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Georgia lawmakers go after Gator plates

Updated: 02/21/2008 - The latest shot in the "License Plate War" involving the University of Georgia and the University of Florida was fired Thursday in the Georgia House of Representatives.

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Georgia eyes Tennessee River

Updated: 02/21/2008 - Georgia lawmakers took a step today toward moving the state line and tapping into the Tennessee River to relieve drought conditions.

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The medical community to benefit from downtown expansion.

Updated: 02/21/2008 - Downtown Augusta is taking on a whole new shape and size. It is expanding to include I-520, Paine College, and the medical community. News 12 takes a look at what it means for the landlocked Medical College of Georgia?

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Second vote on Barbee

Posted: 02/20/2008 - Former Richmond County Republican Party Chairman Dave Barbee won't be joining the County Board of Health.

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Plans revealed for international center in Orangeburg

Posted: 02/20/2008 - A developer says a planned international village in Orangeburg County would bring companies from around the world and produce at least $1 billion in investment over the next 15 years.

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A record day on the Augusta Commission

Updated: 02/19/2008 - Downtown Augusta gets a lot bigger, more city buses hit Augusta streets, Barbee gets a second chance, and plans for the TEE center move forward in less than one hour on the Augusta Commission.

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"Robo calls" driving you nuts?

Updated: 02/19/2008 - Annoying automated political calls around election day are targeted by a bill that passed the Georgia state Senate Tuesday.

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Spike Lee on Obama and Atlanta

Updated: 02/19/2008 - Filmmaker Spike Lee, who attended college in Atlanta, told a crowd at the University of Dayton to do the right thing in this year's presidential election, adding that he supports Barack Obama for the Democratic nomination.

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SC governor to sign bill for small businesses

Posted: 02/19/2008 - Mark Sanford was to sign a health care bill Tuesday he says will give small businesses more flexibility to provide health insurance for their employees.

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Augusta NAACP calls for change with bus routes

Updated: 02/19/2008 - Some changes for Augusta public transit could be down the road. News 12 has a copy of an e-mail sent to Augusta's mayor and commissioners from the Augusta NAACP.

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Barbee getting second chance

Updated: 02/19/2008 - Dave Barbee's controversial e-mail about "making the downtown whiter" lead to his resignation from the Augusta Housing Authority. Now he has his eye set on another venture.

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Proposed sales tax increase means safer Augusta

Updated: 02/21/2008 - There is talk of raising taxes again in Richmond County. This time it's sales tax. It's one commissioner's way of leveling the playing field for the men and women who put their lives on the line for our safety.

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Augusta road sinkholes raise traffic concerns

Posted: 02/13/2008 - There could be trouble brewing under the streets of Augusta. At least three sinkholes have surfaced recently, and the city is resting on old water lines.

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Sanford pushes flat income tax

Posted: 02/13/2008 - South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford stopped at several cities across the state Wednesday to promote a tax reform proposal.

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Augusta gets high ranking for growth

Posted: 02/11/2008 - News 12 has learned Southeast Construction has ranked the Augusta-Richmond County region 5th in the southeast for total construction starts in 2007.

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