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Aiken County

Aiken County Council making changes this year

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Tuesday night’s Aiken County Council meeting didn't’t take long for the eight elected officials to highlight their new initiatives for the year.City Administrator Clay Killian said Wednesday, that the Council meeting gave the elected officials a chance to present their case for the 2014 and 2015 fiscal year. More>>

StormTracker News

National Weather Service hopes to cut down on number of tornado warnings issued Video included

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We all know tornadoes can be very dangerous, and National Weather Service meteorologists, along with our StormTracker weather team do the best we can to warn you of tornadoes in advance, but as Meteorologist Rich Rogers explains, the National Weather Service is seeking to cut back on the number of tornado warnings issued. More>>

Aiken County

Savannah River National Lab celebrates 10 years, plans for new missions

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It’s an exciting day for the Savannah River Site as its national laboratory celebrates its 10 year anniversary. The lab does research that can be used in different products around the world.
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Aiken County

New Mill on Park open to media for a sneak peek Video included

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The Mill on Park, a downtown Aiken office community will open its doors to the media for a sneak peek, Wednesday. The Mill is a new office space ready for local businesses to move in, conveniently located on Park Avenue and Laurens Street, in the heart of downtown Aiken.The space is expected to attract entrepreneurs looking to grow their businesses.
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Crime Alert

Richmond County shooting sends 1 to the hospital

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Richmond County investigators have just cleared the scene of an early morning shooting.

It happened around 5:30am on the 3800 block of Belair Road.




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Georgia

30,000 E-Z-GO products recalled

E-Z-GO TXT model golf cart, one several recalled by the Consumer Product Safety Commission on April 22, 2014. (CPSC) E-Z-GO TXT model golf cart, one several recalled by the Consumer Product Safety Commission on April 22, 2014. (CPSC)
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The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission says a recall has been issued for 30,000 E-Z-GO products.The recall, effective Tuesday, was issued for some E-Z-GO golf cars, shuttles and off-road utility vehicles due to the products posing a potential crash hazard.Officials say the steering wheel nut on the products might not be tightened sufficiently, which could reduce the driver’s steering control and cause a crash. Consumers should stop using the products immediately.So far, one inci... More>>

Georgia

Grand jury: Deadly use of force unauthorized

A grand jury has determined that a police officer's use of force in the fatal shooting of a teenager by a police officer was not authorized. More>>

Georgia

Governor Deal set to sign gun bill

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Georgia's Governor is expected to sign a controversial gun bill Wednesday.At noon,Governor Nathan Deal is scheduled to sign what some criticshave labeled"the most extreme gun bill in America."Licensed gun owners in the state will now be allowed to take their weapons into more public places, including bars and government buildings.Tthe new law also authorizes school districts to appoint staffers to carry firearms and churches to "opt-in" if they want to allow weapons.Permit holders who acciden... More>>

Richmond County

Blocker-Adams: Lawsuit challenging election date doesn’t give black people enough credit Video included

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A group of local state representatives is suing Richmond County for moving local, non partisan elections like Mayor from November to May’s Primary Election. The lawsuit was filed Friday by the ACLU and it alleges that moving local nonpartisan elections violates the Voting Rights Act and lowers minority turnout to the polls.
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Richmond County

New Museum in the works for Hickman Park?

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Hickman Park could become more than just a playground for children in the Summerville area.Hickman Park has been a stomping ground for children for generations. Many parents bring their children to the park because of the different amenities the park has to offer. More>>

Aiken County

Aiken County starts phase 2 of new government center move Video included

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Aiken County officials are gearing up for phase two of their move to a new government center. Tuesday, employees will continue to unpack boxes as they continue their move. Located at 1930 University Parkway, departments such as Planning and Development, Assessor, and Tax Collector, are scheduled to be moved in over the weekend.
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Georgia

Atlanta hosts summit on prescription drug abuse

Atlanta is set to host a national summit on prescription drug abuse. More>>

Political

Fact Check: RGA ad slams Sheheen’s legal work

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The national Republican Governors Association is going after South Carolina Democratic candidate Vincent Sheheen with a new TV ad that criticizes his work as a lawyer. More>>

Richmond County

Honoring the century-old Butt Bridge

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A ceremony was held Monday in honor of Augusta’s Butt's Memorial Bridge. The 100-year-old bridge is located on 15th street when it crosses over the Augusta Canal. More>>

AIken County

Governor Nikki Haley tours MOX, explores potential new missions at SRS

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South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley toured the Savannah River Site Monday, including a look at the MOX project, which is the focus of a lawsuit from the state against the Department of Energy.
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Health Check

Tuberculosis screenings at Hephzibah High School

Hephzibah High School Hephzibah High School
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Tuberculosis screenings have started for Hephzibah High students and staff. It was revealed last week that a student at Hephzibah High School tested positive for Tuberculosis. More>>

Richmond County

Investigators: Augusta vacant home fire seems suspicious

Investigators say the fire that destroyed this home seems suspicous. Investigators say the fire that destroyed this home seems suspicous.
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Richmond County fire investigators believe a fire that damaged two homes Monday afternoon seems suspicious. Crews were called out to Florence and Cedar Streets late Monday morning. It took a while of battling flames before they were able to go inside. More>>

Richmond County

Girl Scout Troops pay it forward in a creative way this Easter holiday Video included

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The Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia and their troop leader found a creative way to give back to the community this Easter holiday.The Girl Scout Troop made their rounds at Doctors Hospital passing out warm Easter hats to the newborn babies, Saturday. More>>

Georgia

Last day to register to vote

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Time is running out to register to vote for the May 20th's primary and non-partisan elections. Georgia residents have until the end of the business day, Monday, to register if they want to vote for state and local elections, including Augusta's mayoral race. If you haven’t registered yet there are still plenty of options out there for you.
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South Carolina

South Carolina towns and counties spur state to ban texting

A statewide texting-while-driving ban might soon be a reality for South Carolina, though many wonder whether it will be effective. More>>

News Alert

Lincoln County Sheriff's Office searching for missing woman

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The Lincoln County Sheriff's Office is searching for a missing woman. More>>

Aiken County

Aiken County to see park improvements Video included

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A study out of Clemson University ranked Aiken County last in the state in spending per capita for recreation.This is a statistic the Aiken Parks and Recreation Department hopes will soon be a distant memory.Mark Van Der Linden became the new Parks and Recreation Director eight months ago and he says improving the county parks has been a top priority for him since the beginning. More>>

Columbia County

Driver dies in Columbia County moped accident

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The driver of the moped in yesterday's accident in Columbia County has died.
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Restaurant Report Card

Restaurant Report Card 4/18/14

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This week's Restaurant Report Card showcases O'Donovan's Irish Pub located on Broad Street in downtown Augusta. More>>

South Carolina

South Carolina awaiting state unemployment figure for March

State officials will reveal if South Carolina's unemployment rate is continuing to fall. More>>

Pedestrian killed on Mike Padgett Highway

Police in Richmond County are investigating the death of a pedestrian who was struck by a minivan. More>>

Georgia

Georgia’s unemployment rate drops Video included

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New numbers are in for unemployment in the Peach state. Georgia's Department of Labor announced the unemployment rate declined to 7% in March.
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Columbia County

Columbia County is officially done with debris pickup

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Last week Richmond County finished it’s clean up from February's ice storm. Now, Columbia County has signed off on their pick up as well, but there’s still some work that needs to be done. Wednesday, contractor’s finished removed debris from all 48 zones in the county. In all, over 530,000 cubic yards were picked up. Now, contractors will be busy hauling all that debris out of the county.
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Atlanta Braves change policy on guns in stadium

The Atlanta Braves will no longer allow some off-duty police officers to carry guns at Turner Field, which has prompted objections. More>>

Aiken County

1 killed in train accident in Warrenville

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Around 4:20 am, the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office was called by Norfolk Southern Dispatch stating their north bound train hitting a person walking on the tracks near Bath Lake Road and Carter Street.


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North Augusta

The first round of The National Collegiate Disc Golf Championships officially kicked off Video included

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The Masters has come and gone, but that doesn't mean the CSRA is done with major golf tournaments. The 8th annual National Collegiate Disc Golf Championships kicked off in North Augusta. "Go Tigers”,"Go Pacers", "Go Dawgs, woot woot", and "Go Jags", players cheered on their team.
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Decision 2014

Senator Graham’s Republican Challengers Debate in Aiken, Discuss MOX

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Republican challengers in South Carolina taking on Senator Lindsey Graham took the stage in a debate held by the Aiken Republican Club. Senator Lindsey Graham did not attend the debate, but five of his opponents came ready to explain why they should replace him in the U.S. Senate.
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Richmond County

Wednesday's temperatures well below average

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A strong cold front that passed through Tuesday brought much cooler temperatures to the Central Savannah River Area on Wednesday. More>>

Atlanta lands Major League Soccer expansion franchise for 2017

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PAUL NEWBERRYAP Sports Writer ATLANTA (AP) - Atlanta has become the newest city in Major League Soccer with an expansion franchise that will begin play in 2017. The team announced Wednesday will be owned by Arthur Blank, who also owns the NFL's Atlanta Falcons. The MLS team will play in a new $1 billion retractable roof stadium to be built next to the Georgia Dome. While primarily designed for the Falcons, Blank was eager to line up an additional revenue source for the new facility. MLS, whic... More>>

South Carolina

South Carolina bill banning abortions after 19 weeks stalls

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A bill banning abortion in South Carolina beyond 19 weeks of pregnancy has stalled in the state Senate, with lawmakers raising concerns that the bill also bans contraception. More>>

Columbia County

Storm debris is a good place for insects to hide Video included

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The aftermath from February’s ice storm can still be seen all over the CSRA. But one side effect from all that freezing weather is something you might not expect: an increase in insect population.Some people may be surprised to hear that storm debris is a perfect habitat for insects to thrive, especially ants. More>>

US & World

On anniversary of Boston bombing, man arrested for 'hoax device'

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The mother of a man arrested near the Boston Marathon finish line carrying a backpack containing a rice cooker on the anniversary of the bombings says her son has a mental disorder. Joie Edson tells The Associated Press that her son Kevin "Kayvon" Edson has bipolar disorder. The 25-year-old was arrested Tuesday. He is scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday in Boston Municipal Court. The Suffolk district attorney's office confirmed his name. He faces a charge of possession of a hoax device, bu... More>>

North Augusta

The National Disc Golf Championship kicks off in North Augusta Video included

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The Masters has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean the CSRA is done with golf altogether. A different type of golf kicks off this week. The 8th annual National Collegiate Disc Golf Championships at the Hippodrome Disc Golf Complex in North Augusta. Disc Golf is essentially the same as the traditional game of golf. The difference is that you don’t use a ball and club. Instead, players use a flying disc or a frisbee.
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Georgia

Ex-Georgia radiology tech filed false mammogram results

An ex-radiology technician accused of filing inaccurate mammogram results at a middle Georgia hospital has pleaded guilty to 10 counts of reckless conduct and a count of computer forgery. More>>

South Carolina

No discussion on South Carolina anti-domestic violence bills

A committee slated to discuss legislation targeting domestic violence in South Carolina has recessed because a Senate session was running late. More>>

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National Public Safety Telecommunications Week

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They're the calming voice during the most stressful times in your life. "No matter what the call might be. It might be just a regular call, it might be an accident with injuries, it might even be just a nuisance complaint" said 911 dispatcher Ivey Barnett.
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Richmond County

Which road projects could the next SPLOST cover?

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Approving the SPLOST would mean major new road projects across Augusta, but Tuesday Commissioners failed to agree on where the Engineering Department should spend its $50 million portion of that potential sales tax money.
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Aiken County

Aiken Tech is gearing up for a free Career Fair this week

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Wednesday's career fair kicks off at 11:30 am at Aiken Tech's student activities center gym located in the 900 building. 50 employers from across the CSRA will be on hand.
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Aiken County

The South Carolina Bar association is offering legal help for free

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Today is National Healthcare Decisions Day and in honor of that, the South Carolina Bar association is offering a free legal clinic. They'll be going over end of life issues like living wills, health care powers of attorney and funeral planning.
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Burke County

Traffic Alert: Accident involving 18 wheeler causing delays in Burke County

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Deputies in Burke County are on the scene of an accident involving an 18-wheeler.It happened shortly before 8am on Highway 23 near Spring Branch Church Road.The tractor trailer is blocking traffic in both directions.We have a crew on the scene and will bring more information as it becomes available.


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Georgia

Georgia officials scheduled to set tuition rates

Georgia college students will learn Tuesday how much they will owe in tuition and fees at state schools next year. More>>

Georgia

GRU excited about medical marijuana clinical trials Video included

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Georgia families are feeling hope in their quest to treat their children with medical marijuana. It’s a feeling stemming from the governor’s proposal for a clinical trial Georgia Regents University.
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South Carolina

DHEC wants public's help tracking West Nile in SC

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Public health officials are seeing the public's help in tracking the arrival of the West Nile virus in South Carolina. More>>

Crime Alert

Deadly shooting in Waynesboro, GBI on scene

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One person is dead after an early morningshooting in Waynesboro Monday.Investigatorson the scene tell NBC 26the call came in shortly after 1 a.m.The GBI is assisting with the investigation. Right now the cause of the incidentremains unknown.We will have more details for you as they come into our newsroom. More>>

Burke County

Burke County Sheriff's Office looking for missing teen

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The Burke County Sheriff’s Office needs your help in locating 14 year-old Alivea “Nickey” Schramm.
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The Masters

Bubba Watson wins Masters Tournament

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Bubba Watson is now a two-time winner of the Masters Tournament. More>>

Crime Alert

Investigators searching for driver of deadly hit and run

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Investigators in Richmond County need your help finding the vehicle that hit two pedestrians, killing 14 year old Zykeith Harris and injuring another.
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Crime Alert

Three people in custody after apparent meth lab bust

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Three people have been taken into custody after a meth lab bust in Augusta, Saturday. More>>

Richmond County

Animal Adoptions at the Commons

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A group of animal lovers and some four-legged friends gathered at the Augusta Common Saturday, in hopes people would stop by to adopt animals that need a loving home. More>>

Masters

Masters: a treat for the generations

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The Masters truly is a family affair. It's not uncommon to see parents with their young kids for the first time on the course, or those who aren't children, but who are seeing Augusta National through child-like eyes. More>>

The Masters

Excitement at the 18th hole: Patrons watch their favorites finish the day Video included

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There are so many exciting places to be at the Augusta National Golf Club. One hole that’s always packed is number 18.
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  • Crime Alert

    Richmond County shooting sends 1 to the hospital

    Richmond County shooting sends 1 to the hospital

    Wednesday, April 23 2014 8:17 AM EDT2014-04-23 12:17:27 GMT

    Richmond County investigators have just cleared the scene of an early morning shooting.

    It happened around 5:30am on the 3800 block of Belair Road.



    Richmond County investigators have just cleared the scene of an early morning shooting.

    It happened around 5:30am on the 3800 block of Belair Road.




  • Crime Alert

    Deadly shooting in Waynesboro, GBI on scene

    Deadly shooting in Waynesboro, GBI on scene

    Monday, April 14 2014 7:19 AM EDT2014-04-14 11:19:09 GMT
    One person is dead after an early morningshooting in Waynesboro Monday.Investigatorson the scene tell NBC 26the call came in shortly after 1 a.m.The GBI is assisting with the investigation. Right now the cause of the incidentremains unknown.We will have more details for you as they come into our newsroom.
    One person is dead after an early morningshooting in Waynesboro Monday.Investigatorson the scene tell NBC 26the call came in shortly after 1 a.m.The GBI is assisting with the investigation. Right now the cause of the incidentremains unknown.We will have more details for you as they come into our newsroom.
  • Crime Alert

    Investigators searching for driver of deadly hit and run

    Investigators searching for driver of deadly hit and run

    Sunday, April 13 2014 3:29 PM EDT2014-04-13 19:29:29 GMT
    Investigators in Richmond County need your help finding the vehicle that hit two pedestrians, killing 14 year old Zykeith Harris and injuring another.
    Investigators in Richmond County need your help finding the vehicle that hit two pedestrians, killing 14 year old Zykeith Harris and injuring another.
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  • Aiken County

    Savannah River National Lab celebrates 10 years, plans for new missions

    Savannah River National Lab celebrates 10 years, plans for new missions

    Wednesday, April 23 2014 6:46 PM EDT2014-04-23 22:46:59 GMT
    It’s an exciting day for the Savannah River Site as its national laboratory celebrates its 10 year anniversary. The lab does research that can be used in different products around the world.
    It’s an exciting day for the Savannah River Site as its national laboratory celebrates its 10 year anniversary. The lab does research that can be used in different products around the world.
  • Richmond County

    Blocker-Adams: Lawsuit challenging election date doesn’t give black people enough credit

    Blocker-Adams: Lawsuit challenging election date doesn’t give black people enough credit

    Tuesday, April 22 2014 6:44 PM EDT2014-04-22 22:44:20 GMT
    A group of local state representatives is suing Richmond County for moving local, non partisan elections like Mayor from November to May’s Primary Election. The lawsuit was filed Friday by the ACLU and it alleges that moving local nonpartisan elections violates the Voting Rights Act and lowers minority turnout to the polls.
    A group of local state representatives is suing Richmond County for moving local, non partisan elections like Mayor from November to May’s Primary Election. The lawsuit was filed Friday by the ACLU and it alleges that moving local nonpartisan elections violates the Voting Rights Act and lowers minority turnout to the polls.
  • Political

    Fact Check: RGA ad slams Sheheen’s legal work

    Fact Check: RGA ad slams Sheheen’s legal work

    Monday, April 21 2014 6:44 PM EDT2014-04-21 22:44:47 GMT
    The national Republican Governors Association is going after South Carolina Democratic candidate Vincent Sheheen with a new TV ad that criticizes his work as a lawyer.
    The national Republican Governors Association is going after South Carolina Democratic candidate Vincent Sheheen with a new TV ad that criticizes his work as a lawyer.
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  • Health Check

    Tuberculosis screenings at Hephzibah High School

    Tuberculosis screenings at Hephzibah High School

    Monday, April 21 2014 6:23 PM EDT2014-04-21 22:23:33 GMT
    Hephzibah High SchoolHephzibah High School
    Tuberculosis screenings have started for Hephzibah High students and staff. It was revealed last week that a student at Hephzibah High School tested positive for Tuberculosis.
    Tuberculosis screenings have started for Hephzibah High students and staff. It was revealed last week that a student at Hephzibah High School tested positive for Tuberculosis.
  • Georgia

    GRU excited about medical marijuana clinical trials

    GRU excited about medical marijuana clinical trials

    Monday, April 14 2014 6:34 PM EDT2014-04-14 22:34:41 GMT
    Georgia families are feeling hope in their quest to treat their children with medical marijuana. It’s a feeling stemming from the governor’s proposal for a clinical trial Georgia Regents University.
    Georgia families are feeling hope in their quest to treat their children with medical marijuana. It’s a feeling stemming from the governor’s proposal for a clinical trial Georgia Regents University.
  • South Carolina

    DHEC wants public's help tracking West Nile in SC

    DHEC wants public's help tracking West Nile in SC

    Monday, April 14 2014 3:53 PM EDT2014-04-14 19:53:15 GMT
    Public health officials are seeing the public's help in tracking the arrival of the West Nile virus in South Carolina.
    Public health officials are seeing the public's help in tracking the arrival of the West Nile virus in South Carolina.
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  • Georgia

    Georgia officials scheduled to set tuition rates

    Georgia officials scheduled to set tuition rates

    Georgia college students will learn Tuesday how much they will owe in tuition and fees at state schools next year.
    Georgia college students will learn Tuesday how much they will owe in tuition and fees at state schools next year.
  • Georgia

    GRU excited about medical marijuana clinical trials

    GRU excited about medical marijuana clinical trials

    Monday, April 14 2014 6:34 PM EDT2014-04-14 22:34:41 GMT
    Georgia families are feeling hope in their quest to treat their children with medical marijuana. It’s a feeling stemming from the governor’s proposal for a clinical trial Georgia Regents University.
    Georgia families are feeling hope in their quest to treat their children with medical marijuana. It’s a feeling stemming from the governor’s proposal for a clinical trial Georgia Regents University.
  • 26 Women to Watch

    26 Women to Watch: Dr. Sandra Jordan

    26 Women to Watch: Dr. Sandra Jordan

    Monday, March 31 2014 11:19 AM EDT2014-03-31 15:19:47 GMT
    It's not every day you see a University Chancellor playing ping pong with students, but Dr. Sandra Jordan isn't your typical University President.  She's the first women to ever head USC Aiken and says
    It's not every day you see a University Chancellor playing ping pong with students, but Dr. Sandra Jordan isn't your typical University President.
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  • Aiken County

    Savannah River National Lab celebrates 10 years, plans for new missions

    Savannah River National Lab celebrates 10 years, plans for new missions

    Wednesday, April 23 2014 6:46 PM EDT2014-04-23 22:46:59 GMT
    It’s an exciting day for the Savannah River Site as its national laboratory celebrates its 10 year anniversary. The lab does research that can be used in different products around the world.
    It’s an exciting day for the Savannah River Site as its national laboratory celebrates its 10 year anniversary. The lab does research that can be used in different products around the world.
  • Aiken County

    New Mill on Park open to media for a sneak peek

    New Mill on Park open to media for a sneak peek

    Wednesday, April 23 2014 12:17 PM EDT2014-04-23 16:17:36 GMT
    The Mill on Park, a downtown Aiken office community will open its doors to the media for a sneak peek, Wednesday. The Mill is a new office space ready for local businesses to move in, conveniently located on Park Avenue and Laurens Street, in the heart of downtown Aiken.The space is expected to attract entrepreneurs looking to grow their businesses.
    The Mill on Park, a downtown Aiken office community will open its doors to the media for a sneak peek, Wednesday. The Mill is a new office space ready for local businesses to move in, conveniently located on Park Avenue and Laurens Street, in the heart of downtown Aiken.The space is expected to attract entrepreneurs looking to grow their businesses.
  • Aiken County

    Aiken County starts phase 2 of new government center move

    Aiken County starts phase 2 of new government center move

    Tuesday, April 22 2014 11:03 AM EDT2014-04-22 15:03:21 GMT
    Aiken County officials are gearing up for phase two of their move to a new government center. Tuesday, employees will continue to unpack boxes as they continue their move. Located at 1930 University Parkway, departments such as Planning and Development, Assessor, and Tax Collector, are scheduled to be moved in over the weekend.
    Aiken County officials are gearing up for phase two of their move to a new government center. Tuesday, employees will continue to unpack boxes as they continue their move. Located at 1930 University Parkway, departments such as Planning and Development, Assessor, and Tax Collector, are scheduled to be moved in over the weekend.
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  • GreenJackets top Suns, 4-2

    GreenJackets top Suns, 4-2

    Monday, April 21 2014 11:11 PM EDT2014-04-22 03:11:02 GMT
    The Augusta GreenJackets (11-7) beat the Hagerstown Suns (12-5) in the first game of the series, Monday night, 4-2 at Lake Olmstead Stadium. The win marked the third consecutive game where the GreenJackets recorded double digits hits. The team recorded 11 hits for the night. Nine of the those hits came off of Suns starting pitcher Nick Pivetta. In his fourth outing of the season, Pivetta gave up nine hits, and four runs in four and one-thirds innings. The GreenJackets scored first in the bot...
    The Augusta GreenJackets (11-7) beat the Hagerstown Suns (12-5) in the first game of the series, Monday night, 4-2 at Lake Olmstead Stadium. The win marked the third consecutive game where the GreenJackets recorded double digits hits. The team recorded 11 hits for the night. Nine of the those hits came off of Suns starting pitcher Nick Pivetta. In his fourth outing of the season, Pivetta gave up nine hits, and four runs in four and one-thirds innings. The GreenJackets scored first in the bot...
  • Clemson freshman Ashlan Ramsey to turn pro

    Clemson freshman Ashlan Ramsey to turn pro

    Tuesday, April 15 2014 10:58 PM EDT2014-04-16 02:58:51 GMT
    (AP) - Clemson freshman golfer Ashlan Ramsey is turning pro after the school year. Coach J.T. Horton announced Ramsey's plans Tuesday. Ramsey is No. 7 in the World Amateur Golf Ranking for women. She leads Clemson in stroke average with 72.15 through nine events. The Tigers will play in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament starting Thursday. Ramsey has six top-10 finishes for Clemson this season. She was the medalist at two tournaments and runner-up at two other events. Ramsey says playin...
    (AP) - Clemson freshman golfer Ashlan Ramsey is turning pro after the school year. Coach J.T. Horton announced Ramsey's plans Tuesday. Ramsey is No. 7 in the World Amateur Golf Ranking for women. She leads Clemson in stroke average with 72.15 through nine events. The Tigers will play in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament starting Thursday. Ramsey has six top-10 finishes for Clemson this season. She was the medalist at two tournaments and runner-up at two other events. Ramsey says playin...
  • GreenJackets game suspended due to inclement weather

    GreenJackets game suspended due to inclement weather

    Tuesday, April 15 2014 4:46 PM EDT2014-04-15 20:46:03 GMT
    The Augusta GreenJackets (7-4) started their second home stand against the Savannah Sand Gnats (7-3) only to have the second half of the game suspended due to heavy rain on Monday night. Left handed pitcher Christian Jones has a no hitter through five innings. Jones (0-1) has seven strikeouts and only walked one man. In the bottom of the fifth inning, Leonardo Rojas has a double through the hole at second. With one out and Rojas on second, the game is suspended. The rest of tonight’s game...
    The Augusta GreenJackets (7-4) started their second home stand against the Savannah Sand Gnats (7-3) only to have the second half of the game suspended due to heavy rain on Monday night. Left handed pitcher Christian Jones has a no hitter through five innings. Jones (0-1) has seven strikeouts and only walked one man. In the bottom of the fifth inning, Leonardo Rojas has a double through the hole at second. With one out and Rojas on second, the game is suspended. The rest of tonight’s game...
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  • Crime Alert

    Richmond County shooting sends 1 to the hospital

    Richmond County shooting sends 1 to the hospital

    Wednesday, April 23 2014 8:17 AM EDT2014-04-23 12:17:27 GMT

    Richmond County investigators have just cleared the scene of an early morning shooting.

    It happened around 5:30am on the 3800 block of Belair Road.



    Richmond County investigators have just cleared the scene of an early morning shooting.

    It happened around 5:30am on the 3800 block of Belair Road.




  • Citrus man accused of killing son facing new charges, 2 others arrested

    Citrus man accused of killing son facing new charges, 2 others arrested

    Tuesday, April 22 2014 4:26 PM EDT2014-04-22 20:26:44 GMT
    Additional charges have been filed against a Citrus man who allegedly killed his 1-year-old son last week and continued to play video games, the Sheriff's Office says. Two others have also been arrested Tuesday in connection to the case.
    Additional charges have been filed against a Citrus man who allegedly killed his 1-year-old son last week and continued to play video games, the Sheriff's Office says. Two others have also been arrested Tuesday in connection to the case.
  • Richmond County

    New Museum in the works for Hickman Park?

    New Museum in the works for Hickman Park?

    Tuesday, April 22 2014 6:21 PM EDT2014-04-22 22:21:35 GMT
    Hickman Park could become more than just a playground for children in the Summerville area.Hickman Park has been a stomping ground for children for generations. Many parents bring their children to the park because of the different amenities the park has to offer.
    Hickman Park could become more than just a playground for children in the Summerville area.Hickman Park has been a stomping ground for children for generations. Many parents bring their children to the park because of the different amenities the park has to offer.
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