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UPDATE| OYS: Cutting the cable cord

Updated: 11/19/2015 - 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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Remembering World War II on Veterans Day

Updated: 11/12/2015 - Veterans Day is the day we remember all those who served both here at home and during battle. News 12 On Your Side wants you to remember one specific group of veterans, those who served in World War II.

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OYS: Deputy Impersonator Scamming Aiken Co. Residents

Updated: 10/01/2015 - Someone is impersonating Aiken County deputies to steal money over the phone. They know your name, your birth date and claim to have a case number. They say they're with the Aiken county sheriff's office and you are in trouble if you don't pay your fine.

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OYS: Vietnam vet fighting for benefits

Updated: 09/14/2015 - He fought in Vietnam and even served two tours. Now Richard Ray is fighting another battle, a battle for his benefits.

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Neighbors practice safety after man shot feet from home

Updated: 07/16/2014 - 20 year old Trelon Baker is in jail after his connection with a shooting at a Columbia County apartment complex. Deputies say Baker demanded cash and jewelry from someone at the Westwood Club Apartments off Washington Road. The shooting is the second violent crime to hit a local apartment complex in the last 24 hours. News 12 is on your side with how renters can stay safe.

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Multiple ways to sign up for Affordable Health Care Act

Updated: 11/06/2013 - For the last month people have been trying to sign up online for the Affordable Health Care Act. Some of you have shared your troubles and are asking for alternatives. News12 spoke to one group who's willing to show you different ways to sign-up and where you can go to get help if you don't have any insurance.

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Milk for $8 a gallon? Passing a new farm bill could stop that

Updated: 11/02/2013 - A gallon of milk costs you more than a gallon of gas right now, at some stores even more than $4.00. Experts say that price could almost double in the next few weeks if congress doesn't act. We're talking 8 bucks a gallon. News12 explains how the farm bill will impact you.

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Food stamp cuts will total $5 billion

Updated: 10/30/2013 - In four days millions of Americans will be effected by cuts to Food Stamps benefits. We're talking billions of dollars here and it all starts November 1st. News12 is on your side with why this is happening and how it will affect you.

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Some say fair parking isn't "fair" where they live

Updated: 10/22/2013 - A trip to the fair means first finding a place to park. For some living at an apartment complex in Downtown Augusta, fair parking became their problem when they found most of their complex parking was dedicated to fair goers. The deal was struck between their landlord and a private contractor and tenants tell News 12 the deal wasn't "fair."

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DJG child seat recall

Updated: 05/16/2011 - WASHINGTON, D.C. - The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has issued a recall on certain child safety harnesses.

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Maclaren stroller recall

Posted: 05/16/2011 - WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued a recall on Maclaren strollers sold before November 2009.

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Home Fires more deadly in the wintertime

Posted: 11/23/2010 - Each year, more than a half million winter fires cause about a billion dollars in property loss, hundreds of deaths, and thousands of injuries. Heating and cooking are the leading causes of winter fires and January is the worst month for fire deaths and injuries in the home. This week alone, Richmond County firefighters have dealt with almost a dozen blazes. News 12 looked at what makes the season so dangerous.

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Former tenant react to Greens on Washington complex inspection

Updated: 08/19/2010 - When Brandi Holland and her two teenage children moved to Augusta back in July, they were expecting to move into an apartment free of problems. Holland says she selected the Greens on Washington after seeing the listing on the Internet and after visiting and seeing the model apartment.

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Financial help for childcare services during furloughs and layoffs

Updated: 08/06/2009 - Money is tight and many people have cut back on a lot - but there are some services you can't do without -- like daycare. With all the furloughs and budget cutbacks - parents and teachers both lose" a chunk of pay" - but still have responsibilities. There are some daycares that will work with parents.

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PC users should be on the lookout for "Conficker" worm

Updated: 03/26/2009 - Computer experts at Microsoft are warning of a possible virus attack on April 1st that could severely damage your computer, steal your identity and spread to other unsuspecting computers without your knowledge.

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Spartans Strive For Winning Mentality

Posted: 08/24/2008 - What a difference a year can make. For Edmund Burke, that statement rings all too true. Two years ago, the Spartans had 8 wins. Last year, it was down to 2.

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