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Will CADI make a return?

Commissioners are deciding what to do about the future of the CADI program. (WRDW-TV)

Updated: 04/02/2013 - Augusta commissioners will hear from both sides on the Clean Augusta Downtown initiative, known as CADI, Tuesday night.

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Local lawmaker files bill to stop 'Masters' rental tax in SC


Updated: 03/28/2013 - It's a story News 12 first told you about. The South Carolina Department of Revenue is trying to make money off Masters rentals in North Augusta and beyond with a new tax. A lawmaker is trying to stop that tax.

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GRU Augusta celebrates LBGT Health Awareness Week

Updated: 03/27/2013 - For the second year, GRU Augusta has hosted its LGBT Health Awareness Week, and Wednesday's topic was focused on the transgender community, but one current news issue could not be ignored.

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Gingrey announces US Senate bid

Phil Gingrey

Updated: 03/27/2013 - The Marietta Republican launched his campaign in Augusta, where he grew up and later attended medical school. The 70-year-old was flanked by his wife, mother and brothers.

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Are Aiken city leaders breaking the law with recent opinion?


Updated: 03/27/2013 - Is the City of Aiken breaking the law? That's the question some city council members want answered. It all stems from a new opinion that puts restrictions on council members when they visit city employees.

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Controversial Aiken chicken house to face one final hurdle

Aiken Chicken Farm

Updated: 03/20/2013 - Some neighbors in an Aiken County community are still fighting against a planned chicken farm. Many tell News 12 they don't want it across the street from where they live. The proposed chicken houses will be the topic of a hearing in Columbia on Thursday.

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CADI taken off commission's meeting agenda

Commissioners are deciding what to do about the future of the CADI program. (WRDW-TV)

Updated: 03/19/2013 - With less than a month until the Masters, it looks like a well-known CADI wants to come back to Augusta -- but not the club-carrying kind.

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Public service commissioner talks Vogtle, rate increases for customers

Tim Echols (WRDW-TV)

Posted: 03/15/2013 - Georgia Public Service Commissioner Tim Echols says pouring the concrete shows about a 30 percent completion of the reactor, a big milestone for Vogtle. But the project is still behind schedule and that extra year could mean more money out of your pocket.

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