Updated: 10/30/2013 - A News 12 investigation shows local stores are dropping the ball when it comes to the safety of your children, and what we've uncovered could change a state law. More than 3 years ago, News 12 exposed a widespread problem after we were able to buy expired baby formula, and a lot of it, in Richmond, Columbia, and Aiken Counties. In 2010, every store promised to fix this, but we found the problem is still on store shelves. Once again, we're on your side, asking why the system in place to protect your babies is still broken.
Updated: 05/22/2013 - The panic to find your loved one before something happens can be overwhelming, but one organization is making the process a little easier. They use a radio frequency tracking system to help find people who have a tendency to wander, and it's free for those who need it.
Updated: 05/02/2013 - For the past few months, News 12 has investigated wild middle school parties at Aiken City Hall. A video we got our hands on shows middle schoolers cussing, flashing gang signs and disturbing the peace. One downtown merchant even tells us these parties are driving off customers at his business nearby.
Updated: 04/29/2013 - Most every parent with a teenager knows what it feels like to watch the clock and wait for curfew. Even if you trust your child, there are a lot of teens you don't trust. There are also a lot of temptations and pressures, and a good kid can change their life in a second with one bad decision.