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Some in Aiken Co. town say legitimate voters were turned away

Voting

Updated: 11/06/2013 - Election day has come and gone, but now, some in one Aiken County town are asking for a redo. News 12's Chad Mills has the story of one voter who was turned away from the polls, even though she lives in town. Now, some wonder just how many more Burnettown voters were turned away incorrectly.

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Edgefield Co. to debate spay and neuter program for low-income families

Updated: 11/01/2013 - Each month, dozens of dogs and cats caught in Edgefield County are euthanized. But a new county shelter should change that. First, however, council has to decide where to build it. News 12's Chad Mills tells us what else the council might do to protect animals.

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Questions about some city workers pay

Updated: 10/31/2013 - "If there's a discrepancy in what the 311 operators make versus 911, we need to bridge that gap," said Commissioner Bill Fennoy.

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Is North Augusta 'Project Jackson' riverfront truly blighted?

Updated: 10/29/2013 - As the City of Augusta talks slums, North Augusta is talking blight. Is the North Augusta riverfront blighted? Blight is required by law before the city can divert tax dollars to build a stadium for the GreenJackets, a luxury hotel, and more there near Hammond's Ferry. News 12 investigates if that area is truly blighted or not.

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Augusta NAACP crying foul over election changes

Updated: 10/24/2013 - "We are not going to be hoodwinked in the process. This is a mechanism to suppress minority participation," said Augusta NAACP President Dr. Charles Smith.

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Potential for 'school' penny tax still facing long odds

Updated: 10/22/2013 - Aiken County School Board members are drawing up the plans for a possible penny sales tax. On Tuesday night, board members voted unanimously to schedule a meeting with local state representatives and senators to get the ball rolling.

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AHA officials: We are doing our job!

Updated: 10/21/2013 - "The Housing Authority is doing a portion of the training. You know clearly it's not enough training," said Commissioner Alvin Mason.

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Should Augusta leaders cut services or raise taxes?

Updated: 10/18/2013 - "What level of service do you want? Do you want the Cadillac level of service? You will have to pay for it. Do you want the Volkswagen level of service which is what we have now," said Commissioner Corey Johnson.

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Augusta could have to pay thousands in legal fees

Updated: 10/17/2013 - A company that sued the city of Augusta is now asking for more than $400,000 in damages. The city disputes those charges and says based on a judges order the company Meritian Health may get closer to $30,000.

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Lawyer: Controversial traffic stop could have big consequences

Wagener

Updated: 10/16/2013 - News 12 first showed you the video of a controversial Wagener traffic stop. A town councilman's son was caught speeding and allegedly driving under the influence. But he was let go and given a warning only. Now, a legal expert believes this simple stop could have big consequences.

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Augusta City employees could get $1,500 raise next year

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Updated: 10/16/2013 - City Administrator Fred Russell gave leaders a first look at next year's budget. It includes raises for city employees. The budget actually has eight million dollars more in recommendations from last year.

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