Savannah River Site retirees packed the USC Aiken Etherredge Center on Tuesday. Many are upset about cuts to their health care plans. News 12's Chad Mills talked with some former employees, who say the changes are a threat to their futures.
The Obama administration's budget slashes funding for a plutonium reprocessing project in South Carolina and questions the viability of the multi-billion-dollar effort.
Hitchcock Woods in Aiken is one of the largest urban forests in the country, and even though it's privately owned, anyone can hike, walk a dog, or ride a horse there. But there's a problem that's been around for a while. Stormwater runoff is causing parts of the park to crumble away.
It's the area's largest employer, but a wave of furloughs has hit about a quarter of the workers at Savannah River Site. As a local chamber president and congressman fight back, some businesses in Aiken County are bracing for lost revenue.
Apple is set for a possible summer launch of the next iPhone, rather than a fall launch like the last two models, according to a report Tuesday in The Wall Street Journal.
Two Augusta men have created a smartphone app that works on virtually every car and helps save money on gas.
A manufacturing meeting wrapped up Friday in Aiken, and leaders left with a list of new ideas. But there are still some big hurdles to overcome. With all the jobs we have popping up Aiken County, there aren't many locals who have the skills to fill them.
A new government report includes more bad news for the MOX facility, which is currently under construction at Savannah River Site, and the news comes at a bad time -- during the government's sequester.
Some neighbors in an Aiken County community are still fighting against a planned chicken farm. Many tell News 12 they don't want it across the street from where they live. The proposed chicken houses will be the topic of a hearing in Columbia on Thursday.
A local man says a scam nearly took him for a ride, and now he is warning you.
A new group forms in Aiken to stop nuclear waste from being dumped at Savannah River Site. A new study was released, too, and it addresses how it would impact our area.
A NASA spokesman says something went wrong this morning during a computer software update on the station. The outpost abruptly lost all communication with Houston.
Burger King hasn't really been sold to McDonald's, despite what it says on Burger King's Twitter feed today.
David Willis, Steven Creek Community Church's teaching pastor, had his marriage-dedicated Facebook page hacked.
The megarock will pass within 17,000 miles of the planet -- the closest known approach ever for an object of this size. But NASA scientists said Thursday there's no reason to worry.
If you watched the big game on a new Samsung Smart TV, there is a possibility that your TV could be watching you!
"FBI" virus hitting people in the CSRA.
Apple Inc.'s stock has been falling since an earnings report on Wednesday. It fell another 1.8 percent on Friday to $442.60 for a market capitalization of $415.6 billion.
The phone giant is pushing "It Can Wait" campaign in school. Now the company is taking another step towards preventing texting and driving in form of an app.
If you've been holding onto your old computer because you're worried about polluting the environment or risking your personal information, the wait is over.
You know killing someone in real life is not OK, but what if it's pretend? Well, kids do it all the time, and don't think twice when they play violent video games.
At issue is whether users' photos can be part of advertisements, on and off Instagram. The mobile photo-sharing company said in a blog post Tuesday that it has no plans to put users' photos in advertisements.
No more face-to-face visits for inmates at the jail, but officials say it's all about safety. News 12 got an inside look at the Aiken County Detention Center where webcams are becoming the trend.
If you do "like" something, make sure it isn't spam. All you have to do is hold your mouse of the posts and check out the web address that pops up at the bottom of your screen.
Work continues on what will soon be the largest nuclear generating station in the country. On Thursday afternoon, News 12 got an exclusive hard hat tour of the construction at Plant Vogtle.
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