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Legislative panel: Palin abused authority

Posted: 10/10/2008 - A legislative committee investigating Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has found she unlawfully abused her authority in firing the state's public safety commissioner.

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South Carolina talking budget cuts

Posted: 10/10/2008 - Possible items on the chopping block are high school sports, conservation efforts, and even crimes investigated by state law enforcement.

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GA NAACP taking get out the vote message to jail near you

Posted: 10/09/2008 - Is voting a right or a privilege? Do the same standards apply to inmates? The NAACP Georgia State Convention is in town. They are pushing a get out the vote message for everyone. That includes people in prison.

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Only on 12: Sinkhole problems continue in Burnettown

Updated: 10/09/2008 - Only on 12, we went out to check on sink hole problems on Carline Road in Burnettown. Turns out, the hole was fixed, but the road wasn't paved. That unpaved road gave way to another hole with the recent rain.

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Barbee and Greenbaum debate the debate

Updated: 10/08/2008 - Democrats and Republicans are talking to 12 about the second presidential debate. Two local experts took time to debate the debate.

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Richmond County Forestry moving to smaller location

Updated: 10/08/2008 - State departments all across Georgia are being forced to make cuts, and that's hitting close to home in Augusta. Georgia Forestry is closing down the Richmond County unit on Tobacco Road.

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Sidewalks in Evans will be cheaper than expected

Posted: 10/08/2008 - The sidewalks along Mullikin Road aren't going to cost as much as the county first thought. The county commissioners accepted a bid today for $109,000. That's more than a hundred thousand dollars cheaper than the original estimate.

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City of Augusta looking to cut healthcare expenses

Updated: 10/08/2008 - The city of Augusta is looking to cut health-care expenses. One Augusta commissioner wants employees on a self-insured policy. Columbia County has had a similar policy for years. We look at the pros and cons.

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South Carolina's big budget surplus all dried up

Posted: 10/08/2008 - South Carolina has about an $7 billion budget. Just about a year ago, Senator Shane Massey says the state had about a billion dollars extra. But that was all spent and the state is facing some big budget cuts.

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Court rules in favor of transgender politician

Updated: 10/06/2008 - Georgia's top court has ruled in favor of a transgender politician sued by two political opponents who claimed she misled voters by running as a female.

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Preaching politics from the pulpit

Updated: 10/02/2008 - The opinion of our pastors or church leaders is very important to a lot of us. And we make choices based on their guidance in some cases. But the Internal Revenue Service says its illegal for pastors to preach politics.

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Only on 12: Harbin talks economy, DUI charge

Updated: 10/01/2008 - State Representative Ben Harbin is chair of the Georgia House Appropriations Committee. News 12's Chris Thomas goes one on one for an exclusive interview with the state lawmaker about the state's money crunch and Harbin's own legal battle.

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Harlem IGA store still in limbo

Updated: 09/30/2008 - Folks in Harlem have been waiting on their new IGA grocery store for more than a year now. The supermarket has been on hold for the last month after city leaders say the developer's design didn't meet city ordinances.

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New Ellenton mayor fined

Updated: 09/30/2008 - The South Carolina Ethics Commission has fined the mayor of New Ellenton $100.

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Bailout fallout felt locally

Updated: 09/29/2008 - The Augusta Commission called a special meeting to discuss that $10 million for the Medical College of Georgia expansion project. A 9 to 1 vote seals the deal, but the conditions have changed.

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Locals react to economic crisis

Updated: 09/25/2008 - Congress says it has a plan to fix the nation's financial problems. We take a look at what some local people are doing to stay afloat in these tough times.

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Coliseum votes for security at all board meetings

Updated: 09/23/2008 - We all remember the fight between Augusta Coliseum Authority member William Fennoy and community activist Woody Merry. We have new details on the court proceedings.

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Some Augusta fire hydrants faulty

Posted: 09/23/2008 - They're supposed to work properly and help firefighters snuff out fires quickly. Tonight News 12 has learned some of the fire hydrants in the city of Augusta are defective--many of them for some time now.

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