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One student taken to hospital, four charged after Hephzibah High School fight

A student was taken to the hospital Monday after being involved in a fight at Hephzibah High School.


A local nurse owes her life to a young girl just out of school.


The Lighthouse Care Center is responding after more allegations of sexual assault happening at their center.



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Commencement speaker tells Morehouse graduating class he’ll pay off their student loan debt


South Carolina Representative Ronnie Young dies at 71


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