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Eating burgers will help local kids

Updated: 04/19/2013 - Fire up those grills, the CSRA Burger Battle is almost here. Tuesday's event will raise money for the local Boys and Girls Club.

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NY teacher who assigned Nazi letter put on leave

Posted: 04/13/2013 - New York school district officials have placed a high school English teacher on leave for having students pretend to be Jew-hating Nazis in a writing assignment.

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Dr. Frank Roberson stands behind his reprimands

Updated: 04/04/2013 - Richmond County School Superintendent Dr. Frank Roberson is telling 12, he follows the law in the way discipline is given out. PTA President Monique Braswell says the opposite.

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What happens when school officials behave badly?

Posted: 04/03/2013 - "If someone get caught doing something illegal the same punishment should be given out. It shouldn't be about who we like and the color of their skin," said Braswell.

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Mom says bat problem at local middle school making child sick

Updated: 04/03/2013 - Cleanup is underway tonight at a middle school after bats and their droppings were discovered inside the ceiling. Now we've learned the problem got so bad last week, students in one class had to move outside for the day. News 12's Christie Ethridge reports one mom says this isn't just gross -- it's making her daughter sick.

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GRU Augusta unveils new athletic logos

GRU Athletics

Posted: 04/03/2013 - Spectators will see more than just great sports play in the 2013-14 Georgia Regents University Jaguars Athletics’ season; they’ll see a whole new look in team apparel.

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Greenbrier soccer players learn their fate

 18 varsity soccer players suspended from Greenbrier High for alleged drug, alcohol use

Updated: 03/29/2013 - Sixteen of the 18 Greenbrier High School students involved with drinking alcohol while on a school trip learned their fate Friday morning.

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GRU Augusta celebrates LBGT Health Awareness Week

Posted: 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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GRU holds community forum to talk about new tobacco policy

Updated: 03/21/2013 - It began with a kickoff at noon outside the student activity center and continued with a community forum giving students and faculty both for and against the policy a chance to speak. Out of around 4,500 universities across the nation GRU will be one of just 767 that are tobacco free.

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GRU announces new tobacco policy for campus

Updated: 03/20/2013 - March 20th is National Kick Butts Day. Almost 1,300 events were planned across the country to motivate people to quit smoking and using tobacco products.

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