Rap music has its critics, and recently there's been an organized campaign from civil rights leaders to clean it up. In a special assignment, Jonathan Martin looks at the images of women used in the songs and the videos, and its effect on how they are viewed.
The Reverend Jerry Falwell is dead. Now family, friends, and fellow believers are mourning their loss. Falwell was a well known televangelist, spiritual leader, and political player who didn't separate church and state.
It's been nearly a year since someone killed Isaiah Selman and dumped his body on the side of a road near the Bobby Jones Expressway. Maybe you can help solve the only unsolved murder from 2006 in Richmond County.
When it comes to teaching our kids to read, one local school has it figured out. In Mrs. Wright's second grade class, learning to read and write has never been so much fun...and the right answers just keep coming.
There have been lots of food recalls in recent weeks, but experts say the real danger isn't the food you buy...it's where you put it. Your refrigerator might look clean, but experts say it's actually your dirty secret.
It's hard to believe our handbags could be dripping with bacteria, but think for a moment how many places your purse has been: the car, the floor, the kitchen table and counters, the stairs. News 12 put your purses to the test.
Augusta's own Air-Med has been called a lifesaver in the sky. It's a helicopter service for emergency patients who are miles away from a hospital. News 12 talked to a man who learned firsthand how valuable it really is.
It's no secret: Augusta's had some big budget problems over the years. Most of it's been blamed on bad bookkeeping and unexpected lawsuits. But some leaders think employees stealing money is becoming a main factor.
About four years ago, family practitioner Dr. William Rivell and other family practice physicians noticed an alarming trend: more and more patients without health insurance. They decided to do something to help.