere. In Columbia County, a dog has to stay in your control -- whether on a leash or on your property. But if the dog goes to another home or even in the street, you're breaking the law.

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On Your Side: What you need to know about eviction laws

Updated: 08/05/2009 - It's the basic tenet of being a tenant. You pay rent to a landlord. The landlord lets you live somewhere. But sometimes, it's not that easy -- tenants don't pay, and the landlord wants them out.

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Graniteville water bills spike into the hundreds

sign blaming Avondale Mill for the spike in water prices

Posted: 08/04/2009 - Wrapping up the water hose is something Mark Henderson and his Graniteville neighbors will be doing a lot more of now that their water bills have spiked into the hundreds.

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United Way Launches First Annual Stuff-A-Bus Campaign

Updated: 08/01/2009 - News 12 Time to Care sponsor and United Way hope to cash in on tax free weekend by asking the community to participate in their first annual Stuff-A-Bus campaign. The United Way was out at four local Wal-Mart stores in Augusta taking donations of school supplies for less fortunate children.

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Cash For Clunkers off to a good start

Posted: 07/29/2009 - The government's Cash For Clunkers program appears to be off to a good start. Many dealers say they're seeing a lot more customers lining up to take advantage of it.

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Recall Roundup - July 24, 2009

LeapFrog's My Pal Scout

Updated: 07/24/2009 - A stuffed animal with a popular brand name attached to it and a gas grill you might have on your patio or deck are the subject of this week's recall roundup.

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On Your Side: Where are those great travel deals?

Updated: 07/23/2009 - When it comes to industries that have been hit hard by the recession, the travel industry has been hurt as much as many others. But that means if you have the money, there are some great deals out there.

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