Cleveland Garrison is feeling as empty as his church. "I didn't know what to think. I couldn't believe what I was seeing, " he said as he looked around his stark sanctuary.
One man's trash is another man's treasure, and a lot of your trash becomes the treasure of an Aiken man. It's treasure that creates jobs and a cleaner environment.
The investigation into the beating death of an Augusta inmate is not over --more than six months after the 19-year-old died. News 12 is uncovering new information about critical minutes the state lost to possibly save his life.
Claude O'Donovan is part of the prepper movement, and he showed News 12's Laura Warren around his home.
Tony Johnson is very much alive but the VA declared him dead and sennt his ex-wife widow's pay.
In this News 12 special assignment, Sheli Muniz takes a look at how former racing dogs are giving inmates a new "leash" on life.
Dieters who have tried the diet say they experienced rapid weight loss, but there's a debate among doctors in the medical community about whether it actually works.
A 14-year-old boy says most parents would be shocked to learn what happens in the hallways. That's why he's shining a spotlight on spice in a News 12 Special Assignment.
It started as a concern on Facebook, but now, parents and students of an Aiken County Middle School are talking to News 12.
James Brown's daughters Deanna and Venisha are back in Augusta after attending Whitney Houston's funeral. They are now singing, crying, and revealing their personal family connection for the first time.
Aiken Department of Public Safety Chief Charles Barranco sits down with News 12 for his first interview since Officer Sandy Rogers was gunned down. It was also his first interview as chief. He doesn't even have pictures on the wall in his office yet. He was going to hang those Saturday, but Saturday morning, he heard something that changed everything.
It was an emotional day for Aiken as the city buried another public safety officer in just over a month.
Only on 12, News 12's Katie Beasley follows up with a closer look at the changes.
Her fingers tell a story in a language they speak fluently, and 90-year-old Helga Hulse feels every word she coaxes out of every note.