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Special Assignment: Germ Concern

Posted: 02/01/2007 - Germs are everywhere, and they are getting stronger. And there's an old bug with a potentially deadly new strain out in our community. This staph infection has a dangerous new gene making it resistant to our common antibiotics.

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Special Assignment: Christian Rock

Posted: 02/01/2007 - They're rockin' the house of God--and the number of Christian bands right here in the CSRA might surprise you. It's where gospel meets rock and roll. In this News 12 Special Assignment, we examine the message in their music.

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Special Assignment: Interstate Prostitutes

Posted: 02/01/2007 - Hundreds of thousands of women across the country are forced to work as truck stop prostitutes. The pimps keep the girls on the move…and the interstate brings the industry right through our area.

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Special Assignment: Driving Deaf

Updated: 08/16/2010 - It happens to the people who drive fire trucks every day: people not pulling over or even slowing down for them to pass. Oftentimes, it's because car stereos are simply louder than the sirens.

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Special Assignment: The Doll Test

Posted: 02/01/2007 - News 12 recreated the Doll Test, first performed by a civil rights activist in the 1940s and 50s, here in Augusta. It is alarming how little seems to have changed in 50 years.

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Special Assignment: Mystery in the Sky

Posted: 02/01/2007 - They're here almost every day of the week, training just overhead. They're flying over our neighborhoods, schools and shopping centers. Tonight, in a News 12 Special Assignment, you'll see who's behind this mystery in the sky.

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Special Assignment: Protecting Your Valuables

Posted: 02/01/2007 - This year there were almost 2000 burglaries in Richmond County. In this Special Assignment, News 12 shows you how they're getting a hold of your hidden valuables.

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Special Assignment: The Search for Sex

Posted: 02/01/2007 - You probably worry about protecting your children when they're out of sight...but what about keeping them safe in your own home? We'll show you never-before-seen evidence of how quickly predators zero in on the search for sex.

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Special Assignment: The iPod Generation

Posted: 02/01/2007 - It's easy to adjust the volume on an iPod. But it gets loud, and that's a problem. It can be a serious strain on young ears, and even cause permanent damage.

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Special Assignment: Home Sweet Home?

Posted: 02/01/2007 - According to the FBI, a burglary occurs every 15.4 seconds across the country. Are you doing everything you can to keep you and your family safe?

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Special Assignment: 911 At Your Service

Posted: 02/01/2007 - If you or a loved one is in danger, you want help as quickly as possible...but a quick response isn't easy when phone lines are tied up. Local 911 centers say a majority of the calls coming in aren't real emergencies.

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Special Assignment: The Price of Perks

Posted: 02/01/2007 - City gas cards. Your tax money, paying for commissioners to get around. This News 12 investigation looks at the rules and who's playing by them when it comes to your cash.

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Special Assignment: Speeding in School Zones

Posted: 02/01/2007 - It's a place you'd least expect drivers to speed up: school zones. Especially when flashing lights and speed limit signs are warning people to slow down.

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Special Assignment: No Delivery Zone

Posted: 02/01/2007 - It's something most of us take for granted. We can pick up a phone and order a pizza whenever we want. But for some people in Augusta, that's not an option. And many of those people who can't get pizza have one thing in common: they live in an Augusta Housing Authority home.

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Special Assignment: Dangerous Sports

Posted: 02/01/2007 - Summer sports are kicking into high gear, and more time outside means more chances to get hurt. In a News 12 Special Assignment, Stephanie Baker tells us about mistakes children in all sports make.

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Special Assignment: Crack Pipes for Sale

Posted: 02/01/2007 - To the unknowing eye, it looks like a small gift or collectable. But anyone who's been around drugs knows what it really is: a crack pipe. News 12's Kristen Cosby has been investigating the small glass tubes sold in local convenience stores.

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Special Assignment: Identity Theft, Part 2

Posted: 02/01/2007 - You might be throwing away your identity without even knowing it. The trouble with your trash is...out of sight, out of mind. But do you ever think about where it ends up? In recycling centers...where we found many of you are trashing your identity.

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Special Assignment: MySpace

Posted: 02/01/2007 - In a News 12 Special Assignment, we went undercover into a world made easy for online predators. We logged on to MySpace.com, a website thousands of members strong, to expose the dangers of this popular place.

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Special Assignment: Where's the Love?

Posted: 02/01/2007 - If there is one name that's synonymous with Augusta, it's James Brown. He's said to have influenced civil rights and defined what we know as R&B music today...but for a man loved by millions worldwide, it's often asked: where is the love right here in his hometown?

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Special Assignment: Deconstructing The Da Vinci Code

Posted: 02/01/2007 - It's a film that can blur the lines between fact, fiction, and faith, and it's stirring a national debate even before it hits the theatres this Friday. In a News 12 Special Assignment, we look at what local clergy and academic leaders have to say about The Da Vinci Code.

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Special Assignment: Identity Theft

Posted: 02/01/2007 - It's the ultimate target for thieves, and you're making it way too easy for them. As you'll see in this News 12 Special Assignment, your identity is up for grabs. It's up to you to keep what's truly yours.

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Special Assignment: Real-Life CSI

Posted: 02/01/2007 - You see the characters on CSI use high tech gadgets to solve cases week after week. In a News 12 Special Assignment, Stephanie Baker takes us behind the scenes of a real-life investigation.

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Special Assignment: Losing Ground

Posted: 02/01/2007 - The Georgia Department of Transportation's Savannah River Parkway is a massive road project--156 miles long, costing more than $12 million. When it's finished it will be four lanes from Augusta to Savannah. But some people living along the project say they're paying a high price for the progress.

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