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Georgia Senate runoff results

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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>>

Richmond County

NBC 26 Exclusive: Mayor Deke Copenhaver reveals his city administrator recommendation Video included

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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.

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Richmond County

Hasan claims Augusta Commission District 6, Jones to Atlanta for District 22

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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>>

Decision 2014

David Perdue defeats Jack Kingston in runoff, will face Michelle Nunn for U.S. Senate

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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.
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Georgia's 10th Congressional District runoff winner

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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>>

College Sports

Former Jenkins County football player facing assault charge

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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>>

Education Watch

Georgia Regents University College of Education technology advancing faster than before Video included

iMac computers line one lab room in GRU's College of Education. iMac computers line one lab room in GRU's College of Education.
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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.
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Political

Augusta to hold public input meetings for city code changes

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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>>

Political

Augusta mayor expected to give recommendation for new administrator at special meeting

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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.
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South Carolina

South Carolina 45th nationwide in children’s well-being

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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.
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Political

Columbia County wants public input on SPLOST projects

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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.
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Crime Alert

Albany woman arrested in Augusta, accused of taping 2-year-old son's mouth shut

Stephanie Harris, arrested Stephanie Harris, arrested
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An Albany woman was arrested in Augusta Sunday evening on charges relating to the deprivation of her son. More>>

Crime Alert

Man recovering after shooting on Central Avenue

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One man is recovering after being shot along Central Avenue. The shooting happened at around 6:30 Monday evening.
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Crime Alert

UPDATE: Beech Island shooting suspect arrested

Alex James Pitts, 21 years old Alex James Pitts, 21 years old
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UPDATE: On Monday, Alex James Pitts was taken into custody at his home in Warrenville by Aiken County Sheriff’s Office deputies. More>>

South Carolina

First South Carolina bridge built using new money source opens

This bridge on Jumping Branch Road near Blacksburg is the first bridge completed under Act 98. This bridge on Jumping Branch Road near Blacksburg is the first bridge completed under Act 98.
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The first bridge in South Carolina built using a new source of money is open to traffic, after a ribbon-cutting ceremony Monday.
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StormTracker News

Warmer than average temperatures expected in CSRA for August, autumn Video included

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Meteorologist Rich Rogers has a look into the future to see what kind of weather we can expect next month and through the fall season. More>>

Decision 2014

Kingston and Perdue make pit stop in Augusta Video included

Kingston (left) takes photo with supporter, Perdue (right) arriving with wife, Bonnie. Kingston (left) takes photo with supporter, Perdue (right) arriving with wife, Bonnie.
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Georgia First District Congressman, Jack Kingston, and businessman, David Perdue - hitting the campaign trail to score an Election Day touchdown. Making stops in Augusta they covered topics like Cyber Command. More>>

Richmond County

Is the new Sheriff's zoning project working to bring crime down? Video included

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If you have noticed more Richmond County Deputies on the streets, don't be alarmed. It’s all part of the plan.Back in May the Sheriff’s Office implemented its new zoning plan, allowing more officers to hit the streets to fight crime.The Richmond County Sheriffs Office’s new zoning plan has been tried and tested and it looks like they are gaining some attention from residents too. More>>

Crime Alert

Prosecutors to seek death penalty against Wadley man accused of rape, murder

Anthony Mereal Lemon, charged Anthony Mereal Lemon, charged
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Prosecutors say they plan to seek the death penalty for a Wadley man charged with raping and killing a woman whose body was found near trash dumpsters in Jefferson County. More>>

Richmond County

Augusta Southern National kicks off Friday

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Friday kicked off the 28th Augusta Southern National Drag Boat Races. Some equipped with an entourage and buses and costing around $150,000. “The World’s Richest Drag Boat Race” is underway, once again.
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Education Watch

Georgia and South Carolina sales tax holidays dates

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There are just a few more weeks before area students head back to class, and both Georgia and South Carolina are offering parents a sales tax holiday for supplies. More>>

Aiken County

Lawsuit against Project Jackson in South Carolina court

The $144 million Project Jackson is set to break ground  in November. The $144 million Project Jackson is set to break ground in November.
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The fate of Project Jackson is in the hands of a South Carolina judge.The lawsuit against the $144 million proposal was in court Friday.
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South Carolina

South Carolina’s earthquake risk among highest on new map

The area in red indicate the highest earthquake risk. The area in red indicate the highest earthquake risk.
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A new map from the US Geological Survey showing the risk of earthquakes across the country puts South Carolina among the highest-risk areas. A large area around Charleston is one of the highest hazard areas in the nation, and most of the state is at elevated risk. More>>

Richmond County

Walton Foundation for Independence looking for summer volunteers

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The Walton Foundation for Independence says they are looking for some volunteers this summer. More>>

Richmond County

Rain delays races at the Augusta Southern Nationals

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?Boat races at the 28th annual Augusta Southern National’s were delayed because of the rain earlier this evening. Despite the rain, patrons made their way to the river to catch some of the action. More>>

Richmond County

NEW INFORMATION: Business commits to maintaining a detention pond in Augusta

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When NBC 26 first told you about the detention pond near Summerchase Apartments, residents were blaming Richmond County. The county, however, said it was up to the owners to maintain the pond. NBC 26 learned that the pond is actually supposed to be maintained by a third party, a company that's leasing the property where the pond is located.
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Augusta Outdoor Expo Features Fun Plus A Water Skiing Squirrel

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Saturdays event brings the best of boating, fishing, hunting and a variety of unique events. More>>

Georgia

UPDATE: Washington Mayor releases statement about Police Department closing

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Residents and city leaders are speaking out against plans to shut down Washington's police department. Washington’s mayor has suggested a plan to turn over the city's law enforcement duties to the Wilkes County Sheriff's Office.
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Restaurant Report Card

Restaurant Report Card 7-17-14

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It's a 65 for Kyoto Japanese Cuisine on South Belair Road in Martinez. More>>

Richmond County

Home Invasion ends with one man shot in the stomach

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The Richmond county sheriffs office is on the scene of a home invasion that ended with one man shot in the stomach. It happened shortly after 7:30 am the sheriffs office answered the call 3022 Lucas circle.
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StormTracker News

Typically Hottest Time of the Year Not So Hot

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We're entering the period of days that usually hold our hottest day of the year, but nature has other ideas. More>>

Richmond County

UPDATE: Arrest made in deadly accident on Peach Orchard Road

Branden David Ross, 43 years old Branden David Ross, 43 years old
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One person is dead after an accident on Peach Orchard Road and Faircrest Avenue Thursday night.
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Richmond County

Augusta Ice Sport Center has till Tuesday to find the funds Video included

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Fund raising efforts continue to help keep Augusta's only ice rink from closing. With less than a week left Augusta Ice Sports Center is getting closer towards reaching their goal. More>>

Aiken County

Aiken Tech breaks ground on future of nuclear training Video included

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To Susan Winsor president of Aiken Technical College this ground breaking isn't just about a new building; it's the start of economic development and job creation.
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US & World

Malaysian Airlines plane down over Ukraine

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Malaysia Airlines said late Thursday it lost contact with a plane over Ukrainian airspace. MH17 was heading from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur on Thursday. More>>

Decision 2014

Candidates vying for Georgia's highest seats of government make stops in the CSRA

US Senate Candidate David Perdue US Senate Candidate David Perdue
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Early voting for that primary runoff ends Friday, July 18. You can still cast your ballot from 8:30 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. at your local Board of Elections Office. You are only allowed to vote in the party race that you voted for during the May primary. You must have proper ID to cast a ballot.

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Richmond County

NEW INFORMATION: Business owner claims it made repairs to, will maintain detention pond Video included

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When NBC 26 first told you about the detention pond near Summerchase Apartments, residents were blaming Richmond County. The county, however, said it was up to the owners to maintain the pond. NBC 26 then learned that the owners were made aware of the issues.But Wednesday we learned the pond is actually supposed to be maintained by a company that's leasing the location. More>>

Richmond County

Richmond County deputies searching for suspects in "snatch and grab" robbery at Costco

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Richmond County deputies are searching for two suspects who drove to the Costco Wholesale store on Riverwatch Parkway around 7:40 p.m. and stole jewelry.
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Georgia

Passengers returning from stranded casino ship

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The first of two groups of passengers aboard a casino boat that became stranded off Georgia's coast have arrived back in port aboard a Coast Guard cutter. More>>

South Carolina

Did the South Carolina Ethics Commission break the law?

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The South Carolina Ethics Commission may have broken the law during a meeting about how it shares information with you. More>>

Columbia County

A local martial arts academy gives women tips to fight off an attacker

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Studies show every two minutes a women becomes a victim of sexual assault.That’s why Martial Arts Instructor Michael Yamarino, says teaching women how to defend themselves against a violent attacker is a top priority for him. “You have to be comfortable to use your hands and feet and body. You have to be able to use move body and defend yourself if the situation occurs,” he said. More>>

Richmond County

Grade changes at Laney High School on-the-level

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Did a school improperly change student's grades before the school year let out? Not at all, says Richmond County School Superintendent Frank Roberson.
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Crime Alert

UPDATE: North Augusta woman arrested after allegedly leaving daughter at local park while she went to work

Debra Lynn Harrell Debra Lynn Harrell
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North Augusta Public Safety is fielding multiple media calls about the recent arrest of a woman after she allegedly left her child at a park while at work.  They released the following statement. More>>

North Augusta

Nike Peach Jam will bring big economic impact to the CSRA

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Thousands of youth basketball all-stars will be in the CSRA this week showing off their skills to the nation’s elite college coaches. For the 18th year the Nike Peach Jam players will hit the floor running in North Augusta.
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Aiken County

Aiken leaders consider making improvements, adding green space to Northside Video included

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Aiken has made improvements to the city’s Southside in the past few years.  However for some, a big area of concern is Aiken’s Northside. More>>

Richmond County

The city of Augusta is moving forward with renovations at the Municipal Building Video included

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An attempt to end the contract between the city of Augusta and the company in charge of the Municipal building’s renovations, as failed. Commissioner Marion Williams is behind the push to terminate the contract because he says the building is not handicapped accessible.
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Crime Alert

UPDATE: Arrest made in shooting at Westwood Club apartment

The alleged shooter can be seen in this still wearing a hat. The alleged shooter can be seen in this still wearing a hat.
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At around midnight Sunday night, Columbia County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to a shooting on Thoroughbred Ln. in the Westwood Club apartment complex off of Washington Rd. More>>

Georgia

New trial ordered in Georgia attempted rape case

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The state Court of Appeals has ordered a new trial for an Augusta man who was sentenced to 95 years in prison on charges of attempted rape and more. More>>

Richmond County

Commissioners allow rescue group adoptions with conditions

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Rescue groups can now adopt dogs and cats too young to be sterilized from the Augusta Richmond County Animal Shelter. More>>

Made In Georgia Carolina

Lucky Lady Pecans Video included

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Is it Pecans or pecans ? "There is no proper pronunciation. when I'm speaking with customers in the northeast and Midwest I say Pecans and when I'm speaking to customers in the Southeast I say Pecan" explained Ruth Tracy. More>>

Columbia County

TRAFFIC ALERT: Columbia County to temporarily close road

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Old Trail Road at Maywood Drive will be closed to through traffic starting Thursday morning and lasting until the end of the month. It will be impassable until July 30th. More>>

South Carolina

South Carolina finally has inventory of state-owned buildings and land

Photo cutline: This auditorium in Columbia is no longer used by the Dept. of Mental Health. Photo cutline: This auditorium in Columbia is no longer used by the Dept. of Mental Health.
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The state of South Carolina finally knows how many buildings and how much land it owns, after years of no one having any idea.
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Crime Alert

Richmond County Sheriff's Office searching for sexual assault suspect

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The Richmond County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in identifying a man whom they say sexually assaulted a woman outside her home in Augusta. More>>

Local Scene

Beach Boys concert raises money for Augusta Red Cross

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It was a blast from the past at Sunday's Beach Boys concert. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band performed at the Bell Auditorium with special guest John Stamos. More>>

Aiken County

New sign campaign will aim to prevent car break-ins and forgotten children in Aiken

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The Aiken Department of Public Safety is hoping city leaders will approve their newest effort to combat crime. More>>

Political

Columbia County Board of Education to discuss millage rate

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Columbia County's Board of Education is expected to set their millage rate Tuesday morning. More>>

Political

Augusta commission will meet to discuss tasers, municipal building, more

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Augusta's commission is scheduled to meet Tuesday, and there is plenty to talk about on their agenda. One of those items is a proposal by Marion Williams to end the city's contract with Heery International, the company in charge of the Municipal Building renovation. More>>

Columbia County

Wildwood Games coming to Columbia County

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Columbia County is preparing for a new multi-sports festival, the Wildwood Games. The event is a combination of trail runs and mountain bike races.
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Columbia County

Man charged in Columbia County go-kart death expected in court

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The man charged with the death of a Columbia County teenager in October 2013 is expected to be in court later this week. Kenneth Gill will go before Judge Sheryl Jolley Friday. More>>

Richmond County

Hephzibah Police Department has new gear to fight crime Video included

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When it comes to keeping the bad guys off the streets in Hephzibah, Chief Dwayne Flowers says their department has all the right technology, especially since the department was given eight new body cameras. More>>

Fort Gordon Connection

Fort Gordon Connection: Highest ranked non-commissioned officer for the Signal Corps set to retire Video included

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He's the highest ranked non-commissioned officer for the Signal Corps. Overseeing more than 65-thousand soldiers, Fort Gordon's Command Sergeant Major Ronald Pflieger will be retiring at the end of this week. NBC 26 Today’s Barclay Bishop, sat down with him as he reflected on his career and what lies ahead - in the morning's Fort Gordon Connection.


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Richmond County

Hephzibah home destroyed by fire

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A mobile home in Hephzibah is a complete loss after a fire, Sunday night. More>>

Richmond County

Preparations underway for Augusta’s 28th Annual Southern Nationals

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The 28'th Annual Augusta Southern National is just one week away. Volunteers have started to clean up Augusta's Riverfront Marina. More>>

Breaking News

UPDATE: Body found at Lake Thurmond identified

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 The Lincoln County coroner has confirmed a drowning at Lake Thurmond.

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Richmond County

Where is Waldo, Augusta? Video included

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If you’re looking for a summer vacation activity to do with your family, while also supporting Augusta’s downtown, there’s a scavenger hunt you might be interested in. The famous children’s book character, Waldo, in “Where’s Waldo” books, is in Augusta. Waldo’s figurine is actually hiding at 24 local businesses downtown on Broad Street and you have to find him. More>>

Richmond County

One year later: Lessons learned from 2013 Savannah River flooding

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Last year's floods led to officials pulling the plug on the annual Augusta Southern Nationals, but the 2014 boat race will be back on the waters this year July 18th to the 20th.

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Richmond County

Ice skating community working to raise funds to help keep ice in Augusta

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Those who frequent the Augusta Ice Sport Center say they're heartbroken they may no longer have a place to practice. Now, the ice skating community is working to raise money to save whatever they can. More>>

South Carolina

Uber ride service begins in South Carolina

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The ride-sharing service Uber has started in four South Carolina cities. More>>

Richmond County

Possible changes are in the works for Augusta's Animal Services

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Augusta leaders trying to listen to animal lovers, while following state law. After receiving complaints from the public, the city is revisiting how it puts pets up for adoption. More>>

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    DEA investigates painkiller use in NFL

    DEA investigates painkiller use in NFL

    Tuesday, July 15 2014 11:35 PM EDT2014-07-16 03:35:47 GMT
    Federal drug enforcement agents are taking a closer look at the NFL after claims that players were prescribed powerful painkillers to keep them on the field.
    Federal drug enforcement agents are taking a closer look at the NFL after claims that players were prescribed powerful painkillers to keep them on the field.

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  • Georgia Senate runoff results

    Georgia Senate runoff results

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 10:08 AM EDT2014-07-23 14:08:06 GMT
    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...
    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...
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    Georgia Regents University College of Education technology advancing faster than before

    Georgia Regents University College of Education technology advancing faster than before

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 7:21 PM EDT2014-07-22 23:21:57 GMT
    iMac computers line one lab room in GRU's College of Education. iMac computers line one lab room in GRU's College of Education.
    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.
    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.
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    South Carolina 45th nationwide in children’s well-being

    South Carolina 45th nationwide in children’s well-being

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 6:30 PM EDT2014-07-22 22:30:46 GMT
    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.
    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.
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  • Augusta's Clayton Miller signs with San Francisco Giants

    Augusta's Clayton Miller signs with San Francisco Giants

    Wednesday, July 16 2014 10:41 PM EDT2014-07-17 02:41:43 GMT
    Armstrong State University catcherClayton Millerwill have an opportunity to further his baseball career as he has inked with the San Francisco Giants organization this week. The four-year standout will report to the Arizona League Giants this weekend. Miller hit .339 with five home runs and 44 RBI for the Pirates as a senior in 2014. He went through the MLB First-Year Player Draft undrafted, but received a phone call from the Giants organization this week about signing as a free agent. "When ...
    Armstrong State University catcherClayton Millerwill have an opportunity to further his baseball career as he has inked with the San Francisco Giants organization this week. The four-year standout will report to the Arizona League Giants this weekend. Miller hit .339 with five home runs and 44 RBI for the Pirates as a senior in 2014. He went through the MLB First-Year Player Draft undrafted, but received a phone call from the Giants organization this week about signing as a free agent. "When ...
  • North Augusta

    Nike Peach Jam will bring big economic impact to the CSRA

    Nike Peach Jam will bring big economic impact to the CSRA

    Wednesday, July 16 2014 12:24 PM EDT2014-07-16 16:24:25 GMT
    Thousands of youth basketball all-stars will be in the CSRA this week showing off their skills to the nation’s elite college coaches. For the 18th year the Nike Peach Jam players will hit the floor running in North Augusta.
    Thousands of youth basketball all-stars will be in the CSRA this week showing off their skills to the nation’s elite college coaches. For the 18th year the Nike Peach Jam players will hit the floor running in North Augusta.
  • GreenJackets get walk-off winner in 12th inning

    GreenJackets get walk-off winner in 12th inning

    Tuesday, July 15 2014 11:41 PM EDT2014-07-16 03:41:27 GMT
    After losing three straight on the road to the Greenville Drive, the Augusta GreenJackets (46-48) took home a win with a walk off in the twelfth inning, against the Kannapolis Intimidators (43-50), on Monday Night. Jeremy Sy scored the winning run on a fielder’s choice. The final score was 7-6. It took until mid way through the game for a team to score, but the Intimidators scored all six of their runs during the sixth inning. A single to right field by Adam Engel drove in the first two runs....
    After losing three straight on the road to the Greenville Drive, the Augusta GreenJackets (46-48) took home a win with a walk off in the twelfth inning, against the Kannapolis Intimidators (43-50), on Monday Night. Jeremy Sy scored the winning run on a fielder’s choice. The final score was 7-6. It took until mid way through the game for a team to score, but the Intimidators scored all six of their runs during the sixth inning. A single to right field by Adam Engel drove in the first two runs....
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    Duck has 4 legs and a Facebook account

    Duck has 4 legs and a Facebook account

    Wednesday, July 16 2014 6:15 PM EDT2014-07-16 22:15:40 GMT
    Hatching animals is nothing new to one local family, but they were surprised when one of their young ducklings was a little different.
    Hatching animals is nothing new to one local family, but they were surprised when one of their young ducklings was a little different.
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