Augusta commissioners are split down the middle on whether or not to renegotiate their ambulance contract with Gold Cross.
For now, you can park just about anywhere in downtown Augusta and not worry about a ticket.
The company running Augusta's bus service is suing the city. Mobility wants to get its contract renewed and stop anyone else from getting it, but city leaders say this won't stop them from going forward with their plans.
The Waynesboro City Council hosted its first town hall meeting ever on Monday. Members agreed that setting an hour aside before the regular meeting would allow people to address their concerns.
A News 12 investigation exposes middle school parties at Aiken City Hall, and what we uncovered shows these parties led to fights, damage to the building and lost business for nearby vendors. Now, the City of Aiken is taking action. The city addressed News 12's story during a council meeting.
Women today are not only in the office -- they are running them. More and more women are going into public office as well.
There's a business exemption for trailer parks, family apartment units bigger than four and churches."There's a second exemption for long driveways. If you live more than 300 feet from the road, you have the option to participate or not," said Environmental Director Mark Johnson.
The Public Safety Committee grilled Fire Chief Chris James about the expired air cylinders, buying a new fire truck and his involvement with getting a new ambulance contract for the city.
There's a two-hour parking time limit in downtown Augusta that could be changing soon. It presents a problem for some businesses and their employees who have nowhere to park.
The deal to relocate the GreenJackets to North Augusta was on life support, but now, city leaders are reviving their hopes. They've drawn up a new financing plan, but they'll have to be approved by the school board and county council first. News 12's Chad Mills sits down with the mayor to find out more about the new plan.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal had just walked off the stage at the James Brown Arena and was about to board his plane when he sat down for a one-on-one with News 12 at Daniel Field.
A private company and the Richmond County Sheriff's office could be teaming up to keep you safe downtown.
News 12 uncovered a string of lights not working on the Riverwalk Tuesday night. Some wonder if better lighting could have prevented a couple from being brutally attacked there last weekend.
More lighting, cameras and deputies could be coming to downtown Augusta. Commissioners discussed having the administrator, the IT Department and Sheriff's Office come up with a plan.
Former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford has redeemed a political career sidelined by scandal by winning his old congressional seat.
Recent violence in downtown Augusta has a lot of local leaders asking if surveillance cameras could have prevented the violence -- or at least help catch those responsible.
The congressman from Augusta issued a statement Tuesday saying he will seek re-election to the House next year in eastern Georgia's 12th District, a seat Barrow has held since 2004.
On Monday, City Council members selected Augustus Palmer III as the new top cop. The vote was three to one with two council members not attending the meeting.
Sweeping changes are coming to Georgia's juvenile justice system. Gov. Nathan Deal made it all official when he signed a new law today.
The Richmond County Tax Office has a warning for you: Pay your property taxes. The office says they have given individuals extra time to pay because of the sluggish economy.
It's a critical tool firefighters use to be able to breathe inside a burning building. The Augusta Firefighters Association says oxygen tanks aren't being properly inspected and it could put them in danger.
The future of ice hockey in Augusta continues to hang in the balance. The floor at the James Brown Arena is still not working properly.
Tyrone Tablada turned in his resignation on Tuesday, making him the seventh officer to do this in just the last couple of months. It started with an incident at a local auto parts store.
While there was a lot of good news to talk about at the presidential address, there were some topics Dr. Ricardo Azziz would not discuss.
It's been a little more than 100 days since Augusta State and Georgia Health Sciences University officially became one. Dr. Ricardo Azziz addressed students and staff on Tuesday during his presidential address.
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