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Delegate challenges to be heard

Posted: 04/25/2008 - A plan to award half-delegates for the disputed Michigan and Florida Democratic presidential primaries is getting a hearing before party leaders.

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South Augusta: spending money to make money

Updated: 04/23/2008 - There are a number of people paid money to bring money to Augusta. News 12's Chris Thomas has learned there is a plan to bring something similar to south Augusta.

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Farmer worries about food supply

Posted: 04/21/2008 - Some local farmers are worrying about the future of their farms, as Congress has until Friday to pass the 2008 Farm Bill. And experts say there's a good chance they'll cut back how much money farmers get.

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Update - DOT board votes to reprimand commisssioner

Posted: 04/21/2008 - The Georgia Board of Transportation voted 8 to 3 on Monday to reprimand Commissioner Gena Abraham for a delay in reporting her relationship with board chairman Mike Evans.

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Updated--Bass Pro Shops to Augusta

Posted: 04/16/2008 - Augusta has hooked Bass Pro Shops. City leaders say this is the big one that won't get away. The Development Authority of Richmond County made the announcement Wednesday.

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Augusta downtown development hits brick wall

Updated: 04/15/2008 - A major downtown development on the site of the old Augusta Police Department is literally running into a brick wall. One small business owner says the project could force him out of business.

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Bill calls for stronger penalties in South Carolina

Posted: 04/14/2008 - South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford is expected to sign the state's new DUI bill Tuesday morning. It removes some loopholes and strengthens penalties for those convicted of DUI offenses.

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Augusta attorney becomes judge

Updated: 04/11/2008 - Augusta attorney James Randall "Randy" Hall will become a federal judge. The U.S. Senate has confirmed President Bush's nomination of Hall.

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Red Carpet Tour rolls into Augusta National

Updated: 04/10/2008 - Augusta is rolling out the red carpet in hopes of bringing in new businesses and new jobs. This year's tour includes a well known automotive company and baseball's Iron Man.

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SC working on drunk driving laws

Posted: 04/09/2008 - Drunken drivers in South Carolina could soon face stiffer penalties, especially if they make a habit of the offense.

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Augusta cashes in during Masters

Updated: 04/09/2008 - Masters week places Augusta on a global stage. It's no wonder that city leaders use this week to sell Augusta to companies and possible investors. Our Chris Thomas went along as visitors got a private tour of the city.

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Harlem mayor enters Columbia County Commission race

Posted: 04/04/2008 - Harlem mayor Scott Dean will run for Columbia County Commission District 4. That seat was vacated by Lee Anderson, who will run for the Georgia House of Representatives District 117.

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Truckers protest at SC Statehouse

Posted: 04/04/2008 - About a dozen people gathered at the Statehouse Friday as part of the nationwide protests by independent truckers. They're upset with the high cost of diesel fuel.

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Georgia legislature wrapping up

Posted: 04/04/2008 - The Georgia General Assembly is in the final day of its annual 40-day session. If the past is any indication, the legislators will be working right up to midnight.

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RV Park plans for Augusta

Updated: 04/02/2008 - Augusta city leaders are hoping to get the ball rolling on Augusta's first R.V. park. It would be at Diamond Lakes Regional Park off Windsor Spring Road.

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Augusta Commission Rundown - April 1, 2008

Updated: 04/02/2008 - Radio Cab closes and Checker Cab speaks out in a News 12 exclusive. Plus: proposed dog park, teen club curfew, and the future of the Coliseum Authority.

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