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Interview: Lisa Godbey Wood, Part 2

Updated: 04/13/2007 - Augusta has a new federal judge. Lisa Godbey Wood rose to the bench after a career as a law clerk, a civil attorney, a criminal defense attorney, and a federal prosecutor. But her biggest challenge just may be at home.

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Interview: Judge Lisa Godbey Wood

Updated: 04/12/2007 - There's a new federal judge on the bench in Augusta. New 12's Richard Rogers had the chance to talk with Lisa Godbey Wood. It's a rare interview with a sitting federal judge, and one you'll see only on 12.

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District 10 qualifying dates set

Updated: 06/18/2007 - Georgia's Secretary of State has set the qualifying dates for candidates hoping to fill Charlie Norwood's seat in Congress. Candidates can qualify between Tuesday, April 24, and Thursday, April 26.

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Georgia school system considers Bible classes

Posted: 04/12/2007 - Another Georgia school system is looking at offering Bible classes. Barrow County in northeast Georgia approved forming a committee to study whether or not to start offering Bible classes as early as next school year.

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SC Senate panel to soften abortion bill

Posted: 04/12/2007 - A South Carolina Senate panel is looking to soften a proposed abortion law. Last month, the House passed a plan to require doctors to show an ultrasound to women seeking an abortion.

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Giuliani stops in Augusta

Updated: 04/12/2007 - Presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani was in Augusta today, and while he was here he decided to pay a visit to firefighters to say thank you for Augusta's part in New York's recovery after 9/11.

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Downtown GreenJackets stadium proposed

Updated: 04/10/2007 - Downtown Augusta could soon have a new landmark, if the mayor gets his way. Tuesday, Mayor Deke Copenhaver announced a committee to look into building a stadium for the Augusta GreenJackets downtown.

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Health care an issue in choosing new city pension plan

Updated: 04/10/2007 - New changes may be on the way for those of you planning to retire from the city of Augusta. An information meeting was held Monday night to discuss changes to the current pension plan.

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Commission says no to south Augusta mixed-income housing

Updated: 04/09/2007 - Plans for a public housing development in south Augusta hit a roadblock today. Augusta commissioners now say they don't want the development built there. In March, several homeowners went to a meeting to protest the plans.

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Masters business may not save Golf Hall of Fame

Updated: 04/05/2007 - Masters Week is one of the busiest of the year for the Georgia Golf Hall of Fame's Botanical Gardens, but will it be enough to keep the downtown attraction from shutting down for good?

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Augusta hopes to woo new businesses with Red Carpet Tour

Updated: 04/05/2007 - City leaders certainly know the Masters is a way to get the bigwigs in town, and the hope is they'll fall in love with Augusta and want to stay here...or at least bring their businesses here.

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Another District 10 candidate

Updated: 06/18/2007 - There's another candidate in what is a very crowded field for Georgia's 10th Congressional District. Erik Underwood announced today he's a candidate for Charlie Norwood's seat in the US House.

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Augusta considers selling ad space on city buses

Updated: 03/23/2007 - Augusta is considering renting ad space on city buses. To get a better idea of the possible revenue, the city is looking at successes in other, similar sized cities. It could mean up to $75,000 more a year.

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No smoking ban for North Augusta

Posted: 03/20/2007 - North Augusta has snuffed out talks of a smoking ban for now. Monday night they decided not to move on a ban, hoping to avoid lawsuits other towns in the state have seen.

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SC considers requiring abortion patients to view ultrasounds

Posted: 03/20/2007 - South Carolina is taking up an issue that's also moving through the Georgia Legislature. Governor Mark Sanford says he supports a plan to require women seeking abortions to see an ultrasound of the fetus.

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Controversy at Commission meeting

Updated: 03/20/2007 - There was a large turnout at Tuesday afternoon's Augusta Commission meeting. Some are crying foul about the punishment given to Tom Beck. Neighbors also spoke out about proposed public housing in south Augusta.

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Committee approves $5 million for new dental school

Posted: 03/19/2007 - There's good news in the form of $5 million cash for MCG's new dental school. The Georgia House Appropriations Committee voted in favor of giving the Medical College's new dental school the $5 million it was asking for.

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Whitehead proposes renaming Dental School for Norwood

Updated: 06/18/2007 - State Senator Jim Whitehead (R-Evans) today introduced legislation to pave the way for renaming the School of Dentistry at the Medical College of Georgia for the late U.S. Representative Charlie Norwood, DDS.

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Judge rules against DBE for second time

Updated: 03/15/2007 - An order from a federal judge may change the way the city of Augusta does business. US District Judge B. Avant Edenfield ruled to temporarily stop the program designed to help certain small businesses.

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Augusta Recreation and Parks director suspended without pay

Updated: 03/14/2007 - Augusta Recreation and Parks director Tom Beck has been suspended for ten days without pay, effective immediately. Beck has come under fire in recent months after allegations of harassment and discrimination from his employees.

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