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More officers, surveillance cameras in the works for Project Jackson

Posted: 09/20/2013 - Project Jackson has cleared some big hurdles. But now, we're learning more about how they'll make the possible new development more secure, and that crime-fighting plan includes some cutting-edge technology. News 12's Chad Mills is finding out more.

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Representative: SCDOT responsible for road safety hazard

Updated: 09/19/2013 - Some people have harsh words for a road project in Aiken County. A state lawmaker even calls the project "amateur." The project is supposed to realign Railroad Street in Bath behind the post office. It'll also connect Railroad Street to a number of homes on Church Street and Front Street.

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Augusta Probationers could be due a big refund

Updated: 09/19/2013 - "They told me I had to be turned away, because they have something going on with their system. They had to wait until the judge cleared something," said Probationer Alex Smith.

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Hyde Park moving has cost Augusta $1 million so far

Hyde Park flooding

Updated: 09/19/2013 - After years of fighting, some people living in Hyde Park finally got the keys to their new homes. Several of the renters have been moved out and now it's the homeowners turn.

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Aiken Co approves TIF for Project Jackson

Updated: 09/18/2013 - The City of North Augusta is one step closer in making Project Jackson a realty. News12 was at Aiken County Council meeting and breaks down on what happened. The meeting didn't take as long as many expected--- but that doesn't mean there weren't any surprises when it comes to paying for North Augusta's Riverfront dream.

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Augusta Mayor has advice for those seeking his seat

Updated: 09/17/2013 - It's still more than a year away, but the ballot continues to grow. News12 sat down with Augusta Mayor Deke Copenhaver to find out his advice for those wanting his office.

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Sheriff and Fire Chief ask for pay raises for employees

Updated: 09/13/2013 - Both the sheriff and the fire chief asked five percent raises for employees. They say the employees have not had a raise in five years and cost of living has increased. It also keeps them from being competitive around the state.

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Guitar Pull fans sleep outside for tickets

Updated: 09/12/2013 - Dozens of country music fans are camping right now at the James Brown Arena. They're determined to be among the first to get their hands on tickets for the Guitar Pull which go on sale Saturday morning at 10.

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Aiken Co. Council asks DHEC to deny chicken farm permit

Updated: 09/11/2013 - A plan to build a chicken farm near an Aiken County community is still ruffling some feathers, but opponents have scored a victory. Within the next few days, Aiken County will send a letter to the state telling them to deny the chicken farm's permit. But as News 12's Chad Mills tells us the fight for some neighbors isn't over.

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Multiple Aiken Co. ambulances break-down, one carrying patient

Aiken County EMS

Updated: 09/09/2013 - It continues to be a life and death situation in Aiken County. In the past two weeks, we've investigated Aiken County EMS' aging ambulance fleet. Tonight, we're learning about some serious incidents that happened just this weekend. News 12's Chad Mills learned multiple ambulances broke down, one of them with a small, sick child in the back.

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