While every vote counts in an election, some residents NBC 26 spoke with say they didn’t get a fair shot to make their vote count.Nathan Williams and his wife Sandra say the confusion started back in May when they voted in the primary elections in district six. Now just a few months later they claim they were moved to district five without being notified. More>>
Goodwill Industries has recently become aware of a potential security breach affecting customers who used debit or credit cards to make purchases at its stores across the country. More>>
The Augusta commission has suspended its search for a new city administrator. It is unclear if or when the city will continue the selection process. More>>
Police say a University of Georgia football player is facing a charge of aggravated assault, a felony. University of Georgia Police Chief Jimmy Williamson said defensive lineman Jonathan Taylor was arrested early Tuesday after an altercation with his girlfriend at McWhorter Hall on the campus. More>>
An employee of A Child’s World daycare in Evans has been fired and arrested amid allegations of abuse of a child at the daycare. More>>
Minister and talk radio host Jody Hice has won the nomination of Republicans trying to choose a successor to GOP Rep. Paul Broun of Athens. Hice of Monroe defeated Mike Collins of Jackson in a primary runoff election Tuesday in east Georgia's 10th Congressional District. Broun vacated the seat to run unsuccessfully for the Senate. Hice is a longtime advocate for political activism from the pulpit. He campaigned as an ideological successor to Broun, a congressman known for his fundamentalist C... More>>
Businessman David Perdue has defeated longtime Rep. Jack Kingston in a Republican runoff for Georgia's U.S. Senate nomination, setting up a general election match up against Democrat Michelle Nunn. On Tuesday night, unofficial returns showed Perdue with a lead of more than 6,000 votes, with about 93 percent of precincts reporting. Perdue is a former corporate CEO making his first bid for public office. He campaigned as an outsider and called Kingston a career politician who has done little t... More>>
While the Richmond County Board of Elections Office says they expect a 12% voter turnout, but the polls painted a very different picture at the Primary election run-offs Tuesday.However, the low turnout didn't seem to slow down the two candidates vying for commission seat district 6 on Election Day. Both candidates say they are invested in the city and say they want to make changes.Ben Hasan wants to see collaboration and improvements in education, while Bob Finnegan wants to prepare the city... More>>
Augusta city leaders will meet Wednesday afternoon for a special called meeting. The mayor is expected to give his recommendation for the city's next administrator. In an exclusive interview with NBC 26's Janny Rodriguez, Mayor Deke Copenhaver reveals who he thinks will be the best fit for the job.
Augusta city leaders will meet Wednesday afternoon for a special called meeting. The mayor is expected to give his recommendation for the city's next administrator. In an exclusive interview with NBC 26's Janny Rodriguez, Mayor Deke Copenhaver reveals who he thinks will be the best fit for the job.More>>
Augusta's commission is officially set come January. Ben Hasan filled the last seat in Tuesday's runoff election for District 6. He'll replace Corey Johnson, who lost Tuesday to Harold Jones in the race for state senator, District 22. More>>
Businessman David Perdue has defeated longtime Rep. Jack Kingston in the Republican runoff for Georgia's U.S. Senate nomination, setting up a nationally significant general election matchup against Democrat Michelle Nunn. Tuesday night's primary runoff win validates the former corporate CEO's campaign as an outsider.
It was only two years ago when Augusta State and Georgia Health Sciences University merged to become GRU. Many skeptics weren't thrilled with the idea. Now that the new name and change has had time to set in, faculty are seeing more possibilities for learning than ever before.
Augusta's Planning and Development Department is holding several public meetings this week to get input on proposed changes to the city's codes. More>>
Augusta city leaders will meet Wednesday for a specially called meeting. The mayor is expected to give his recommendation for the city's next administrator.
South Carolina ranks 45th in the nation in the latest “Kids Count” survey of children’s well-being. The state has improved in some areas, but not enough to move up.
Columbia County officials are asking residents for their input on millions of dollars in special projects. The Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) projects list has several big items on it that would be funded by a one-penny sales tax from 2017 through 2022.
from episode "The Perfect Picnic", aired 05/31/2014