Updated: 04/29/2011 - Your smartphone might be a little too smart. It can record information you might not want it to record, and that information could end up in the wrong hands.
Updated: 03/01/2011 - On any average day in Georgia, there are as many as 20,000 juveniles sitting in jail. It's a problem that one rehab home in Vidalia, Georgia has been battling for fifty years now. And for the first time on camera, News 12 is getting an inside look at the Paul Anderson Youth Home.
Updated: 02/25/2011 - He confessed to killing his disabled mother, then he said he didn't do it. One jury convicted him, but at a second trial he was set free. So who killed Meridith Guy? For the first time Tom Chumley is telling his story, and he's telling it only to News 12.
Updated: 02/25/2011 - Eight years ago this week, a disabled grandmother was gunned down in her Columbia County home. After suspicious behavior, her son became the prime suspect. Now for the first time Tom Chumley is telling his story, and he's telling it only to News 12.
Updated: 12/17/2010 - Right now, there is no permanent adoption agency in Augusta, but there are local places women can go to have an abortion. That's why a non-profit group out of Macon wants to set up shop here. Volunteers say there's a void in our community when it comes to choice, and they need you to help fill it.
Updated: 11/30/2010 - On Thursday, November 25, News 12 aired a half-hour special compiling our investigation into an alleged black market for babies in Augusta.
Updated: 09/24/2010 - For more than a year now, News 12 has been investigating an alleged black market for babies in Augusta, and we've received phone calls from all over the country. Two of those calls were from Augusta women who turned out to be mother and daughter.
Updated: 05/21/2010 - It was an unthinkable murder. A 15-year old guns down his family. Now Eric Poole is free, paroled after serving his time.
Updated: 05/17/2010 - You can buy fake weed, spice, K2 or Mojo in smoke shops in Georgia and South Carolina. It's marketed as an incense but users like "Chad" are smoking it for a legal high.
Updated: 05/11/2010 - Not very far from Augusta, future federal agents are training for a very dangerous mission. They're getting ready for a career where their own lives will be at risk investigating all kinds of crime.
Updated: 05/10/2010 - Only on 12, we take you to the only place in the nation where the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearm's next generation is getting ready to hit the streets.
Updated: 04/29/2010 - The Georgia Department of Agriculture commissioner admits our News 12 investigation did more than find forgotten formula on the local store shelves. Tommy Irvin says we found a problem with the entire system.
Updated: 03/25/2010 - Sometimes, you meet someone who inspires you. Really inspires you. That happened to me recently, so I just had to share his story with you, and today is a very fitting day to introduce you to Poppa Daddy.