Updated: 12:03 AM Commissioners voted, debated and even argued. One hot button issue was a no vote of confidence in City Attorney Andrew Mackensie.
It was sent back to committee and leaders learned they could have to pay an outside attorney to advise them on how to proceed.
Posted: 9:37 PM In a special election, voters have elected Melvin Farmer to serve on the Wrens City Council. The seat has been vacant since January when Herman Wright resigned following his arrest on drug and weapons charges.
Updated: 9:44 PM The plan to bring the GreenJackets to North Augusta has become a political fight. Some want it, and others don't. Those who do have started a sign campaign, but as News 12's Chad Mills reports, some say those signs are against city code.
Updated: 7:30 PM Augusta's code enforcement is telling the owners of an apartment complex to clean the place up. News 12 first exposed problems at River Glen when neighbors came forward asking for help.
Updated: 7:22 PM This hot weather has dried up a lot of the puddles left behind after days of heavy rain, but some people in Aiken are still struggling after all the flooding. One stretch of homes on Whiskey Road was flooded Monday, and the city may be to blame.
Updated: 7:53 PM A brutal attack is prompting some action from Augusta leaders. The mayor and four commissioners, went sight seeing on the River Walk Monday morning. It's all about safety and improvement.
Updated: 3:08 PM Neighbors at the River Glen Apartments are fed up with their living conditions. Some complain about no AC, mold and leaking roofs, among others. More than 50 tenants are asking the mayor and commissioners to step in.
Updated: 9:47 PM A change in Washington could hurt local nonprofits. It's all about how federal workers here donate to charities. It's a decision some locals are fighting. News 12's Chad Mills is breaking it down for us and tells us how you can help.
Updated: 7:27 PM Things are looking bright for expansion plans at King and Sibley mills. Commissioners say a new solar farm will help pay for the $300,000 they've just approved to research the GRU proposal.