Edgefield County's former school superintendent is suing the school board for racial discrimination and breach of contract. The school board president calls the allegations "absolutely ridiculous."
Updated: 1:05 PM
At this time next year, Columbia County will have two brand new schools. Work is underway to rebuild Evans Elementary School and Columbia Middle School.
Updated: 6:02 PM
Board members voted to fire Crenshaw last October. They said they were not happy with her leadership during her three years in office.
Updated: 6:43 PM
GHSU President Dr. Ricardo Azziz is one of 36 professionals nominated to be the next president of the University of Florida.
Updated: 7:25 PM
After recovering from brain surgery and working part-time, Richmond County school superintendent Dr. Frank Roberson kept his full-time job after doctors say he can do the work.
Posted: 11:50 AM
Many kids in middle school weren't even 3 years old. Those in elementary school were not even born. News 12 went into the classrooms to see just how they see 9/11.
Updated: 7:13 PM
News 12 will keep you updated on this story as more information comes into the newsroom.
Updated: 7:50 PM
Boys and Girls clubs across Augusta are filled to capacity some even having waiting lists, but a new grant they received is helping them out.
Updated: 2:33 PM
Students at USC Aiken are adjusting to the new school year -- and a new leader. Dr. Sandra Jordan is the first female chancellor to lead the university in its 51-year history.
Posted: 1:55 PM
Dozens of people came to have their questions answered, but as you may guess, the number one question still: is the new name final?
Updated: 12:40 PM
Vice President of Finance Eric Eaton is proposing a freeze on hiring and an across-the-board 7 percent budget cut to get the institution back on track.
Posted: 2:53 PM
A mother turns to News 12 On Your Side to get help with transportation to an after-school program.
Updated: 7:16 PM
He lives in a pineapple under the sea. Spongebob Squarepants! But, what many people don't know is what else Spongebob is affiliated with. News 12's Christie Ethridge reports how a popular child's cartoon could represent more than you realize.
Posted: 2:10 PM
Fox Creek High School and Aiken Technical College are teaming up to prepare students for the workforce.
Updated: 3:18 PM
The man accused of trying to run over an Aiken County deputy Wednesday has been captured.
Updated: 1:33 PM
According to a police report, two students at Lakeside High School made the allegations against the custodian last week.
Updated: 1:01 PM
State Superintendent Dr. John Barge was supposed to be here but got sick. His staff was here instead, and they say picking on public schools has become "a blood sport."
Updated: 12:23 PM
The 131-year-old historically black college is more than $30 million in debt. It was facing foreclosure next month after investors called $13 million worth of bonds tied to the school.
Posted: 11:53 AM
When News 12's Meredith Anderson went to talk to him about it, his media representative stepped in and said he'd go on camera, but the name was off limits.
Updated: 7:53 PM
In February, News 12 got dozens of calls, e-mails, and Facebook messages about bullying at Leavelle McCampbell Middle School in Graniteville. The administration denied there's a problem, but we're now hearing from parents who pulled their kids from the school.
Updated: 7:55 PM
Members of the Board of Regents were in town for the GHSU Board of Directors meeting days after students staged a formal protest of the new name for Augusta's "New U."
Updated: 7:48 PM
2012 is being called a "banner year" for donations for the soon to be merged Augusta State and Georgia Health Sciences University.
Updated: 7:07 PM
The school's associate director of law enforcement and safety, Scott Prill, says there is no reason to think the student was planning an attack.
Updated: 2:37 PM
With a new regulation-size gym that holds more than 1,000 people and a brand new wing with nine classrooms dedicated to middle schoolers, room isn't a problem anymore.
Updated: 12:23 PM
The commission adopted a resolution Tuesday night requesting the Board of Regents to "reconsider" the name of Georgia Regents University.
Posted: 12:23 PM
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