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Power outages, trees down, possible fires sparked by storm

Columbia County dispatch confirms they are receiving multiple calls about storm related damage.


Officials continue to work a water main break at Doug Barnard Parkway by the Augusta Regional Airport.


Five days after a crazy storm hit the CSRA, some residents of Ponderosa Drive in Aiken County are still without power and air conditioning.



Check out these awesome events happening across the CSRA this weekend!


CSRA summer camps open to kids and teens this year!


I-Team Investigations


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Thrive Everyday: Ga Cancer Center


Lost pets across the CSRA


Coroner identifies man found in SC pond with gator bite marks on body


WEATHER ALERT: Monday brings high heat index for most of CSRA



Teachers can get free boat rides on the Augusta Canal during the month of July


VA health care facilities go smoke-free nationwide


What to know about the I-20 bridge work


Veteran steps on used syringe inside FL hotel room


Fire breaks out at North Augusta home soon after power restored from storm


Cam Newton denied seat with extra legroom after offering passenger $1,500 for it


Missing college student disappears after Lyft ride in Utah


Summer camps kick off in style at Augusta Prep


Crane collapses in Savannah, two people in critical condition


How to help storm damage victims through The Red Cross


July 4th events across the CSRA


North Augusta man is paying it forward by helping to clean up storm damage


Columbia Co. fire hydrant testing and flushing starts Tuesday


11-year-old girl killed in Anderson Co. drive-by shooting


2020 Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg holds town hall in North Augusta


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